Ubuntu 10.04 Manual Released
By on April 29th, 2010

We have talked of the Ubuntu Manual earlier. Finally, the Ubuntu release team has announced the Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx manual.

This manual goes by the title of “Getting Started with Ubuntu 10.04″. This manual is targeted at all Ubuntu users but can be of special interest to Ubuntu beginners. It will help them save those extra clicks and get things done easier and faster.

It is more like a walk-through where you are taken through a series of steps. There are no scary technical details in this manual. The manual is divided into chapters and it proceeds from a  beginner  to go up to an advanced level. It includes common troubleshooting problems and is available in over 50 languages.

Sized at only around 4 MB, the manual can be easily downloaded from the Ubuntu manual website.

Ubuntu is the most popular Linux distro and is the easiest to use. It is focused more on users than developers and the manual goes a further step in extending user support. With the manual release coming just hours before the release of Ubuntu 10.04, I would say Ubuntu is on a perfect roadmap.
(Via: OMG!UBUNTU)

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  • James

    Does anyone else than LuLu sell "Getting Started with Ubuntu 10.04"? I was ready to buy but they require membership and they are one of the "distant" businesses that have no usable lines of communications and some related links are dead. I do not want to do business with them and can not find another seller.

    Thanks,

    James

 
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