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by Graham Williams
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GNU/Linux Desktop Survival Guide

20200217 This book is copyright by the author (Graham.Williams@togaware.com). It is made available in the hope that it serves as a useful resource for users of Free and Open Source Software, and in particular the Debian and Ubuntu offerings of GNU/Linux and their varied and many derivatives.

The procedures and applications presented in this book have been included for their instructional value. They have been tested at various times over the years but are not guaranteed for any particular purpose. We also note that functionality of different applications can change over time and whilst we make an effort to update the material the sheer volume presents a challenge. The publisher, togaware.com, does not offer any warranties or representations, nor does it accept any liabilities with respect to the programs and applications.

This book is a continual work in progress and it takes a massive effort to keep it updated. All readers are invited to send corrections, comments, suggestions, updates, and criticisms to me at Graham.Williams@togaware.com. Your feedback is most welcome and will be acknowledged within the book.

A PDF version of this book is available for a small fee which goes towards supporting the development and availability of the book. Please visit https://togaware.com/gnulinux for details of making a financial contribution and to receive the PDF version in return. The HTML version contains the same text and is freely available from https://linux.togaware.com/survivor/.

Printed January 15, 2021


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