Author: Paul Surman Date: To: oxlug Subject: Re: [OxLUG] printers and scanners, and book
Glad to hear I am not the only newbie. I started with needing to replace
XP on my little netbook, and so enjoyed using Lubuntu that when
purchasing a new laptop as a desktop replacement I had Linux Mint
installed on it.
Thanks for the tip about 'The Linux Command Line', will have a look at
it, I visit Blackwell's every week so I will keep an eye out for it.
On 06/02/15 21:49, Ginny Ross wrote: > Dear All,
> Before Paul Surman asked about printers, I'd got to the point with my
> scanner not connecting (as in another thread) of thinking maybe I'd
> abandon it to the Windows computer and start from scratch to find
> something Linux friendly.
> So all the excellent advice to Paul is going to get at least one more
> And thanks for all the help I've had with the scanner. It's been a
> good learning process, even if the problem isn't resolved yet.
> Paul, you haven't asked, but you said you're a newbie, as am I.. I
> went to Blackwells and found 'The Linux Command Line' by William E
> Shotts, Jr. I've found it a really good book for learning about Linux
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