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Introducing Fedora: Desktop Linux Paperback – June 17, 2010

ISBN-13: 978-1435457782 ISBN-10: 1435457781 Edition: 1st

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1. What Is Fedora? 2. Before You Install Fedora. 3. Installing Fedora. 4. Desktop Basics. 5. Getting Online. 6. Installing and Updating Software. 7. Making Things Work. 8. Taking the Grand Tour. 9. Basic File Management. 10. Surfing the Web. 11. Mail Call. 12. Messaging Tools. 13. Multimedia Tools. 14. Working with Windows. 15. Documenting with Writer. 16. Analyzing with Calc. 17. Presenting with Impress. 18. Organizing with Base.

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