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Jay LaCroix is a Linux Administrator with over 12 years of experience and nine certifications. He is a technologist who enjoys all things tech, including (but not limited to) hardware, software, servers, networking, and development. When Jay is not buried in a plethora of computer books, he enjoys photography, music, gaming, and writing. Jay is passionate about open source software, especially Linux, and its longterm adoption. Jay is also the proud author of the selfpublished Scifinovel, Escape to Planet 55.
Very well written. covers a lot. I am still going thru it trying to learn Linux.Published 2 months ago by ted schrodr
Half way through the book currently. Somewhat poorly written. Unclear.
Often poor or incorrect phrasing/word choice. Very wordy. Read more
At least he knows what a mint plant looks like, unlike the other author who put oxalis or sorrel on the cover of his book, lol. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Joe Zyzyx
Linux Mint Essentials is a well written book, covering all the essential, relevant parts of the operating system.Published 14 months ago by Alan A.
Its a very in-depth book with quite a bit of information, and the author put a a lot of effort into writing it, but I found a large portion of the content about Linux Mint was not... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Corbin