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Mint, or Clover?,
This review is from: Linux Mint System AdministratorA¢a‚¬a„¢s Beginners Guide (Paperback)
Am I the first to notice an author has written a book about Mint but put a picture of Clover on the cover instead of Mint? In fact, it's obviously not the common white clover, very likely some type of Oxalis or Sorrel "clover lookalike". I use Mint Linux as my main desktop, but what confidence can I have in a book where the author didn't even do the basic research of looking up what a Mint leaf actually looks like?
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Initial post: Mar 25, 2014 3:00:14 PM PDT
lol nice point, rarely however to tech geeks have too much understanding of plants. Knowing the type i would say the dude wrote the book put all the info together outsourced the cover work to a buddy or a publisher, they showed it to him and he apathetically agreed.
In reply to an earlier post on Jun 25, 2014 9:24:55 AM PDT
Last edited by the author on Jun 25, 2014 9:25:16 AM PDT
Tony Esposito says:
The pictures used by the publisher Packt do not necessarily relate to the book's content. In fact, you can send in pictures for Packt to use on future books.
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