[kde-linux] recommended books?

david gnome at hawaii.rr.com
Thu May 15 11:40:49 UTC 2008

sf2rio wrote:

> Can anyone recommend a good book for background
> understanding of KDE?

Sorry, cannot. Haven't referred to a book about KDE ever, and only once 
referred to a book about Linux (the user manual of the first Linux 
distribution I used).

> I've looked at Amazon.com and
> have seen "KDE for Linux for Dummies"

The Dummy series have always been good.

> and also something called "KDE Bible."

Might be overkill.

> I'm a newbie to Linux and KDE and I'm a pretty basic
> home user; email, internet research, basic word
> processing.
> I've had my new system for a couple of months and I
> understand how to operate everything that was
> pre-installed on the notebook when I bought it.
> My problem is that I don't know how to add/change
> things. I have KDE 3.5 and I don't know if I should go
> to KDE 4.0.

Don't. KDE4 isn't fully-functional yet compared to KDE3.

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