Linux in a Box for Dummies (Set Includes 3 CD-ROM Disks)
There is no better Linux deal currently available on the market. With this three-CD bundle you get a top Linux distribution, a leading Linux office suite, and two great For Dummies e-books—plus a bonus installation book—all for one terrific price. The fast and easy way to install Linux and put it to work—immediately—Linux in a Box For Dummies gives you:
- Caldera OpenLinux 2.3
Features preconfigured installation options for home and business
- Includes state-of-the-art LIZARD point-and-click installer
“I have not seen a distribution easier to install, configure, and use.”
“Full of goodies...the easiest most idiot-proof.”
- StarOffice 5.1
The premier full-featured productivity suite for Linux
- Features modules for word processing, spreadsheets, drawing, image editing, presentations, scheduling, databases, Internet browsing, and e-mail
- Easy compatibility with Microsoft Office and other productivity applications
- Winner, LinuxWorld Editor’s Choice Award for Productivity Application/Suite software
Caldera OpenLinux for Dummies E-Book
Jon “maddog” Hall and Nicholas Wells
- Based on the bestselling Second Edition of Linux For Dummies
- Hall is Executive Director of Linux International
- Wells is the former director of Technical Marketing at Caldera Systems, Inc.
StarOffice For Linux For DummiesE-Book
- The fun, easy way to get up to speed on the many StarOffice tools
- Covers version 5.1
- Expert advice on how to easily transfer StarOffice data back and forth from a Windows environment
Bonus Installation Book
- A 128-page guide that walks you step-by-step through the process
- Covers the installation of both OpenLinux and StarOffice
Providing everything you need to get up and running with Linux, right away, Linux in a Box For Dummies is your ticket to the brave new world of open source computing.
While working for Digital Equipment Corporation in May of 1994, maddog met Linus Torvalds and was intelligent enough (his critics say maddog was just lucky) to recognize the potential of the Linux Operating System. Linux changed his life, mostly by providing him with 22-hour workdays. Since maddog has started working with Linux, however, he has also started meeting more girls (in particular his two godchildren). You can usually find Jon speaking at various Linux conferences and events (maddog just barks), and he has also been known to travel long distances to speak to local Linux user groups."
Nicholas D. Wells manages the documentation, training, and Web site for Caldera. Nick has contributed to NetWare titles for Sybex and the Network Professionals Association newsletter and has written extensively on NetWare security. Before joining Caldera, Nick was a technical writer and editor at Novell and was part of the Corsair team, which began to create a new Linux-based desktop operating system. Before joining Novell as a writer, Nick developed educational software and small business applications for ten years.
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