Roy Schestowitz wrote:
> __/ [ M ] on Monday 22 May 2006 17:40 \__
>> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>>> Ubuntu Dapper Drake 6.06 Guide
>>> This seems like a good and comprehensive guide to point people to. Have
>>> a look. There is also a Ubuntu book, but it is not free and it lacks
>>> some of the advantages of electronic form. The downside of this guide is
>>> that it seems more command-line based, rather than oriented around the
>>> GUI. It gives the reader in-depth knowledge of Linux.
>> Lots of useful stuff, and command-line based is OK :-)
>> Thanks Roy.
> You're welcome. I'm always happy to hear something other than silence
> (orphaned parent node). By the way, is that Google Pages Ubuntu reference
> (.sig) created and maintained by yourself? I have never explored Google
> Pages in depth. I heard about it at launchtime and then heard about it
> again when it was overwhelmed by demand and became an invite-exclusive
> service, much like GMail in its olden days (before that SMS two-way
Yes it is. :-) I've got access to it through my GMail account. Not anything
like as sophisticated as yours, just has a few simple links that might come
in usefull for someone who is new to linux or (k)ubuntu. I haven't really
spent a great deal of time on it yet (as you can see), but I thought it
might be helpfull.
If anyone else wants to have a go let me know, I have got some google
invites. Just need an email address to send the invite to.
BTW I downloaded the google web tools and got it up and running. I had to
install Java, options seem to range from, the quite easy, to 'do you really
need to do all that stuff pheew', but you do seem to need to go to ubuntu
wiki site for some guidance on what to do. I just need to find time to have
a play, and knock something up.