For the very first post on UnuntuBeginner.com you have waited a very long time; sorry for that. Before getting our hand *dirty* I thought it would be better to share some of the best free eBooks for Ubuntu Beginners. These books are written by various reputable persons and bloggers. Let’s take a look on the list.
1. Getting Started with Ubuntu
Getting Started with Ubuntu is one of the most popular downloads from Ubuntu beginners. It provides us basic information about latest Ubuntu Release, Which also makes it most frequently updated eBook of the list. These series of eBooks are written by the Ubuntu Manual Team.
This book is a good source to get started with Ubuntu system. The book not only explains about basic installation but also includes some advanced topics like securing and backing up your system. We may also refer this book firewall settings and encryption.
A chapter is also dedicated to Troubleshooting. So, these books must be read by all the Ubuntu beginners.
Download Here (Page count: 149) (Version reference: Latest) (My rating: 4.5/5)
2. Ubuntu Pocket Guide and Reference
This 170 pages long book is written by Keir Thomas, a well know English Tech Journalist. This free version is quite old but still useful.
This book is really good written and anyone can enjoy reading it. Since this book is quite old and thus many times you will be in problem because most of the things has been changed.
Download Here (Page count: 152) (Version reference: 8.04 & 8.10) (My rating: 3/5)
3. Ubuntu: An Absolute Beginner’s Guide
This book is tiny 30 page eBook is written by Courtney Loo. This is simply for Absolute beginner who knows nothing about Ubuntu. This book will introduce you to Ubuntu and some basics about it.
Download Here (Page count: 30) (Version reference: 8.04 & 8.10) (My rating: 2/5)
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However, except first other two are quite old or not perfect as first one but you will get some of the best Ubuntu eBooks if you are comfortable to spend a few bucks.
Here is a list of such few books (aff links):