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Ubuntu on A Dime

book coverUbuntu on A Dime – The Path to Low-cost Computing, James Floyd Kelly, 2009

If you want a cheap but powerful computer, this book will help. It has 30 pages discussing hardware selection for Linux, then 200 pages introducing you to Ubuntu. It suggests you spend $250 on components to build the PC, but I know of surplus stores that sell equivalent PC’s for $100.

Get it here at OPL     Amazon Review

Carleton Library     University of Ottawa

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