Does anyone know of any good books or guides on KDE? For some reason my search isn't working on this site and I couldn't find any books online. Any help would be appreciated.
I've been wanting to get my MCSA for a while so I've set up a small VMware lab at home to tinker around with, but I still need set of good books to help study for the exam. The main problem is when I look at what's available they all have very mixed reviews.
As an author and former academic, I use Google Books almost every day. It's become the primary reason I even bother exploring non-fiction books online, rather than looking up an article on the same subject.
I want to code drivers in C in linux os, though I think its very tough. Can I get some hints as to how to start or books to follow? Drivers can be from my USB port to graphics card!!
I know as to where I can search for books, I would like to know as to what the basic knowledge I should start with. Do I need to have hardware knowledge and which specific books are good for novice like me
Has anyone *successfully* been able to get ePub DRM books to sync across multiple Android devices? I have a phone and tablet, and I'm able to check out Kindle and ePub books from my library. I've been using Overdrive for the ePub books and read on my phone during the day and my tablet at night, but I still can not find any combination of eReader and cloud device to sync.
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I'm thinking of revamping our books section. Usually we only get three books in there, and sometimes only two. I'm thinking of moving the free FSF advert we run somewhere else in the magazine, freeing up both pages, then changing the format so that the pictures are smaller and we have slightly fewer words per book. The end result would be, rather than three books an issue, we have six.
With tablets areound the corner for almost half decades and amazing applications like iBook, Kndle App for reading the books and magzines, where we can zoom, swipe, and even video presentation in the books and magzines. Reading the books in tablets is always convenient compared to physical books.
Why do the publishers don't publish most of the books in these formats?
Question by kayta k: statistics????????????????????
A printing company’s bookbinding machine has a probability of 0.005 of producing a defective book.this machine is used to bind three books
a)find the probability that none of the books is defective
b) find the probability that at least one of the books is defective