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- File Size: 4025.0 KB
- Print Length: 111 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1541373081
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B01N9MY69Z
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 2 customer reviews
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Yes, I've tried changing the font size, but unfortunately the What You Type text doesn't change - you still need a magnifying glass to read the text which IS readable under these conditions, it's just not practical for general reading. I haven't seen the printed version of the book, which may well not suffer from this problem (at least I hope not), but I can only report/review as I find things.
This is a shame, because if this problem was sorted this book looks like it would be informative, useful and well worth having.
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It explains simply how to assemble it and of course how to use it as well.
It's important to note that I didn't read verbatim and I hopped between chapters - as was suggested by the author - and read only what was important information for me at that moment.
Regardless, this book can be useful also for the purpose of different individuals who want to remember various details which have already forgotten on this subject.
There is no argument that this book useful when you want to use this operating
I do not care about grammar mistakes (if it's howeber or however). Book should be about what's inside and not grammar, as long as it's acceptable.
I do not rate it 5 starts because I would like it to be deeper a bit.This is still a good purchase for someone who's new to linux (anyone else who isn't - don't bother).