So, today is the Day of Knowledge, the date beloved by many (although the majority is still not very). However, it was precisely today that for some reason I wanted to release an updated version of the Russian-language guide for the transition to Ubuntu 10.04 “Lucid Lynx” . Since the last release, a huge number of errors have been corrected, plus some very useful material has been added.
Without a doubt, autumn is a great time to learn modern computer technology, and Ubuntu is the perfect distribution for getting started with the richest world of Linux . I hope this book will help you to easily switch to the use of a powerful modern fully free operating system and forget about the problems and inconvenience in working with a computer. The guide is aimed at beginners and describes the installation, configuration and basics of working in Ubuntu Desktop with an eye on Ubuntu 10.04 "Lucid Lynx".
You can read the online manual on the official Russian-language resource documentation on Ubuntu: ')
There you can also find a link to the LaTeX source code used in the assembly of PDF. A list of changes regarding the first version of the Lucid manual can be found under the spoiler on this page.
Huge request: write suggestions and useful comments here or in the relevant topic on our forum.Unfortunately, I can't count everything, and besides, my literacy is very lame.If you think that something is missing in the manual, tell me, and maybe I will add it.
In addition, the Russian-speaking community always needs help on the forum and in completing the documentation resource .You can help thousands of Ubuntu users by spending a bit of their time and sharing their knowledge, and another time maybe someone will help you.
PS By the way, many thanks to Spavvn and xn__p2a for identifying a large number of errors in the previous version.