Got a friend / next door neighbour who just bought a new computer that came with a linux distro on it (Fedora!). She's been using Windows all the time till now, but now didn't want to pay for new Windows licence, got this for no charge, and she wants to start learning and using it. A bright gal, no doubt about that, but every learning process includes either reading a good book, or asking a lot of questions, or bugging your neighbour.
So, to save her from the process of learning it the hard way, and in hope that the last two can be avoided, can someone reccomend some book that covers in general "linux way of work and thinking" (I swear, I've no idea how to put it better than this) ?
And yes, I also was suprised to see Fedora as an preinstalled OS, but for now I don't want to change that since I'm sure drivers hell will occur.