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Translated and reviewed by Cédric VALMARY (Tot en òc) on 2010-02-10
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Welcome to \emph{Getting Started with Ubuntu}, an introductory guide written to help new users get started with Ubuntu.
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Our goal is to cover the basics of Ubuntu (such as installation and working with the desktop) as well as guide you through some of the most popular applications. We designed this guide to be simple to follow, with step-by-step instructions and plenty of screen shots, allowing you to discover the potential of your new Ubuntu system even if you are a novice computer user or are migrating from another operating system for the first time.
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Please bear in mind that this guide is still very much a work in progress and always will be. It is written specifically for Ubuntu 10.10, and although we have aimed to not limit our instructions to this version, it is unavoidable that some things will change over the life of Ubuntu. Whenever a new version of Ubuntu is released, we will incorporate updates and changes into our guide, and make a new version available at \url{http://www.ubuntu-manual.org}.
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\emph{Getting Started with Ubuntu 10.10} is not intended to be a comprehensive Ubuntu instruction manual. It is more like a quick-start guide that will get you doing the things you need to do with your computer quickly and easily, without getting bogged down with technical details.
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If you are after more detail, you will find excellent resources available at \url{http://help.ubuntu.com}. Ubuntu's built-in system documentation is also very useful for accessing help on specific topics, and can be found by clicking \menu{System\then Help and Support} in Ubuntu. \marginnote{More information about Ubuntu's online and system documentation can be found in \chaplink{ch:learning-more}.}
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If something isn't covered here, chances are you will find the information you are looking for in one of those locations. We will try our best to include links to more detailed help wherever we can.
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Ubuntu philosophy
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Filosofia d'Ubuntu
Translated by Cédric VALMARY (Tot en òc) on 2010-04-17
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