This book is a user guide for the Linux desktop. It is everyone's guide to Linux- that includes both average home users and office workers. It covers gettingon the Internet, e-mail, Web browsers (including Firefox), office applications(word processors, spreadsheets, presentations - primarily the OpenOffice.orgsuite), playing and ripping songs, burning CDs, watching movies, playinggames, etc.New to this edition of the book is coverage of digikam, an iPhoto-like linuxapplication for managing digital photos; and FireFox, the newest and hottestbrowser from the Mozilla foundation. In addition, all of the OpenOffice.orgcoverage has been updated to the upcoming 2.0 release, which critics are callinga "microsoft office killer" application. And all of the KDE material has beenupdated to the upcoming 3.4 release.An update to the #1 Linux migration book for Windows users frustrated with the hassles and insecurity of Windows computing.° How to use the most common desktop applications on Linux, such as web browsers, email clients, and instant messaging clients° Bootable Knoppix CD allows readers to test-drive Linux without having to install Linux or remove their Windows installation.° Coverage of OpenOffice.org 2.0 shows how to preserve their library of existing documents and spreadsheets under Linux.