How do guys and gals (yay me on finally getting around to posting).
I've had a look around but it seems this is a new question. What I'm looking for is a couple of good manuals to stash on my shelf to help me learn how to R-Pi.
It has to be for the noobiest of the noobs. I mean I've done a little copying of BASIC programs back in my Amstrad CPC days, I maybe once or twice messed about in my Amiga's CLI without a clue as to what I was doing, and I've tried making a game with a GUI based creator. Thats literally it.
I've never touched, or even seen anything Linux or Python before, but in my old age I really want to sit and learn this stuff, even if it's just to make a simple 8 bit style game of some sort.
I've seen the "...... for dummies" books, but are they they ones to go for or are they market hype traps?
Thanks for any help and suggestions.