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Introduction to Linux - A Hands on Guide
This guide was created as an overview of the Linux Operating System, geared toward new users as an exploration tour and getting started guide, with exercises at the end of each chapter.
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Here's a bit of fun you readers might like to join in with... It's a little quiet this afternoon, so I thought I'd kill 5 minutes with a little game I like to play from time to time. It's simple and provides me with a bit of perverse satisfaction. All you have to do is go to Bing and search for a few Linux related terms. Click on the result(s) you like the look of, as a Linux user.
I like to imagine that it fscks with someone at Microsoft's Bing usage stats...
After installing windows 7 and ubuntu 11.04 in a system some times you will not see GNU GRUB. You will get “cannot display this video mode optimum resolution 1280 * 1024 60 Hz” massage on monitor and it will open ubuntu 11.04 directly and you can not chose between ubuntu 11.04 or windows 7
To solve this problem first update system through Terminal type this command $ sudo apt-get update
After update is over you go to update manager and see any updates are available...
Finally, I can install Edubuntu. Take a long time when installing Edubuntu. It is not like OpenSuse. Iso file of Edubuntu is 2.7 GB. While, OpenSuse is 3,4 GB. I don't know, why installing OpenSuse take a shorter time than installing Edubuntu. Linux expert can answer this. It is not my ability to answer this.