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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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Another one of my bookshelves bit the dust from carrying two many out of date linux books. I moved most of the books to a bookshelf I had rebuilt. With another good bookshelf. I added one of the shelves from the fallen unit to add some of the mementos I have collected over the years. With a little rearranging and I seem to have more room than before. Weird. Thinking of what to do with what is left of the other bookshelf and maybe making a workbench for the garage. We have one out there from the...
A few recent news stories have lead me to the firm conclusion that Microsoft is no longer a credible software company. I know a lot of people have been saying that for a long time, but here are a few pointers that indicate they’ve gone from being a tech company to become a legal firm.
First, an illustration of how their software ‘innovation’ is no longer of much importance/interest. Take Windows 7. To put it kindly, it’s what Vista could/should have been and is as good or better...
I am anable to connect internet on rhel5 through mobile I tried it a lot but always failed I serched it on internet but there is no perfect answer there thatswhy plz give me answer that how can I connect internet on rhel5 through mobile.
Posted 10-13-2010 at 01:31 PM by55020 Updated 10-13-2010 at 04:43 PM by55020(Doh! Right at the end, should be 'find $LFS...')
This is a brief set of notes on bootstrapping a self-hosting Slackware toolchain, using the process described in Chapter 5 of the LFS Book. Future notes will cover LFS Chapter 6, and then the rest of Slackware (or some of it, anyway).
The motivation for doing this arises out of a number of recent threads on the LQ Forum, but it's also just a generally cool thing to do.
Note that my host system is Slackware64-current. The target system is Slackware64-13.1. I also...