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I think it's been stated a millions times, but these days it's becoming even more true.
This site and others are becoming so complete an thourough that most likely usual Linux questions have been answered in different degrees of detail. All you have to do is choosing the depth that will suit your current needs and time availability.
I visit this site very regularly but most of the time my answers are there. I don't have to add my question to the stack.
Of course posting to help...
fraggod contributed some patches to GeoXPlanet some time ago (around release 0.4.4), which I reviewed and added to the project. His patches centered around reverse dns primarily, but he had a few tweaks in there as well (radius xplanet option exposed via the configGUI, as well as a few other options I'd planned to add around 0.5.0) Now it...
here i am, gotta desktop xp, lap top vista, webnotebook linux, and mini book l.
sadly all have problems with the exception of the desktop running xp. this is the anchor for all the other systems i am running and the search base for answers to questions on each one. iam left with some unanswered questions.
do i convert the painfully slow lappy with vista to linux?
how do i configure emails from pipex to arrive on the aesus running linux.
will i get thanswers...
I have bought several books on Linux, especially on the core of the operating system itself.
Wait a minute! All of them have very good work. All have very good forewords, contents, and almost all of them have the same chapter content and especially in the same order.
Look at me! I studied Electronics Engineering. My experience is about the two magnificent worlds of computer and telecommunications. Even for me, at the time of this writing I am 44, it is very hard...