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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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How would you folks develop easier to understand explanations about how to redirect to another file the spam messages from RMAIL with SpamAssassin in Emacs?... what little instructive information that's available is for programmers.
Huh, never thought to start a blog and now I've been given one. Whatever will I do with it, I'm guessing nothing and this will be the first and last post in it, but hey you never know right, inspiration could hit at any moment.
Tried again today to install a new distro - in this case OpenSUSE 11.0. Failed again, because no distro other than Mint will recognize and work with my Samsung Syncmaster 2032BW. Suse installed nicely but wouldn't configure the display to anything other than 1027x768. Mint Elyssa wouldn't work either, so I reinstalled Mint Daryna, which works like a dream.