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Introduction to Linux - A Hands on Guide
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An OS that works. An OS which doesn't start doing weird things for no discernable reason. Obviously Windows doesn't count. Neither do a lot of Linux OS's. Slackware is pretty good. Maybe FreeBSD. Is it possible to buy/get hold of, a piece of software, an operating system, that does what it says on the tin. Is Mac any good? They're all so full of promises. Windows promises to make your life easier. How could you ever cope without it? As far as I can see it's a complete load of bollocks. It makes...
1. Posts that begin with 'eek'
2. Posts that end with 'plz help'
3. Any reference to Jesus or similar in a signature
5. The text of posts appearing when hovering a link
6. Lack of decent tutorials
7. People who know more than me
8. Particularly BSD people, who seem to view me with the same rather snotty attitude that I view Windows users
9. KDE (not specifically LQ related I know)
10.Podcasts that last an hour or more....