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hello to everybody on this forum
i am pratyush gupta from iips college indore jus starting off with my 3rd year in btech(it).
Well now tat i have got some interest in technical thing i wanted to ask the prerequsite to becoming a well versed guy in linux.
do write bak plz
thank you sir!
the reply you posted is very motivating for head start but there are a few questions more i would like to put up.
1.which flavour of linux to use for beginning?
2.do i need to b skilled in programming before starting off?
again i would like to thank you sir and i wish for further knowledgeable communications.
hello sir ,
As per the recommendation of one of my seniors who is also active member of this site im starting off with slackware 11.
i have to just finalise freeing space on my hard disk and then i shall start .i hope this journey would be successful and helpful.
thank you once again.
my workstation doesnt connect to the internet because it doesnt have one ther therefore i have to reach some place else to access it and therefore im not able to download it but i guess even version 11 would do the job for a beginer like me .
im grateful that you reply to my threads so frequently.