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problem is, i do not understand where do i start doing it or go to. too technical for me.
m using a ASUSeee 7" with the linux operating system as standard.
In asking the question
i would like to ask, HOW will i know what kind of LINUX operating system i am using.
where can i see it?
example "debian, fedora, ubunto"
i can't do much, as some software require knowing what kind.
you were only likely to ever get ways of finding out which distro of Linux and version you are using. It sounds from your latest post that you actually have a rather more general question, even if it is still not clear what this question actually is.
So, if you could say what you want to do that you can't currently manage, that might get some more useful help.