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Hey guys wuts up! I dloaded Red Hat 9 on my computer a couple of days ago and i was just wondering if any of you guys could set up some links for me. Maybe a walkthrough, some links for commands, some link to basic stuff...this would be of great help because i am very new to this and have very VERY limited understanding of linux... Thank you for you help! (I have some limited VB understanding...dunno if this will help)
A lot of the best links to help files can be found by looking at peoples signatures here in the forum. Browse around a bit and you are bound to find a lot of cool stuff. Search for user 'fancypiper', I know he has a ton of newbie-friendly links in his sig. Is there anything specific you are looking for?
Is it installed and booting without any problems???? If you have a software modem that you would like to use under linux then look at http:\\www.linmodems.org
Also the official linux site: http:\\www.linux.org has a few lessons on how to use linux and lots of tips. If you want to understand linux then I would buy a book on it. I bought "Fedora All in one desk reference for dummies". I am a linux noob myself and I found it very informative.
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Hey guys, nope not looking for anything in parcitular...just trying to figure out all i can do with RedHat 9. Yes i have installed it and its working great...and i'll be checking out all ur liniks...thank you everyone!