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Old 05-11-2005, 06:04 AM   #1
Bryanlee
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Mandrake and loving it!


Well, just to start off i am new to the forum and Linux as well. I have been using the posts from this forum to get me through the install and setup of Linux since i'm such a noob at this. I have recently installed Mandrake 10.1 and i am very pleased with it. I intend to stick with linux from here on out and leave Micro$oft behind. I have managed to install a few .rpm's with minimal pain and suffering and i am happy with my new setup. There are a few things that i would like to do however. (1) I own an HP iPAQ hx4700 that uses pocket pc 2003 and it would be great if i could sync with linux. I would find something else compatible if my iPAQ wasn't so expensive. (2) I also have a couple websites that i designed and i would like to find something easy to use for a moron like me. Aside from those things i couldn't be happier with Linux. Thanks for all the support you guys have provided to me and all the other noobs out there like me.

Bryan
 
Old 05-11-2005, 06:32 AM   #2
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hi
Just to add my *I AGREE* to your comment about the help provided here to newbies ( like me )from the more experienced members (like them hehe)

 
Old 05-11-2005, 06:43 AM   #3
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For web development, you can use quanta plus, bluefish, nvu or a simple text editor (if you wish to do it the hard way ) like emacs, vi/m, kwrite etc.
 
Old 05-11-2005, 06:44 AM   #4
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For web pages writing, I settled for Kate. I previously tried Screem, and mostly Bluefish, which are a *little* more newbie-oriented.
If what you want is a WYSIWYG-like editor (bad choice IMHO), then Amaya seems the most "standards-friendly", and nvu seems to gather the most votes. It's up to you.

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