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Im basicly new and what to learn everything there is about linux.... how to use it, write and read programs etc. everywhere Ive looked noone has helped me. Im willing to work hard and learn fast all I need is a chance. Hopefully I have one here. well hit me back if anyone is up for it.
Im basicly new and want to learn everything there is about linux.... how to use it, write and read programs etc. everywhere Ive looked noone has helped me. Im willing to work hard and learn fast all I need is a chance. Hopefully I have one here. well hit me back if anyone is up for it.
rute is an excellent online tutorial which is easy to read and easy to understand. as for distros...try a few different ones. i went through 3 or 4 before finally settling on slackware.
also, there are live cd's available such as knoppix and slax which are easy to use and don't require you to install anything...a nice way to get the taste of linux without really doing any work
YEAH along with ur hardware specs like ram , no of hds , their individual partitions , no of other OS installed (like windows_) , cdroms , graphic cards, modem , lan etc etc etc i m a relatively newbie 2 but can assist well in basic information , and troubleshooting