Originally posted by Bariana
Thank you a lot... And as recommended, I changed the subject...
One question more:
Ok, I have to admit that I have worked most of my life in Windows environment - starting actually from DOS... So Linux is rather new system for me still. One more question is that is the a small programme from where you can find the system info (like in Windows) - cannot find.
It really depends, there are a lot of those GUI type applications like Gkrellm and such but I always prefer cat'ing the /proc directory.
My biggest suggestion when learning linux is to learn the command line interface, it might save you some headaches when X doesn't work and then you won't be lost.
Some very useful commands:
And in general, browse around the /proc directory for more files to peek at for system info, hardware info, etc.