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The assistance here is excellent but I do not wanna cry for mommy every time I stub my toe so are there some online guides that give a comprehensive run down of basic Linux usage.
-How to hack root
-general overviews of how Linux differs from windows and mac os'.
For the record... I am kidding about the hack root thing but I am gravitating towards pen testing so an "abridged" guide to Linux would be a disservice. When I have my OS' installed properly I'll begin studying any material suggested to get me up to speed so I can swim instead of tread water. Z/Z
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Just from the brief title descriptions I can tell the material will be very interesting. I especially appreciate the Linux and Linux forum etiquette guidelines which I know from experience I am lacking... subtlety and discretion were never my strong suit Z/Z
I have never actually seen a podcast or a tweet or anything related to current events in many years. The picture the media paints is very deceptive and bleak and not healthy for people with chronic depression...
... nonetheless I will find those podcasts... love your handle TroN. Z/Z