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Hey Guys this is my first post on the board, I am currently working on a project for school as well as volunteering for a non profit institution. What I am trying to do is install a linux thin client server for a k-12 software. I downloaded the 4 iso files, which I think are cd images. They are all finished downloading but what program do I open them with. I am still very novice with the whole KDE and linux stuff. Also it seems like all the files that I'm downloading (for example. AIM) the linux OS doesn't know what to open them with and niether do I. Just for u guys information I'm running Fedora Core 2, thanks guys