First off, I'm not complaining about the user-friendliness of Linux. I specifically stated that the installation-explaination file was not detailed enough for your average linux-beginner when it comes to running the shell. Now, it could be a learning experience for me and I could have fun most likely ruining my installation of Linux, which by the way is SuSE 9.3 running KDE 3.4.?, but I think I would like to get some clear help from some friendly forums.
And just for background knowledge clarifications, I am required to learn Linux under my major at where I am studying and am really excited about it so please, do not give me any of the "you must be willing to learn" business as I am more than willing to learn. Moreover, I choose to learn from other people who have a clear and discrete background with Linux through user-friendly forums. I would really not like to waste time with comments such as that and just go through the 20 questions of what the situation is, what to do, and how to do it.
Question #2 Followup:
The fonts on my screen seem to be coming from a more graphical issue. I believed I installed all the necessary drivers for my GeForce Go 6800 but I could be wrong completely. Is there a way to check that or should we not go that far just yet? I know when I go under YaST and find my graphics hardware, it shows that there exists something of a driver for my Go 6800.
Question #1 Followup:
As for the installation instructions, if I could at least get someone to walk me through them and give me more detailed informration on how I might install the kde-app, that would be great! The specific kde-app is located here: http://www.kde-apps.org/content/show.php?content=16962
Any help would be appreciated. Anything else not so much.