Originally Posted by AnanthaP
My reading of the OP.
about the OP is that this thread started 5 months ago.
I figured that it was a thread which I subscribed to, but did not answer just so I could see other opinions and learn. But it turns out I contributed, as did many others, 'ere long 5 months ago. It's OK to have something last a lengthy time, however two days ago, the OP posted this:
Originally Posted by chinmaya5
Okk I understand d first thing needed to be done is installing a Linux distro. BT after dat what should I do as it is completely different from windows 7&8. Please help me here. I really want to learn but I don't know where to start. Please help me out
Therefore my concern is that the OP is sitting around waiting for us all to just hand them answers and maybe not really following the advice they were given, or they're stuck.
, you were advised to take the steps to investigate a Linux distribution and try it out, even informed that you can run a LIVE distribution therefore not altering a computer and just running off of CD/DVD or Thumbstick.
- HAVE you already installed a Linux distribution?
- If so, which one?
- And then are you looking for suggestions about what to do next?
If you haven't already installed a Linux distribuion:
- Do you have access to a computer which you can attempt to run Linux on?
- Do you have access to writeable DVDs or USB thumbsticks?
- Do you need a recommendation for a Linux distribution to run on a given computer?
No one can help you if you do not try to accomplish some of this.
If you have installed a distribution, then you really need to inform people about what things you'd like to experiment with and learn regarding Linux. Because while I can teach you about C programming, some kernel and drivers, as well as scripting, I'm not a good Linux admin person. You may want to know about programming, about how to configure servers, or just about how to use Linux. No one can really tell at this point.