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Introduction to Linux - A Hands on Guide
This guide was created as an overview of the Linux Operating System, geared toward new users as an exploration tour and getting started guide, with exercises at the end of each chapter.
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Last Review by Lleb_KCir - posted: 03-29-2004 12:34 AM
as i am learning about the *nix world a friend pointed out Knoppix to me as an alternative to jumping straight into Debian or Slackware.
took about 30min to download, and after then first failed burn about 40-60min to make a 2nd burn and try it out.
what a nice feel, look, and ease of use. was also my first time on a KDE GUI as the only *nix i have so far is RH and just the default standard Gnome GUI.
i have started caring the CD around with me so i can use it were ever i go to keep working on my *nix skills so i can learn this OS line as well as i know the M$ line.
[edit to add]
it does not like the ECS MB with USB, nor does it like to run higher then 1024 res with a GFx 5200 256M vid card.
attempted to get it running on my worksation at my school (i own it), but sadly i use a trackball that is USB from Logitec and it does not play well with Linux, let alone Knoppix. so that would be a con, but i think that would just be my hardware more then this great OS/CD