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Old 04-30-2011, 12:31 PM   #16
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Hmm... that gives me an idea. I need to add online Linux teaching books to my GNU/Adventurer's Backpack article, I think. Thanks for reminding me by mentioning RUTE.
Also, how about LinuxCommand?
 
Old 04-30-2011, 08:50 PM   #17
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Also, how about LinuxCommand?
Do you mean LinuxCommand.org?

Rute and LC.org are both a bit advanced for the goal of that article I wrote. It's really geared more to someone very new to Linux; fresh off the MS Windows boat, you might say.
 
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Linux has a lot to offer. You will learn the most from experience. There are many different distros for many different needs. For a list of all the downloadable distros go to distrowatch.
 
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Do you mean LinuxCommand.org?
Yes.
 
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yes i started learning from the scratch also from linuxcommands.org
 
  


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