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Thread: Im A Linux Noob...

  1. #1
    Okay here is where im at.

    Downloaded Red Hat 9 and burn to disk
    Managed to install it to a partition.
    Can boot into it through lilo

    What do I do now?

    So many people say Linux is so good but I can do anything with it yet. There are lots of programs for it but I can't install most of them.

    Where did you Linux people get your start? and what do you do with it?

    (I don't hate linux or windows I just wanna learn something new)

    Im sorry for being so general but anything would nelp me (other then linux sucks). Is there a good Linux for Noobs site?

  2. Software & Hardware   -   #2
    shn's Avatar 3μ|\|(7
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    May 2003
    Linux is great, if you know what your doing. Luckily you have the right distribution that is required for this online "Mastering Linux" tutorial at the link Ive posted. I strongly advise you to read this tutorial as it will help you to better understand linux and all its glory.

    This is a thorough course in Linux programming, using Red Hat Linux. Students can expect to spend between 1 and 2 hours on each lesson, including the time for doing the hands-on examples and exercises. Typical completion time for the course is about 2 quarters, or 24 weeks.

    You should have Redhat Linux installed on your system. If you need a copy, you can download a free version directly from Redhat.Com or one of the mirror sites.


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