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#1 rayslow


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Posted 27 July 2005 - 09:51 AM

Am die need learn Linux but i dont know where to start..some friends says SUSE..MANDRAKE..REDHEART and other stuff.
I dont know where to start it all from as a beginner..hope someone sort it out 4 me.


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#2 flann


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Posted 27 July 2005 - 07:18 PM

Linux is a little different to get started than Windows, but If you stick with it, you'll love it. I've only used RedHat, and It is a fun OS. You best bet would be to purchase a Linux book, look for one that includes the operating system with it. That's right, the book comes with the OS, I have Red Hat Linux Bible, and it came with Fedora Linux, that is the latest version of RedHat.

Once you get your book, make sure you read the installation instructions, it will save you time. I have converted my computer between Windows and Linux multiple times, depending on what I need to do at work. I'm planning to purchase a new computer so I can always have a linux computer. Good luck

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