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If you want to learn Linux start with terminal, installing, uninstalling, copying, making, folders, compiling software all with terminal then move onto bash, then create your own conky http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/530620/can-clamav-be-used-with-precise-puppy-571/page-3#entry3371314
once you are ok with doing that sort of stuff it will make the rest easier , I do not know how much you know about Linux but untill you get a grip on the basics the rest wont really make sense. I just love those little Ahhh moments when I discover something new that I can do with terminal. Im on the compile from source thing atm and editing stuff thru geany, I back up the original file then mess with the config file because I can, I even made my own puppy linux http://puppylinux.org/wikka/remastering, And am loving it, and this has given me a better understanding not just of Linux ( Puppy & Kubuntu) but of my pc and a new way of doing stuff eg.
Rip & Encode CDs From The Linux Terminal
OMG I have crossed over to the GEEK side
Like I said get to know Linux and how it interacts with your pc hardware well and the rest will fall into place.
Edited by NickAu1, 20 May 2014 - 12:58 AM.
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