Anything for home user and not the technical one??
b330bkn at gmail.com
Thu Jul 22 14:21:50 UTC 2010
On Thu, Jul 22, 2010 at 6:49 AM, Roger <arelem at bigpond.com> wrote:
> To know about Fedora 11, I think the first thing is to try and use many
> of the applications that are available. Don't worry too much about the
> hundreds of applications that make up Fedora packages, just use the ones
> you are comfortable with and go from there.
> For instance as a baseline:
> If you want programming there are around 30 fairly major applications
> to choose from
> For Music there are around 10 fairly comprehensive applications to
> choose from
> For 2D vector and other graphic styles of drawing there are probably 6
> from excellent to average.
> For 3D modeling there are 2 really good ones and about 6 ranging from
> really good to quite good..
> If you want movies there's not much need to know Fedora, just the apps
> that play movies.
> In Fedora the text based manual (man) pages show how to use underlying
> just type man (short for manual) and the application name.
> for instance:
> man gs will give a help page on ghostscript if it's installed.
> man df will tell you about diskfree the disk check application
> man du will tell you about disk usage.
> man rm will tell you about removing files, use with great care.
> To know about Gnome or KDE read the instruction manuals already installed.
> May I suggest getting a book about Fedora, it would provide much useful
thanks a lot for the suggestions and the simple purpose why did i ask
is that fedora is not as common as was windows but is slowly now
replacing it. i would have to see one book for this.
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