Anything for home user and not the technical one??
b330bkn at gmail.com
Thu Jul 22 15:16:12 UTC 2010
On Thu, Jul 22, 2010 at 7:02 AM, Roger <arelem at bigpond.com> wrote:
> First check out every menu option then learn to install and uninstall
> and update Fedora and programs/applications on line.
Yes, on the list itself (earlier Tim and others helped me) and I
updated with the command:
after becoming root.
> To learn the basics get a book, if you want to get into text based
> applications in a terminal you really do need a book.
My friend suggested me for fedora bibble, but that's for fedora 10,
though i hope that it would be okay for at least basics.
> In a terminal: <Applications><system Tools><Terminal>
> Learn to install and install using yum and rpm.
> Learn to manually zip and unzip files.
> Learn how to start and stop applications.
> See what process are working with the ps command in a terminal.
This I have to do. okay. searching in google or from the book,
probably and if the problem comes, would rather ask here.
> There is really little GUI difference between windows and fedora, the
> menus may be in different places.
Yes, but my reason to switching to fedora is the strong security and
its more more distributed than windows, i think and what i have heard.
so it becomes a good and better operating system than windows.
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