Anything for home user and not the technical one??
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Sat Jul 24 14:28:50 UTC 2010
On Sat, Jul 24, 2010 at 12:21 PM, Thomas Taylor <linxt at comcast.net> wrote:
> Hi, Parshwa;
> I've been following this thread for some time now. Had to go back to the
> original message since the responses seem to have covered about every topic
> except the original one. I'll asume you now have some kind of internet
> connection since you seem able to respond fairly rapidly.
Yes, I have internet connection but don't sit all the time, when get
time or I feel to sit to, I do.
> One very good reference, if it's available where you are, is Linux Pro
> Magazine. They have aeveral tutorials each issue along with good information
> and free distros from different producers. Another good resource would be the
> Linux or Fedora Bible series.
This Bible series, I have for fedora 10. (The book i mean), i said
this in my earlier post, you might have seen since you gone back to
the original thread also.
> Lots of good information, how-tos, comparisons
> of different ways to accomplish a goal and why, etc.
> I learned much of my linux knowledge from RedHat when they had the 5.x series
> (before Fedora). Yes, Fedora is a bit harder to learn from as a beginning
> point, but you learn more that way. Not just knowledge, but also the hows and
> whys of things. Keep up learning and in a while you'll get where you want to
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