Posted: Sun Jan 04, 2009 4:04 am Post subject: learning things like basic code,
Hi this is my first post here. I have been using linux for a while now with the help of some patient friends. I was wondering what is the smoothest way to learn linux from the ground up, so that I don't have to constantly rely on other people. I have been reading many of the websites, but there is a big percentage of the posters don't explain what they are doing or are not geared to the extent that a beginer can understand. I know this will take the better part of 10 years, but where do I start?
thanks for your thoughts
hey ,i think you should buy a book concerning the linux distribution you are using,which is composed of the basic of linux command (lines) and shell script . it may cost you 2 months .and then futher your study . one thing is sure that you can do better on one year.
here is my email: email@example.com . ecpect to communicate with you about linux
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