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Basic Linux Tips and Tricks, Part 1

“This article is intended for people who have some computer
expertise, even if it’s Windows-only. At a minimum, you should be
comfortable with the MS-DOS command line in Windows and have done a
bit of Windows Registry editing to give you some experience with
configuration files.

“If you’re totally unfamiliar even with the MS-DOS command line,
you need to find in-person help of the sort this article can’t
provide; I recommend finding a local Linux User Group by either
posting on Craigslist or checking the bulletin boards at a local
college in the Computer Science department to find people to walk
you through the basics and provide in-person handholding if you
need it…”

Complete
Story