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    Awsome post pwaring. Excellent doesnt even say it all!
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    Glad to see that people are still enjoying the tutorial so long after I posted it, I never expected such a response to something I'd written.
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    Glad to see that people are still enjoying the tutorial so long after I posted it, I never expected such a response to something I'd written.
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    Great post, will really help set a newbie on the right track
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    Great post, will really help set a newbie on the right track
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    Originally posted here by pwaring
    Glad to see that people are still enjoying the tutorial so long after I posted it, I never expected such a response to something I'd written.
    It's quite easy to, PW. After all, some folks feel the need to go right to the human source. When I was first introduced to Linux about a year ago, my professor would outright DENY giving any help unless you had used all resources such as the net, your classmates, etc. One of the best classes I've ever taken.
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    Originally posted here by pwaring
    Glad to see that people are still enjoying the tutorial so long after I posted it, I never expected such a response to something I'd written.
    It's quite easy to, PW. After all, some folks feel the need to go right to the human source. When I was first introduced to Linux about a year ago, my professor would outright DENY giving any help unless you had used all resources such as the net, your classmates, etc. One of the best classes I've ever taken.
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    Thanks for making this a sticky, gj Pwaring

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    Thanks for making this a sticky, gj Pwaring

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    Assome work Pwaring, its very helpfull tutor for newbies, to prevent them from being flamed or ignored. For my this tutor showed also situation with newbies on this board. These isn't my first board I subscribed for (first about security), so I know this rules already and I rather find information what I need by myself(better satisfaction). I know how annoying can stupid questions be, people are too lazy to read tutors, faq etc. and they want know everything from you without any effort, they don't care that you spend many hours to learn how to do something.

    Keep doing great work .
    -=[ r 4 B B i T ]=-

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