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    learning linux (slackware)

    ok i decided to get slackware! ive searched google for learning linux tutorials but i get alot of books but no real tutorials...can someone please give me the url of a good tutorial?


    thanks

    im taking everyones advice on the entire linux/learning security and hacking idea... i do need to learn linux first and i want to understand what im doin not just be able to do it..... thanks for the tips everyone in the earlier posts!
    the man who knows how will always have a job, but the man who knows why will always be his boss!

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    Slackware Linux Essentials

    A whole online book all about Slackware. You can also pick up a hardcopy for about $20.00
    [shadow]Prepare ship for ludicrous speed![/shadow]

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    thanks
    the man who knows how will always have a job, but the man who knows why will always be his boss!

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    thank you evil one

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    zexter...
    Websites are nice, but if you really want to get indepth, and learn your system inside and out, you might want to frequent www.half.com
    They have great stuff, you can pick up Linux books for just a few bucks...You'll also find that a lot of old UNIX tutorials from the oldschoolies will show you basic console commands as well.
    I don't know, just my two cents, I've always found that getting the complete picture from a book is a little more consistent than piecing it together from websites...although sometimes you have to.
    Creating further mindless stupidity....through mindless automation.

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    Just visit the linux documentation project, it has all the information you need and it is completely free. Slackware is my linux distro, it is very powerful, stable, secure, and doesnt use RPM, enjoy!
    support your favorites, **** the masses.

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