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  1. #1
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    Thumbs up Another one joins *nix

    Hey guys

    i just thought i would introduce myself, im Ghost_Law (refrence to Ghost in a Shell kind of lol), i have just brought Linux Redhat installed it and got it working first try on dual boot with Windows Xp.

    I have never used Linux before and am not sure what its capable of doing, i need to learn it for and MCSE course that i am doing, so any advice or guildence would be truely grateful.

    Kind regards

    Law

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    Hi Ghost_law and welcome.

    So, you need to learn Linux for an MCSE course? can you provide more details and then I`m sure you will get lots of information.
    Quis custodiet ipsos custodes

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    you request more information

    hey,

    OK well hmmmm, My course incorperates networking and i have to know as much about both Windows 2000 server and Linux everything i can get hold of for when i do my exams.

    So what i really need information on is for root user, for e.g networking config and setup on linux.

    you need to know anymore please just ask.

    Kind regards

    Law

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    MCSE= Microsoft Certified Systems engineer. not linux. lol

    Heres a good link for you though.

    http://www.tldp.org/HOWTO/Net-HOWTO/
    =

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    i know lol

    hey,

    i know that MCSE = Microsoft Certfied Systems Engineer, but im also doing the A+ hardware course and a netowrking course altogether which is costing me like 4500 to do.

    thanks for the link i will be reading it very soon,

    Kind regards

    Law

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    If you wanna start with linux ( actually not only that ), this is the GOD of all rtfm-ers :

    http://linux.oreilly.com/ (some books might cost tho)
    http://www.dsl.org/cookbook/ (<- this one i use if i need it )

    Have fun reading,
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    No doubt, that Linux-cookbook is gonna be a must have, even for advanced Linux users. Coupling that with the man pages should take you as far as you want to go. Have fun man.

    .dublix

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