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    Cool want to learn linux with the help of fedora


    hi
    ihave fedora 13 installed on my laptop and now want to learn linux with the help of fedora
    so can i get a little bit help of from where i download the pdf (ebook or other(which i dont know) )of fedora 13 which will help me to learn linux in a much intersting manner and in a very short time
    also which will teach me everything which i can do with my fedora13
    where i can use the full potential of fedora 13 and me.

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    LinuxCommand.org: Learn the Linux command line. Write shell scripts.

    I suggest picking one project or goal at a time and working towards learning how to do that thing.

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    One of the best ways to learn about any distribution is to start using it heavily, exploring it deeply, and experimenting with it continually. If you have good system backups stored off some place, you can easily get back to where you were before any user errors or goof ups occurred.
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    Seems like you have been starting threads in this forum from some days, leaving them incomplete and then starting new thread.
    I certainly would not appreciate this practice, you want to learn Linux, you have Fedora installed, download any of the e-books mentioned by senior members here and on other threads (please search) and start working on it. Period.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ozar View Post
    One of the best ways to learn about any distribution is to start using it heavily, exploring it deeply, and experimenting with it continually.
    And with the help of LF members, there's no way you can't learn.

    Welcome bikku!
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    Agreed with nujinini .

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