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    i just started using linux, i found it interesting as i dont have much knowledge of windows.i started it in gui mode.

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    Welcome to the forum. What version of linux are you using?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MASONTX View Post
    Welcome to the forum. What version of linux are you using?
    version 5.3

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    I was looking for Ubuntu, Red Hat, etc to know what type of linux you were using, but it doesn't really matter. You might want to go to Distrowatch.com and check out the various linux distributions. You can download a live cd and try out different distro's to see what suits you best. Hope you come to love linux like the rest of us do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MASONTX View Post
    I was looking for Ubuntu, Red Hat, etc to know what type of linux you were using, but it doesn't really matter. You might want to go to Distrowatch.com and check out the various linux distributions. You can download a live cd and try out different distro's to see what suits you best. Hope you come to love linux like the rest of us do.
    i am using redhat

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    Red hat is a very popular version of linux, widely used in the corporate world on servers. New users who aren't setting up a commercial server sometimes find it a little intimidating, and do better with ubuntu, mint, open suse, PClinux OS, or some other newbie friendly version. If you are happy with Red Hat, that is all that's important.

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