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Hello Everyone, This is Antrikssh Mishra I am beginner in the environment of Linux. I am just want to know the basic information about Linux so that I can easily ...
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    Basic information for beginners


    Hello Everyone,

    This is Antrikssh Mishra I am beginner in the environment of Linux. I am just want to know the basic information about Linux so that I can easily understand and familiar with the Linux environment.

    I hope You all good people help me to be a Linux family member.


    Thanks and Regards
    Antrikssh Mishra

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    The first rule of Linux is:

    Linux isn't Windows.

    If you hit a problem; find out how to solve it in Linux. Don't try what you would do in Windows. It won't work and might make the problem harder to solve. These forums are good place to find help.

    There's a learning curve, but it's worth the effort.

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    Welcome aboard!

    Take a look at this page for lots of good info to get you started: http://www.linuxforums.org/forum/new...ead-first.html

    If you're wanting to learn a bit about Linux commands, try LinuxCommand.org: Learn the Linux command line. Write shell scripts.
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    Buckle your seatbelt and start saving up for a wig. Plenty of bumps and hair pulling in your future.

    Oddly enough its also probably going to be one of the most fun and rewarding adventures you take on.

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    Enjoy the learning experience, and let us know if you run into any snags.
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    Thanks to all of you, I am very glade and humbled to see this type of support and also thanks for accepting me as a Linux family member, Your guidance will be very precious for me.

    Thanks and Regard
    Antrikssh Mishra

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    A good online book: http://rute.2038bug.com/index.html.gz

    It's out of date - like most documentation - but much of the theory and practices are still relevant today (I actually own the real thing, but have hardly opened it - I'm just lazy).

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