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    I'm new to this forum... been using Linux Mint or Ubuntu in our household/consulting business now for a couple of years. We've got Linux distros running on everything from EEPCs to 10 year old lappies, to triple core desktops. I've got some of the basics down, but am interested in learning more about setting up a home network with 3-5 other linux or dual boot machines. I'm needing to learn more about file permissions and fstab stuff. And I'm going to be playing around with lightweight distros. Thankful for this forum. I've already benefited from the experience on this forum. Shamsrec

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