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I am sorry, but I have not learned code yet, just getting started with Linux, so I still do not know what it means......
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- 05-13-2005 #11
I am sorry, but I have not learned code yet, just getting started with Linux, so I still do not know what it means...
- 05-13-2005 #12Originally Posted by JCaserta
- 05-13-2005 #13
So it's just a way, in code, to say that the alterior motive of his post was paddng..
- 05-13-2005 #14Originally Posted by JCaserta
- 05-13-2005 #15Originally Posted by Vergil83
Welcome to the forum.registered Linux user #388382
Have you checked here first?
- 05-13-2005 #16Originally Posted by techieMoe
- 05-14-2005 #17Originally Posted by Vergil83
Welcome aboard and best of luck.
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- 05-16-2005 #18
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i cant say i understand most of that but thanks for..whatever.
and when i see the little "code" box, where is that code to be written?
- 05-16-2005 #19
Re: whoa..Originally Posted by tmackey
If however you're in a thread where you ask a question and someone says "type this:" followed by a code block they usually mean to type it into a command line or terminal, such as xterm, konsole, or gterm.