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    Where can VIDEO TUTORIALS BE FOUND TO DOWNLOAD?


    Where can VIDEO TUTORIALS BE FOUND TO DOWNLOAD?

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    Video tutorials of what?

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    Thanks for anyone who can help me out :P thanks alooot :P
    i am a newbie lol sounds bad but i dunno i wanted to change from ms windows, to something new, but with this i am havin sum trouble since i dont know anything about it, i wasnt able to install my video driver either,{ ATI } i mean i installed it but the KDE doesnt work then, n ye one disaster after another, so i seen this clip on python n it was very helpfull n interesting, and i thougt if someone had or nkew where i could find a clip or flash document that could help me out navigatong around linux, mandrake. Anyway thanks to anyone that can help me :P

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    I am looking for tutorials for anythin that has to do with linux, expecialy web hosting, drivers instalation and software.

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    http://www.vtc.com/products/linux.htm but have to pay, is there a site that i can download same thing without paying

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    Most Linux tutorials are text, not video. In the long run, you'll be better off spending the time reading and learning then watching someone else do it.

    If you care to, start a new thread with your specific problem and someone here will answer it. Please be as specific as possible. For example, what are your specs, what distro (w/ version) and what, if any, errors you've got. Simply saying "My ATI drivers won't install" isn't going to get you very far.

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    Ye you might be rite but, for now i need video so i can understand the basics and then later i can get to harder things with text, but now whatever i read isnt helping. but when someone talks its easier.

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    Video tutorial collection

    Yes, video tutorials are great for self-educational purposes. Some time ago I've also searched for video tutorials and found this collection via Digg: http://unix-tutorial.blogspot.com/. Some of these tutorials we use in our Linux courses.
    By the way, maybe someone knows other video tutorial collections? Please give some links.

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    Yes i'd say just googleize it and read up on how to use mandriva. It's cake once you get used to it =) and way better than win-doze ZzZz....

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