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    Could You MAYBE Tell Me What Version This Is


    Hey I was wondering if someone could tell me what version of Linux this is, cause someone said it is for sure linux, but they don't know which one, I have only had experience with Ubuntu and YellowDog so I am not familiar with picking them out.
    The version and programs he is running to make it look like it does is what I wanna know someone said Ion3 but I was gonna ask here and make sure.
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    Its from the movie Live Free Or Die Hard. Thx

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    You cannot tell which distro it is by a photo. The icons remind me of a linux DE.
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    The photo is too blurry to make much of it. I'm unable to read any of the text to look for any possible hints, and the icons are fairly blurred as well.
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    Oo ok thanx guys. Do any of you have any suggestions of what to use to get more familiar with telnet and command prompt in general. I know all linuxs use them, well everything does but, the best one to learn on, kinda like something he was using like all command line but you still have a desktop and stuff like that.

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    Well ähm, with telnet, just read the manpage (when you already have a Linux it's: man telnet) or check in the internet (scroogle, ixquick, or what else searchmachine you use).
    With the command prompt: Well, "Probieren geht über studieren" (That's german and means:Trying is better than studying). So you kust have to start using it. Testing it. There are of course Howtos, is suppose in big number. But the main thing is, that you get comfortable with it. That you get used to do things there.

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    and command prompt in general
    Check out LinuxCommand.org for command line operations under Linux:

    LinuxCommand.org: Learn the Linux command line. Write shell scripts.

    The command line works well in all distros, so which distro doesn't really matter.
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