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    looking for some good sites that cover the following.....


    Linux in general, Something Covering commands, The kernel itslef and the windows kernel also, Where It Came from. and thats all for now. i like to read up on this kinda stuff. i feed on knowledge. i like to know how things work. any input is needed thanks!

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    Try www.tldp.org, as well as reading the man pages. RedHat 6.2 comes with a program called xman for reading man pages in X-windows, so I am guessing that RH9.0 probably has it also...

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    Re: looking for some good sites that cover the following....

    Quote Originally Posted by bmxface
    Linux in general
    http://www.linux.org/


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    Something Covering commands
    http://linuxcommand.org/
    http://www.this_site_does_not_exist/viewtopic.php?t=75


    Quote Originally Posted by bmxface
    The kernel itslef and the windows kernel also, Where It Came from.
    http://www.kernel.org/

    Jason

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    Re: looking for some good sites that cover the following....

    Quote Originally Posted by bmxface
    The kernel itslef and the windows kernel also, Where It Came from.
    By "the windows kernel", do you mean the kernel in Winbloze or the X windowing system?

    Anyway, what is it that you want to know exactly? How it works? Or something else?

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    both. i want to know everything. how it works pluses minuses anything.

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    I guess you want to read this one for starters:
    http://www.tldp.org/HOWTO/Unix-and-I...WTO/index.html

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    Try www.tldp.org, as well as reading the man pages. RedHat 6.2 comes with a program called xman for reading man pages in X-windows, so I am guessing that RH9.0 probably has it also...
    i just tryed that xman in slackware...and it works for anyone that wanted to know.

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    I find that the best way of reading man pages is this:
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    man -t manpage | ggv -
    Or gv, if you have that. Unfortunately I don't on this computer.

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