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    Nonsense. If a 101 year old man can run a marathon, then we all have time!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jayd512 View Post
    Nonsense. If a 101 year old man can run a marathon, then we all have time!
    Amazing, so I have at least another 25 years to go. Looking forward to that. Will give me a chance to try more Linux distros, LOL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jayd512 View Post
    Nonsense. If a 101 year old man can run a marathon, then we all have time!
    It's amazing that he beat his time from last year so convincingly:

    He completed the 10-kilometer route that wound its way along Hong Kong's harborfront in one hour 32 minutes and 28 seconds -- four minutes faster than his time last year despite a small stumble.
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    Is there a book called "Linux commands for Dummies"? That series of books are really good, and they have a book for pretty much everything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CurtisCoburn View Post
    Is there a book called "Linux commands for Dummies"? That series of books are really good, and they have a book for pretty much everything.
    One of the first Linux books I bought was Linux for Dummies. It laid out a lot of the general information very well, while not focusing to heavily on any one thing. While there's not really a Commands edition, here's the cheat sheet from it:
    Linux For Dummies Cheat Sheet - For Dummies
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    Easy Peasy way for me. Sometimes a uneducated biker has to do what he has to do.

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