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Posted on 15-09-06 03:15
ok, i have heard so much about linux i desided to try it, i have the live distro cd's: Knoppix-std, and PHlAK. and i have been looking on line for tuts but all i could find was stuff along the lines of "how to change unix passwords with knoppix" and thats all god but what about a tut on the inner workings of linux, i mean its foreign to me so if anyone uses linux or any of its distros could help me out by posting tuts that helped u get started or talk to me on aim or something. i would apreciate it
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Posted on 15-09-06 03:50
for the most part w/ knoppix either boot it and there is a manual.. not 100% where right now, it gives you the basic commands but for more help id suggest getting on.. opening xchat (not on root Wink) and ask someone there. unless someone has a better idea.


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Posted on 15-09-06 06:16
Std doesnt have a manual

Knoppix-Security Tools Distrobution.

I personally like PHLAK better. Backtrack is anther good choice. For a normal start up linux - Damn Small linux, Debian, or Knoppix the origional. These three are based on Debian, but they are great starters.

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Posted on 17-09-06 22:16
thanks for ur imput guys, so i have decided that i can only go so far with the boot discs so i am going to be duel-booting an os on my pc- windows, and i am looking to u guys for advice on a easy linux that will be good for a beginner. with the manual and such