Newbie to IT

Discussion in 'Member Introductions' started by The_Gh0st_Chili, Nov 10, 2013.

  1. The_Gh0st_Chili

    The_Gh0st_Chili New Member

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    Hello folks. I'm new to Linux and starting IT school. I'm trying to learn as much as I can to start the workforce with a vast amount of knowledge.

    I wanted to see if my idea to run Linux is OK, and any reco.


    :::Virtual Box to run Xubuntu?

    Excited to start the world of Linux!

    Thanks!
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  2. slashedzero

    slashedzero New Member

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    Hey gh0st_chili! Xubuntu on virtualbox should be fine for learning your way around Linux. Only snag to that is you may miss out of some of the hardware configuration you'd do on a host system. Perhaps if you like Xubuntu (and I think most in this community will assume that you will), you should consider dual booting.
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  3. Darren Hale

    Darren Hale Active Member

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    Hello and welcome best wishes for your learning.
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    RooseveltHernandez New Member

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    Welcome aboard the forums, have a great stay in here and an awesome time as well.

    Probolan 50
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  5. DevynCJohnson

    DevynCJohnson Well-Known Member Staff Member Staff Writer

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    Aloha and welcome to Linux.org! Feel free to ask any questions about Linux here on this site. The main page displays the newest articles/tutorials. If you see a post that you like or found helpful, click "Like". If you ask a question and someone answers it to your satisfaction, click "Best Answer". Enjoy the site!

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