Discussion in 'Beginner Tutorials' started by Rob, Jul 2, 2013.
Hi,where can i find the topic "install Linux!" ?
You mean you wanna install Linux on your system,. That's pretty easy, just insert the CD's you have and you are good to go.
Very nice post for Linux beginners.
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I have been using Ubuntu for a long time and I didn't know exactly what a kernal is. I got surprised on knowing that the kernal and programs were born separately and was joined later. Thanks for the info.
please explain what are threads ?is it possible to have more linux distros in single p.c (include if i am using windows xp already)
i want to become a developer what language should i have to familiar with?and how to become a member of developing team?
Majority of Linux operating system is written in C and C++ (says 20%) and rest in Lisp, Java and Perl. If you good enough in mentioned language and know how linux works, sure you can volunteer in linux developments.
Developer community don't accept codes from anonymous contributors so its good to build first a social relationship.
Install virtualbox on your windows and on the top you can install what ever linux you need to learn.
Good Luck !!!
No No no. Do not install linux on a virtual. I would go to the pawn shop and shell out about $100.00 to $300.00 for a laptop. A virtual is good for a test bed not a complete system to use.
What a nice intro to Linux!!I enjoy it!!!
I have used it off and on since the early 90s, my first install was Red Hat, but recently "mostly dedicated" myself to only using Linux, currently I am using Zorin 8, but I also have Ubuntu installed on my second comp and pretty much all the popular distros on DVD
I am interesting in learning Linux. Are there any issues with installing on a Mac machine? I have an old laptop the would otherwise be unused, so I think that would be a good place to get some practice without upsetting the wife with something new she doesn't understand or care to ever learn...
good for beginners of linux
I do not think so.
Now that you have explained what it is, help me download Legacy program and then sync it to my linux-based Samsung via my Vista Dell
Interesting..... thanks for such a short explanation. please tell me which version is better for beginner?
thanks for the info, is good for the people try to know all about linux
Intel or PPC Mac?
nice job you are great
now i want to learn step by step
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