Just clicked on the link, wiz. It is exactly the method that I use the most.ditto
my wife describes herself as a kinaesthetic learner
if i tell her or explain to her what to do it goes in one ear and out the other.
if i sit in front of her computer and show her, likewise.
but if she sits in front of her computer with me at her side, after 2 to 3 go's at it, she retains it
we get some new members who knowingly or unknowingly are kinesthetic and they cannot follow our directions. they get frustrated and we get frustrated.
the best advice i can give them is to seek out and contact a linux user group in their area, where they can meet with people and get the help they need
@VP9KSKinda like getting an aircraft into a strip that is too short to get it out of, eh?
So - someone should "Read The Fine Manual" regarding virtual machines BEFORE they 'muck-up' their computer?Virtual machines are a saviour for any kind of tinkering and especially with Linux. I have trashed countless distros of Linux fortunately all in the confines of a virtual machine. I use Linux mint as my main operating system and tinker around with other distros in a virtual box.if there’s anything I’m unsure how to do and what the results of that will be then I will just test it inside a virtual box and if I trash a system it’s no spilt milk
This makes me glad I don't fly :/ And wonder about those I did fly with :\How did he expect to fly with no experience? Sounds like he needed to keep his feet on the ground. I can imagine what you said to him. Something like "You must become one with the aircraft, young padawan".