Linux starter pack free download, 130pages

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  1. ivar

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    Nice find!
     
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    Very nice PDF. Thanks and +rep
     
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    Nice~ Been meaning to find some simple guides to try out Linux~ +rep
     
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    Good guide, but I still haven't been able to resolve a few important issues.
     
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    I am happy that so many people found it useful. I never received so may rep points for a single post. :) Thank you all for your encouragement.

    Here there is another useful free download for Linux starters:

    Ubuntu packet guide and reference , 170 pages.
    http://www.ubuntupocketguide.com
     
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    Rob41 Team Pirate Control

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    Thanks for the info. ivar!

    Every year when I come home from the Persion Gulf I briefly dabble with a linux install only to revert back to windows.

    I soooo don't want to mess with repositories etc. yet I really want to get away from the crap that M>S> keeps puking out.

    I think with the info. from the links you provided I'll be able to manage a nice dual boot (I still want to play high end games) without having to lear about kernals, code, etc.

    Thanks again,+1 rep:D

    Rob41
     
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    Installing Linux Mint - Full tutorial
    http://www.dedoimedo.com/computers/install_linuxmint.html

    It is really elementary. If someone wants to try linux for the first time, it will be really helpful. Ubuntu-based Linux Mint is also one of the best choices for those who want to start using Linux.
     
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