Installing LINUX? . . . well . . . that's a no-brainer if ever there was one.
You buy the RedHat 4.2 CD (costs about $3) and you install it.
Now, if you want to do it right, that's another issue. You need to read the
f***ing manual, right? If you want to read it (them), however, you quickly
find that readable versions, or, versions readable before you install LINUX,
if you ever do, are not to be had. Sure, they're out there in "dvi" format
(whatever that is), or in the archaic relic of the now (God be thanked!)
bygone MAC era, postscript, and in a coarse and unreadable version of
pdf format, which might be useful if it were readable . . .
Whatever happened to just "plain text" versions? Are they to be had, of,
say, the NAG or SAG?
Could someone tell me where?
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