Lin or Lin thats the Q .

Lin or Lin thats the Q .

Post by Nelle Simi » Fri, 04 Jul 1997 04:00:00



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"SRR> Conversely, there are not enough for Dummies books for Linux, which it

  Thats because Lin isn't for dummies .............

    > will need if it is going to become what some Linux advocates would like
    > it to become. Actually I saw a URL from IDG books advertising an
    > upcoming book "Linux for Dummies" but on further enquiry, I found the
    > book was not available.

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1. lin for win

I'm thinking of creating a site for linux newbies (I'm fairly new
myself) which is oriented towards explaining how linux and unix work
as compared to window/dos.

The idea here is to help people who have installed linux and are at
the *now what* phase. If they felt confident to go through the install
process, they probably know a good bit about how wintel computers
work, but are having trouble translating their knowledge into linux.

My questions are
1. Would you like to contribute? If so, contact me.
2. Is there a similar site or set of resources already in existance?

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