> I'm new in this OS and I don't know much about it.I have few
> How can I view FAT32 partition from LINUX?
By mounting the partition. It will go something like this:
mount -t vfat /dev/hda1 /mnt/win
Your vfat fs will then exist under /mnt/win.
Just typing this verbatim you are unlikely to meet with success.
It assumes /mnt/win exists ('mkdir /mnt/win' if it doesn't) and
that /dev/hda1 is your vfat partition. You can edit /etc/fstab
once you've got it nailed to mount automatically at boot.
Quote:> Where I can change screen resolution and refresh freg.?
1. RH 8: System Settings=>Display. OR
2. Edit /etc/X11/XF86Config (being new, I don't recommend this)
Quote:> It seems to me that the LINUX work to slow , is there some way to
> speed up LINUX?
By overclocking the CPU ;)
Quote:> Where can I download drivers for sound card (C-Media 8330) and modem
> (Lucent Agere Soft Modem)?
Read the RH documentation and try to set up the devices before assuming
you need to download modules. If not...
Read associated howtos at http://www.tldp.org. This site is your friend.
If these devices weren't recognized at boot adding support can be a
non-trivial task, but it all begins with reading the manuals.
Much fine documentation comes with your linux product.