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Hi my name Louas and Im from Argentina (so you must forgive me English!).
I'm studing Unix and I want to know where and how can I conect to practice.

THANK YOU VERY MUCH!!!
Louas.
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Old 06-26-2002
You can visit the FAQ Threads of the forum.
Newbies are encouraged to visit that particular sections first.

https://www.unix.com/answers-to-frequently-asked-questions/
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Old 06-26-2002
Thank you very much! I will!
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Old 06-26-2002
can i just suggest something?

for practising, it can be good (if you don't have a unix setup yourself, or you just want to try a different "flavour") to get a shell account, and use a secure telnetting program to login to it. I have a couple of such accounts, and my favourite is Grex, at cyberspace.org (you get to choose between bash, korn, C shells et c, on a SunOS system, and they let you use lynx, and hundreds of other standard unix utilities, they also have a huge and thriving online bulletin board for members)
Go and set up an account there, and you can telnet in using ssh or similar program. I use PuTtyTel for windows and NiftyTelnet on a mac, when i'm not running linux.

hope i'm not just mouthing off here and that this is actually relevant!
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Old 06-28-2002
MySQL

Thank you VERY, VERY MUCH Calum!!! That is excactly what I was looking for! I will set an account there I just hope that is for free :-)

Thanks again,
Louas.
 

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