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Old 07-17-2002
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Smilie Smilie
*can any one help me to now how to learn lunix ?
*or any site to teach me
*or any book to teach me
*and it will be great if u told me from where
*i can bring the soft ware
THANK U
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Old 07-17-2002
Hammer & Screwdriver

hi there ,

also a good book to read is unix in a nutshell , pretty nice book for starters .

Smilie art
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Old 07-20-2002
MySQL good books

if you are runnig FreeBSD get bsd unleashed if you are runing linux get linux for dummies i run mandrake 8.2 a freebsd and mac os X wich is bsd in a nut shell
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