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Old 06-08-2001
Error new arabian user need help

hi all

i'm new user at unix system have these questions :

1- is there arabic ver of unix op ?

2- which ver is the beter ? where i can get it ?

3- who can i start with unix ?


sorry about my languge Smilie and grammical errors
# 2  
Old 06-12-2001
hi friend, you can have access the following sites to verify if it has some information obout solaris:

www.sun.com/saudiarabia
www.sun.com/egypt

I believe that you it will find more information about unix in the sites in English, as:

www.bigadmin.com
www.ultralinux.org/faq.html
www.uga.edu/~ucns/wsg/unix/

among others that we can find through the altavista
(www.altavista.com)

I wait to have helped!

Witt
witt
# 3  
Old 08-25-2001
Bug

Salaam Khalid,
here is some pages you can visit for arabic unix www.linux4arab.com , they use linux over there like redhat and mandrake if you dont have arabic fonts visit this link http://www.linux4arab.com/info/arabic.htm
 

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