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Re: Re: how to learn linux!?



STYMA, ROBERT E (ROBERT),

	It is real that I have noticed the familiarity between GNome and Windows.There are many app used to adapt the Windows' files such like doc and others.When I use it I find many differents between them. Maybe you are using some format in OFFICE under Windows, but now when you alter it in LINUX, you will find the format of it have been changed by the different System.So I think I should use the linux app much more times. It is really a amazing bait to me for the security of linux,I would like to learn more about this and Wish to be a good hacker(not cracker) who can find the bugs and wish to help others.
This is my dream!Maybe everyone are laughing at me for my infantility.Let it be!

Thank you for your help! I am very glad to receive them!!



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>> fedora-list??
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>>  I am a beignner to learn Linux, who can finger out one way to help me !!
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>> !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!louis wang
>> !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!louiskingwang 126 com
>> !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!2004-10-06
>If this is your first adventure away from a Microsoft OS, there will be a
>learning curve.  If you have played with other OS's, such as MAC OS, you
>already have a leg up.  You are used to some truisms that span systems.
>There are files, there are programs which operate on files, there are ways
>of figuring out which programs operate on which files. etc.  If you have
>any UNIX experience, then you have a real running start, a lot of things
>will be familiar.
>
>The term "learn Linux" is somewhat nebulous.  In the end, you probably want
>to know how to administer the system and modify it and use it.  Learning all
>this at once will bury you and you will become frustrated.  Learning to use
>the system for your day to day tasks is probably the best place to start.
>If you have only used Microsoft systems, you might want to start with the
>Gnome desktop as it has a lot of things in common with the Windows desktop.
>There are neat advantages like multiple desktops that you can switch between,
>but those can be explored after you get more and more comfortable.  On the Gnome
>desktop under Fedora, there is an equivalent to the "Start" button which has a
>Red Hat on it.  In there, you will see Office which expands to several applications.
>Open Office.org Write looks a lot like MS Office Word.  Impress looks a lot like
>PowerPoint, Draw looks a lot like Visio, Calc looks a lot like Excel, etc.  
>These programs tend to use dot suffixes like Windows to identify which programs
>go with which files.  If you get comfortable with the things that are similar, you
>then have a base from which to venture out into other areas.
>
>By the way, the install gives you the opportunity to create a user account in
>addition to root.  You should take advantage of this as root is the Administrator
>and can trash the system (just like on Windows).  Being root is like being the
>security guard at an oil refinery and the weapon they give to defend the place is
>a flamethrower.  Awesome weapon, but you have to be very careful. :-)
>
>Have Fun
>
>Robert E. Styma
>Principal Engineer (DMTS)
>Lucent Technologies, Phoenix
>Email: stymar lucent com
>Phone: 623-582-7323
>FAX:   623-581-4390
>Company:  http://www.lucent.com
>Personal: http://www.swlink.net/~styma
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        致
礼!
 
				 
        louis wang
        louiskingwang 126 com
          2004-10-07



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