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Just Started Unix/Linux

 
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Hi Ranchers,
I've just started Unix/Linux as my engr. course.Well in first class our instructor told that those who are interested in Networks should study Unix/Linux deeply.But i am not interseted in Networks any more.However i want to learn Unix/Linux basics that how to operate them.I've done SCJP and want to connect my programming with Linux/Unix.How can i do that?.And yes is there any good tutorial on Unix/Linux?.
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The net is full of information on Linux and
Unix. For Linux, I would start at the LDP site
(Linux Documentation Project).
http://www.linuxdoc.org/
That should give you material enough to start.
HTH,
Joe
 
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Thanx Joe. I've succeed in geting reply after 12 dayz.My "record Late Reply".
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Hello,
There are a number of good linux sites. Try http://www.linuxnewbie.org and http://www.linuxprogramming.com
also you should look at http://www.linux.com and http://www.linux.org .
Hope these URL's help you out!
 
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Thanx Frank.The sites which you mention was really helpful.Day By Day i am getting more attraction towords Linux.I was the boy who thoughts that Microsoft Windows9X,2K,XP are the only OS.Though i know about Linux,Unix,Solaris.But i never thougt about there usefulness.Anyway, now i think that my rest of life will be run on Linux.But right now i will not leave WIN98.
I think there is a way so that i can have both Linux and WIN98 on my machine.But how i can do that & what problems will i face in dong this?.Please let me know these things.
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