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PostPosted: Wed Mar 07, 2012 6:19 pm    Post subject: Where to start Reply with quote

I used linux about 12 years ago and just GUI. I have had enough with Windows/Micro$oft and want to learn linux. Iam preparing a laptop with new harddrive and ram. I want to install Linux O/S. So: 1) I need a CD to install after I format HD. 2) I need to learn Linux system, all of it. Where can I begin? I know this is general but I really have no idea.
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