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gdogg1987
post Mar 15 2006, 05:44 PM
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As I am very new to linux and a very fluent windows power user with a lot of DOS experience, I am not accustomed to the command line language for terminals.
A guide on the various file types and available commands would make the move to linux a lot easier, especially as the commands are very different to that of DOS.


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post Apr 21 2006, 10:01 PM
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There is one guide I came on looking for. Under internet conectivity. You have a good deal of internet conectivity guides, except the one that I truly needed. D-Link AirPlus. Thank you.
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post May 22 2006, 02:38 PM
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I would like to see guides on setting up various servers. Things such as file services, print services, routing, DHCP, setting up networking esp. IPv6, etc. Many books cover Linus basics, but not enough get into the basic network services.
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post Jun 4 2006, 11:34 AM
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for new people you misses out compileing things and thats what i need a guide on
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post Jun 5 2006, 01:34 PM
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Compilation is covered in the Wiki unser "software_ionstallation" (http://wiki.linuxhelp.net/index.php/Software_Installation) but since there is no single method, you should consult the guides which come with each piece software, the are usually very helpful. Wherever possible, the instllation of individua packages is documentedd where necessary, but a generic "compilation guide" is not really feasible.


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post Jun 24 2006, 07:44 PM
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I'd like to see an intro guide on how to configure hostnames. I deleted my hostname setting, trying to connect to a wifi network, and now it is listed as <none>. Great, because now every config option returns a sudo error, editing the hostname file does as well, and my system is basically un-updateable as well. I've tried fixing a broken installation of Dapper Drake with the boot cd, but am not certain how to get it to save the settings for a new hostname. I need a little help, I'm sure its just my unfamiliarity with the basics that has made it so difficult
(although all the tutorial examples I've tried to emulate have returned sudo errors as well!)
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post Nov 19 2007, 01:23 PM
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id like to see a guide on configuring the x server

i installed ubuntu 5.10 (i lost my 6.06 disc), but the x server fails to start
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post Nov 24 2007, 05:54 PM
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Seems to me that 'tvtime' is the flavor of the day for linux users wanting a tv app, so maybe an installation and setup guide would be welcome from the community? It did get tv app of the year award i am led to believe, yet surprisingly there is very little out there on it.
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post Nov 24 2007, 06:54 PM
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Id (also) like to see a guide on devices with drivers for windows (i.e. my logitech chillstream Xbox style controller)
Ive also got an external soundcard itd be nice to have more control over.
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post Dec 29 2007, 05:12 PM
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i want to see a guide that can take you step by step on how to install linux ubuntu onto a playstation 3 system.
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post Oct 2 2008, 01:57 PM
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I would like to see a guide on how to get USB key to work on RedHat 9, including what to do if Kernel does not recognize USB mass storage.
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post Oct 2 2008, 05:50 PM
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wrjamesjr,
Welcome to Linuxhelp. FWIW RH 9 is obsolete and will not have out of the box support for the latest hardware nor any of the features found in the newest distributions.
If you are not using RH 9 for some legacy applications I would suggest installing the latest Fedora.
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post Jan 8 2011, 02:43 AM
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yess Ok Thankss!


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post Aug 5 2011, 04:05 AM
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Guide to GRUB:
1) Finding correct details to partition and adding entries to menu.lst
2) Using commandline to boot a partition using GRUB
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post Jan 12 2013, 05:08 AM
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post Feb 27 2016, 09:29 PM
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Am total newbee. I was worried about computer compatibility. Took a guess and got a very common processor and video driver and it was all compatible. Would a list of compatible hardware be good?
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post Nov 17 2016, 09:35 AM
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OK ... A guide that I think might be good is this:

1. How to obtain domain a name and register it. (How to point it to ZoneEdit.com if it is not a static IP.)

2. Setup a fully fuctional gateway server (Home / Small Business) that contains everything you need to make it do the following:

a. Be a Firewall (2 NICs, one connected to your cable/DSL modem ... the other to your internal network). Allow all your internal PCs go to the internet.

b. Be a Webserver. Serve pages for your new domain name.

c. Be an E-mail server for your newly obtained domain. Have Spam and Anti Virus protection and webmail.

e. Be a DHCP server for your internal Network.

f. Be a Caching DNS server (if you had to use zone edit) or your Primary Master DNS server (if you have a static IP) ... and be the DNS server for your internal network.

g. Be a Samba Primary Domain Controller (PDC) for your Windows computers on your internal network.

I am going to be working on such a guide ... with pieces of it already being done and posted here (the following are already done - Webserver {which needs some work}, the Mail server, the DNS server and Samba PDC).

May next part of it will be the DHCP server...then the firewall. Then a document to tie it all together.

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post Sep 12 2017, 09:44 AM
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When I log into my web server via SSH I see the information:
88 packages can be updated.
80 updates are security updates
I tried apt-get update then apt-get upgrade but each time I log in I still see the message about updates. How do I install them?
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