My beginning



KGIII

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I hope to learn step by step and become better.
That puts you ahead of many people.

Many people don't realize that it's a learning curve. They think they'll just start using Linux and their Windows knowledge is applicable. It's not. Linux isn't Windows and so you've got a lot to learn to get truly proficient.

If you enjoy learning, it won't be too bad.
 

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@Fordebk
from one newby to another Welcome to the forums

Bwiz
 

Alexzee

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Linux does require a commitment and it sounds like you're well on your way.

Welcome to Linux.org- :)
 

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G'day @Fordebk and welcome glad to have you accompany us on the road of Linux with its many forks of other paths to meander down and follow as you journey down the road for all paths crisscross the road.
Step by step is the way knowledge accrues.
 

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Hello everyone !

It's very nice all these messages, thank you.

What got you started on your GNU/Linux journey?
Not so much. I've tried some command lines, used gdebit to install some packages, and little other things. Linux seems to be pretty extended, learn that will take time.

I'll ask you some help on my other topic I think, the problem reappared but differently.

If you enjoy learning, it won't be too bad.
I hope :)


I think I have already welcomed you at your support thread here
Exactly ! And thanks again. I've fought it would be great to write a message in the member introductions section.
 
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