"Linux is only free if your time has no value."
Linux is very extensively documented, but there is such an overwhelming amount of documentation that it is difficult to find the information that you need to solve some problem or to figure out how to do something.
Always check the documentation that comes with your distribution first. And after you read any "generic" documentation.
General Linux Information
- You really need Partition Magic to resize your hard disk partition if you are planning on installing Linux on a computer that already has Windows installed. (Maybe not anymore, because current distributions now include this capability as part of their installation.)
- Slicing and dicing "The basics of running a second OS with a partitioned hard drive"
- Configure your system with Linuxconf. Linuxconf home page.
- Webmin is a web based system administration tool
- Share files and printers with Windows computers with Samba.
- Linux Hardware.net hardware oriented site.
More Help (Stuff I haven't figured out how to catagorize yet.)
Applications - Valuable things to do when you are past being a newbie.
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