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I can tell you're eager and anxious to get going, but you need to take a breath and slow down.

I wish Linux was at the point where a few hours search on the web would solve any newbie's problem, but it's often not that easy. Plus, you're posting on a list where such questions are off topic — you're not likely to find people here who are inclined to help — you need to look in some other places.

Go to Wikilearn.LugListingsAndInformation and follow some of the links to find a LUG (Linux User Group) somewhere near you.

Go to Wikilearn.LinuxResources and follow some of those links to find some documentation suitable to your current level of knowlege.

One more thing — before you post to a mail list, you should lurk (read messages without posting) for a few days or longer to get a sense of what the list is about.

Good luck! Randy Kramer

PS: If you find ommissions, mistakes, or better resources, please learn how to edit WikiLearn and make appropriate additions / corrections.

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