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Full Circle issue 14

Full Circle issue 14

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Full Circle magazine
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 JVC MINI RELOADEDSOREN HANSEN
 THE INDEPENDENT MAGAZINE FOR THE UBUNTU COMMUNITY
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COMMAND & CONQUER!
GIMP PART 3PUT PHOTOS ON YOUR IPODMAKE A PLUG 'N' PLAY ZONECREATE YOUR OWN SERVER 6- WE START BYSHOWING YOU WHAT NOT TODO IN THE CONSOLE
MEET YOUR NEW FRIEND: THE COMMAND LINE.
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p.04What Not To Type & Man Pagesp.06Create a Plug 'n' Play Zonep.08Server Series - Part 6p.12GIMP - Part 3p.14Put Photos On Your iPodp.17: Excited in Indiap.19:First Impressions Lastp.21: JVC Mini Reloadedp.23: Soren Hansenp.26p.28p.29p.30p.32p.33: Space Gamesp.34p.36
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 The articles contained in this magazine are released under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0Unported license. This means you can adapt, copy, distribute and transmit the articles but only under the followingconditions: You must attribute the work to the original author in some way (at least a name, email or URL) and to thismagazine by name ('full circle magazine') and the URL www.fullcirclemagazine.org (but not attribute the article(s) in any way thatsuggests that they endorse you or your use of the work). If you alter, transform, or build upon this work, you must distribute theresulting work under the same, similar or a compatible license. 
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Many people are hesitant to switch to Linux, because they fearhaving to learn and use text commands to accomplish tasks, insteadof interacting soley with a mouse-driven graphical user interface.Although modern Linux distributions, such as Ubuntu, can be runwithout the need for typing commands, simple-to-learn and easy-to-use commands often make even novice's tasks easier to accomplishthan could be done with the mouse. As one reader (Cibby) points outin a letter (page 31), using DOS commands on PCs back in the (good?)old days was no big deal. So, why fear Linux commands?Starting this month we want to dispel the myth of the difficultcommand line. In , Robert Clipsham is startingoff by telling you the basics, how to get help in the command line,and, most importantly, what not to type in the command line! Fromnext month, he will start discussing the easy, and probably most used,commands - working his way up to the more difficult and esoteric ones.Our series continues, and David Lamb wantsto know what you would like him to discuss in the future, so pleasedrop him an email. His email address is at the end of his article.Enjoy the issue and keep in touch!Editor, Full Circle Magazineronnie@fullcirclemagazine.org
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Ubuntu is a complete operatingsystem that is perfect for laptops,desktops and servers. Whether athome, school or work Ubuntucontains all the applications you'llever need including word processor,email application and web browser.You do not pay anylicensing fees. You can download,use and share Ubuntu with yourfriends, family, school or businessfor absolutely nothing.Once installed, your system is readyto use with a full set of productivity,internet, drawing and graphicsapplications, and games.

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