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Issue #14 - June 2008
JVC MINI RELOADED
SOREN HANSEN
THE INDEPENDENT MAGAZINE FOR THE UBUNTU COMMUNITY
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COMMAND & CONQUER!
GIMP PART 3

PUT PHOTOS ON YOUR IPOD
MAKE A PLUG 'N' PLAY ZONE
CREATE YOUR OWN SERVER 6

- WE START BY SHOWING YOU WHAT NOT TO DO IN THE CONSOLE

MEET YOUR NEW FRIEND: THE COMMAND LINE.
Full Circle magazine is not affiliated with or endorsed by Canonical Ltd.
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Many people are hesitant to switch to Linux, because they fear
having to learn and use text commands to accomplish tasks, instead
of interacting soley with a mouse-driven graphical user interface.
Although modern Linux distributions, such as Ubuntu, can be run
without the need for typing commands, simple-to-learn and easy-to-
use commands often make even novice's tasks easier to accomplish
than could be done with the mouse. As one reader (Cibby) points out
in 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 difficult
command line. In

, Robert Clipsham is starting
off by telling you the basics, how to get help in the command line,
and, most importantly, what not to type in the command line! From
next 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 wants
to know what you would like him to discuss in the future, so please
drop him an email. His email address is at the end of his article.

Enjoy the issue and keep in touch!
Editor, Full Circle Magazine
ronnie@fullcirclemagazine.org
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