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I'm a begineer in Linux. Can Linux setup run from CD like Windows ? Does Linux command same as Unix ? Thanks. Regards, Daniel...

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    I'm a begineer in Linux. Can Linux setup run from CD like Windows ?
    Does Linux command same as Unix ? Thanks.

    Regards,
    Daniel
    Daniel Guest

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    On 28 Sep 2003 09:41:52 -0700, Daniel Tan wrote: 

    Usually, a new install is from booting the cd. The installer takes
    over from there.
     

    Depends on the command. If you mean Linux pretty close to the uxix
    commands like ls, grep, ps, sed, ..... yes.
    Bit Guest

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    Daniel Tan wrote: 

    Yes Linux can be installed from CD though it isn't like windows.
    Linux actually gives you choices of what you want installed.

    Many of the Linux commands are the same as UNIX though there can
    be differences as well.

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    David Guest

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    Daniel Tan wrote:
     

    Yes, if you choose the right distribution.
     

    Does what what? Translation required.

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    Daniel Tan <net.my> wrote: 

    Go read some of the linux FAQs and howtos. Your question is completely
    incomprehensible to me, and therefore I deduce you have a terminology
    problem, which you will solve by reading one of the appropriate howtos.
    No - I don't know whhich you will like best. Maybe

    DOS-Win-to-Linux-HOWTO


     

    Uh ... where is "my"? Mexico? Malysia! Well, in malaysia you speak
    english! The above makes no sense in english. Did you mean "are linux
    commands the same as in Unix"? If so, the answer is: linux statisfies
    posix, more or less.

    Peter
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    Daniel Tan wrote:
     

    .... yes
    ..
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    David wrote:
     
    >
    >
    > Yes Linux can be installed from CD though it isn't like windows. Linux
    > actually gives you choices of what you want installed.
    >
    > Many of the Linux commands are the same as UNIX though there can be
    > differences as well.
    >[/ref]

    Also note that many basic operating system commands, such as ls, tar,
    gzip, ps, etc. use the more powerful BSD formats for things and include
    the GNU style options, rather than the decrepit and deserve-to-be-shot
    defaults of many of the genuine AT&T UNIX versions.

    For example, GNU tar by default strips the leading "/" when creating and
    when reading tar files. This allows you to un-tar them into a local
    directory rather than over-writiing your system's active versions of,
    for example, "/etc/passwd" when looking at a tar file for your old copy
    of /etc/passwd.

    Nico Guest

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