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can anybody tell me from where i can begin learning linux?

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get yourself a copy of LINUX flavour like ubuntu! try it ! experimenting is the best way to learn!
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the best way to learn linux is to get hold of a copy and try it out.
m trying to learn it too, come together and i have installed Ubuntu 11.04 ready! come on
Take an old desktop and install it. Play with it, any good files, save a copy on another machine, if you goof it up, reinstall it. Have fun!

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