I am looking for an easy to follow book which covers how to partition an hard drive for a Linux Operating System. Was hoping someone could recommend a book. thanks
on 12/23/2009 – Made popular on 12/23/2009
Actually,I am a newbie,a student in university in China.Last term,I have read a fundmental book about Red Hat linux.After that I have learned many basic operation .Then I want to learn more about Linux.I hope I can develop sofeware under Linux ,because I like the linux philosophy ,such as simplification,concentricity and open.
Now,this term we set up a curriculum named operating system,and we use
can someone recommend a book that explains the most important linux commands in detail?
i have found the book linux in a nutshell,though this book does not provide detailed explanation of the commands and their uses.i need a book that can provide practical uses.
I am running Ubuntu 14.04. My router is a Netgear R6200. I have a WD My Book 1T external HD plugged into the USB port on the router. I can see and use the WD My Book on my Windows Computer but cannot see it on my Linux Computers. I used to be able before my Belkin Router bit the big one.
I was not sure where to post this so I put it in programming talk. I have been wanting to learn C++ for a while now. I purchased a book a long time ago, at the least it was over 5 years ago. The book is SAMS Teach Yourself C++ in 24 hours Second Edition.
Basilisk Games maker of the award winning old-school RPG Eschalon: Book I released the Linux version of Eschalon: Book II.
“Eschalon: Book II is the sequel to 2007’s award winning RPG Eschalon: Book I, although no previous experience is needed to play and enjoy Book II.”
Download: [ Eschalon Book II Demo Version ]
My apologies if this is in the wrong thread, I am new here, and do hope someone can help me out. I recently purchased a new 3TB drive and connected it to my mac, and moved my 2 TB of data from my old NAS to this (was out of space on that drive). That drive, formatted in XFS, was then moved to my running Fedora 17 system that has been up for months.