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    Default A Frustrated User's Guide to Linux by Andrew Dorney

    I was chatting with Andrew18 on IRC last evening and he shared some work he is putting together. We all know that Andrew is a technical writer, so, it's excellent material

    Head over to A Frustrated User's Guide to Linux for "Compiling a Custom Linux Kernel" and "WIFI with ndiswrapper".

    Looks like there are to be at least 15 more chapters; can't wait.
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    Default Re: A Frustrated User's Guide to Linux by Andrew Dorney

    Props to Andrew! Excellent tuitorial.

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    Default Re: A Frustrated User's Guide to Linux by Andrew Dorney

    Quote Originally Posted by snakedriver View Post
    Looks like there are to be at least 15 more chapters; can't wait.
    Thanks, snakedriver. I hope to cover a bunch of topics in Linux theory (explaining how the kernel works, how the x-server works, how applications interact with each other, etc.), as well as go into some practical problem solving methods to get the most out of a situation when something breaks. And then, of course, I'll have some specific step-by-step tutorials, like the kernel and ndiswrapper tutorials.
    I will not fear. Fear is the mind-killer. Fear is the little-death that brings total obliteration. I will face my fear. I will permit it to pass over me and through me. ... Where the fear has gone there will be nothing. Only I will remain.

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