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I'm VERY new to Linux but wanted to start from a GOOD start. Where can I find documentation about what does the options at the Red Hat setup really mean?

I mean, what IS the DOS/WINDOWS CONNECTIVITY, for example? This simple... That's all I want!
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Dos/windows connectivity is asking if you want to connect to a dos or windows machine over a network(to share drives and printers etc).
Don't sweat it too much, once you get it installed you can start xwindows(type startx) as root and you can easily change the packages you have installed.
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I know I can change my packages after the original instalation, but I what really need to know is a good place to read information about WHAT are the packages I can chose!
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