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where can i download or print information on unix so that i may get a basic concept of its purpose, practicality, and applications?
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Arnond, i tried to find those sites but i could not are they correctly written or am i not using my brain properly?
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Arnond, i tried to find those sites but i could not are they correctly written or am i not using my brain properly?
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