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Posted on 2003-10-29
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hi
i began in learning linux  and i want a free linux source for training  purpose.
thanks
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by:troopern
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Why not Install a box for yourself to learn with?, it's much better for learning.
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or why not thinking of some linux on a CD or a Floppy have a look on those http://dilbert.physast.uga.edu/~andy/minilinux.html and http://bengross.com/smallunix.html

So no installation just run it up with CD or Floppy, and have a taste of linux before you install a real one, even a linux firewall on a floppy you can try :)
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by:hatimad
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well I know your question have been answered but you might also want to try

telnet arbornet.org
telnet cyberspace.org

type it at command prompt in windows, as far as I remember they give shell accounts, I started there in 1997

HTH
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by:asad72
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many thanks for replay
i 'm lready a member in cyberspace.org but i used the unix commands is it possible to use the linux command there?
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