More Linux Resources
The full text of this presentation (along with all of these links) is
available online at http://www.tir.com/~sorceror/mdlug/preso.html.
Each bullet point is a link to a page with explanations, more detail,
and links to further information. The Metro Detroit Linux Users
Group's home page is at http://www.mdlug.org/.
Linux for Free
The Linux Giveaway List is at http://visar.csustan.edu/. Linux
users from around the world offer to mail you their Linux CDs if you
pay for the postage. You don't usually get the most recent stuff that
way, but it's nearly free.
A partial list of businesses that sell Linux materials:
Linux Documentation & Information
The Linux Documentation Project at http://www.linuxdoc.org/ has
huge amounts of information on all things Linux. One page to visit is
the Linux INFO-SHEET at http://www.linuxdoc.org/HOWTO/INFO-SHEET.html,
which contains a thorough summary of Linux's features. The Linux Myth
Dispeller at http://www.KenAndTed.com/KensBookmark/linux/index.html
and the Linux Anti-FUD FAQ at http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Hills/9267/fud2.html
address common myths and misconceptions about Linux.
Other sites to visit include http://www.linux.org/, http://www.linuxresources.com/,
http://www.debian.org/, and http://www.redhat.com/.
C-NET has recently set up an introductory site on Linux at
Some helpful tips on installation can be found at http://heather.cs.ucdavis.edu/~matloff/linux.html.
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