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crshd
When it comes to Linux reference, there's no way past the Archlinux wiki:
http://wiki.archlinux.org

Gentoo also has some nice documentation:
http://wiki.gentoo.org

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yrmt
The FreeBSD and OpenBSD handbooks are awesome.
Reki
(24-07-2012, 11:51 AM)Beastie Wrote: The FreeBSD and OpenBSD handbooks are awesome.

Very true. I learned a lot about jails, X, and other neat stuff from the FreeBSD handbook alone.
Dritz
I think the Arch wiki is one of those things you can use to measure how advanced of a Linux user a person is:

'How often do you use the arch wiki?'

'What's that?'

'Oh, never mind.... You use Ubuntu don't you?'

'Yeah! How did you guess!!!?'

'Don't worry about it...'

LOL
"Willful ignorance is a crime"
FreeBSD
(04-09-2012, 02:22 AM)Dritz Wrote: I think the Arch wiki is one of those things you can use to measure how advanced of a Linux user a person is:

'How often do you use the arch wiki?'

'What's that?'

'Oh, never mind.... You use Ubuntu don't you?'

'Yeah! How did you guess!!!?'

'Don't worry about it...'

LOL

Bahahaha I lmfao in IRL so bad
I do Byte
TheShadowFog
(04-09-2012, 02:22 AM)Dritz Wrote: I think the Arch wiki is one of those things you can use to measure how advanced of a Linux user a person is:

'How often do you use the arch wiki?'

'What's that?'

'Oh, never mind.... You use Ubuntu don't you?'

'Yeah! How did you guess!!!?'

'Don't worry about it...'

LOL


My sides are exploding.
D9u
Here's a site I like for networking and server issues.
I just ignore the stuff pertaining to linode.

http://library.linode.com/

I just found this *nix utilities cheat sheet on yc.
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Edit: fixed image URL
BSD is what you get when a bunch of Unix hackers sit down to try to port a Unix system to the PC.
Linux is what you get when a bunch of PC hackers sit down and try to write a Unix system for the PC.
Okeg
(04-09-2012, 02:22 AM)Dritz Wrote: I think the Arch wiki is one of those things you can use to measure how advanced of a Linux user a person is:

'How often do you use the arch wiki?'

'What's that?'

'Oh, never mind.... You use Ubuntu don't you?'

'Yeah! How did you guess!!!?'

'Don't worry about it...'

LOL

lol




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