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By jonsf1 ·
Can someone tell me where to get the tutorial about how to setup Unix or Linux on the Internet? (Not book store).

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by alexei In reply to New to Unix and Linux

To start with:
http://www.linux.org/docs/index.html

After you have installed a Linux system, you may find tonns of documentation in /usr/doc folder.

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by rich_na In reply to New to Unix and Linux

Hmm - your question is so broad I'm not excatly sure what you are getting at. If you want instructinos for installing the OS on a machine, the brief instructions that come with solaris or a linux (such as red hat) about how to bootstrap the installgenerally get you to a point where you have the operating system running with out much effort. Configuration after that depends on what you want to do next.
See http://www.redhat.org/support/manuals/RHL-7-Manual/install-guide/ for the red hat install guide

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by soleblazer In reply to New to Unix and Linux

Hands DOWN, the best internet site for Linux is linuxnewbie.org. You should see thier Discussion forumsn, thousands of people posting away, they also have what are called NHF's (Newbieized help files), sounds corny but you can learn alot, even advanced stuff at that site.

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