Recommend me good SNMP software
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 11, 2013
Please recommend snmp software for Linux/Unix, I am trying to learn about them. Thanks
New to Linux...could someone recommend a good book for beginners?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 19, 2010
I've recently installed ubuntu and am struggling a little bit to get used to it. I know the forums are a great source of info and have been using them to solve the little nuisances I've come up against, but would really like a book I can read on the train and loo that will help me get the hang of this a bit faster.
I'm fairly I.T literate and have been working on VMS servers for the last 4 years, but unfortunately I have 0 experience with linux asides from running a few backup scripts and stopping and then restarting some java processes.
Anyone know of a good book that might be suitable, I really don't know whether to trust the reviews on amazon as I've found they've often been misleading.
Recommend me a book/ebook/website
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 22, 2014
I'm looking for recommendations on a newbie's guide to the world of *nix.
I'd consider my knowledge base in IT fairly solid, but up until now I have never truly taken any real effort to learn *nix based stuff, and I fancy a challenge. It's quite humbling actually how much of a newbie I feel in this foreign land!
One of the biggest time consumers I have faced here is that I have wasted so much time looking at and learning a particular part of nix only to find the information is outdated and has since been replaced, rendering my efforts much less...efficient.
I am well capable of using Google for look for answers but in my experience you cant substitute more focused expertise such as the community.
No replacement for experience and time/effort I know, but every little helps
1. Help give me a basic fundamental understanding of how the world of nix works, which doesn't change too much. I know this is a VERY broad question you have to start somewhere! Off the top of
please recommend a good book for iptables
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 11, 2006
I want to study iptables, so please recommend a good book for it. Thank you.
Recommend me a good book on Android
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 5, 2011
I am looking for a good book on developing android apps.
Thanks in advance.
Recommend me some good note taking software for Ubuntu
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 3, 2011
As above. Any feature full note taking programs that you find good. Any up and coming ones to keep an eye on?
recommend me a good terminal for Xwin?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 19, 2003
the konsole has small screen bugs and the font mess up the screen sometimes. Can someone recommend me a good terminal?
I know xterm is good but it's weak in i18n and I cannot see 2-byte codes characters.
Recommend me some good music (artists) to listen to...
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 7, 2011
I like Smooth Jazz stuff; some modern rock; acoustic rock; World music (mainly from Africa--central and west);
Can you recommend me some artist )popular and some not popular--I like to discover new artists.
Recommend Me A Good Older Laptop
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 28, 2014
I've decided that I want a 2nd 'puter- and I think I'll make it my first laptop. Want to get something used, probably no more than $150.
Please give me some recs as to what are some good sturdy "workhorse" older laptops. I'm going to install Slackware on it, and use it as my platform to learn the ins and outs of slack. I'm not a gamer- so I just need pretty basic video and do want pretty decent sound...and a built-n DVD drive.
What makes and models have a reputation for enduring? Which should I avoid? I'd imagine at that price point, pretty much everything will be old enough to be Linux-compatible? Any ones with proprietary/problematic hardware/drivers that I should avoid?
Nothing too ancient...but it doesn't have to be state-of-the-art either.
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location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 29, 2014
Yes, a bit of difference between the business and home models.
The old Thinkpads were nice, the newer Lenovo thinkpads feel cheaper too.
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