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Subject:Re: Learning UNIX From:arobinso -at- altera -dot- com To:techwr-l Date:Wed, 20 Sep 2000 14:23:41
Thank you for all of your suggestions and encouragement!
I already bought a UNIX book (The Complete Idiot's Guide to UNIX).
I don't need to use UNIX at my current job, but I'd like to learn it
anyway. One of our sys admins here said that he would not recommend
installing both UNIX and Windows on one system. But he did say that he'll
give me access to a UNIX machine at work. Problem solved!