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    The mac 13
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    Hi! What type of Linux thats hard disk based that has auto hardware detection like http://slax.linux-live.org/download.php? PLS help, its for my Windoze machine! :teen: Thanks in advance!

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    The mac 13
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    Please help me i am falling in love with Linux!!!

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    hustla
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    lol thats a live CD alot of distributions are have auto hardware detection and can install on a hard drive

    Fedora Core 1-3
    Mandrake 10.1
    Suse 9.1 Personal
    Gentoo
    Ubuntu

    I currently use ubuntu

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    The mac 13
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    Quote Originally Posted by hustla
    lol thats a live CD alot of distributions are have auto hardware detection and can install on a hard drive

    Fedora Core 1-3
    Mandrake 10.1
    Suse 9.1 Personal
    Gentoo
    Ubuntu

    I currently use ubuntu
    Thanks man. will try em' out!. im impressed with linux. can anyone teach me the file extentions for linux?

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    hustla
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    Quote Originally Posted by The mac 13
    Thanks man. will try em' out!. im impressed with linux. can anyone teach me the file extentions for linux?
    yea for partitioning or what?

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    The mac 13
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    Quote Originally Posted by hustla
    yea for partitioning or what?
    not really.. like for setups n stuff.. like .exe, .tar.. :black:

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    shadov
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    There are really no file extensions on Linux (or any other Unix).

    If you have a text file or jpeg image file, it would be convenient to give it name that ends with .txt or .jpg. It makes things easier for yourself and some applications that you use may care about file extensions. The OS itself doesn't give a sh*t about how you name your files. What the OS cares about is file permissions.

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