[clug] Re: Software Feedom Day - Linux problem-solving guide
lloy0076 at adam.com.au
Mon Sep 17 05:27:04 GMT 2007
> What seems to be needed is a list with chip (IC) codes, which are
> compatible and which are not. This is a problem with digital television
> cards. There are only a few ICs, but nobody seems to exactly know
> which ones are supported, which ones are not.
Sorry, but I just want things to work; I really don't have the time to
explain to new comes how to find out chip codes. I'm not entirely
certain I could quickly (and I've been a computer enthusiast for around
25 years now).
> One more thing to add to the list: d) how to use Unix/Posix/Linux
> command line commands. To help about that I tried to write a simple
> guide, google <"command line commands" Mattila>, the URL is very long.
> The original text at UC is gone.
If they just want to do e-mail, watch videos from YouTube and
participate on MySpace -- and occasionally do homework with Open Office
when they finally get forced to -- why on earth would they want to learn
command line commands?
Just some food for thought :)
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