running slax, because im new to linux
I read the slack book which was very informational, learned a lot of stuff, just wondering if anyone had any suggestions as to what i can do with Slax that can be interesting and fulfilling, stuff like, strengthening security, exploring different commands, little things i can do through Konsole to get me more familiar with Back Tracks foundation. Thanks guys.
There is a plethora of things that one can do in order to learn linux.
Originally Posted by kooze
Getting the box setup is a learning process. Some good things to do would be to learn about moving, deleting, and copying files. Moving through directories.
Those are just some of the things one can do that would be considered basics. There are tons more things and I am sure others can provide them.
Also have a look at this thread and see what others may have read/ done.
EDIT: Also might wanna have a look here :
Check under the section on the main page called Beginner Help. There are some really informative articles that can help in getting started.
As well as the Linux Newbie Guide here: http://linuxnewbieguide.org/
Thanks for the advice archangel, ill be sure to check out that thread. I hope to get fluent with Linux as well as Back Track in the near future.
I have alot to read, thank you, these docs and threads you suggested will definitely help