Category Archives: Helpful Sites

New Faves

I have a new favorite Linux book: Linux: Rute User’s Tutorial and Exposition by Paul Sheer. It can be read online, or can be downloaded. The PDF is laid out inconveniently for an e-reader, but the fabulous content more than … Continue reading

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DOSBox Games

A couple of days ago I was in the mood to play some of my old Windows games. I had no idea what it would involve, but I was determined to get it working. Since these are old Windows games, … Continue reading

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More Basic Commands

After practicing with the commands I learned last week, I feel a lot more confident using the Terminal. I practiced a lot in moving and renaming files and directories. I also created some new directories. At the beginning, I would … Continue reading

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Starting Ruby

I decided to go ahead and learn Ruby. When I was originally learning C++, sometimes I’d get bogged down or frustrated and need a break. When that would happen, I would go make a webpage in HTML and feel better. … Continue reading

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