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Re: [school-discuss] Mac Linux network install failure
Am Thursday 10 October 2002 22:50 schrieben Sie:
> Les Richardson wrote:
> > These kind of things point out the fact that 3 things are
> > required: a) Hardware
> > b) Software
> > c) People trained to use them.
> > Like a three legged stool, the lack of any one and the whole
> > thing falls over.
> > [snip]
> Yup. I have decided that I could save a lot of time if I started a
> LUG at our school/church.
Real people to talk to, to ask, and to learn from are necessary
indeed. I had some clever and very lazy people around me when I
started to use Linux. They pointed me to the standard resources again
and again: man pages, HOWTOs, newsgroups and IRC. A LUG helps a lot
to adapt to the DIY oriented procedures of acquiring information the
Free Software approach provides. It can prevent "shortsighted"
beginners from ignoring them, which is happening far too often.
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