For those who would like to get "Open Source" citizenship :)

71010 certified - for those who would like to get "open source" citizenship :)

During past few years, I have been in touch with many Linux related resources. Here are few from my bookmarks:

1. Some kind of a manual. Contains common answers to Linux newcomers.
URL: http://www.jediknight.com/~smpoole/wintips.html

2. Another “tutorial”. It explains what, where, why, how etc. Also for those who recently have got themselves into *nix systems.
URL: http://en.tldp.org/HOWTO/DOS-Win-to-Linux-HOWTO.html

3. This article contains the list of common used Windows applications and their Linux alternatives (which are in most cases better then their Redmond mates!).
URL: http://www.linuxlinks.com/article/20070701111340544/Equivalents.html
Tip: check out http://linuxlinks.com for more resources 😉

4. Most valuable thing if you need to access your Linux partitions from Windows. Currently suported: Windows NT 4.0/2000/XP/2003/Vista (both x86 and x64 platform)
URL: http://www.fs-driver.org/download.html

5. Similar thing to FS-Driver mentioned above, except it’s built for accessing your Windows partitions from Linux OSs.
URL: http://www.linux-ntfs.org/doku.php?id=downloads
Tip: for help, read documentation from the menu shown left on their page.

Hope this helped 🙂

King regards!
Nix