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Johnnie Said:IT NETWORKING PLZZ HELP>>>?
We Answered:It sounds like you are taking a course or learning about networking. Therefore, try working with your fellow classmates or seeking guidance from the instructor.
The only way you will truly learn and understanding networking is if you actively participate and not seek 'a proper solution' from others online.
Danielle Said:ipc in linux a case study?
Warren Said:How many CompTIA certifications can I wipe out in just 70 days of study?
We Answered:it would depend on how much of the actual material you already know. you can get a list of objectives for the exams at compTIA's website. http://www.comptia.org/home.aspx
im currently studying for the A+ (i wanna do it first then study the others: network+ security+ server+ and linux+ are the ones i want to be certified in, for now anyway.) i thought that the A+ would be super easy, but it surprisingly hard. i have some experience with internal hard ware of the computer, and stuff like that but its still a lil difficult. but each person has their own level of knowledge about computers. i would suggest checking out the website for a list of objectives. then you will know what you need to know and be able to say for yourself whether you think you will be able to pass the tests before 12-31-10
also, check out freeaplus.com
Debra Said:Is Linux System Administration worth trying in my case?
We Answered:Try RHCE, Age wont be a problem.
Bill Said:I am thinking about trying to join the Navy when I get out of college, but I have a few questions?
We Answered:the AA will cancel out the fact that you do not have a traditional HS diploma.
as long as you meet all the other requirements, you will be fine.
Carmen Said:Could u give me some material about the comparative case study of Linux and Windows XP?
We Answered:for linux please visit
for windows xp
Chris Said:How hard is it to dual-boot Ubuntu and Windows?
We Answered:Installing Ubuntu as a dual-boot with Windows without partitioning
You keep Windows as it is, Wubi only adds an extra option to boot into Ubuntu. Wubi does not require you to modify the partitions of your PC, or to use a different bootloader, and does not install special drivers. It works just like any other application.
Wubi keeps most of the files in one folder, and if you do not like it, you can simply uninstall it as any other application.
Boot in to windows insert the Ubuntu 10.04 LiveCD (if you have no CD Drive Wubi is available as a standalone Download) http://wubi-installer.org/ and you will offered the option of installing inside windows which is where the Wubi installer comes in, you will be asked how many gigabytes you wish to allocate to Ubuntu (I recommend 8gb) then you set a password for your installation then click install and thats it.
Once Ubuntu is fully installed upon starting your PC you will be given a choice of which operating system you want to use Windows or Ubuntu
Ubuntu 10.04 Download
Ubuntu 10.04 (Lucid Lynx) User Guide
If you do have a CD Drive Linux Mint 9 which is built upon Ubuntu 10.04 has a similar feature called mint4win and the directions given above for Wubi can be followed
Linux Mint 9 Download
Linux Mint 9 User Guide Download pdf.
Ubuntu 10.04 and Linux Mint 9 can also be run straight from the LiveCD without touching your Hard drive