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Old 24th September 2008
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Default Would BSD be right to learn networking?

Hello everyone,

I have no knowledge on any BSD and no knowledge on any Linux. I would like to learn networking. Before we start. If this is in the wrong section, will someone please move it to it's proper place?

Would networking be more suitable to learn on BSD, or any Unix, or Linux, or none from those? I have a Vista system. I don't use Vista. I downgraded to XP Pro. When I downgraded. I had to get the XP drivers because very few drivers regonzied. Would any OS of BSD, Unix, Linux, and such give me trouble to recognize? I would like a dual boot. I have C for XP, and H for my downloads. I have H the biggest drive because I download more. I don't have a floppy. Don't have a CD-ROM. I have a DVD burner. Yes, I can burn CD's. I don't have any DVD's left. I have plenty of CD's.

Any questions, please feel free to ask me. I do have a printer but hardly no ink to actually print out some tutorials to set me up. I am sorry. I am on a budget and a fixed budget.
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