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how do I TRACK LINUX LIVE DISCS VIA THE COMMAND LINE trying to figure out how to set up code to do this
im a beginner with linux. i have just started using ubuntu 8.10.how can i learn more about using the command line and it's commands????????
(1) I have downloaded the curl for Solaris 9 at ftp://ftp.sunfreeware.com/pub/freeware/sparc/9/curl-7.19.4-sol9-sparc-local.gz into my windows PC. Then I upload it into my remote Solaris 9 server at /home/myhome. (2) then I login to remote server and issue the command in my home directory $gunzip...