Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 6th Jan 2006 22:22 UTC, submitted by letsrock
Linux "Linux is not Windows, and although there are some similarities, you must realize that there may be a few 'new ways of doing things' to learn before you can be comfortable in Linux. Linux is an open-source clone of UNIX, a secure operating system that predates DOS and Windows and is designed for multiple users. The items in the following list generally apply to any UNIX-based *nix system, such as Linux and the various BSD's. For the purposes of this article, assume that it's all Linux."
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RE[3]: Errors
by Chris on Sat 7th Jan 2006 09:27 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: Errors"
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"I did get one thing out of it. I never knew xkill could be activated with ctl+alt+escape!"

Neither did I... but it's not working for me. I'm using xfce on top of Ubuntu 5.10-- maybe xfce doesn't support it an gnome & kde do.

Same here in GNOME on my old Mandrake 10.1 system

I believe it's a kde only feature..

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