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Having problems connecting to the Internet using Linux? You’re not alone. Those who are new to Linux find that Linux is a different language altogether from the typical operating system they’re used to. With so much connecting and booting, and altogether assembling of the computer, it is easy to miss something.
Some suggestions on getting you through the turmoil:
- Talk to an expert that you know. This could be a friend or family member or someone from you work who is a geek at this sort of thing. Don’t be afraid to ask around until you get an answer you think will help. If the person can come to your come, even better.
- Join a Linux Forum. Forums are organized to get answers to you quickly from folks that understand the intricacies of Linux.
- Try a newsworthy Linux blog. Blogs like this one are written by folks who love the tech stuff, and are usually prepared to spell it out in language a newbie geek can understand. Watch a Linux video tutorial or a quick Linux tutorial for answer to your questions.
- Websites are also good sources of information. Though not updated as frequently, they yet provide solutions to those hairy Internet problems as well as others you may encounter in the future. Search the directory to find an answer to your question, watch a video on the subject, or get involved within the web community. Find the latest how-to information at this website, for example.
Getting the computer help you need is really not difficult, but it does take some time and a bit of thought as you work your brain through the process.