My post generated some unexpected stirrings. I probably didn’t make myself clear, but I am definitely not trying to suggest that today’s Linux = MS-DOS of yester-century. Especially with the Ubuntu environment of Linux, which looks just as fancy as the other OSes. I’m sure that you can install a lot of software and enact many actions through the Ubuntu GUI.
So I decided to go with VirtualBox to boot up Ubuntu. Of course, I’ve run into a new problem. Linux != Windows. It’s going to take me some time to get used to doing so many things from the command…
BUT, I have to give you guys a lot of credit. I did not know apt-get existed until your reblogs. I have been using it now, and it is amazing. Kind of like magic. I don’t fully understand it yet, but I’ll look deeper into it. Meanwhile, anyone know of any solid websites/tutorials that aggregates all these beginning linux tips in one place?