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    Ok I'm going to download Red hat when I get back from work. I'm going to have it dual booting on my Pc. I want to play around with the code but I wouldn't really know what I'm doing. I'm going to have it dual booting with XP so if it all goes pair shaped I can still use my PC. Does anyone know of any decent tutorials on how to play with the code? What sort of things can you do? Anybody experienced with Linux?

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    what way do you mean "play with the code"?

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    Well what I mean by playing around with code is that its open source and you can change stuff in the code.

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    First thing would be to learn a programming language. One's that I'd recommend for use in Linux would be C or Perl.
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    i don't know in what language is the kernel written but he seems to be talking about compiling his own kernel.

    best man to explain abt it all to u will be Bern but i wonder where he is these days.
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    He's been extremely busy.

    The kernel is C, gnome is C and kde is C++.

    If it's kernel compiling you want to try have a look at the Kernel-HOWTO, for info on how the kernel works see The Linux Kernel.

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