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Tutorial: Build a text-based Linux workstation

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This wonderful series of articles covers a single phase of building the text-only Linux system in each of the following articles:

Text system, Part 1
Text system, Part 2
Text system, Part 3
Text system, Part 4
Text system, Part 5
Text system, Part 6
Text system, Part 7
Text system, Part 8
Text system, Part 9
Text system, Part 10
Text system, Part 11
Text system, Part 12
Text system, Part 13
Text system, Part 14

From the first article:
I will show you how to take an old, slow computer and make it into a text-only Linux workstation with surprising capabilities, including document production, email, instant messaging, audio playback, USENET news, calendaring, and, yes, even web browsing.

Why would anyone want to build a text-only workstation? I don't know. Because we can! And besides, it's a great way to learn a bunch of command line stuff and that's why you're here, right?
[The following 'read more' link takes you to the entire group of articles in several pages, but, as of this post, they are out of order.]
 read more | mail this link | score:9043 | -Ray, March 22, 2010
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