[CentOS] What's the Linux equivelant of an exe file?

Thu Aug 4 17:47:06 UTC 2005
William A. Mahaffey III <wam at HiWAAY.net>

Dave Gutteridge wrote:

>> Dave, there is an article on the Internet that you must read.
>> Here is the link:
>> http://linux.oneandoneis2.org/LNW.htm
> Thank you for the article. However, I think you have missed my point. 
> I am not looking for Linux to be like Windows. Nor am I advocating any 
> approach that Windows does, or in favour of making any changes to make 
> Linux in any way like Windows.
> All I am saying is that I am an ex-Windows user who is trying to find 
> points of references so that I can understand how Linux works. 
> Actually, a long time ago I used to work regularly on an Irix system, 
> and Mac comes in and out of my life depending on my job. But as I've 
> been a regular user of Windows since, well, since there was Windows, I 
> can't help the fact that is has significantly shaped my perception of 
> how computers work in general.

Ahhhh !!!! Just harken back to (glorious, IMHO) IRIX, & you should be 
off to the races. Many common Linux command line commands are named for 
their IRIX equivalents, so the familiarity should return quickly.


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	William A. Mahaffey III
	Remember, ignorance is bliss, but
	willful ignorance is LIBERALISM !!!!