I’m slowly but surely getting into this whole Linux thing and installed Fedora Core 4 for the first time last night (I’ve already played around with Mandrake, Suse and a couple of others).
The installation was smoooooth and only took about half an hour. I even managed to get my no-name TV card up and running, though that took a little while.
Anyway, three things stumped me and hopefully one of you has some quick answers for me.
Is there a way to make the terminal open when you’re looking in a certain folder? In Mandrake you just right-click and the option is there.
I used to use the command “mc” to open a text based file manager in the terminal, but that command doesn’t seem to work with Red Hat.
At one stage the whole thing froze, and all I could do was a hard reset. Are there any cunning “escape” key combinations in Linux?
Thanks a lot for your help.