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Hi, And welcome to Linux.

Yes, it is very much still free--both as in "free of cost," and as in
"freedom to use, study, modify, and give away." Most of us prize the
latter meaning more--but that's a subject for another day.

There are many ways to get Linux. You have a bewildering number of
choices. In the long run at least, that is a good thing, though it may
bewilder at this point.

For one path to installation assisted only by your speech synthesizer
take a look at:


Good luck.

Chris Norman writes:
> Hi all,
> I am new to this list so I'll just do the introduction bit.
> My name is Chris Norman, and I am 15 years old.
> That said, I'm looking to get into Linux.
> Can I have some information on Linux's opperation? Is it totally command line based? is it still open-source? If so, what language? Where can I get either the source or bineries from pleasE? and how do I install.
> Cheers,
> Chris Norman
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