Before starting a new thread, always search first to make sure your question hasn't already been answered somewhere else. The following are some great resources to help you get started:

Google, Linux Style
http://www.google.com/linux

The Linux Documentation Project
http://www.tldp.org/

I understand that repeats are annoying, but pointing someone to the linux site and saying you'll find the answer there is tantamount to "get lost". ; I think the idea of DANIweb is great and this is just an observation of the quality of the references i've seen lately in help responses...they of course will have a low likelyhood of being wrong and probably not expire...but:)

>pointing someone to the linux site and saying you'll find the answer there is tantamount to "get lost".
Obviously. If everyone found what they were looking for by googling, DaniWeb wouldn't exist. But I don't quite see your point here, because this thread is just supposed to be a general help before you start a new thread...

cool, there's a world of warcraft add by newegg right here.

when in doubt, google it.

Well I am just a new comer to the world of linux wanting to learn it, if any one want to give me suggestion that will help me in this learning procedure I will surely accept that .