Well, throwing caution to the wind is never a good idea at any time. We 
are talking about a little research such as getting familiar with a new 
screenreader, learning about what hot keys do what, a totally new 
directory structure, etc. Linux is similar to Windows in the gnome 
desktop is a lot like Windows complete with a start menu, similar 
looking and functioning Office products, etc. In another way Linux is 
alien in it uses a Unix-style file structure with binary files in 
/usr/bin, library files in /usr/lib, shared components like sounds and 
docs in /usr/shared, etc. I'd recommend any user run Linux off of the 
live cd before ever installing it. The live cd will run slow, doesn't 
have good stuff like gnome-mud, etc but you can learn the os with that 
and find out stuff without actually crashing and burning an installed os 
doing experimentation.

K. Matthew wrote:
> You know. I'm fixing to throw caution to the wind and just throw on Linux on
> this rig.  I'm getting tired of windows it's so childish.  I need something
> more complex.  And I'm considering on building a new server with Clark
> Connect as the Server OS.
> Matt.

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