You did it wrong? Wink
Entirely possible, though it seems pretty straight-forward.
As far as the command line, I have been told it is a much better tool, just a lot for a newbie to learn.
I have found some free ebooks on Linux, but so far not a lot on the command line. I hope to be able to learn more as I use Linux.
This seems to be a more common problem with more newbies like me getting interested in Linux because of the GUI. The GUI make it easy for a new person, but so far my experience has been that I have not been able to get a Linux distro set up properly without the command line.
I am not complaining, just a lot to get used to and learn, and I have wondered if Linux is still in kind of a "gray" area between being fully usable with GUI, and the older versions that had to have command line to run at all.
Also kind of funny with my very limited experience, how different distros seem to do different things better. I actually like the Ubuntu DE better, but so far have found LinuxMint has had fewer issues for what I have needed. I'm not saying the LinuxMint DE is bad.
At any rate, I appreciate all the help and replies.