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Learning Linux: All You Need To Know About The Basics Of Linux, Desktop Environments, Distributions & Open Source Projects
Many people are of the opinion that learning Linux is a complicated and technically overwhelming task, such is the complexity of open source operating systems. However, Linux is not simply a closed shop OS for expert computer users. Here in the Learning Linux topic we aim to dispel this myth by introducing all the basics of Linux – the plethora of desktop environments, distributions and applications. Discussing everything Linux, in a simple, no fuss, non technical manner. Learn the very basics if you are a beginner, and how to set up and tweak your desktop environment. Or learn advanced coding if you are more experienced. It's all inside!
Do you remember when Linux was trademarked, or the penguin emblem was introduced? Do you recall the name of Linux’s creator, or the first Chinese distro? Test your knowledge of Linux history now!
New to Linux? Find out how much you’ve picked up so far with our new quiz, which will test your knowledge and identify any areas that you need to work on…
Linux recovery can be a tedious task, if the damage is severe and if you don’t have the right Linux recovery tools. Fortunately, very often even a seemingly complex Linux crash and data damage can be dealt with pretty hassle-free with the right approaches for easy Linux recovery.
Learn the essential commands to configure and check the network status of your Linux system using the terminal command line.
With open source rapidly gaining in popularity, it’s important to distinguish between it and various other, similar terms that often get thrown around, particularly freeware. This article goes through and explains the definitions of these and other terms that have entered technology jargon.
Open source has been a bit of a buzzword lately, and with good reason: open source ideals are infecting everything from its traditional software base to hardware specifications to even textbooks. This article examines some recent open source textbook projects.