There are a bunch of operating systems that use the core of Linux. Varieties of it can be seen in almost all electronic gadgets - from PC’s to servers and also cellular phones and PDAs. Let’s take a peek of what is in store for Linux beginners and where you can take advantage of it.
An introduction of Linux is for those who are curious about this free operating system and may want to give it a try. No previous knowledge of open source programs is assumed. Learn who created Linux, when and why? Also, discover the philosophy behind it in a brief Linux introduction history.
If you’ve decided to give open source software a try, starting with a free operating system, but are still unsure what to expect, read this Linux beginner’s guide.
Looking for some examples of Windows Being Dumped for Linux to make your smug Windows fan-boy friend shut up? If so, this is the place to get what you need.
Red Hat Inc., headquartered at Raleigh, North Carolina, is one the top vendors and distributors of Linux. It was founded in 1993 and is now a global entity with offices across the world. Its flagship product is Red Hat Enterprise Linux, an enterprise operating system.
Want to take advantage of the most recent features of Skype in Ubuntu or other Debian-based Linux? It’s easy, but there may be some back-versioning of libraries needed for Ubuntu 9.04 and 9.10. Let’s walk through the steps involved in downloading, installing, and using Skype for voice and IM.
You may have heard that a Linux system cannot get a virus. If you want to find out if that is true, then keep reading.
If you want to get set up with Enlightenment Linux this guide can get you going without any trouble.
If you have gotten your Linux system up and running with the basics, but you want more software this piece can help you to find it.
The first article in our series will explain what package management and dependency hell are, the reasons why package management is needed and what a package manager does.