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Linux 2019 Easy Guide for Beginners to Learn the Linux Operating System and Linux Command Line. 99 tips and tricks included.


If for some reason you're scared of ditching Windows OS for Linux then this is for you. We all know the misconception most people have about Linux OS. To some a complicated interface with lots of command lines while others like to assume Linux is reserved for experts especially programmers.
Far from it! Linux has been rebranded and this has seen simpler and better versions surface the internet. You can perform whatever you want on Linux without experiencing any hitch. Whether you're just getting started or a programmer, this guide takes your fear away.
Chapter by chapter all is simplified to ensure you get hold of the idea and start operating a Linux system like a pro. We will show you what you've been missing and why not Windows but Linux is the best OS.
Whether you're a novice or a programmer, Tighten your seat belt as we show you how to execute a whole lot of tasks and functions on Linux.
Here's what this guide have in store for you:

How To Install Linux
Why you shouldn't Use both Linux and Windows at the same time
Tips to choose the best Linux distros
Linux file system
Permission and file naming rule
Linux Vs other operating system
99 Linux Tips and Tricks


This Linux guide provides an organise learning platform to help you easily understand the technical part of the project. It's packed with lots of commands which help you execute file in the twinkle of an eye.
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Cheers Boz!

Time to get my learn on.
Word of advice, you may want to use VMs (e.g. Virtual Box) and not native installs if you are a 'noob'.

I knew someone who wiped their data drive when they were trying out Linux some time ago and it can make reverting changes easier with the use of 'snapshots' so you can experiment more.
tech347522/09/2019 19:41

Word of advice, you may want to use VMs (e.g. Virtual Box) and not native …Word of advice, you may want to use VMs (e.g. Virtual Box) and not native installs if you are a 'noob'.I knew someone who wiped their data drive when they were trying out Linux some time ago and it can make reverting changes easier with the use of 'snapshots' so you can experiment more.



Thanks
Thanks Boz..
tech347522/09/2019 19:41

Word of advice, you may want to use VMs (e.g. Virtual Box) and not native …Word of advice, you may want to use VMs (e.g. Virtual Box) and not native installs if you are a 'noob'.I knew someone who wiped their data drive when they were trying out Linux some time ago and it can make reverting changes easier with the use of 'snapshots' so you can experiment more.


They can also run a live copy to try out and get used to it. The easiest one is ubuntu. I haven't used Windows for years as it's terrible in comparison to Linux flavours.
sashablue22/09/2019 20:18

They can also run a live copy to try out and get used to it. The easiest …They can also run a live copy to try out and get used to it. The easiest one is ubuntu. I haven't used Windows for years as it's terrible in comparison to Linux flavours.


Unless you're using a potato, I would still use a VM as it allows you to freely use the distro and is still isolated (no accidental DDing from /dev/random to /dev/sda).

I personally use a mixture of different OSs based on my needs, heck the most recent OS I purchased was Amiga OS 3.1.4.
Edited by: "tech3475" 22nd Sep
Only free if you have Kindle Unlimited, otherwise £2.45
Supatramp22/09/2019 20:54

Only free if you have Kindle Unlimited, otherwise £2.45


Thanks Yes it's gone ... I've expired the post
Boz22/09/2019 20:57

Thanks Yes it's gone ... I've expired the post


Yep, missed it too. :-(

Ahhhhhhhhh well, lol, maybe next time. :-)
amour3k23/09/2019 13:59

Yep, missed it too. :-(Ahhhhhhhhh well, lol, maybe next time. :-)


Hopefully it will get relisted
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