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Who wants to learn or improve their Linux skills, a well reviewed book here for free in Kindle Format, the print version is £7.99.

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This operating system was born in 1991. There are a huge number of Linux operating systems, each of which offers one or another advantage. Different versions of the OS can make it difficult to choose and take a considerable amount of time to search for the necessary exactly for your tasks

Here you will find:
  • What is Linux and Why Use It?
  • Benefits of the Linux operating system,
  • How to choose the Linux Distributor,
  • How to get started with Linux,
  • How to connect Linux to the Internet,
  • What is Shell and how to use it?
  • About the text files with the text files
  • How to manage running processes,
  • And much more

Hope it helps someone.
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Thanks, love Linux, but doing almost anything using the command line gives me an instant headache. I mean just thinking of it gives me a headache (sorry, even tutorials don't help!)
Crossbow29/03/2020 15:09

Thanks, love Linux, but doing almost anything using the command line gives …Thanks, love Linux, but doing almost anything using the command line gives me an instant headache. I mean just thinking of it gives me a headache (sorry, even tutorials don't help!)


Haha you are like me then, I can get my way around the command line but its not my strongest suit by any stretch of imagination, whereas I have friends and colleagues who are absolute geeks on the command line and I always wonder how and admire them for it.
matwalaboy29/03/2020 15:12

Haha you are like me then, I can get my way around the command line but …Haha you are like me then, I can get my way around the command line but its not my strongest suit by any stretch of imagination, whereas I have friends and colleagues who are absolute geeks on the command line and I always wonder how and admire them for it.


What your friends have comes with plenty of practice I suppose. If I had a higher threshold to pain, I could possibly get to an acceptable level at least.
Crossbow29/03/2020 15:19

What your friends have comes with plenty of practice I suppose. If I had a …What your friends have comes with plenty of practice I suppose. If I had a higher threshold to pain, I could possibly get to an acceptable level at least.


yes thats true, they have been at it for a while now and enjoy it. Me, I am more of a simple GUI person - the complex dark world of the terminal gives me the creeps
Cheers.
Thanks for this.
Should be useful for me as need to see exactly how to use Linux and what it's capable of..
Did download Linux pre January 2020, but never learnt enough to make it my main O/S.
Sorry OP this isnt free unless you sign up for Kindle Unlimited (£7.99 per month after 2 months) otherwise its £2.36

You should really change the title to reflect this to avoid people mistakenly subscribing without understanding.


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Edited by: "MisterT9" 29th Mar
Kindle Unlimited Read for £0 vs buy on Kindle for £2.36. Whats the difference? Both are Kindle
Thanks
bras078229/03/2020 19:30

Kindle Unlimited Read for £0 vs buy on Kindle for £2.36. Whats the d …Kindle Unlimited Read for £0 vs buy on Kindle for £2.36. Whats the difference? Both are KindleThanks



See my post a few seconds ago
"the manual to learn the Linux operating system"
Welp

I'd like to intergect for a second...
Linux is not only an European window to talented computer geeks but a real free platform for emancipation.
MisterT929/03/2020 19:28

Sorry OP this isnt free unless you sign up for Kindle Unlimited (£7.99 per …Sorry OP this isnt free unless you sign up for Kindle Unlimited (£7.99 per month after 2 months) otherwise its £2.36You should really change the title to reflect this to avoid people mistakenly subscribing without understanding.[Image]


Just saw this now, it was free when I posted it this morning. Now expired. Thanks for letting me know.
MisterT929/03/2020 19:31

See my post a few seconds ago



Thanks. I must have been typing mine when you posted
Can confirm this was free.Just checked to make sure in my Amazon account and bought for £0.00.
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