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In a world where computing environments are milked to monetize, spy, and control their users, we need to turn to alternative choices in operating systems. Although major computer manufacturers would never include these platforms pre-installed on their machines, you as the user are only one install away from enjoying these open, free, reliable, and robust operating systems yourself...

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Develop a good working knowledge of Linux using both the graphical interface and command line across the major Linux distribution families with this free training course...

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At first glance, an operating system such as Linux may seem very complex and difficult to learn. The number of simultaneously operating and communicating elements is staggering. Additionally, when we take into account the dizzying number of seemingly different distributions, we may get a headache and the question “why are there so many”? Being a user of a commercial product from the Redmond giant, you can come to the conclusion that every distribution is different, like every version of Windows … but is it really so? In this article, I will introduce you, to the world of Linux...

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Learn the ways of Linux-fu, for free. Linux Journey was created to document the single journey I took to learn Linux, which is far from over. But, everyone's journey is a little different. We can further improve the knowledge of the greater Linux community through contribution and collaboration...

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The book "Linux Sea" offers a gentle yet technical (from end-user perspective) introduction to the Linux operating system, using Gentoo Linux as the example Linux distribution. It does not nor will it ever talk about the history of the Linux kernel or Linux distributions or dive into details that are less interesting for Linux users. For various topics, the online Gentoo Handbook offers a very detailed approach and as such is mandatory reading for any Gentoo Linux user who wants to know the full power of this Operating System...

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Linux is not a secure operating system. However, there are steps you can take to improve it. This guide aims to explain how to harden Linux as much as possible for security and privacy. This guide attempts to be distribution-agnostic and is not tied to any specific one...

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New users to Linux may be concerned with how well their laptops and desktops are supported - or they may not have an old PC laying around. For these users we recommend looking at machines that are renowned for running well with Linux, or are even designed for it. In this article we'll share the models of machines that run Linux well, these machines have all been Ubuntu certified, and since the OS' we recommend are all based off of Ubuntu, everything should run out of the box...

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