Linux SurvivalTM is a free tutorial designed for people who have little or no experience with the Linux operating system. Even though Linux has hundreds of commands, there are only about a dozen which you need to know to perform most basic tasks. These are the commands you will learn in the first and second modules.
To make the course material more interesting and effective, you will be led through an imaginary scenario where you will have particular goals to meet. So the material will make more sense if you go through it from beginning to end, rather than by skipping around. If you really do want to skip around, though, then I'm not going to stop you. :-) Just click on a link in the table of contents on the left to jump to that topic.
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Many new Linux users are mystified the first time they try to install a software application. On Windows, you would normally search for a software package on the web, download it, and then run setup.exe. So, it seems logical to do something similar on Linux. Well, it’s actually even easier than that, but you have to know what to do.
Read More … How to Install Linux Software
A Linux Survival visitor recently asked me if there are good job opportunities for people with Linux skills. He also wanted to know what salary he could expect and whether Linux professionals have a good future. So I did some research and discovered that the Linux job market is booming.
Read More … The Linux Job Market