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If you’re like most people who want to learn Linux, you don’t already have access to a Linux system. So you look for instructions on how to install Linux and discover that it is quite complicated and even risky. There are warnings that you should back up everything on your computer first because you could potentially lose your data if something goes wrong. Yikes!
Fortunately, there are easier ways to run Linux that don’t require creating a bootable USB drive or putting your data in danger. Read More … The Easiest Ways to Install Linux
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