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Linux Distribution Guide
This is a brief 4 page guide to the world of Linux distributions, primarily aimed at individuals who are new to the Linux scene, and who are thinking about taking the plunge and trying Linux for the first time. hot
An essential compendium of key linux terms, personalities and more. Contributions from the Linux community are appreciated and incorporated into the guide. hot
Migrating from Windows to Linux
This collection of articles aim to dispel the myth that Linux isn't really ready for the desktop user seeking to move away from the Microsoft world. If you are thinking about switching from Windows to Linux, bear in mind that many of your favorite desktop applications have Linux equivalents, often with a comparable feature set. hot
About Debian provides step-by-step guides walk you through using Debian Linux to set up Internet, LAN, and gateway servers.
An introduction to Linux/Unix programming
An introduction to Linux/Unix programming provides a brief guide to Linux programming languages, tools and concepts. It is aimed at programming novices or programmers migrating from a Windows system.
Back up your data
A 6 page article that explores the key backup methods.
Beginner's Tips for Linux Configuration
Beginner's Tips for Linux Configuration provides tips and tricks for configuring basic features of Linux, like PPP, printing, networking, and file sharing.
A summary about the Linux Operating System written by LinuxLinks.com explaining what Linux can do for you.
Beginners Forum is a dedicated forum for Linux newbies to receive helpful support.
A guide on installing and using Linux in plain English.
Checklist for Newbies
Checklist for Newbies aims at providing the Linux newbie with some unbiased, practical advice.
This web site will help you take control of your computer and escape the tortures of monopoly commercial software. If you are interested in saving money, being more creative, or preserving and exercising your freedom of choice, then welcome to the world of Open Software!
Information and support for Linux users and those interested in learning the Linux operating system
Linux command line tutorials
An introduction to the Linux command line and shell. Tutorials teaching how to use the most important Linux commands, wildcards, and input/output redirection.
Linux Newbie Administrator Guide
Simple answers to problems that Linux newbies frequently encounter while setting up/using/administrating their computer or home network.
Linux on a Disk
A 4.3 to 6.4 GigaByte IDE Hard Disk Pre-Loaded with Linux.
LinuxFromScratch is aimed at teaching the reader more about the inner workings of Linux. A functional Linux distribution has been created to achieve the goal.
LinuxPlanet.com offers articles aimed at people new to linux. It is updated frequently.
LinuxQuestions.org offers a free Linux forum where Linux newbies can ask questions and Linux experts can offeradvice. Topics include security, installation, networking and much
more. We also offer a chat room and a Slashdot-like weblog.
Linux is a freely available clone of the UNIX operating system. But that doesn't tell you much, does it? So instead I'll list a bunch of stuff about Linux and explain what they mean.
Newbie's Linux manual
This book takes a clear, concise approach to teaching computing beginners, and computer-literates new to Linux, how to become proficient with Linux in minimal time.
So you're new to SUSE Linux, or considering giving it a try; congratulations! If you're looking for information about how to get started using your new operating system you're in the right place. This site is all about helping new SUSE Linux users make the switch and get out of that "newbie" stage as fast and as painlessly as possible.
The One Page Linux Manual
A summary of Linux commands, hints and tips published as a PDF or postscript file.
Tips for Linux Explorers
Tips for Linux Explorers proves helpful information for those learning Linux.
Tune-up: Letting in Linux
It's out there, and it's free--or at least close to it--but you just haven't had the guts to take the plunge and try Linux. We have good news. It's not necessary to make a complete commitment to the open-source operating system. You can have your Windows and your Linux, too, by setting up a dual-boot system. We'll step you through the process of installing Linux alongside Windows XP so that you can boot either OS.
A volunteer run advocacy, help, and news site pertaining to Slackware Linux, *BSD, and Programming.
What good is a Linux client?
Like many users of PCs, you may be considering the switch to Linux. You've heard all the arguments about the economic viability and cross-platform compatibility of open source software in general and Linux in particular, but you may still be intimidated by the prospect of changing environments. IBM's Mark Chapman give you the benefit of his own experience as a Linux newbie as he seeks to change over to Linux. He addresses many of the issues involved, including software availability and support.
You Can Switch to Linux!
An interesting insight into the world of Linux for people thinking about switching operating systems.