Even if you're a Windows (or Mac) user, knowing how to use Linux is a valuable skill, and it can run a bunch of awesome things in your home—even if it isn't your main desktop OS. Here are 10 ways you can use Linux even if you're not ready...
by Stan and Peter Klimas
Have you wondered why certain programs are located under /bin, or /sbin, or /usr/bin, or /usr/sbin? For example, less command is located under /usr/bin
You might not be ready to accept Linux as your desktop yet, but you can still use it to save your Windows PC—whether you need to reset passwords, recover deleted files, or scan for viruses, here's how to do it.
There are lots of utilities to recover deleted files, but what if you can't boot up your computer, or the whole drive has been formatted? We'll show you some tools that will dig deep and recover the most elusive deleted files, or even whole hard driv...
Helping you Learn Linux
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Linux From Scratch (LFS) is a project that provides you with step-by-step instructions for building your own custom Linux system, entirely from source code.
Simple answers to problems that Linux newbie administrators have.
Free and open source software is all about sharing so, prompted by a reader who emailed me last week to ask about books on Linux, I spent some time over the weekend doing research. The result is a short list of books that users - from newbies to guru...
A thorough list of highly recommended, must-have programs, free tools and utilities for Linux desktops, across a wide range of categories
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