Top 4 Places To Learn Linux



We have been trying to motivate people to look beyond Windows and feel the sense of freedom associated with Linux. Possibly, a major restraint is lack of knowledge for Linux. Previously, we posted the top three Linux distributions for beginners to try the Linux operating system. This week we are sharing four websites from where you can learn more about Linux. Several readers have requested us to share Web resources from where one can have access to Linux tutorials as they said that finding proper tutorials are a bit difficult. Well, in reality there are many tutorials that are easily found but here are the top four best website to learn Linux and get tutorials.


1) is a user supported community website whose mission is to promote Linux through education. The content of this website is designed in an interactive manner where you can connect to the Linux Community. The site offers three free online Linux courses. Click here to know more.


2) The Linux Tutorial


The website can be of use to users from basic to advanced level. You can ask questions on Linux, which can be answered by other users. According to the site, “The Linux Tutorial goes beyond the basics, providing you with the knowledge necessary to get the most out of your Linux system.” Hundreds of easy-to-understand, in-depth articles. Glossary with direct links from the articles. Man-pages with direct links from the articles. MoreInfo links from articles. Hundreds of questions and answers. Official HOWTOs. Thousands of links to other sites. Forums where you can get help to specific problems. Topic links, which provide access to all other parts of the site. Click here to know more.


3) Low Fat Linux


The author of this tutorial site, Doctor Bob, explained Low Fat Linux like this: “This website is a free course for learning Linux, a version of Unix that runs on ordinary personal computers. I created it for people who want to learn the basics of using Linux, and thereby Unix, without getting bogged down in too much detail or technobabble.” Click here to know more.


4) Linux Self help


A Linux Help site providing categorized and searchable Linux Help files, Linux Howtos, Linux Man pages and Linux Forums for the Linux community. Click here to know more.


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