Linux for Beginners

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Linux for Beginners: Why You're Not Using Linux yet and How to Overcome Command Line Fear

English | December 15, 2020 | ISBN: N/A | ASIN: B08QS38WSV | 237 Pages | EPUB | 4.24 MB

If you have always wanted to try Linux but feel overwhelmed by the complexity of switching to an unknown operating system, then keep reading.
Have you tried to install Linux in the past only to get stuck with a broken system, eventually giving up and resorting back to your old Windows or macOS?

Or are you overwhelmed by which distribution to choose, using a terminal for the first time, or simply being able to perform the tasks you normally would on your old system?

It may take you weeks to adjust to the Linux filesystem, right? Wrong.

Linux is increasingly becoming more popular, with companies like Google, Facebook and IBM using Linux in one form or another. This is due to its superior privacy, reliability and security.

Fortune Business estimates that the Linux market will increase by 402% in the next 7 years, making now the best time to get started with Linux.

So if the mythical Linux learning curve is holding you back, don’t let it. We call it a myth, because with the right step-by-step guidance, that is exactly what it is – a myth.

Just because you’re a beginner, doesn’t mean it should be hard.

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In this book you will discover:
The single biggest mistake a beginner can make, that can ruin your entire Linux experience, and how to avoid it – page13How to install Linux step by step (with pictures) in less than 1 hour – page 21Why getting this simple command line symbol wrong could force you to repair your Linux system – page 45How to make Linux look and function more like good old familiar Windows or macOS – page 45What the best distribution is for an experienced Windows user, but who has never used Linux before – page 16How to find and install apps that work with your specific distribution – page 183What to do when your Linux system freezes, crashes or has unexpected errors – page 215How to avoid using the command line to navigate the Linux filesystem, and what we use instead – page 62A core aspect that Linux runs on, and how mastering it can take your Linux experience to a whole new level – page 75Why programmers prefer Linux over Windows and macOS, and how Linux can help you become a better programmer – page 67How to create partitions and mount the correct filesystem for your needs – page 141A difference between Linux and Windows that you can exploit to potentially save you gigabytes of space – page 169Where to look for help when you’re feeling stuck and getting nowhere – page 221The areas of your system that are vulnerable to attack, and how to protect yourself from threats – page 197Why a beginner should not be using Ubuntu and what to use instead – page 15

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