Brief: In this article, I'll share with you the best resource to learn Linux for free. This is a collection of websites, online video courses and free. Goals of this lab: ❖. Learn the basics of the Linux command line. ❖. Learn to manage files and directories. ❖. Learn about the command shell. ❖. Unix / Linux Tutorial in PDF - Learning fundamentals of UNIX in simple and easy steps: A beginner's tutorial containing complete knowledge of Getting Started.
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Because in the world of Technology, Everyone knows it. But why people do know? Linux is a versatile foundation of all the software and OS. A significant portion of software development, Tech education, OS are based on Linux. Day by day people are learning the benefit of open source software , Virus-free OS, and above all to adopt the flexible app base, where every customization is possible as per users need. And that indicates that we must learn the Linux base to get the best out of this.
Stefan did a great job in keeping it simple and to the point, the way beginners want it. This hands on guide tells you everything right from logging in, basic file management, backup techniques up to basics of networking. It is what you need if you are having difficulty figuring out how to get to that resume file you saved just now. The guide explains Linux file structure and introduces to basic commands and text editors as well.
This book shows you how to use the command line in Linux to your advantage. Apart from the ins and outs of the shell, this book also introduces various commands and the situations where you would use them. There are chapters that deal with specific tasks and list various commands you can use to achieve the task. If you can study online, there is another excellent manual you can refer to.
Ubuntu Pocket Guide and Reference Ubuntu is one of the most popular distributions, new users look up to when trying out Linux. If it is Ubuntu specific information that you are after then you should definitely check out Ubuntu Pocket Guide and Reference.
The guide takes you from installing and configuring Ubuntu to adding and managing software and securing your system. A must read book if you use Ubuntu.
There is enough Linux juice in this book to keep even the intermediate to advanced users interested. The book begins humbly by presenting the basic commands and tools, however before you know it, you are learning everything from regular expressions to shell scripting to C programming to networking. User Mode Linux One of the benefits of running Linux is its extreme functionality for power users.
User Mode Linux gives an overview of technical Linux topics. While a pretty technical read, User Mode Linux manages to remain readable and engaging. Great diagrams peppered throughout show concepts visually, like a picture of UML as a kernel and process. Linux Succinctly Are you new to Linux?
Offering stellar overview of Linux, Cannon begins with the basics: what is Linux? His free eBook proceeds to cover distributions, and then branches into the main components.
Namely, Linux Succinctly covers directories, the command line, directory structure, permissions, and more. However these refrain from becoming overwhelming. Overall, Linux Succinctly summarizes the Linux ecosystem comprehensively, effectively, and in less than pages. The Linux Command Line. If you just want to get started with Bash scripting, this could be a good companion for you.
Bash Guide for Beginners. If you think you already know basics of Bash scripting and you want to take your skills to the next level, this is what you need. Advanced Bash-Scripting Guide. Not the prettiest book here but if you really need to go deeper with your scripts, this old-yet-gold book could be helpful. This pages eBook from The Geek Stuff teaches you the essentials of Linux command lines with easy to follow practical examples.
Linux Hacks. This section deals with material that are dedicated to a certain Linux distribution. What we saw so far was the Linux in general, more focused on file systems, commands and other core stuff. These books, on the other hand, can be termed as manual or getting started guide for various Linux distributions.
So if you are using a certain Linux distribution or planning to use it, you can refer to these resources. And yes, these books are more desktop Linux focused. I would also like to add that most Linux distributions have their own wiki or documentation section which are often pretty vast.
You can always refer to them when you are online. Needless to say that this eBook is for Ubuntu users. It is updated for each version of Ubuntu. So, you get to know Unity desktop, how to go around it and find applications etc.
Ubuntu Manual. A very basic eBook that focuses on Linux Mint. It shows you how to install Linux Mint in a virtual machine, how to find software, install updates and customize the Linux Mint desktop.
Just Tell Me Damnit! Solus Linux User Guide.
This section is dedicated to the SysAdmins, the superheroes for developers. I have listed a few free eBooks here for SysAdmin which will surely help anyone who is already a SysAdmin or aspirs to be one.
I must add that you should also focus on essential Linux command lines as it will make your job easier. If you use Debian Linux for your servers, this is your bible.
Book starts with Debian history, installation, package management etc and then moves on to cover topics like LAMP , virtual machines, storage management and other core sysadmin stuff. This is an ideal book if you are preparing for LPI certification. The book deals straightway to the topics essential for sysadmins. Advanced Linux System Administration. Another free eBook by Paul Cobbaut. The pages long eBook covers networking, disk management, user management, kernel management, library management etc.
Linux System Administration. Linux Servers. Networking is the bread and butter of a SysAdmin, and this book by Paul Cobbaut again is a good reference material. Linux Networking. This book by Paul Cobbaut yes, him again explains disk management on Linux in detail and introduces a lot of other storage-related technologies.
Linux Storage. This is the last eBook by Paul Cobbaut in our list here. Linux Security. I know that this is a good collection of free Linux eBooks. But this could always be made better.
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I use Ubuntu and believe in sharing knowledge. Apart from Linux, I love classic detective mysteries. I'm a huge fan of Agatha Christie's work. Thank for your website. I am a new user of linux. And i discover many very good informations. Another great topic to bookmark… Thanks for these books can create a difference in the learning curve.