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Check Used Disk Space on Linux With du Command
On most personal devices, drives get filled up with photos and videos and music, on servers, drives get filled up with data in user accounts and log files. You can check in on disk usage with the du command. More ...

What is Linux?
Linux is an operating system that was not created by a corporation or by someone out to make money. The Linux core was created by Linus Torvalds who wanted to create a Unix-like system that would work on home computers. More ...

Setting Up a Basic Ethernet LAN on a Linux PC
When you install most the Linux distributions on a PC connected with an Ethernet card, the Linux kernel automatically detects the Ethernet card and installs the appropriate drivers. The installer also lets you set up TCP/IP networking. More ...

How to install software applications on Linux
For well over a decade, Linux has used software repositories to distribute software. A repository in this context is a public server hosting installable software packages. More ...

Installing Fedora 3 Linux
Installing Fedora is as simple as inserting the first CD-ROM into the drive and rebooting. But first make sure that your system is set to boot from the CD drive. Watch the on-screen messages as the system boots. More ...

An introduction to the Linux Boot and Startup Processes
Ever wondered what it takes to get your system ready to run applications? Here's what is going on under the hood. More ...

Linux Display Settings
Linux uses a free version of the X Window System called Xfree86 to control your display. Xfree86 supports VGA, Super VGA, and some accelerated video adapters. If you have a new video card, or new motherboard with on-board video, you may want to download the latest version of Xfree86. More ...

Installing Software on Fedora
With windows, you execute the applications setup program (by double-clicking on setup.exe) and, 99 percent of the time, the application will install succesfully. Compare that to installing software on Linux, where you're supposed to search internet repositories and gather all the components required for the program. More ...

Linux Installation CDs vs. Linux "Live" CDs
You need to learn how to use Linux. And the best way to get Linux training is to work with it and get real, practical Linux experience. There are lots of different ways to get Linux, and lots of different versions of Linux to choose from! More ...

What is Ubuntu?
Ubuntu is a completely free, easy-to-use, and popular Linux distribution that is geared toward the desktop user and is designed to be user friendly. More ...

Basic Linux File and Directory Commands
This article explains the basic Linux file and directory commands used in their simple forms. How to determine you location in the directory hierarchy, create a directory, delete a directory, create a new file, move a file, copy a file, delete a file, and more. More ...

Linux Server Step-by-Step Configuration Guide
This book contains no boring theory. Instead it's packed with 54 hands-on, step-by-step exercises and 185 graphics including screen captures showing you exactly what you should be seeing on your own screen. More ...

Connecting Linux to the Internet
Today, a computer without Internet access would be severely limited. Mozilla running on Linux provides more reliable and secure Internet access than Internet Explorer running on Microsoft Windows. More ...

Ubuntu for Non-Geeks: A Pain-Free, Get-Things-Done Guide
If you are new to Ubuntu, or even new to Linux, this book is a great introduction to Ubuntu Linux. However, it goes beyond that. When you finish the book, you will have a lot of knowledge about Ubuntu, and you will be much more comfortable with this excellent operating system. More ...


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