[lug] New to the group
David L. Willson
DLWillson at TheGeek.NU
Sat Aug 17 21:55:53 MDT 2013
I hate to say it depends, but it really does.
• If you really want to learn to use Linux better, wipe your primary, and install your favorite Linux onto it.
• If, on the other hand, you want to learn system-administration, you might want to read "The Linux Command Line" by William Shott. You can buy his book, download it, or read it online.
• If, on the other other hand, you want to learn programming, you might start with "Dive Into Python 3" by Mark Pilgrim. You can buy his book, download it, or read it online.
There are probably a few (hundred gazillion) other good places to dive in, but those are my three favorites, for now.
David L. Willson
Teacher, Engineer, Evangelist
RHCE+Satellite CCAH Network+ A+ Linux+ LPIC-1 UbuntuCP NovellCLA
This is a good time for a r3VOLution.
----- Original Message -----
> Hello everyone,
> My name is Jason Barnes and I came across your group through a Google
> search and thought it would be a great opportunity to learn more
> about Linux. I am currently a sophomore at DeVry in Westminster CO.
> I am going for my BS in Computer Information Systems with a
> specialization in security. I have experience with Fedora 14 and a
> Linux emulator called cygwin. I have played around with others but
> have never really gotten into them to deep. I am looking forward to
> getting to know everyone and I will try to make it to a meeting soon
> so I can meet everyone in person.
> If anyone has any suggestions on a good place to learn more about
> Linux and how to use it better I am open to suggestions.
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