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Learning Advice [duplicate]

I'm a Windows Administrator, and I lack any knowledge in the world of Linux, I want to change that. From your experience, what is the best way to jump into the world of Linux from a Windows ...
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Linux/Unix variant for training system administrators

Is there a Linux/Unix based operating system used for training sysadmins? Some bugs would be deliberately included in the system and the training candidate is supposed to solve all of them. It should ...
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Fprintd - How to customize

I'm making a system based on web technologies, which means that my interaction with hardware is very limited (keyboard/mouse). I would like to modify/write some code/driver that makes my fingerprint ...
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Openstack for home cloud hosting

I am experimenting with a couple of technologies that I soon may have to use at work. So for now, I was thinking about duplicating the environment which I may have to create for my office at home so ...
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Where is best place to find sources of standard linux command line tools?

Into: I like learning by reading sources. But it's tiring of searching them across internet splited on many many different project sites. I'd love to see central browsable repo with sources of many ...
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Help me choose the right distribution for learning and hosting web apps

I'm coming to Linux from the Windows world, and I want to learns the ins and outs of the system in order to make it my primary day to day work and hosting environment. I'm pretty much a complete ...
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Resources to learn Linux? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Good Introductory resources for linux I have no experience with any Linux operating system and I just put Ubuntu on my MacBook Pro. What would you professionals ...
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A short tutorial on how a linux distro is organized and supposed to work

I need a tutorial , preferably with pics/diagrams to get oriented to how a typical Linux distro. is organized and used (including the basic software installation work flow). It shouldn't be a 500 ...