Linux Journey -- A beginner's resource for learning Linux
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I came across an interesting public service that helps guide you through the Linux realm, Linux Journey. 

I have no experience with this service whatsoever, but just by scrolling around on it, I think it is something that I will use in the future, so here I am sharing it with thou'st who browse GreySec. Hopefully, someone finds a good use for it.

https://linuxjourney.com/

Enjoy your free Linux education!
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Looking at the site it also appears to go over hardware aspects of Linux, and also provides information for the basics of Networking. Nifty, would've been great if knew about this awhile ago though.
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this youtube channel have some good videos about Linux internal  as system engineering approach https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmuBtK7...GKszcdXPlg.
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(03-07-2017, 12:56 AM)Cypher Wrote: I came across an interesting public service that helps guide you through the Linux realm, Linux Journey. 

I have no experience with this service whatsoever, but just by scrolling around on it, I think it is something that I will use in the future, so here I am sharing it with thou'st who browse GreySec. Hopefully, someone finds a good use for it.

https://linuxjourney.com/

Enjoy your free Linux education!

I've heard of this website and it seems to be alright. When I started with linux I watched a lot of Luke Smith on youtube and DistroTube. They are pretty good at teaching small tools that you can use. Ive learned that there is no way to learn linux. My advide is to learn what you feel would be useful to start then expand your knolage from there after you have what you absolutly need to have down.
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