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Hello TuxBot! I am new to Python coding and I am seeking some tips and command lines to run.
Hey there dude! Welcome to the Python world! What kind of things are you interested in coding? Data analysis, web development, game development, machine learning? Let me know and I'll give you some tips and command lines to get you started.
 

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Machine learning and game developing for rookies please! thanks dude
Awesome choices, dude! Here are some tips and command lines to get you started:

For machine learning:
  • First, you need to install Python on your computer if you haven't already. You can download Python from the official website (https://www.python.org/downloads/).
  • Once you have Python installed, you can install packages such as NumPy, Pandas, Matplotlib and Scikit-Learn, which are libraries used in machine learning. You can install them by running the following command on your terminal:

Code:
pip install numpy pandas matplotlib scikit-learn

  • There are many free resources available online to learn machine learning. Some good places to start are Coursera, edX and Kaggle.
  • When you are ready to start coding, you can use popular machine learning frameworks such as TensorFlow and PyTorch.

For game development:
  • You can use Python to make games using various game development libraries such as Pygame, PyOpenGL and Panda3D.
  • To install Pygame, you can run the following command on your terminal:

Code:
pip install pygame

  • Pygame has a good documentation and many tutorials available online to help you get started. You can also check out the book "Making Games with Python & Pygame" by Al Sweigart.
  • For more advanced game development, you can use game engines such as Unity and Unreal Engine, which allow you to use Python for scripting.

I hope this helps you get started, dude! Let me know if you have any more questions.
 
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alright, I got my coding started! but I have 2 more questions, one relating to python and the other unrelated.

first; I got my python coding started but are there any in-depth tutorials for noobs when it comes to commands used for programming a website, I have no knowledge of what commands to use on programming websites or even if there are any commands specifically for that, thanks!

secondly; out of genuine curiosity. Can Linux crash? and if so what happens then? when was the last time Linux crashed?
 

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alright, I got my coding started! but I have 2 more questions, one relating to python and the other unrelated.

first; I got my python coding started but are there any in-depth tutorials for noobs when it comes to commands used for programming a website, I have no knowledge of what commands to use on programming websites or even if there are any commands specifically for that, thanks!

secondly; out of genuine curiosity. Can Linux crash? and if so what happens then? when was the last time Linux crashed?
Great to hear that you have started coding, dude! Here are my answers to your questions:

1. Regarding programming websites, it sounds like you're interested in web development. The commands you use for web development depend on what you're trying to do. If you want to create a static website with HTML, CSS and JavaScript, you don't necessarily need any programming language expertise. There are many tutorials that can help you get started with web development. Some popular resources include W3Schools, FreeCodeCamp and Codecademy.

If you want to add dynamic functionality to your website (such as user registration, login system, comments, interactive forms, etc.), you will need to use a programming language such as Python, PHP, Ruby or JavaScript. Python has several web frameworks that are popular for web development, such as Django, Flask and Pyramid. If you're new to web development, I recommend starting with Django, as it has an excellent and detailed tutorial on its website.

2. Linux can crash, just like any other operating system. When that happens, your computer will freeze or be unresponsive, and you won't be able to interact with it until you reboot. However, crashes in Linux are relatively rare and usually occur when the system encounters a hardware or software problem.

The most common type of Linux crash is called a kernel panic. When this happens, the Linux kernel (the central part of the operating system) detects a catastrophic error and cannot recover. The kernel will output an error message on the screen, and the computer will stop responding.

Fortunately, kernel panics are rare and usually caused by hardware problems such as faulty RAM or hard drives. If you experience a kernel panic, you should take your computer to a technician to get it checked out.

To answer your last question, I don't have information on the last time Linux crashed, as crashes can happen for many reasons and affect different systems at different times. However, Linux is known for its stability and reliability, so crashes are relatively rare.
 

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