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Reading Guides/Indexes

Discussion in 'General Computing' started by DevynCJohnson, Jul 24, 2014.

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  1. Here is a list of reading guides on Linux.org. Each guide contains a list of links to various Linux articles. Each guide/index covers a particular subject. For instance, if you wanted to know more about filesystems, then you would go to the filesystem guide and read the desired articles in the list.
    NOTE: If a link does not work, then that means the article has not been publicly released yet.
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    Beginner Guides
    Basic Guides
    Intermediate Guides
    Advanced Guides

    #1 DevynCJohnson, Jul 24, 2014
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  2. Can you Please create a guide for Reading Tutorials??
    There are articles but there is no link between them.
    It would be very helpful for beginners like me if give a road map for tutorials
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  3. You mean you would like a reading guide for Linux newbies? I will see what I can do. It may not be made soon, but I will try to make something like that for the next guide. Thanks for the idea.
  4. I made another reading guide (Linux OS Installation).
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  5. I added another reading guide (Graphics + Audio)
  6. Now, a guide on security has been added.
  7. Okay, I have added some more guides and updated the whole guide index to make the list of guides more organized. Enjoy!
  8. I added more guides and applied some minor updates.


  10. ChristiW

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    These are great! I have been going to and fro in the forums trying to figure out a logical way to read the threads. I appreciate you compiling the lists! :D
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  11. ChristiW

    ChristiW Guest

    You might want to put security above server administration. Unless you understand security, you really can't do administration. I read through server admin and things didn't connect until I read security.

    These are really great guides! A LOT of information, all very well put.
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  12. True, but some people feel that security topics are more advanced. Therefore, reading about administration first may help provide people with more knowledge and confidence before reading about security.
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  13. I updated the Linux.org reading guides. Now, they look more organized and aesthetically pleasing.
  14. These reading guides are still updated and maintained. If you click a link and get an error, it is because the article has not been released yet to the public (try that link again in a couple of weeks).
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