Linux talent gives you the edge in the tech job market

In the United States, the unemployment rate for tech professionals is 3.8 percent, a vast improvement from 5.3 percent just 12 months ago and far better than the 8.3 percent national unemployment rate.1 With strong evidence of job
creation tied to increased adoption and use of Linux, Dice and The Linux Foundation teamed up to better
understand the global 2012 hiring outlook for Linux professionals.

Learn Linux with Dr. Bob's Low Fat Linux Program

Dr. Bob's Low Fat Linux website is a free course for learning Linux, a version of Unix that runs on ordinary personal computers. I created it for people who want to learn the basics of using Linux, and thereby Unix, without getting bogged down in too much detail or technobabble.

The Great Linux World Map

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Learn Linux with the Linux Cookbook

For those of you wishing to become competent at the command line in Linux, this is a good value book that has plenty of 'recipes' that will teach you the basics of a wide range of command line tools and how to combine them to grea

Linus Torvalds' original announcement on Usenet

On August 25th 1991, Linus Torvalds' announced his hobby project on Usenet, to the newsgroup "comp.os.minix." - and the rest is history...

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Wubi - Linux for Windows made easy

Installing the free operating system, Linux, is now a piece of cake for Windows users. Wubi is a Windows install of Linux, that literally takes a couple of clicks to install and little or no configuration!

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GNU/Linux Distro Timeline

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