Tricks, Tips & Hacks for Linux Vol 21
There’s a version of Linux for everybody and the first thing you should learn is how to create an installation disc and get Linux up and running. You’ll learn how to install Linux on Windows and Apple Mac computers and Google Chromebooks. Whichever type of machine you have, we can help you out.
If you’re looking for one of the most reliable, secure and dependable platforms for both the desktop and the server, look no further than one of the many Linux distributions. With Linux you can be assured that your desktops will be free of trouble, your servers up and your support requests at a minimum.
The command line is where Linux gets cool. Linux enables you to enter powerful commands that manage your file system, create and run programs and communicate with other computers. We’ll show you exactly what each command is, and does. You’ll never look at a computer in the same way again.
This guide contains page after page of coding tips and tricks, showing you how to get more from the holy coding trinity: Python, Java and C as well as small but stylish languages like R and Mathematica. If you want to learn the shortcuts to coding, then this is the best way to get started.