Author: kimchikid Filed under: Linux , Ubuntu
Ubuntu , a popular distribution of the Linux operating system, has acquired a wildly growing user base and today I have joined them. Described as being Linux for Human Beings , Ubuntu is somewhere in between Mandriva (formerly Mandrake) and Fedora Core in terms of ease of use. It is far from Gentoo (my personal favorite because of the emerge package manager), which should be pleasing to novice users that want a more versatile Linux installation.
digg Whether you are trying Ubuntu for the first time or you are a long-time Ubuntu power user, you will find below a list of the best Ubuntu resources on the Web. You name it: websites, forums, wikis, blogs and podcasts.
I’ve already done a post on Some Linux Resources for Beginners so I thought I’d round up some great resources specifically for those starting out with Ubuntu.
Ever wanted to learn how the internals of your Linux desktop work? Yes, we've already published detailed "how it works" articles about things like sound , the kernel , LVM , PAM and filesystems , but in this article we're going to take a wider view and explain how everything in a modern Linux distro works, start to finish. We've opted for a top-down view, tackling each stratum of Linux technology from the desktop to the kernel as it appears to the average user.
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