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13 Of the Best Linux Tutorials and OpenCourseWare on the Web

13 Of the Best Linux Tutorials and OpenCourseWare on the Web
Learn which online sites offer free Linux tutorials and courses. Find these websites ranked below based on the institution's ranking and the amount of material covered for new and advanced Linux users. #1. Cornell University Cornell University's Center for Advanced Computing offers a virtual workshop on Linux. It includes text-based tutorials and exercises covering topics in shells, manual pages, accounts, redirection and searching. #2. Dr. #3 Southern Methodist University Southern Methodist University's Department of Physics provides a Linux 'driver's ed' tutorial on its website. #4. On the University of Surrey's Department of Electronic Engineering website, you can find eight tutorials that cover Unix and Linux commands, copying files, listing directories and file system security. #5. Dr. #6. You can review an introduction to Linux slide presentation on the New Jersey Institute of Technology's Teaching and Learning Technology group website. #7 IBM's developerWorks #8 The Linux Foundation

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