This post compiles a list of tutorials on the Internet for Linux beginners. Linux beginners usually get headache from the “seemed” complexity of the Linux operation system. But once they get into the gate and get familiar with Linux, they will love it.
“A beginners guide to the Unix and Linux operating system. Eight simple tutorials which cover the basics of UNIX / Linux commands.”
“If you’re new to UNIX and Linux, you may be a bit intimidated by the size and apparent complexity of the system before you. This chapter does not go into great detail or cover advanced topics. Instead, we want you to hit the ground running.”
“And, before we begin: Don’t be afraid to experiment. The system won’t bite you. You can’t destroy anything by working on the system. Linux has built-in security features to prevent “normal” users from damaging files that are essential to the system. Even so, the worst thing that can happen is that you may delete some or all of your files and you’ll have to re-install the system. So, at this point, you have nothing to lose.”
“This Bash shell scripting guide is not a detailed study but a quick reference to the BASH syntax.”
A tutorial introduces concepts about operation systems and aspects of Linux.