Linux for Beginners is an ebook written for those who want to get started with Linux without experiencing the frustrations that other newcomers do.
For a limited time, this ebook published by Nathan Clark is available for free on Amazon. Programmer Nathan Clark has over 20 years of experience in the software industry and is a specialist in his field.
He has a master’s degree from MIT and has worked for some of the most prominent software businesses in the United States, where he has gained considerable expertise in software design and development.
Get the ebook through Amazon.com or your local Amazon Store. I’ve added a couple of Amazon store links below.
Amazon India: amazon.in/dp/B07HDTG58D
Amazon US: amazon.com/dp/B07HDTG58D/
Amazon UK: amazon.co.uk/dp/B07HDTG58D/
Amazon Germany: amazon.de/dp/B07HDTG58D/
Amazon Japan: amazon.co.jp/dp/B07HDTG58D
Visit above any one of the links, click the “Add to eBook Cart” button, and hit “Proceed to Checkout”.
That’s it you can read this ebook on the desktop through Kindle cloud reader or via Kindle app on your Mobile device (Android/iPhone).
About Linux for Beginners: Why You’re Not Using Linux yet eBook
This Kindle book is for those who always wanted to try Linux but are frightened by the difficulty of moving to a new operating system.
In this book, you’ll learn :
- How to avoid the one largest error a newbie may make, which can ruin their entire Linux experience.
- How to install Linux in less than an hour, step by step (with illustrations).
- How a single command line symbol error could cause you to restore your Linux system.
- How to make Linux resemble Windows or macOS in appearance and functionality.
- What is the ideal Linux distribution for a Windows user who has never used Linux before?
- How to locate and install apps that are compatible with your particular distribution.
- What should you do if your Linux system freezes, crashes, or displays unexpected errors?
- How to navigate the Linux filesystem without using the command line, and what we use instead.
- A fundamental component of Linux and how mastering it may elevate your Linux experience to new heights.
- How Linux may help you become a better programmer and why programmers prefer Linux to Windows and macOS.
- How to construct partitions and mount the appropriate filesystem for your requirements.
- An important distinction between Linux and Windows that you can use to save gigabytes of space.
- Where to go for aid if you’re stuck and don’t know what to do.
- How to protect yourself from dangers by identifying sections of your system that are vulnerable to assault.
- Why a beginner shouldn’t use Ubuntu and what to do instead…and a lot more!
It doesn’t have to be difficult just because you’re a newbie.