Tutorial Series: Linux
Linux: Introduction to Linux and Its Distributions
Linux: Command Line Interface
Linux: How to use the Text-Fu Command in Linux
Linux: How to use the Advanced Text-Fu Command in Linux
Linux: How to Mange Users & Groups in Linux
Linux: How to Change File Permission in Linux
Linux: How to Manipulate Background Process in Linux
Linux: Various sorts of packages
Linux: How to Access Devices by Using Linux Command
Linux: How to Work with the Linux File System
Linux: What is the init process in linux?
Linux: How to utilize different processes?
Linux: The Ultimate Guide To Logging
Linux: Different tools For Network Sharing And How To Use Them
Linux: An Introduction To Routing With Basic Commands To Utilize It
Linux is an open-source operating system (OS) that is widely used in a variety of computer systems, from personal computers and servers to mobile devices and embedded systems. It was first developed in 1991 by Linus Torvalds, who created it as a free alternative to the Unix operating system.
Unlike proprietary operating systems like Microsoft Windows or macOS, Linux is distributed under an open-source license, which means that its source code is available to the public and can be freely modified and redistributed. This has led to a large community of developers and users who contribute to the development and improvement of the operating system.
Linux is known for its stability, security, and flexibility, and it is used by many organizations, including governments, businesses, and educational institutions, as well as individual users. Some popular Linux distributions (or “distros”) include Ubuntu, Debian, Fedora, and CentOS.