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Linux is the best-known and most-used open source operating system. As an operating system, Linux is software that sits underneath all of the other software on a computer, receiving requests from those programs and relaying these requests to the computer’s hardware. Learn more on our what is Linux resource page.

Linux keys on the keyboard for a desktop computer

A quick rundown of setting up Linux and Windows to dual boot on the same machine, using the Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI).
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Learn the tools and commands to check for network connections and add a static network connection in CentOS.
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GNOME Boxes is a simple way to connect to remote systems, both physical and virtual, using various protocols.

GNOME Boxes is an easy way to create virtual machines for development, experimenting, and learning tasks.
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Basic rsync commands are usually enough to manage your Linux backups, but a few extra options add speed and power to large backup sets.
Fedora Linux distro on laptop

Learn about some of the highlights in the latest version of Fedora Linux.

CherryTree is an open source alternative to OneNote for keeping track of the things you need to know.

Like the Jedi Force, -f is powerful, potentially destructive, and very helpful when you know how to use it.