Software Installation Simplified with Docker

From Docker in Action, Second Edition by Jeff Nickoloff and Stephen Kuenzli

This article tells you how Docker can help you simplify software installation.

Learning Docker Has Never Been Easier

From Learn Docker in a Month of Lunches by Elton Stoneman



So, you want to be a Linux admin…

From Linux in Motion by David Clinton


A Fresh Approach to Learning Linux

From Linux in Action
By David Clinton

The Guide to Container Linux


From CoreOS in Action

By Matt Bailey

Using Specialized Command Line Programs for Specific Tasks: top, xkill, killall, wget, and grep


From Learn Linux in a Month of Lunches

By Steven Ovadia

Installing Software with Package Managers on Linux

From Learn Linux in a Month of Lunches by Steven Ovadia

Linux software installation, removal, and updating is handled by package managers. A package manager is what operates between us, the users, and the distribution software repositories. It’s where you look for software to install. The package manager is also what keeps software up-to-date on your computer.

Linux Desktop Environments

From Learn Linux in a Month of Lunches by Steven Ovadia

This article discussed the pros and cons of the most widely-used Linux desktop environments.

Getting to Know Your System: identifying hardware

From Learn Linux in a Month of Lunches by Steven Ovadia

In this article I talk about how to find and fix a hardware problem on a laptop using Linux.

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