Linux-Tutorials

Linux Tutorials Directory - Linux is a free Unix-type operating system originally developed by Linus Torvalds and other programmers in 1991 while Linus was a student a the University of Helsinki. He began writing the code based on minix and then released it to the public so that it could be improved upon. Other programmers in the spirit of GNU worked together to develop what we now take for granted, a derivative of Unix designed to be fast, small, and reliable and most importantly free.

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Tutorial How to install clang on Ubunut?
In this video tutorial I will teach you how to install clang on Ubunut 15.10? We have used the command sudo apt-get install clang for installing clang. View Rating



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Tutorial How to install GParted Partition Manager?
This video tutorial teaches you the steps to install GParted Partition Manager on Ubuntu Desktop Computer. View Rating



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Tutorial Linux Installation Process
Linux can be install from CD/DVD available in the market or downloaded from the iso-image of Linux distribution View Rating



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Tutorial Hardware Requirement for Linux.
For Installing Linux Server/ Desktop Operating System, it need a specific configuration of hardware platform. View Rating



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Tutorial Running from CDs
The major advantage of Linux is that it can run directly from CDs. View Rating



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Tutorial Linux Distributions
The Linux distribution is the combination of an installation program with various open source software and applications in an operating system package. View Rating



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Tutorial Linux Vs. Windows
Both Linux and Windows works as an operating system. Both are highly popular and are in the great demand. View Rating



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Tutorial Linux in Internet
Linux is very useful for running Internet. It is now being very popular due to its specific properties. View Rating



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Tutorial Linux as a Command Line Interface (CLI) Vs. Graphics User Interface (GUI).
Operating system shells generally fall into one of two categories: command line and graphical. View Rating



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Tutorial Utility of Linux
Linux is a very useful Server as well as an individual Desktop Operating System. View Rating
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