If you want to learn how to use Linux, but don't know where to start, listen on.
Knowing where to start when learning a new skill can be a challenge, especially when the topic seems so vast. There can be so much information available that you can't even decide where to start. Or worse, you start down the path of learning and quickly discover too many concepts, commands, and nuances that aren't explained. This kind of experience is frustrating and leaves you with more questions than answers.
Linux for Beginners doesn't make any assumptions about your background or knowledge of Linux. You need no prior knowledge to benefit from this audiobook. You will be guided step by step using a logical and systematic approach. As new concepts, commands, or jargon are encountered, they are explained in plain language, making it easy for anyone to understand.
Here is what you will learn by listening to Linux for Beginners:
©2014 Jason Cannon (P)2014 Jason Cannon
This is the best technical audio book I've listened to to date - the content is clearly delivered. Technical examples have an exquisite balance between being overly simple (dull) and unnecessarily complicated (so that you can't follow them in audio format). If you're familiar with DOS and have a vague understanding of the existence of Linux then this book is for you. There's enough content to listen to in one go, scattered with more advanced examples you'll want to return to once you've had some time to experiment with the basics.
"It served its purpose."
The problem is that I don't think I would have read the book. That is why audiobooks are so important. They allow the undisciplined to use the otherwise unproductive time in the car to pick up a new skill. I didn't believe it was possible to create an effective audiobook on this topic, but it was done
This is not a book for the big screen.
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