Linux Training

Training people on Linux involves teaching them how to use and navigate the Linux operating system. Linux is an open-source operating system that is widely used in servers, desktops, and other computing systems. The training can cover the basic commands, shell scripting, file management, user management, network configuration, security, and other advanced topics. By learning Linux, people can gain valuable skills that are in demand in various industries, including IT, software development, cybersecurity, and cloud computing. Training on Linux can be delivered in various formats, such as online courses, instructor-led classes, self-paced tutorials, and hands-on labs. It can be customized to meet the needs of beginners, intermediate, or advanced users.

Linux is not a common operating system. Why should I learn it?

Linux is more common than you think. Linux is based on Unix. Many systems and devices use it include cell phones, majority of web servers, and Apple devices.

Which version of Linux is the best to use?

There is no best version. Each flavor of Linux has pros and cons to it. There are light weight versions of Linux that can be used on older hardware as well as paid versions of Linux that is used for commercial uses.

Since most Linux versions are free, we recommend that you install them on a virtual machine or container and explore whether they would be a good fit for your needs.

Robinson Handy and Technology Services uses Ubuntu LTS Desktop and Server editions on its computers.

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