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    Exclamation Ubuntu beginners complete tutorial links

    I am new to Ubuntu. so, I want learn from basics. please provide some useful links for to study.

    Thank you,
    Kumar.

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    Re: Ubuntu beginners complete tutorial links

    These may not be the best, but they're official Ubuntu guides

    - https://ubuntu.com/tutorials/command...ers#1-overview

    - https://help.ubuntu.com/community/CommandlineHowto

    - https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UsingTheTerminal

    - https://help.ubuntu.com/community/AdvancedCommandlineHowto

    - https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Be.../BashScripting

    Note: I didn't look far, they were in the top 10 in a startpage search (I limited it to official sites)
    I'd start with the tutorial first; as wiki pages are usually somewhat specific to a topic

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    Re: Ubuntu beginners complete tutorial links

    Thank you so much.

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    Re: Ubuntu beginners complete tutorial links

    https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2452296 is a thread with the same question from this week.

    Every few months, someone asks the same question, so we all post nearly the same answers. The answer doesn't change from week to week or even year to year.

    To learn, start by using the OS for everything.
    If you want to STUDY and learn in the most efficient order, expect some dry, boring, reading. A certain amount of background is necessary to understand multi-user OSes.

    Also, you've assumed that we know your goal. What a programmer needs to know is different from what an admin needs to know and both are different from what an end-user needs to know. What do you think is your interest? Be as specific as possible. Will this become a career? Desktop support? Fixing computers? Building large scale cloud deployments? For each, we'll have different recommendations.

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