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  • Unix vs Linux

    Unix was started by Ken Thompson, Dennis Ritchie and some other engineers including Brian Kernighan back in the early 1970s. It has a long and illustrious history. But then Linux came along and things changed. How is Linux different to Unix? Are they the same thing? Please, let me explain!

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  • Top 10 Most Popular Linux Distributions in Late 2016 - Early 2017

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    Here's the best and most popular distro based on the data from DistroWatch.com for 2016 - 2017 linux OSes

    Top 10 Most Popular Linux Distributions (by Page Hits on DistroWatch)
    1 Mint 2942
    2 Debian 1738
    3 Ubuntu 1607
    4 openSUSE 1130
    5 Manjaro 1073
    6 Fedora 1057
    7 elementary 907
    8 Zorin 812
    9 CentOS 802
    10 Arch 772
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  • Learn how to use Linux Mint easily! | Part 1: The Desktop

    Welcome to a complete 7-part video tutorial series on how to use Linux Mint, a powerful, familiar and free operating system! Part 1 in this series focuses on getting you familiar with the primary desktop environment for Linux Mint, called Cinnamon.

    Videos in this series include:
    Part 1: The Desktop
    Part 2: How to use the File Manager (Nemo)
    Part 3: The System Settings / Control Manager
    Part 4: The Software Manager (Installing & Removing Software)
    Part 5: The Update Manager
    Part 6: Desktop Customization
    Part 7: The Terminal

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  • What is Linux? Linux Beginner Tutorial

    http://www.guru99.com/introduction-linux.html

    This Linux Tutorial is designed for beginners as a quick introduction to learn basics of Linux.

    Click on the time points below to view different sections!
    0:12 What is an Operating System?
    1:05 What is Linux and who created it?
    3:09 What are the benefits of using Linux?
    4:45 UNIX introduction

    Introduction to the Linux Operating System
    Linux is an operating system or a kernel. It is distributed under an open source license. Its functionality list is quite like UNIX.

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  • Which Linux Distro for Beginners?

    A common question for Linux beginners is, "Which distro should I start with?" The answer really depends upon what you want to do with Linux. Do you want to set up a Linux desktop or Linux workstation? Do you want to learn enterprise Linux server administration? Or, do you want to learn something that can be used for cloud deployments? The answer to which Linux distro you should learn will depend upon your desired use-case secenario. For Linux desktops, there's a whole range of choices, depending upon your own tastes. For Linux servers and Linux cloud deployments, your choices are much narrower.

    Hopefully, this will help you choose the best linux distro for beginners.

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  • History of linux operating system

    The history of Linux began in 1991 with the commencement of a personal project by Finnish student Linus Torvalds to create a new free operating system kernel. Since then, the resulting Linux kernel has been marked by constant growth throughout its history.
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  • How to download & install Linux Mint WITHOUT losing Windows 10 or your personal files

    If you're interested in Linux Mint, but don't want to lose Windows 10 or your personal files, fear not! You can install Linux Mint along-side Windows on the same PC desktop or laptop! It's called dual-booting, and this video contains 5 easy to understand step-by-step instructions to installing Linux Mint 18.2 and create a dual-boot set-up with Windows 10. Get the best of both worlds, Windows and Linux, today!

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    DOWNLOAD LINKS:
    Deluge (torrent download client) - http://deluge-torrent.org
    Linux Mint 18.2 ISO Image - https://linuxmint.com/edition.php?id=237
    Rufus (Live USB Creator tool) - http://rufus.akeo.ie

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    MORE INFORMATION ON TORRENTS
    Using a torrent or bittorrent client means that you will be downloading the Mint ISO file from other users around the world who are also using a torrent client: it's called a p2p, or peer-to-peer, connection. Once the download is complete, the torrent program will begin "seeding" the Mint ISO. In other words, it will make the Mint ISO file available to other torrent users, and can possibly use your Internet bandwidth to upload the Mind ISO file for other users.

    To stop sharing the Mint ISO file after the download is complete, either uninstall Deluge, or (1) Go into the Deluge program, (2) Right-click on the Mint ISO file name in the main Deluge window, (3) Left-click "Remove torrent", (4) Once the new window opens up, left-click "Remove torrent" again. Deluge will no longer take up your Internet bandwidth to share the ISO file. Good to go! :)
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  • Linux: A Short Documentary

    A piece of personal history, one of the first videos I ever made.

    Just a short documentary piece on the Linux OS Kernel.

    Written, Directed, Edited by Jake Marugg (yours truly)
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  • Seven Linux Distros

    Linux distro comparison of Ubuntu, Linux Mint, Manjaro, Slacko Puppy, Lubuntu, Zorin OS, and Debian Jessie with the Raspberry Pi Desktop!

    All distros were downloaded as an ISO image and written to USB media (for testing and/or full installation) using Etcher, which is available from: https://etcher.io/

    The different distros featured in this video can be obtained from the following links. Please note that all of the below are provided in good faith, and that testing and/or installing a new operating system should be done with care. Testing a distro from a USB drive should not delete files or otherwise damage your computer. However, actually installing a new operating system will replace your existing one unless you decide to dual boot, and this can cause issues . . .

    Linux Mint: https://linuxmint.com/download.php

    Ubuntu: https://www.ubuntu.com/download/desktop

    Debian Jessie with Raspberry Pi Desktop: https://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads/raspberry-pi-desktop/

    Manjaro: https://manjaro.org/get-manjaro/

    Slacko Puppy: http://puppylinux.com/index.html#download

    Lubuntu: http://lubuntu.net/

    Zorin OS Core (scroll down): https://zorinos.com/download/

    You may also be interested in my video “Linux Mint Week” – in which (well, OK, you can probably guess that this video is about): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4EAes8DDWQE

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  • Unix vs Linux

    Unix was started by Ken Thompson, Dennis Ritchie and some other engineers including Brian Kernighan back in the early 1970s. It has a long and illustrious history. But then Linux came along and things changed. How is Linux different to Unix? Are they the same thing? Please, let me explain!

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