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    Re: Best way to learn Fedora and Linux

    Quote Originally Posted by HaydnH
    Not exactly Fedora, but if you want to learn more about all the jigsaw pieces that put a Linux environment together then building a system using "Linux from Scratch" is a useful project.

    http://www.linuxfromscratch.org/lfs/view/6.6/index.html
    great, thanks a lot
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    Re: Best way to learn Fedora and Linux

    Quote Originally Posted by bgstack15
    Because it was requested, I am linking to my personal blog. I publish my articles at https://bgstack15.wordpress.com/
    brilliant, thanks
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    Re: Best way to learn Fedora and Linux

    Quote Originally Posted by bgstack15
    Because it was requested, I am linking to my personal blog. I publish my articles at https://bgstack15.wordpress.com/
    I want to learn as much as I can from you such as kvm/qemu, FreeIPA domain, bind9, FreeIPA, dhcpd. My request is that you should either start a dedicated YouTube channel if time permits or put tutorials on these above mentioned subjects on your personal blog. I am sorry to bother you, but it is best to learn from people like you.

    Thank a lot.
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    Re: Best way to learn Fedora and Linux

    Have you ever looked over the Unix manuals by Thompson and Ritchie from back in the seventies...for example:

    https://wolfram.schneider.org/bsd/7thEdManVol2/

    It's interesting to see the history and design principles. Brian W. Kernighan has a book called "The Unix Programming Environment" that you could check out.

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    Re: Best way to learn Fedora and Linux

    Quote Originally Posted by bgstack15
    Because it was requested, I am linking to my personal blog. I publish my articles at https://bgstack15.wordpress.com/
    thanks a lot
    fedoralinuxcommands.blogspot.com


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    Re: Best way to learn Fedora and Linux

    Quote Originally Posted by bgstack15
    it'll be tough, but by having to troubleshoot everything for your own system is by far the surest way to beat the knowledge into your head.
    Makes sense, thanks
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