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LibbyClark

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    RE: Moving this here
    I recommend checking out Jack Wallen's Complete Beginner's Guide to Linux https://www.linux.com/learn/tutorials/784060-the-complete-beginners-guide-to-linux As well as the Linux.com New User Guides page, which has links to several articles on how to install Linux, choose a distro, etc. http://www.linux.com/learn/new-user-guides Good luck!
    Link to this post 29 Aug

    I recommend checking out Jack Wallen's Complete Beginner's Guide to Linux

    https://www.linux.com/learn/tutorials/784060-the-complete-beginners-guide-to-linux

    As well as the Linux.com New User Guides page, which has links to several articles on how to install Linux, choose a distro, etc.

    http://www.linux.com/learn/new-user-guides

    Good luck!

  • LibbyClark
    RE: Just registered for LFCS certification
    Hi there! Feel free to email certification@linuxfoundation.org for any questions. Or check the Linux Foundation Certification FAQ page: http://training.linuxfoundation.org/certification/certification-information-and-faq Good luck on your exam!
    Link to this post 25 Aug

    Hi there! Feel free to email certification@linuxfoundation.org for any questions. Or check the Linux Foundation Certification FAQ page: http://training.linuxfoundation.org/certification/certification-information-and-faq

    Good luck on your exam!

  • LibbyClark
    RE: At wits end trying to switch over to Linux . . Help much appreciated!
    Hi Eric! If you're interested in trying a USB stick install, Carla Schroder recommends ordering a pre-made Xubuntu USB as the absolutely easiest way to try Linux on an XP machine. http://www.linux.com/learn/new-user-guides/770346-how-to-install-and-try-linux-the-absolutely-easiest-and-safest-way Othwerwise, I'd recommend checking out the Linux foundation training PDF on how to install Linux. It was created for the Intro to Linux online course, but it's a pretty thorough guide, straight from the experts. https://training.linuxfoundation.org/images/pdfs/Preparing_Your_Computer_for_LFS101x.pdf
    Link to this post 15 Aug

    Hi Eric! If you're interested in trying a USB stick install, Carla Schroder recommends ordering a pre-made Xubuntu USB as the absolutely easiest way to try Linux on an XP machine.

    http://www.linux.com/learn/new-user-guides/770346-how-to-install-and-try-linux-the-absolutely-easiest-and-safest-way

    Othwerwise, I'd recommend checking out the Linux foundation training PDF on how to install Linux. It was created for the Intro to Linux online course, but it's a pretty thorough guide, straight from the experts.

    https://training.linuxfoundation.org/images/pdfs/Preparing_Your_Computer_for_LFS101x.pdf

  • LibbyClark
    Welcome: Why build an open cloud?
    This is Linux.com's new forum for community members to discuss cloud computing and the open cloud. Just like the LF's upcoming CloudOpen conference in August, the forum is intended to help highlight the people, projects and ideas behind the open source cloud and advance the conversation around creating open standards for cloud computing. I'd like to know why it's important for businesses to fight for an open cloud. The threat of vendor lock-in is a widely cited reason and received a bit of attention recently at GigaOM’s Structure Conference after presenters discussed whether Amazon Web Services should be considered competition or the new de facto standard. Amazon certainly provides motivation for competitors but it can't be the only threat, here. Why support an open cloud?
    Link to this post 28 Jun 12

    This is Linux.com's new forum for community members to discuss cloud computing and the open cloud. Just like the LF's upcoming CloudOpen conference in August, the forum is intended to help highlight the people, projects and ideas behind the open source cloud and advance the conversation around creating open standards for cloud computing.

    I'd like to know why it's important for businesses to fight for an open cloud. The threat of vendor lock-in is a widely cited reason and received a bit of attention recently at GigaOM’s Structure Conference after presenters discussed whether Amazon Web Services should be considered competition or the new de facto standard.

    Amazon certainly provides motivation for competitors but it can't be the only threat, here. Why support an open cloud?

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