• I would personally recommend the free "Intro to Linux" course at edx. I am taking that course right now, and really enjoy. I personally am very comfortable with Linux since I have been using it off and on for the past 3 or 4 years, and I am learning news things like the file structure that I did not have a great understanding on before. I also recommend just using Linux. As I have always said to others "you can't break it by using it, and it can always be fixed by a re-install".

    Answered by sanjito
    6 months ago
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