Tails is one of my favorite operating systems. It's a great platform if you're looking to transition from Windows to Linux, plus it offers top notch privacy features and tools out of the box. Among the main improvements in Tails 3.0 (based on Debian 9) we find a new startup and shutdown experience, a lot of polish to the desktop, security improvements, and key upgrades to the included software. You can download here and read the complete release notes.
Secure your Linux machines and keep them secured with over 50 hands-on recipes to create and administer a secure Linux system locally as well as on a network. You can get the ebook free of charge (a $25 value) with your email address or by connecting via LinkedIn. The offer is good only for a limited time.
Born out of the author's experiences over the years solving day to day problems with Linux. This is a great book to get started and help you handle Linux system admin duties with aplomb. You can get the ebook free of charge with your email address or by connecting via LinkedIn. The offer is good only until March 15.
#ThrowBackThursday Do you think of the command line as an antiquated leftover from the past, or an old fashioned way of interacting with a computer? Think again. In Linux, it is the most flexible and powerful way to perform tasks. In this article, we will explore the basics of the Linux command line, including directory navigation, file/directory operations, and more.