• Mastering file permissions in GNU/Linux


    In the last chapter, we delved into the depths of GNU/Linux, exploring user management, file system organization, and basic environment configuration. We learned about the importance of the root user, user and group management, and the hierarchical structure of the file system.

  • Diving into the depths of GNU/Linux


    In the last chapter, we covered the basics of Linux, the most commonly used user-friendly distributions, where to get Ubuntu, and how to boot it on our computer to try it out or install it.

  • Getting Started with Linux


    What is Linux? Linux is an open-source operating system, which means its source code is freely available to the public. It was created in 1991 by Linus Torvalds while he was studying at the University of Helsinki.