can any one suggest me how to learn linux in 10 days
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Surf the web, do your school/work assignments, listen to music, watch videos, play games---all the things you usually do on a computer! When you get stuck, read the documentations or ask questions here.
Linux is just an operating system. If you know how to do the things you need to do, then you've "learned Linux" in my opinion.
The only real answer is to start using it. Actually, with linux you are constantly learning because kernel changes, commands change i.e new features/options and many others. I've used linux for many years and sometimes you learn something new.
Youtube has many tutorials on linux from the basics, to scripting and whatsoever.
The only thing you can learn moderately well in 10 days is "how to search the internet efficiently for all your queries first." In short, search and read, a LOT.
Once you learn that, half of your pain in learning Linux/UNIX/something technical else will be reduced.
There are no shortcuts for learning a 20 years old brilliant OS-kernel and a 40 years old legendary OS-philosophy.
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Maybe 10 days can be used to introduce yourself to Gnu/Linux then decide where you fit and really dive into achieving your future goals. No instant learning pill, if we could give you a pill then it would need to be bitten off in small bites.
Congratulations on installing Fedora.
Get to know your distribution and use it everyday.
Learn about Yum and how to use it to update, install applications, run commands and etc.
Go to your local library and ask them for Linux books that you can learn from.
Watch videos and tutorials and learn to use the terminal.
See if your local College or University has a Linux Users Group that you could attend their next meeting.