Originally Posted by kkkngnavy
My name is Kevin, I'm currently a full time CIS/ Networking student @Mt. Hood Community College. I just have taken only two terms on Unix/Linux OS. Please would anyone tell me more about how to learn Unix/ Linux effectively?Although my PC skills are not like that bad, I still strugle with Unix/Linux. Thanks a lot.
- learn a programmin language (C) on linux or Windows
- buy a second hand PC (50 Euros in Germany inclusiv screen); with LAN
- buy an additional second hand grafic card
- buy RAM > 512MB
- take a Linux basic course
- buy a second HDD
- buy an USB Memory
- nuy an USB WLAN
- Buy an USB GPRS modem
Install different Linux
Take a second (advanced) Linux course
By mixing the OSs and changing the HW, you will learn.
Put your PC into an internal net.
Exchange data with other PCs in the same net.
Start putting in place a server (print.. Data..).. I stop here.. Im here..
Take a linux server course.
Or change your destiny and programm
b) application programms (midnight Commander.. )
c) join a distribution and developp for them
So, this is my current thoughts.
Good luck. I started programming with 15. 30 years later Im still not finish.
Learn. Learn. Its good and reduce the life pains.