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Old 02-02-2017, 08:26 AM   #1
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Hi i am new to linux and i have to make project in linux so i want to know from where i should start and what are the key steps i have to folllow
Old 02-02-2017, 08:31 AM   #2
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Some additional reading that may help:
Do you have GNU/Linux already installed and running? If not, then that should be your first step and I'd recommend beginning with Ubuntu or Linux Mint.

If you do have it installed and running already, can you be a little more clear about your plans? What is the first thing you would like to accomplish?
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Hi seema_yadav and welcome to LQ.

Please review the link provided by Turbocapitalist.

Note that we fully understand that you may have a work assignment, or more likely a school assignment in Linux. Be aware of LQ Rules and particularly the rule related to school assignments:
Do not post homework assignments verbatim. We're happy to assist if you have specific questions or have hit a stumbling point, however. Let us know what you've already tried and what references you have used (including class notes, books, and searches) and we'll do our best to help. Keep in mind that your instructor might also be an LQ member.
Pay also attention to creating proper thread titles. Many will tell you that a title such as yours will lead to little help. I can say from experience that it will similarly act as a magnet and attract a lot of potential negative attention for starters. Meanwhile, once you do provide some clarity, if you do so within the thread, a possible result may be that the threading of advice in your discussion can become disjointed and confusing because it stared in a non-advisable manner.

For now the best suggestion is that you should be able to edit your first post, as well as the thread title. Please consider this.
Old 02-02-2017, 10:53 AM   #4
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The only "key step" I've ever used is Read Twice, Execute Once.
"have to make a project in Linux" is far too permissive, surely you can be more precise?

First project. Edit your Opening Post and use a descriptive subject line

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