Tutorials, guides, etc.

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mimosa
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Re: Tutorials, guides, etc.

Post by mimosa » 2. Feb 2012, 23:01

Cool!
If you're serious about it, you won't get around setting up a environment locally though.
I've seen things like this for Python that were slower, and clunky. But I predict that before long, this sort of thing will work much, much better.

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Re: Tutorials, guides, etc.

Post by caitlyn » 7. Apr 2012, 02:30

Here is my problem on solving NVIDIA display problems after installation:
http://broadcast.oreilly.com/2012/04/so ... -with.html

I'll break the Salix OS specific parts into two wiki entries, one for the GeForce 6150SE and one for chipsets not supported by nouveau at all. Hopefully I'll have some time in the next few days to get that done.

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Re: Tutorials, guides, etc.

Post by maximus » 19. May 2012, 17:36

Not sure if I'll have the time to complete this any time soon but this looks like a great book for learning the basics of python as well as programming in general. The author is selling ebooks and physical books but provides a complete HTML version for free.

http://learnpythonthehardway.org/book/

The author also provides free HTML versions of books for learning C, Ruby, SQL and Regular expressions and the CLI at the main site:

http://learncodethehardway.org/

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Re: Tutorials, guides, etc.

Post by zazlox » 4. Aug 2012, 14:10

here is some useful ebooks from ebookfinder search engine :

linux & unix
http://en.bookfi.org/g/linux+and+unix

bash script
http://en.bookfi.org/g/bash%20script

slackware
http://en.bookfi.org/g/slackware

command line
http://en.bookfi.org/s/?q=linux+commands&e=1&t=0
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Re: Tutorials, guides, etc.

Post by mimosa » 3. Oct 2012, 19:28

http://www.grymoire.com/Unix

has some interesting, very thorough tutorials on various aspects of Linux and the command line, such as sed. They are meant to be read in order so if you get bogged down somewhere, it may be worth looking further up the list. For instance, the excellent sed tutorial presupposes a solid grasp of quoting and regex.

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Re: Tutorials, guides, etc.

Post by knome » 28. Dec 2012, 11:40

A handy list of Cheat Sheets and Quick Reference Guides for many subjects including Linux and computing...

http://www.cheat-sheets.org/
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Re: Tutorials, guides, etc.

Post by f.bluedevil » 24. Mar 2013, 10:22

An excellent book and site on command line and shell scripting
http://www.linuxcommand.org/

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