Linux Made Easy
Linux is an open-source operating system that is used in a variety of devices, from embedded systems to cloud computing. It is highly secure, reliable, and efficient, making it an ideal choice for a range of applications.
Additionally, Linux is highly customizable, allowing users to tailor the operating system to their own needs and preferences.
The open-source nature of Linux makes it easy for developers to create applications and tools that are compatible with the operating system.
It’s a digital campfire around which people gather to share and improve their code, collaborating to craft an operating system that’s open to all. It’s not a shiny corporate product but a reflection of the spirit of sharing, where everyone can take, modify, and contribute, creating a digital tapestry woven with the threads of countless ideas.
- Linux Install Guides
- Debian - Tested with Ubuntu, Elementary OS, Zorin OS (or RaspberryPi OS were applicable for ARM).
- Nix Package Manager - One to rule them All
- Chocolatey What?
- Linux & the Cloud: mapping these concepts with open source software and Docker.