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Climbing the Linux Mountain

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The average user indoctrinated into the Linux way of computing will no doubt find themselves climbing a mountain at first. Like any new operating system, finding out even normal tasks and discovering what does what constitutes the learning curve process by which we all must understand any system.

Linux is not a black box. There are no super secrets to divine from the interior data of the device. What it is, however, is a consumer-friendly operating system providing multiple ways to do a series of complex tasks most often left to the intermediate user. Linux makes it easier.

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