EFNetLinux Homepage

Linuxtoday.com
  • kitty - hardware-accelerated terminal emulator
  • How To Set Permanent DNS Nameservers in Ubuntu and Debian
  • How to Install OSMC on a Raspberry Pi
  • How To Set Up a Basic Iptables Firewall on Amazon Linux AMI
  • How to install Pepper Flash on Ubuntu
  • System76 Launches Two Linux Laptops Powered by Coreboot Open-Source Firmware
  • A little SSH file copy magic at the command line
  • ImCompressor is a New, User-Friendly Image Compressor for Linux
  • Austrumi Linux Has Great Potential if You Speak Its Language
  • Slashdot

    Slashdot

  • Bell Labs Plans Big 50th Anniversary Event For Unix
  • 'There's an Automation Crisis Underway Right Now, It's Just Mostly Invisible'
  • Should High School Computer Science Classes Count as a Math Credit?
  • Apple Told Some Apple TV+ Show Developers Not To Anger China
  • Red Hat CFO 'Dismissed' From Company, Forfeits $4M Retention Award
  • Larry Wall Approves Re-Naming Perl 6 To Raku
  • Windows 10 Testers Can Now Answer Android Phone Calls and Text Messages
  • Python Code Glitch May Have Caused Errors In Over 100 Published Studies
  • Ransomware Gang's Victim Cracks Their Server and Releases All Their Decryption Keys
  • Richard Stallman Defies Push By 27 GNU Project Developers To End His Leadership
  • Activision Blizzard Cuts Ban of Pro-Hong Kong Gamer From One Year To Six Months
  • Today's 'Day Against DRM' Protests Locks On Educational Materials
  • Elizabeth Warren Mocks Facebook's Ad Policy By Lying About Mark Zuckerberg
  • Twisted Elastic Fibers Could Cool Your Food, Study Finds
  • Stalker Found Victim's Home By Looking At Reflection In Her Pupil From High-Res Photo
    Search Slashdot stories


  • Linux! and the EFnet IRC channel #Linux



    Linux is a Unix-like operating system, originally designed by Linus Torvalds, for the x86 platform. It has since been ported to Alpha, Macintosh, and other platforms. It is freely available via WWW or ftp. Can also be purchased on CDROM at a minimal cost.

    Distributions

    The Linux operating system comes in different distributions. Popular distributions include Slackware, Debian, SUSE, Red Hat, and many more. Do NOT ask us what the "best" distribution is, any of the major dists should be fine for you to try. Just avoid anything that runs from a windows (UMSDOS) partition.

    The main differences between the various distributions are the formats of the software packages, the package maintenance programs, and minor directory structure changes.








    Hosted by DifferNet


    Copyright 2010 EFNet #Linux