HELP All USEFULL LINK
Luis de Bethencourt
luis at debethencourt.com
Thu Jul 2 15:10:55 EDT 2015
On 2 July 2015 at 19:22, Gnoleba GNOGBO <gnognoleba at gmail.com> wrote:
> Wonderfull Luis !
> Nice and quick answer.
> Thanks !
> 1) My first learn is to understand the structure of linux as os.
> 2) Admin all linux from console
> 3) programming under linux with the c or java language
> 4) networking in hetegerous environment
> 5 ) creat the web site.
> This is my learning program, of course you can propose me the best way in
> function of your experience.
> Best regards
I would rearrange the order of things. Learning to use, administrate and
program in Linux machines first would make things a lot clearer when
learning the internals.
I would recommend you do: 2, 3, 1, 4 and 5.
About 5; create which website? Not clear on what you mean.
> Le 2 juil. 2015 17:52, "Luis de Bethencourt" <luis at debethencourt.com> a
> écrit :
>> On 2 July 2015 at 17:44, Gnoleba GNOGBO <gnognoleba at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Hi All !
>>> Please help me.
>>> Can you give me the all usefull link to understand how the kernel works.
>>> I am 62. I would like to be evangilist of linux in Africa.
>>> I have no money to buy books or courses.
>>> Thanks for your help.
>> Hi Gnogbo,
>> is full of good resources
>> Most recommended Linux Kernel book and it is free to download.
>> The Kernel is very well documented.
>> I recommend starting here:
>> Eudyptula challenge is great to learn by doing. Join it :)
>> Same with this training.
>> I'm sure people here will have more resources to recommend.
>> That said, the Linux Kernel is huge. Currently at over 15 million lines
>> of code. If you tell us which specific areas are of your interest, we can
>> give you more pinpointed recommendations.
>> Enjoy! It is a long path of learning but a fun and gratifying one.
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