Hello! My name is Kayleigh Spiros. I specialize in Web Design & Server Support. I currently run a web design company that can be seen here. My goal of this site was to help beginners learn the basics of linux, and the easiest ways to get started learning. Plus, some fun linux history is included as well! See my portfolio below as well.Website: kayleighspiros.com
This site goes over the basics, including but not limited to:
Our talks cover the variety of different linux distributions and what makes each one of them unique. Figure out which flavor of linux fits you.
We have a large index of common commands used to accomplish tasks you may run in to when working with Linux. Get the basics down here.
Are you looking to set up a web server, and don't know where to start? Learning with a GUI can be limiting. Learn via command line instead!
Tux is the mascot of the Linux operating system. Tux was created in 1996 by Larry Ewing, after the suggestions from Linus Torvalds and Alan Cox. The whole idea of Tux started when Linus was
bit by a penguin at the National Zoo in Australia.
The name of Tux itself came from James Hughes. He came up with this brillant acronym: (T)orvalds (U)ni(X), or Tux!