A series of short (~5 minutes) topics on how Linux works and how to make it work the way you want it to, which I present during the weekly sessions of the Linux User Net. The target audience is Hams who are new to Linux and want to know more about it, as well as experienced Linux users who can learn more about their chosen operating system. These are my notes for the presentations. (Russ, KC7MM)
A Linux desktop computer is easy to install and to use right out of the box – and that might be all you need. But beyond the default installation, Linux gives you the power to set up your computer to do exactly what YOU want it to do. In order to use that power, you need to understand more about how the system works. To help you with that, let's take a look inside Linux.