[clug] Linux Resources
crash at michaelcarden.net
Mon Aug 5 08:22:38 UTC 2019
One aspect of Learning Linux is the often controversial Text Editor War.
Up front I will admit that I am on the vi[m] side of the fence, mostly
because it's pretty much certain that any Linux machine I ssh to will have
I like to improve my understanding of things that I use a lot by seeking
online tutorials, and while I much prefer textual docs over things like
videos, sometimes videos offer really useful tips.
This video about vim is a few years old and has its faults, but I learned
things from it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MquaityA1SM
Youtube is full of Text Editor videos. I will be particularly grateful if
anyone can share a link to a vim one that I have so far missed.
On Mon, Aug 5, 2019 at 1:20 AM George at Clug via linux <
linux at lists.samba.org> wrote:
> On Sunday, 04-08-2019 at 23:57 Steve Walsh via linux wrote:
> > On 3/8/19 6:59 pm, George at Clug via linux wrote:
> > > Sadly during my working career whenever I used linux I only learned
> > > what I needed to get whatever-it-was-at-the-time to work. Now I
> > > would like to learn more in-depth.
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > > For me, I have found I learn best from video training/tutorials. That
> > > is a) video tutorials taking me through the process, then b) following
> > > the video to build/implement the lesson.
> > >
> > >
> > > While google searches have solved 80% of my issues, if not more,
> > > searching the Internet returns old and potentially dangerous
> > > suggestions. Use at your own peril if you are unable to test first.
> > have you looked at sites like Udemy and Coursera?
> Thanks Steve. I had not heard of Udemy and Coursea for Linux courses. I
> will definitely follow up. It is tips like this I was hoping to be given.
> They are constantly
> > having sales on their courses, often with some quite hefty discounts
> > applied. There's some good discounts now (Sunday night) on a number of
> > linux courses.
> > Once you buy the course, you've got it "for life", so you can go back
> > and pick bits up again, or pause and come back later (ie - they're not
> > DRM'd while they're on the site).
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