Free Linux Training vs. Linux Training Videos

By: Clyde Boom

There is free Linux documentation available on the Internet at lots of Linux web sites and in free Linux ebooks - but what's your time worth?

Can you really afford to use free Linux training materials?

Learning How to Use Linux with Free Documentation - You Get Free Frustration Instead of Frustration-Free!

You can go to lots of Linux web sites and get free bits and pieces of Linux information on concepts and commands - and then try and put these pieces together to learn Linux. However, this Linux info is often poorly written, highly complex, quite dated and sometimes wrong!

Free Linux documentation is usually written by well-meaning individuals that have no experience in communicating to people who are completely new to Linux.

These free Linux training materials are usually written by someone who is already "there" and understands Linux, and so this free Linux training info is written from that perspective.

Even though it may say otherwise, most free Linux information has been written from the perspective of someone who already understands how to use Linux.

Someone who, along the way to get "there" - has forgotten "how" to get "there" - and can't explain the steps that are missing.

As a result, vital basic Linux concepts are totally overlooked in these Linux training materials. This type of "free" Linux documentation often starts at an intermediate level - and gets more complex from there!

Linux Tips: Free Linux training materials are sadly lacking in the simple Linux concepts that are required for understanding how to use Linux. And there is no foundation of Linux concepts on which to build.

What you need to do is learn Linux the easy wayFree Web Content, with simple Linux training videos. Linux videos that create a strong foundation of Linux concepts and commands. And then build on this foundation to provide a clear path to understanding Linux from an intro level through to advanced levels.

You need Linux training videos that have been written by an experienced trainer. Someone that can take the Linux "geek-speak" and translate it into plain English!

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