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Choosing a Linux Distribution

Linux distributions provide a set of tools and decisions about how a Linux system should operate. There are thousands of Linux distros out there, and choosing one to use can be overwhelming. In this course, Scott Simpson surveys the differences between distributions and demonstrates the basic installation and usage of a variety of popular distributions. He shows you the differences between package managers, system managers, release models, and the intended audiences for these distributions.

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