Linuxian Diaries: Linux User Story by Aِhmed Fawzy
English | Dec. 20, 2015 | ASIN: B019NLMUFO | 60 Pages | AZW3/MOBI/EPUB/PDF (conv) | 1.3 MB
Every one of us have experiences which he lived; sometimes affected, sometimes faulted and these experiences will lighting up others paths and be observe for the unwary, because human being without experiences is dead person.
From this standpoint, I liked to write down my diaries and experiences with Linux operating system which I like so much; these experiments are to show a vivid example, in front of each one of you, on some difficulties that I faced, which I found solutions to some and failed to find a professional solution as it should to other.
I found in Linux more and more than I found in the others. I felt as if I did not know anything about my computer except Power and Shutdown button. Finally, I felt that I used to copy what I show from the others.
The aim of my book is not to present a technical material as much as life experience that coexisted with linux, the obstacles that I faced them and advantages that I achieve.
One of my professors in the university told us about a program that solved equations in Operation Research material and he said," These programs are like a black box, are not you supposed to learn how these programs designed instead of just using it." These words taught me that the word Open Source is not a symbol for itself but it is a principle and a basic rule which found in all sciences.