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Business and Commercial Resources:

  • Corporate Desktop Linux, an initiative to make the Linux operating system ready for widespread deployment as the standard enterprise desktop.
  • ITtoolbox Portal, Content, community, and service for Linux professionals. Providing technical discussion, job postings, an integrated directory, news, and much more.
  • Kings English, a translation and tuition service. Visit the site and see the client list.
  • Linux in Business, such as mission-critical applications, industry and government.
  • Linux Enterprise Computing is a great page of resources for Linux in business, commercial, and enterprise settings.
  • Linux Ports, a site for Linux professionals and companies.
  • Red Hat support has lots of information.
  • SlashTCO, provides a comprehensive Resource Centre, Free Help Desk, news and discussion forum to help organisations investigating the strategic use of Open Source solutions and the impact on their Total Cost of Ownership.

Documentation and Tips:

General Linux Resources:

New Users and Help Sites:

  •, a site with howto's and tutorials about all sorts of things, like 3D cards, USB, networking, security and more...
  • Control-Escape, a site dedicated to the "Absolute Beginner", especially those migrating from Windows.
  • Eclectic Compendium for Linux Newbies, has pages on installation, troubleshooting X, ethernet, basic security, unix for linux, the latest version of "Online Troubleshooting Resources:HOWTO" and much more.
  • A graphical tour of Linux on the Desktop and Linux at Work.
  • Leminator, Linux administration for new users, news and links.
  •, maintains the Newbie's Linux Manual, and a weekly Linux newsletter.
  • The Linux Forum, provides a question and answer forum for Linux users in English and German.
  • The #LinuxHelp Homepage has a lot of help for beginning Linux users.
  • LinuxHelpNetwork, a friendly online community where linux users can ask questions.
  • Linux Power, German site dedicated to beginners; a lot of very useful Workshops. Your first questions about Linux may be answered in our FAQ. Our Forum/Board-Members will try to help you with any problem you encounter. The official German MandrakeUser-Forum.
  •, a help and information site for all new and experienced Linux users.
  • A Red Hat 6.0 newbie site.
  •, a free Linux forum where newbies can ask questions and Linux experts can offer advice.
  •, Devoted to helping Linux users help themselves. Provides categorized, indexed and searchable help files and forums on a myriad of Linux topics.
  • tuXfiles, the Linux newbie help files. Provides tips, tutorials and links for the new Linux users, as well as some not-so-serious Linux ANTI help.
  •, dedicated to the enrichment and enhancement of the Linux and *BSD operating systems.
  •, Linux tips and articles for newbies.

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