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tuXfiles is a source of serious and not-so-serious Linux resources for new Linux users and user-wannabes. The main part of this site consists of tuXfiles, a collection of Linux tutorials and tips designed especially for people who have just installed Linux for the first time and are feeling a little lost with their new operating system.
The purpose of tuXfiles is to help Linux newbies learn the essential basics of Linux, but my purpose is not only to provide howto's or tutorials about how to do certain things. tuXfiles are also meant to provide understanding of how Linux works. There are many small, unique things about Linux that make it a great operating system, and I want people to know about those useful little features as early as possible.
tuXfiles is also featuring the obligatory web link collection. The link collection is by no means the biggest one there is, and it's horribly biased, because it contains only the links I personally have found useful. I call the link collection a "link directory" because "link collection" sounds like something people slap on their personal home pages, whereas "directory" sounds like something big and important. Anyway, it's still just a collection of links...
And don't forget to take a look at my Linux ANTI help section. It's basically a small collection of Linux rants and bad humor that shouldn't be taken too seriously.