About

This blog is my way of giving something back to the community.

About the blog:

This blog was created in 22.05.2012, on localhost. It has been exported to linuxg.net in 10.06.2012.
The aim of this blog is to teach the new Unix / Linux users the basics in their favourite distros and help them improve their IT skills.

Most of the articles are how to’s about Linux / Unix systems.

What other bloggers say about us:

Sourabh from SourceDigit.com

The best blog where you can find “how to install” articles about anything related to Ubuntu. LinuxG is the best source for how to’s about Linux / Unix systems. The website has one of the most large collections of Linux Ubuntu & Unix tutorials. The website was launched in May 2012 with an aim to teach the new Unix / Linux users the basics. Highly recommended.

Abhishek from ItsFOSS.com

LinuxG is a blog where you can find all kind of “how to install” articles. Almost all the articles start with “Hello Linux Geeksters, as you may know…” and the blog could do better with a different theme. I have often find the articles lacking depth and written in hurry but it still is a good place to know about latest release of an application.

Good for quick glance of new application and their latest releases.

Both SourceDigit.com and ItsFOSS.com have included us in their top 10 Ubuntu blogs (link, link), a thing we are proud of. Thank you for your appreciation and keep up the good work yourselves.

About the blogger:

I am a student at Computer Science, in Romania. And I am a *nix addict.
Please notify me if you find any typo/grammar/language mistakes. English is not my mother tongue.

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8 comments on “About
  1. Richard says:

    Thanks for a great site. I’m becoming a *nix addict myself. The learning curve is a lot higher for the nix’s than for windows, but it is exciting!

    Thanks again,

    Rich

  2. MOJE says:

    Big THX Really good blog Good information about my lovely linux

  3. Paul Gresham says:

    Thanks for a very useful site, I have used it quite a few times.

  4. h2gn says:

    thank you very much!!, this blog is very very helpful

  5. Benjamin says:

    Thanks for your writing tips and cool support. Your posts have helped me a lot during these 2 years and I have recommended it to my closer Linux pals.

    All the best and greetings from Chile, in South America.

  6. This blog is full of resources. And I am taking help from here. Learning to use Linux distros bit by bit. Your tutorials are very updated. Thank you LinuxG 🙂 🙂

  7. Thanks for the tutorials. These are very helpful.Greetings from India. Keep up this good work.

  8. Greetings to Romania from Mauritius! Your how to install pages on how to update/purge or install GnuCash made my day! I was wondering how to do it, and you provided a simple approach to get it done! Am happy now that on my version 14.04 Trusty I finally have the latest version of GnuCash running. Thank you for providing such infos.

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