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Puppy Linux – Extraordinarily small, lighting fast yet quite full-featured Linux distro

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Puppy Linux is one of the earliest lightweight Linux distributions, originally developed by Barry Kauler from Australia in 2003 (which is still active today). It is a very reliable operating system for both old computers and new Linux users! It is small in size, simple in structure, fast in speed, and comes with a wealth of drivers and applications. Even better, it can be installed and run directly on storage devices like external hard disks and USB flash drives (that is, it can be booted from any computer that supports BIOS and UEFI).

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Tails – Live Linux OS aimed at completely preserving Internet privacy and anonymity

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According to the developers of Tails: NSA (National Security Agency) has taken a number of approaches to put pressure on many free software projects and their developers. And, during a LinuxCon technology conference, the founder of Linux, Linus Torvalds revealed that the NSA hoped to install a backdoor in his operating system. In other words, for even Linux distributions, they are not absolutely safe now.

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Kali Linux – Most advanced Linux distro for penetration testing and ethical hacking

Kali Linux (successor of BackTrack Linux) is a free and open-source Debian-based Linux distribution funded and maintained by Offensive Security from Switzerland. Users can boot and use this OS via hard disk, live CD or live USB anytime and anywhere. Almost all open-source tools used for digital forensics, penetration testing, ethical hacking and network security assessments are included. There is no need to prepare and maintain this Linux distribution (including gathering all those software and their dependencies) by yourself, or to install any software and save any files on Kali.

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MOFO Linux – A Linux distro dedicated to defeat state censorship & surveillance

MOFO Linux was originally designed as one portable and bootable Linux distro (developed on the basis of Ubuntu, can be installed on HDD, USB flash drive, SD card or burned into Live DVD/USB using the included Startup Disk Creator, UNetbootin, or “DD copy method”) that can be used on public computers for protecting user privacy. Gradually, it developed into one Linux operating system that emphasizes multimedia, VPN, proxy, file encryption, and disk wiping features.

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Understanding the Linux Kernel, 1st & 3rd Editions HD PDF, EPUB

The kernel of Linux is responsible for handling all the interactions between CPU and outside world, deciding the order of all programs share the processor time, effectively managing hundreds or thousands of processes to share the limited memory available in system, skillfully planning the data transmission as a whole to save the time consumed by CPU on waiting for the slower hard drive. Therefore, in-depth study of the most essential parts of the Linux kernel lets you completely understand what makes Linux run normally and why it can work well in various system distributions.

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Linux All-in-One For Dummies, 4th & 5th Editions HD PDF, EPUB

Linux is cool not just because it’s free and open-source, more often than not, that’s because it’s so powerful. For example, it is used to build large servers with high performance and high stability; to make the old computers bloom; as desktop or office operating system for individual users or enterprise users, and more. I think any users who are interested in computers, somewhat get tired of Windows, and want to try some new OS, they may want to begin to reach the mysterious Linux operating system. But if you want to make learning Linux easy, you really need a good book for the level of beginners.

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Kali Linux 101 Video Training Courses in one package

Whether you wish to be a hacker who is interested in hacking wireless network, web app, database; cracking password, software….; or want to engage in cyber security related works in the future, Offensive Security‘s Kali Linux (a penetration testing OS) should be always your main “battlefield” and “experimental field”.

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