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Hello and Welcome to TecMint, the largest collection of free Linux resource site for Linux newbies and system administrators.

At TecMint, our main goal is to provide cutting-edge useful out-of-the-box Linux tutorials, guides, news, tips and application reviews, which are easy understand and follow without any technical knowledge and specially helpful for Linux beginners.

We don’t say that TecMint is the best Linux website on the web, but many of our fellow readers do :). Join yourself and decide!

Before subscribing to our weekly newsletter or join any of our social networks, I request you to read following points which will give you an idea to decide that Tecmint community is for you or not.

If you’ve ever asked yourself:

  1. “How can I learn Linux myself?”
  2. “Which Linux distro should I pick for learning Linux?”
  3. “How can I do scripting in Linux?”
  4. “How do I troubleshoot errors in Linux?”
  5. “What are the best things to follow in Linux”

Or if you have any other questions about Linux… You’re in the RIGHT place!

Why TecMint (Our Story)

My name is Ravi Saive, and I’m the founder and CEO of TecMint.

The TecMint journey started back in mid 2012 by Ravi Saive with two friends who gave up at the beginning. Currently the TecMint is managed by me (which includes: testing and writing articles, managing all our social networks such as Facebook, Twitter and Google+, etc.). However, there are other contributors who write on short tips, long articles (thanks Matei, Gabriel, Aaron and those who have written great articles for us!).

Since then, TecMint has become the largest Linux community site for all Linux related howto’s in the Linux world. More than 15,000+ people have already subscribed to TecMint community for helpful Linux tutorials and resources.

To subscribe our my newsletter, just enter your email address in the form below and you will be getting:

  1. Most hand-picked articles on latest happening on Linux right in your inbox.
  2. Free ebooks downloads on Linux administration, shell scripting, security and tips.
  3. Latest offers for various Linux tools and products, which I personally use and recommend.

Apart from weekly Email newsletter, you can also join Tecmint on various social networking sites, where I will be discussing about Linux and other useful tips and hacks on Linux. Do remember, if you want to be a successful Linux administrator you must have to interact with other Linux friends and learn from each other experience. You can join our social communities at:

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If you’re just starting out here, then we highly recommend that you check out the following sections of our site.

  1. Linux Beginners Guide – This course module is specially designed and compiled for those beginners, who want to make their way into Linux learning process.
  2. Linux Distros – This section mainly focus on installations and reviews of new Linux releases.
  3. Linux Commands – This section covers all basic to advance Linux commands with practical examples.
  4. Interview Questions – This is our best section for Linux newbies to prepare for their interview.
  5. Shell Scripting – This section is only for experienced users for learning shell scripting from basic to advance.
  6. Linux Certifications – This section specially for those who want to prepare for RedHat RHCSA/RHCE and Linux Foundation LFCS/LFCE certifications.
  7. Linux Premium Ebooks – Collection of our Linux Ebooks

If you have any questions about Linux, then please don’t hesitate to contact us at [email protected] or you can tweet us @tecmint.

Thank you so much for taking your precise time to read this, and we hope to see you on this blog sometime soon!

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3 Responses

  1. Bruce Goldstein says:

    Thank you for such a clear and gracious invitation.

  2. John Cooper says:

    Let the revolution start!

  3. Manish says:

    working in Linux for last 5 years and Still learning, its a good platform to share the ideas and solve the problems.