Linux is incredibly powerful. It is used on the smallest of Internet of Things (IoT) devices to the largest of supercomputers. Google use Linux every microsecond of the day and Netflix couldn’t work without it.
Nevertheless, Linux is often perceived to be tricky and sometimes people are a bit reluctant to install it themselves on their desktop.
It can seem hard or potentially difficult, but there is a solution!
Brian Byrne runs Linux classes on the proper way of installing Linux, dealing with all of the tricks and traps that might occur.
These Linux 101 classes are free for community, non-profits and charities.
Additionally, Brian does a Linux 102 class on introducing the Linux command line and software installation, if there is sufficient interest.