Do You Think You Are a Good Linux User? Test Your Linux Skills By Taking This 3 Minute Quiz.

CuriousBytes: Linux is fun to learn and interesting to explore. So we have created a small quiz that helps you out to test your Linux skills. Try this interesting Linux quiz learn how good you are at Linux. Do share this with your friends.

Linux which is basically a Kernel, developed by Linus Torvalds, a Finnish – American software engineer. We at CuriousPost love Linux and are on a mission to spread a word about Linux. Linux is fun to use and interesting to learn. using Linux one can understand how an operating system works and functions. 

To help people using Linux and learning it by exploring things in their way, we have created an interesting Linux Quiz. So try this out and check your Linux skills and test your knowledge.

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Get, Set, Go: Test Your Linux Skills!

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If you have got a low score then you should try using this Linux Kernal Map that helps you to understand about basic Linux Kernel Core.

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Ganesh Venigalla

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13 Responses

  1. Harold says:

    I you call me pro. what would you call a real pro!!!LOL

  2. Park Cheol-Woo says:

    What does it mean to be “pro”? Actually nothing special I guess…

    • Ganesh Venigalla says:

      Intended For beginners….more yet to come that will definitely help you. Keep following us…

  3. Anon says:

    Please make it more difficult and btw. one answer is not 100% correct…
    Which Command is used to check the kernel Version ?
    uname-r does not work, we need a space in between ???? uname -r

    • Ganesh Venigalla says:

      Intended to motivate beginners. More yet to come. Keep following us. Thank you for updating the typo. We have updated it.

  4. ayrton says:

    you know what? this is a great initiative.
    i got a pro result although i’m far from it, but it loved the idea
    more questions please hehehe

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Do You Think You Are a Good Linux User? Test Your Linux Skills By Taking This 3 Minute Quiz.

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