Linux is quiet standard for desktops, and if you’re switching from Mac or Windows to Linux, Fedora is a good way to start. Fedora handles everything from content hosting, delivery and payment processing so instructors can focus on creating content, teaching and providing amazing student support.
This course starts right from scratch wherein we will show you how to install and make your way around the Fedora environment, you will get acquainted with the interface, perform common tasks from the command line, and get a Fedora server up and running.
There is no specific pre-requisite to learning this course.
Over time, I have seen even a 10th-grade child to be working on Kali Linux and developing his own exploits and root-kits.
However one must know how to work around systems and must be wise enough to understand the difference between a problem and a work-around problem.
Knowing to operate on a virtual machine would prove fruitful, whereas having altogether 2 systems would prove wiser otherwise.
Beginner knowledge about Linux
HTML and CSS (would be required when modifying website source html files)