Because I'm about to graduate, I joined a company for internship. I only used single-chip microcomputer to run bare metal in the school and didn't use the operating system, but the people in the company programmed under the Linux operating system. I had to start learning Linux, but I've been learning Linux for several days, but it's still very difficult. I can't understand it and feel very uncomfortable. I don't know how to learn.So I hope to seek some help online.
You never do. Why? Because what is learning, if not absorbing documentation of some kind, and most programming documentation is terrible. I mean really REALLY terrible. So once you finally get comfortable with one technology, you’ll start branching out into 3rd party add-ons and APIs and you’ll swear you’re following the Readme to the letter, but it still doesn’t work because somebody changed some small obscure library your project depends on and nobody bothered to update the Readme for 6 months, and then you’ll know what real pain is, and you’ll wonder why you thought it was painful before. KohlsFeedback Survey Code