I am relatively new to Linux and have used is as my primary OS for the past year. I have come across some wonderful inspiring sites that have helped me through the process and made it easier. Here are my top ten Linux Web sites.
Webupd8 have an extensive amount of posts covering Linux, Windows and the web. They have recently launched their own launchpad PPA so that you can update your software with ease.
Follow @webupd8 on twitter.
OMG Ubuntu features include tutorials, reviews, polls and application releases. Their posts are concise and informal making them easier to understand for all.
Follow @omgubuntu on twitter.
HowtoForge hosts easy to follow Linux tutorials covering all topics. Topics include Distributions, servers, DNS, Email, FTP and many more.
Linux.com is a product from the Linux foundation. Harnessing the power of Linux users worldwide to inform, collaborate and connect on all matters Linux. Linux.com is for the community by the community.
Follow @linuxfoundation on twitter.
Ubuntu geek is an informative website that aims to help the transition easier from Windows. This blog contains Ubuntu Tips, tricks, howto’s, news and articles.
Follow @ubuntugeek on twitter.
WorksWithU is produced by Nine Lives Medai inc. They track the strengths and weaknesses of Ubuntu and deliver content via their blog.
Follow @WorksWithU on twitter.
TuxRadar, backed by the magazine Linux Format, is a website devoted to supporting the free software community by providing news, reviews, tutorials and more for free. They also publish a podcast about free software every two weeks.
Follow @tuxradar on twitter.
Distrowatch started out as a very simple table that tracked the 5 major Linux distributions. Now with 317 active distributions, distrowatch has grown into very popular website that keeps you informed of the latest releases and keeps you informed on Linux news via a weekly newsletter.
Follow @DistroWatch on twitter.
openDesktop.org is one of the biggest online communities, social networks and portals for the free desktop movement in the world where developers, artists and users can share applications, tools, wallpapers, sounds, icons, themes and other artwork and stuff for the open desktop.
Follow @openDesktop on twitter.
Not only is Ubuntu Tweak a website that provides a online catalogue of software and sources it is also a application that is designed to configure Ubuntu and make it easier for everyone. It provides many useful desktop and system options that the default desktop environment doesn’t provide.
Follow @Ubuntu_Tweak on twitter.
Do you have a favourite website that is dedicated to Linux users?