Opening this new thread, since it seems always tempting to many to engage in problem-solving threads (including myself here) with one’s personal opinions about what should be known by Linux users, or more refined: Arch Linux users, when running EnOS, or Arch Linux.
Here is a space for any and all reasonings about things, that should be known first and foremost about Linux, and how to go about the much mentioned learning-curve in Linux, especially when coming from such “point-and-click adventures”, as MS-Windows, or OS-X / MacOS.
So, what are the things to go first when trying to learn Linux, acording to your opinion?
Someone said, learning to chroot first, someone else said, learning about systemd, and yet another one said, installing Arch, the Arch-Wiki way would be most important.
So, dear folks, what is your take on this?
Interested in learning from YOU ALL, I am.