Ubuntu karmic (English)
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×
 

Ubuntu karmic (English)

on

  • 461 views

Public Linux introduction conference held in October 2009 (Release of Ubuntu Karmic) in Kerman Province, Mohamad ARAB (boynux) was main lecturer. ...

Public Linux introduction conference held in October 2009 (Release of Ubuntu Karmic) in Kerman Province, Mohamad ARAB (boynux) was main lecturer.
Thanks to Didehbannet Co. Ltd. made this happen.

Statistics

Views

Total Views
461
Views on SlideShare
440
Embed Views
21

Actions

Likes
0
Downloads
6
Comments
0

2 Embeds 21

http://www.boynux.com 18
http://www.linkedin.com 3

Accessibility

Categories

Upload Details

Uploaded via as OpenOffice

Usage Rights

CC Attribution-NonCommercial LicenseCC Attribution-NonCommercial License

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment

Ubuntu karmic (English) Ubuntu karmic (English) Presentation Transcript

  • On the occasion of Ubuntu GNU/LinuxUbuntu GNU/Linux 9.109.10 release
  • GNU
  • GNU  GNU (Gnu is Not Unix)  Software development started in 1984.  Tools to create ”Free” software including OS, Programming languages & Applications  Freedom to Distribute, Change, Study, Copy, …  However you cannot change the license if it is software under GPL.
  • Open Source  'Open source' concept was existing from years ago.  In the early years of automative development, a group of manufacturers owned the license of engines, but this monopolicy broken in 1911.  ARPANET used the same concept to develope network telecomunication protocols which is started in 1960 and led to birth of the Internet in 1969.  Netscape in 1998 announced the source code realese for ”Navigator”.
  • Tux the penguin, mascot of Linux
  • GNU/Linux  GNU/Linux is a general name for any OS based on Linux Kernel & GNU.  GNU/Linux is one of greatest collections of ”Free” and ”Open-Source” software.  Linux name is actually comes from Linux-Kernel  Linux-Kernel development started by Linux Torvalds in 1991.  GNU/Linux name is pomoted by Free Software Foundation (FSF)
  • GNU/Linux  GNU/Linux specifically is very famous because of ”Linux Servers”.  GNU/Linux is installable on various computer hardware, embeded systems, cellphones, wrist watches and even super computers.  GNU/Linux now a days is popular among desktop and notebook computer users.  Ubuntu distibution has the largest desktop and specially notebook installations.
  •  Is a 'Free' Unix-like operating sysem, developed by 'Brekeley Software Distribution'  Known as unknown 'Free OS' gaint.  Is not Unix, but behaviour, internal structure and API is very similar to Unix.  Is a full-featured OS.  Works on most common CPUs and Hardware.  Most Linux software run on BSD FreeBSD/OpenBSD
  • Copyright/GPL  GNU - General Public License  Most of GNU software released under GPL.  This license obliges developers to release source code along software binary.  Most GNU/Linux libraries are released under LGPL  LGPL: Lesser GNU General Public License.  Linux Kernel released under GPL v2 license.  Lastest GPL license version is 3
  • Linux Distros  Prior to the release of first GNU/Linux distributions, GNU/Linux users should be a professional Unix user.  GNU/Linux distributions created after first GNU/Linux bundles developed by other than Linux- Kernel developer.  GNU/Linux attracted users to be replacement for proprietary OS like: Windows, MS-DOS, Mac-OS.  GNU/Linux is attractive mainly because of Stability, Low-cost and free access to source codes.
  • Linux Distros  First GNU/Linux distros:  Boot-root, MMC Interim Linux, TAMU, SLS, Yggdrasil Linux/GNU/X  Yggdrasil is the first GNU/Linux released on CD-ROM  SLS (Softlanding Linux System)  Slackware distro developed based on GNU/Linux, is the oldest distro still active.
  • Linux Distros  Some of famous GNU/Linux distros:  Arch Linux  CentOS (Based on RedHat)  Debian  Fedora (Owned by Red Hat Co.)  Gentoo (For power users)  gOS (Netbook)  Knoppix (First live CD, Based on Debian)  Kubuntu (KDE Version of Ubuntu)  Linux Mint (Based on Ubuntu)
  • Linux Distros  Mandriva (Base on RedHat, famous in France and Brazil)  MontaVista Linux  OpenGEU (Based on Ubuntu)  OpenSUSE (based on Slackware)  Oracle Enterprise Linux (Based on RedHat)  Pardus (Developed in Turky)  PCLinuxOS (Based on Mandriva)  RedHat Enterprise Linux (Based on Fedora)  Sabayon Linux (Based on Gentoo)  SimplyMEPIS (Based on Gentoo)
  • Linux Distros  Slackware (one of first linux distros, founded in 1993)  Ubuntu (Based on Debian)  Ubuntu Netbook remix (Specially for Netbooks)  Xubuntu (Xfce version of Ubuntu)
  • Thanks Any Questions? Mohamad ARAB Summer 2009 / Kerman Special thanks to Didehbannet Co. sponsoring this conference.