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Linux Application

  1. 1. Linux For You !!Linux For You !! GLOSSGLOSS Vikas MishraVikas Mishra Viswanathan KarthikViswanathan Karthik www.sastra.edu/glosswww.sastra.edu/gloss
  2. 2. 19 April 2008 LUG @ IITD 2 How it all began ?How it all began ?
  3. 3. 19 April 2008 LUG @ IITD 3 Free SoftwareFree Software  Free software refers to freedom to use and not price  Free software is a matter of the users' freedom to run, copy, distribute, study, change and improve the software.  A program is free software if users have all of these freedoms. Being free to do these things means (among other things) that you do not have to ask or pay for permission.  Usually given out under the GNU Public Licence GPL which guarantees the above freedoms. It “copylefts” the software.
  4. 4. 19 April 2008 LUG @ IITD 4 Gnu ToolsGnu Tools  Bash: The GNU shell  GCC: The GNU C Compiler  GDB: The GNU Debugger  coreutils: a set of basic UNIX−style utilities, such as ls, cat and chmod  Findutils: to search and find files  GIMP: GNU Image manipulation program  GNOME, emacs, fontutils and many more ...
  5. 5. 19 April 2008 LUG @ IITD 5 Open SourceOpen Source  It must comply with these criteria: Free Redistribution, source code available, Derived works permissible, Integrity of the author's source code, No discrimination against persons, groups or fields of endeavour, distribution of licence, the licence must not be specific to a product, not restrict other software and should be technology neutral.  Open source is a development methodology; free software is a social movement.  FOSS , FLOSS and Mukt
  6. 6. 19 April 2008 LUG @ IITD 6 What is a distro ?What is a distro ? A distro is a packaged linux distribution including the kernel, GNU utilities along with a host of useful tools and packages. They are usually with a GUI. Easier to use as they're already put together.
  7. 7. 19 April 2008 LUG @ IITD 7 The major Distros are ...The major Distros are ...  Debian  Ubuntu  Knoppix  Mandriva (formerly Mandrake)  SuSe  Redhat/Fedora and many more…..  Go to http://www.linuxiso.org/ to d/l your favorite flavor ! FREE !!!  http://www.distrowatch.com lists them all. (160+)
  8. 8. 19 April 2008 LUG @ IITD 9 Why should we useWhy should we use “Open Source” Software“Open Source” Software  It permits students to learn how software works. When students reach their teens, some of them want to learn everything there is to know about their computer system and its software. That is the age when people who will be good programmers should learn it. To learn to write software well, students need to read a lot of code and write a lot of code. They need to read and understand real programs that people really use. They will be intensely curious to read the source code of the programs that they use everyday.
  9. 9. 19 April 2008 LUG @ IITD 10 Softwares in LinuxSoftwares in Linux
  10. 10. 19 April 2008 LUG @ IITD 11 Games!Games! For some reason, there is a constant mindset that there are not many games for Linux when in fact there are many. I don't mean the small ones that are included with GNOME or KDE, but full blown projects that deliver captivating and deep game play experiences. There are even a few good commercial games out there for Linux, but that's not the topic of today's article. These games which we are going to discuss today have the following features :- 1. 100% free... no strings attached. 2. Cannot require wine to run. 3. Installation must be painless. 4. Cannot be an add-on to a commercial game.
  11. 11. 19 April 2008 LUG @ IITD 12 SauerbratenSauerbraten
  12. 12. 19 April 2008 LUG @ IITD 13 Nexuiz: A shooting gameNexuiz: A shooting game
  13. 13. 19 April 2008 LUG @ IITD 14 Enemy Territory: Gameplay inEnemy Territory: Gameplay in WW IIWW II
  14. 14. 19 April 2008 LUG @ IITD 15 Alien ArenaAlien Arena
  15. 15. 19 April 2008 LUG @ IITD 16 Torcs: 3D Racing!Torcs: 3D Racing!
  16. 16. 19 April 2008 LUG @ IITD 17 ManiaDrive: Car game likeManiaDrive: Car game like TrackmaniaTrackmania
  17. 17. 19 April 2008 LUG @ IITD 18 Pingus: A puzzle game to helpPingus: A puzzle game to help the penguins!the penguins!
  18. 18. 19 April 2008 LUG @ IITD 19 Scorched 3D: An artilleryScorched 3D: An artillery gamegame
  19. 19. 19 April 2008 LUG @ IITD 20 The Battle For WesnothThe Battle For Wesnoth
  20. 20. 19 April 2008 LUG @ IITD 21 What is the Linux EquivalentWhat is the Linux Equivalent Of ...Of ... There's a Linux Equivalent of almost every software in the market. They are being improved all the time by volunteers all over the world. If its not there you can always start a new project at www.sourceforge.net ! So Lets Begin with a Few ...
  21. 21. 19 April 2008 LUG @ IITD 22 Office SuitesOffice Suites Open Office: Writer, Impress, Calc, Draw, Math, Writer/Web (The best) Koffice : Kword, Kchart, Kpresenter, Kspreadsheet etc. Gnome Office: AbiWord Star Office (prop) Support for MS Office files available!
  22. 22. 19 April 2008 LUG @ IITD 23 Open Office suiteOpen Office suite ➢ Writer ➢ Impress ➢ Calc ➢ Draw ➢ Math ➢ Base
  23. 23. 19 April 2008 LUG @ IITD 27 Web BrowsersWeb Browsers Netscape / Mozilla FireFox/Ice Weasel Nautilus Opera (prop.) Konqueror Epiphany
  24. 24. 19 April 2008 LUG @ IITD 28 ProgrammingProgramming Anjuta + Glade + Devhelp Kdevelop + QT Designer Eclipse Boa Constructor Graphical Libraries: QT, GTK+, wxwindows, PyQT, PyGTK+, GtkADA, Tk, fox + many more
  25. 25. 19 April 2008 LUG @ IITD 29 Multimedia PlayersMultimedia Players XMMS Mplayer xine Totem Movie Player Noatun zinf Winamp + many more
  26. 26. 19 April 2008 LUG @ IITD 32 Other SoftwaresOther Softwares  Desktop environment suites: Kde, Gnome, Xfce, icewm Video Conferencing: Gnome Meeting Screen capture: Xvidcap, Istanbul CD Burning: K3b Dialup: Kppp, Gppp TV Program: xawtv
  27. 27. 19 April 2008 LUG @ IITD 34 Linux ProsLinux Pros Linux is Free. Linux is portable to any hardware platform. Linux was made to keep on running. Linux is secure and versatile. (less virus) Linux is scalable. The linux kernel and software have very short debug times. You have choice and freedom.
  28. 28. 19 April 2008 LUG @ IITD 35 Linux ConsLinux Cons There are far too many distributions (Is that a con really?) Linux is not very user friendly and confusing for beginners. (Hard to configure?) Is an open source product trustworthy? How can something that is free also be reliable! (Yes it can be). Not all hardware is supported (Changing!) Lack of popular commercial software?
  29. 29. 19 April 2008 LUG @ IITD 36 Text EditorsText Editors Kedit Gedit Vim Xemacs Kate Kwrite Console Editors: vi, emacs, joe, jed
  30. 30. 19 April 2008 LUG @ IITD 37 PDF ToolsPDF Tools Acrobat Reader (prop.) Kpdf Ghost View gpdf Related tools: pdf2html , pdftotext, Tex2pdf pdf Writers: Ghostscript, KGhostview , Adobe Acrobat distiller (prop), Openoffice export feature
  31. 31. 19 April 2008 LUG @ IITD 38 ArchiversArchivers FileRoller Ark tar gzip  bzip2 TkZip
  32. 32. 19 April 2008 LUG @ IITD 39 File ManagersFile Managers Nautilus Konqueror Gnome Commander Endeavour Mark II
  33. 33. 19 April 2008 LUG @ IITD 40 File DownloadersFile Downloaders Kget Downloader for X Prozilla Kmago Gnome Transfer Manager QTGet Xget wget (The Best!)
  34. 34. 19 April 2008 LUG @ IITD 41 Instant MessengersInstant Messengers LICQ aMSN Yahoo Messenger Simple Instant Messenger Pidgin (formerly Gaim) (Nearly all IM protocols) EveryBuddy Kopete (Nearly all IM protocols)
  35. 35. 19 April 2008 LUG @ IITD 44 Development toolsDevelopment tools
  36. 36. 19 April 2008 LUG @ IITD 45 These are some of the Integrated Development Environments (IDEs), editors, and other development tools available for Ubuntu: 1) AnjutaAnjuta is an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for C and C++. 2)Bazaar-NGBazaar-NG is a decentralised version control system used for Ubuntu development. 3)BluefishBluefish is a powerful editor for experienced web designers and programmers.
  37. 37. 19 April 2008 LUG @ IITD 46  EclipseEclipse is an IDE for Java and other programming languages. It forms the basis for closed-source programs such as Jbuilder.  EricEric is a fully featured Python and Ruby IDE.  GladeGlade is a User Interface designer for building GNOME applications.  IDLEIDLE is the Python IDE built with the Tkinter GUI toolkit.  KDevelopKDevelop is a IDE for KDE which supports many programming languages.
  38. 38. 19 April 2008 LUG @ IITD 47  MonoDevelopMonoDevelop is an IDE for writing mono/.net applications in C# and other languages.  NetBeansNetBeans is a Java IDE that features support for CVS and a form builder.  BlueJBlueJ is a Java IDE, it's a easy way to run Java programs and program components  DrJavaDrJava is a lightweight development environment for writing Java programs.
  39. 39. 19 April 2008 LUG @ IITD 48 FSF (Birth of GNU)FSF (Birth of GNU)  Free software refers to freedom to use and not price. (It’s like freedom of speech vs. free beer)  Free software is a matter of the user’s freedom to run, copy, distribute, study, change and improve the software.  A program is a free software if users have all of these freedom.
  40. 40. 19 April 2008 LUG @ IITD 49 Beginning of KernelBeginning of Kernel  Back in August of 1991, a student from Finland began a post on comp.os.minix newsgroup with words: “Hello, everybody out there using minix ... I am doing a (free) operating system (just a hobby ...) for 386(486) AT clones.”  The student was Linus Torvalds and the hobby he spoke of eventually became what we know today as Linux.
  41. 41. 19 April 2008 LUG @ IITD 50 Linux is Fun, says who ?Linux is Fun, says who ? Linux to most of people sounds geeky, and the truth is that it was so until sometime back. However today any person can install this wonderful Operating system on his/her desktop and use cool and free (sometimes), open source softwares to get maximum benefits of the softwares.
  42. 42. 19 April 2008 LUG @ IITD 51 Linux is Fun, says who ?Linux is Fun, says who ?
  43. 43. 19 April 2008 LUG @ IITD 52 Linux @ Schools ...Linux @ Schools ... Of lately many schools havestarted using Linux as an alternative to costly Windows operating system and apart from OS they have also started using Open Source softwares to enhance the productivity. Several Open Source softwares are available today which can be used to increase the productivity of classroom teaching.
  44. 44. 19 April 2008 LUG @ IITD 53 GLOSSGLOSS  THANK YOU ;-)    thecybernazi.blogspot.com  vikvikvik007@gmail.com  vkarthik90@gmail.com 
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