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A      SEMINAR ONOPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE   and  FREESOFTWARE             By       Dhurjati borah 5TH SEM,MCA / 9TH OCT 2012
OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE WHAT IS OPEN SOURCEHISTORY OF OSSWHAT IS SOURCE CODE                                          Tota...
What is?   Open Source??
Open Source Software is   distributed with          its“source code”
1   RUN THE    FOR ANY
TOAND      2THE
3    TO FREELY     COPIES
1970: UNIX operating system developed at Bell Labs and by adiverse group of contributors outside of Bell Labs.1983: Richar...
HIGH LEVEL   Translate in       Assembly language     Lower level             to a lower level   to machine language      ...
Typical OSS Development model                             Improvements (as source code) and     Developer               ev...
USE OF OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE
Some Examples of OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE   Operating Systems   • Programming Tools  – Linux                 – Zope, and PHP. ...
“Free software” is a matter ofliberty, not price.Free software is a matter of the users’freedom torun, copy, distribute, s...
FOSS refers to four kinds of freedom :• Freedom 0: The   freedom to run the program, for any purpose.• Freedom 1: The free...
The GNU ProjectThe GNU Project is a free softwareproject, announced on 27 September1983, by Richard Stallman at MIT. ("GNU...
FOSS StrengthsAbility to fit local needsyou can modify and enhance the software to more closely fit your own needs.No rest...
Why Linux is Better ??1.Forget about viruses.2.Do not pay for Operating System.3.Forget about Drivers.4.Update all of your...
SO ARE YOU       READY      AS         KING?Thanking You
Difference between OSS and FOSS              FOSS                              OSS                                     Ope...
USE OF OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE•   8,50,000 – Android phones running in Linux and 30,000 windows phone.•   9 out of 10 of the ...
Open Source Software and Free Software
Open Source Software and Free Software
Open Source Software and Free Software
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    1. 1. A SEMINAR ONOPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE and FREESOFTWARE By Dhurjati borah 5TH SEM,MCA / 9TH OCT 2012
    2. 2. OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE WHAT IS OPEN SOURCEHISTORY OF OSSWHAT IS SOURCE CODE Total no of slides: 16USE OF OSSFREE AND OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE REFERENCES: WHAT IS FREE AND OPEN SOURCE SOFTWAREGNU PROJECT www.gnu.orgSTRENGTH www.askubuntu.comWHY LINUX IS BETTER www.wikipedia.com www.youtube.com
    3. 3. What is? Open Source??
    4. 4. Open Source Software is distributed with its“source code”
    5. 5. 1 RUN THE FOR ANY
    6. 6. TOAND 2THE
    7. 7. 3 TO FREELY COPIES
    8. 8. 1970: UNIX operating system developed at Bell Labs and by adiverse group of contributors outside of Bell Labs.1983: Richard Stallman founds the Free Software Foundation1993: Linus Torvalds releases first version of Linux built1997: Debian Free Software Guidelines released
    9. 9. HIGH LEVEL Translate in Assembly language Lower level to a lower level to machine language Language (assembly)
    10. 10. Typical OSS Development model Improvements (as source code) and Developer evaluation results: User as DeveloperDevelopment Trusted Bug ReportsCommunity Developer Trusted Repository Distributor User
    11. 11. USE OF OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE
    12. 12. Some Examples of OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE Operating Systems • Programming Tools – Linux – Zope, and PHP. – Android – Languages: – FreeBSD, • Perl OpenBSD, and • Python NetBSD: • Ruby• Internet • Tcl/Tk – Apache, – GNU compilers and tools – BIND • GCC – Sendmail • Make – Mozilla • Autoconf – OpenSSL • Automake • etc.
    13. 13. “Free software” is a matter ofliberty, not price.Free software is a matter of the users’freedom torun, copy, distribute, study,changeand improve the software.
    14. 14. FOSS refers to four kinds of freedom :• Freedom 0: The freedom to run the program, for any purpose.• Freedom 1: The freedom to study how the program works, and adapt it to your needs.• Freedom 2: The freedom to redistribute copies so you can help your neighbor.• Freedom 3: The freedom to improve the program, and release your improvements to the public, so that the whole community benefits.
    15. 15. The GNU ProjectThe GNU Project is a free softwareproject, announced on 27 September1983, by Richard Stallman at MIT. ("GNU" stands for "GNUs NotUNIX"). GNU system, a kernel, wasfilled by the third-party Linux Kernelbeing released as Free Software,under version 2 of the GNU GPL.
    16. 16. FOSS StrengthsAbility to fit local needsyou can modify and enhance the software to more closely fit your own needs.No restrictions on useNo restrictions on how the software is used and no invoices for each user license.Low costNo charge for the software itself. Pay only for needed support or any additional products & services if required. Even then huge savings than commercial SW.User-driven you decide what features are important and deserve attention .Reliability Mature open-source code is as bulletproof as software ever gets.No supplier lock-in Open Source software allows you to access the source code for your applications and store your data in open standard
    17. 17. Why Linux is Better ??1.Forget about viruses.2.Do not pay for Operating System.3.Forget about Drivers.4.Update all of your software with a single click.5.Your system is stable.6.Linux protects your computer
    18. 18. SO ARE YOU READY AS KING?Thanking You
    19. 19. Difference between OSS and FOSS FOSS OSS Open source merely means that theFree can mean one of two things… Source code is made available by1.Free as in “free to be modified” Developers and is not necessarily2.Free as in “Cost Nothing” “free to be modified” and “free as in cost nothing”
    20. 20. USE OF OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE• 8,50,000 – Android phones running in Linux and 30,000 windows phone.• 9 out of 10 of the Super Computer run in Linux.• Google, twitter,facebook,amazon.com powered by Linux• Since 2005, 8000 developers from 800 companies• 15 milions lines of code.• A new kernel comes out every 2-3 months.
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