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What is Linux, Ubuntu and Open Source?
What is Linux, Ubuntu and Open Source?
What is Linux, Ubuntu and Open Source?
What is Linux, Ubuntu and Open Source?
What is Linux, Ubuntu and Open Source?
What is Linux, Ubuntu and Open Source?
What is Linux, Ubuntu and Open Source?
What is Linux, Ubuntu and Open Source?
What is Linux, Ubuntu and Open Source?
What is Linux, Ubuntu and Open Source?
What is Linux, Ubuntu and Open Source?
What is Linux, Ubuntu and Open Source?
What is Linux, Ubuntu and Open Source?
What is Linux, Ubuntu and Open Source?
What is Linux, Ubuntu and Open Source?
What is Linux, Ubuntu and Open Source?
What is Linux, Ubuntu and Open Source?
What is Linux, Ubuntu and Open Source?
What is Linux, Ubuntu and Open Source?
What is Linux, Ubuntu and Open Source?
What is Linux, Ubuntu and Open Source?
What is Linux, Ubuntu and Open Source?
What is Linux, Ubuntu and Open Source?
What is Linux, Ubuntu and Open Source?
What is Linux, Ubuntu and Open Source?
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What is Linux, Ubuntu and Open Source?

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A simple presentation of Linux created by Josekont

A simple presentation of Linux created by Josekont

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  • 2. What is GNU/Linux? GNU/Linux is a free Operating system. 2
  • 3. History 1. GNU Project started in 1984 to create “free” Operating System. 2. Linux Kernel (base of the system) created by Linus Torvalds in 1991. 3
  • 4. Free, Open Source Software (FLOSS) What can you do? • Freedom to use • Freedom to examine • Freedom to redistribute • Freedom to modify What can´t you do? • Deny these freedoms to anyone else. 4
  • 5. Why use GNU/Linux? • Realibility • Scalability • Flexibility • Security • Price 5
  • 6. The Desktop of Linux 6
  • 7. The Desktop of Linux 7
  • 8. Desktop Applications • Word processing (openOffice) • Programming (C, C++, Perl, Java, PHP) • Graphics (Gimp) • Web browsers (Firefox) • Email (Evolution) • Audio (Amarok) • Games (Open Arena) 8
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  • 15. Linux Vrs. Windows 15
  • 16. Windows Flavours 1. Windows 3.1 2. Windows 95 3. Windows 98 4. Windows ME 5. Windows XP 6. Windows Vista 16
  • 17. Linux Flavours 17
  • 18. Linux Flavours 18
  • 19. Linux Flavours 19
  • 20. Cost 20
  • 21. Inside Linux 21
  • 22. What is Ubuntu? • The Easiest Linux..… • Linux-based operating system for Desktops, laptops and servers. • Completely Free and Open Source • In over 40 languages • And Much more… 22
  • 23. The Ubuntu Promise • Genuine freedom and Flexibility • Zero Licensing fees • First class support: Commercial and Community • Collaboration to the Core • Localisation and Customisation • Certification: Hardware, software, Skills 23
  • 24. About Josekont Website: http://obux.wordpress.com 24
  • 25. End By the way, Merry Christmas! 25

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