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Part 1 introduction to redhat linux and installation

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This slide is a part of Redhat video series for RHCE and RHCSA …

This slide is a part of Redhat video series for RHCE and RHCSA
If you are interested in learning have a look at http://youtu.be/YJZkM2-IrWU


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  • 1. Red Hat video Series for RHCE & RHCSAPart -1 Introduction to Linux and RHELInstallation for lab setupVideo Series By Rubin Azad
  • 2. Linux ?Part 1 : Intro to Linux and Red hat Enterprises LinuxLinux is a kernel made by Linus Torvalds.1969 – Unix developed in Bell Labs by Ken Thompson, Dennis Ritchieand other members in purely Assembly LanguageAfter Making C-Language in 1971, Dennis Ritchie re-wrote the UnixIn C-Language in 1973
  • 3. Continued..Part 1 : Intro to Linux and Red hat Enterprises Linux- 1984 – GNU project was started to popularize Unix Operating system.- At the same Open Source Community and Free Software Foundation were started.- 1991 – Computer Science 2nd year student Named “Linus” of Finland Universitydeveloped a kernel which was same as Unix and uploaded it on Internet for freeby giving it a name “Linux”.
  • 4. Continued..Part 1 : Intro to Linux and Red hat Enterprises Linux- Developers from around the world edited Linux Kernel- Now a days so many Operating systems are Available which are basedon Linux Kernel e,g: Ubuntu ,CentOs,Scientific Os, RedHat Linux,Backtrack, Fedora,etc- Go to Destrowatch.com for knowing other Linux Based Os
  • 5. Why Redhat Linux?lReputed Certification in Industries.Widely Used on Servers.Lots of features to manage.High Security.Made for handling server side issues.Part 1 : Intro to Linux and Red hat Enterprises Linux
  • 6. Installation ProcesslInstalling Red hat Enterprise Linux 6.2Part 1 : Intro to Linux and Red hat Enterprises Linux
  • 7. End of Part -1