11-1
Linux Server Training
11-2
Introduction to Linux
11-3
What is Linux?
1. A Unix-like Operating System
2. A famous open source project
3. Free to use, distribute, modify und...
11-4
Linux distributions
11-5
Linux FUD
1. Hard to install, support for different hardware
2. it's ugly
3. Something free can't be good ?
4. It wor...
11-6
Working with Linux
1. Graphical User Interface
2. X Window System
3. SuSE KDE SuSE
11-7
Software Applications
1. Open Office: word processing,
spreadsheets, drawing
2. Adobe Acrobat Reader
3. Konqueror: Th...
11-8
What can it do for you?
1. Full operating system
2. Works well on a variety of hardware, including older hardware
3. ...
11-9
Linux Directory Structure
1. Store drives
2. Accessing data using folders
3. Root directory
 beginning of file system
11-10
Sub-directories
/root directory, starting point of the directory tree
/home (private) directories of users
/dev Devi...
11-11
Why Use Linux?
1. Costs less
2. Stable
3. Reliable
4. Extremely powerful
11-12
Linux vs. Windows
Cost Of Course
Training Provided LINU
X
WINDOWS
Online Training 35000 35000/-
Class Training 15000...
11-13
Linux
1. Complete information needed for download
2. Technical help – Available on Internet (user must be
comfortabl...
11-14
Conclusion
“When is it best to use Linux and when should
some other operating system be preferred?”
It all depends o...
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  1. 1. 11-1 Linux Server Training
  2. 2. 11-2 Introduction to Linux
  3. 3. 11-3 What is Linux? 1. A Unix-like Operating System 2. A famous open source project 3. Free to use, distribute, modify under a compatible license 4. Produced by a large developer and user community 5. A combination of many projects 6. Companies often make money by selling: Support Training Custom changes
  4. 4. 11-4 Linux distributions
  5. 5. 11-5 Linux FUD 1. Hard to install, support for different hardware 2. it's ugly 3. Something free can't be good ? 4. It works different than Windows
  6. 6. 11-6 Working with Linux 1. Graphical User Interface 2. X Window System 3. SuSE KDE SuSE
  7. 7. 11-7 Software Applications 1. Open Office: word processing, spreadsheets, drawing 2. Adobe Acrobat Reader 3. Konqueror: The KDE File Manager and Web Browser 4. KMail: The KDE Mail Application 5. Evolution: An Email and Calendar Program 6. Sound Applications
  8. 8. 11-8 What can it do for you? 1. Full operating system 2. Works well on a variety of hardware, including older hardware 3. You can adapt it to fit your needs 4. Thousands of programs available 5. Secure by design 6. LAMP stack (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP) 7. Supports a wide range of programming languages 8. Scalable
  9. 9. 11-9 Linux Directory Structure 1. Store drives 2. Accessing data using folders 3. Root directory  beginning of file system
  10. 10. 11-10 Sub-directories /root directory, starting point of the directory tree /home (private) directories of users /dev Device files that represent hardware components /etc Important files for system configuration /etc/init.d Boot scripts/usr/bin generally accessible programs Examples of Subdirectories
  11. 11. 11-11 Why Use Linux? 1. Costs less 2. Stable 3. Reliable 4. Extremely powerful
  12. 12. 11-12 Linux vs. Windows Cost Of Course Training Provided LINU X WINDOWS Online Training 35000 35000/- Class Training 15000 20000/-
  13. 13. 11-13 Linux 1. Complete information needed for download 2. Technical help – Available on Internet (user must be comfortable with UNIX system) 3. Windows word processor is better than Linux
  14. 14. 11-14 Conclusion “When is it best to use Linux and when should some other operating system be preferred?” It all depends on the user Office:- M-44,Old-DLF,Sec-14, Gurgaon-122001 SSDN Technologies Pvt. Ltd. Email-Id:-info@ssdntech.com Call Us:-0124-4018080/+91-9999509970
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