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Training for Students


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The presentation is for students to aware them for Open Source Technologies.

The presentation is for students to aware them for Open Source Technologies.

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  • 3. Windows 7 Sins Poisoning Education An education using the power of computers should be a means to freedom and empowerment, not an avenue for one corporation to instill its monopoly. Invading privacy Windows Genuine Advantage to inspect the contents of users' hard drives. Monopoly behavior Windows pre-installed -- but not by choice. Microsoft dictates requirements to hardware vendors Lock-in force updates on its users, by removing support for older versions of Windows and Office Abusing standards block free standardization of document formats Enforcing Digital Restrictions Management (DRM) technology measures that restrict what people can do with their computers Threatening user security Windows has a long history of security vulnerabilities, enabling the spread of viruses
  • 4. Digital Freedom Free software is a matter of the users' freedom to run, copy, distribute, study, change and improve the software. The freedom to run the program, for any purpose (freedom 0). The freedom to study how the program works, and adapt it to your needs (freedom 1). Access to the source code is a precondition for this. The freedom to redistribute copies so you can help your neighbor (freedom 2). The freedom to improve the program, and release your improvements to the public, so that the whole community benefits (freedom 3). Access to the source code is a precondition for this.
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  • 17. About 2,50,000+ Softwares In our Bag to give you Free of Cost Includes 582+ Operating System 605+ Linux Distribution
  • 18. Enable Educators to spend more time teaching, and less time managing the computers or network.
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  • 20. Open Source Software Free Redistribution Source Code Derived Works No Discrimination Against Persons or Groups No Discrimination Against Fields of Endeavor License Must Not Restrict Other Software License Must Be Technology-Neutral
  • 21. Why Linux and Open Source Training ?
  • 22. Training enable you to be... Linux User System Administrator Web Site Designer Programmer Enterprenure Means... Open New Doors of Job Opportunities Understanding about Open Source Softwares Earn FOSS Techlab Certificate
  • 23. We Covers... Working on Open Source Audio/Video/CD Softwares Graphics and Command Line Programming Tools Administration Tools Networking Tools Samba Server Web Server FTP Server Virtualization Cloud Computing Screen Casting Remote Administration -and lots more...
  • 24. Education Instituions  Institutions save money  Education Departments can Legally Copy and Distribute Software  Institutions have reduced licencing liabilities  Upgrades are free and open source software generally has a very long life spans  Broad range of Support is available  Institutions can invest money elsewhere
  • 25. Who we are ?
  • 26. We... Share Our Knowledge by Consultancy Educating Online/Offline Training Programmes
  • 27. Few Technologies  Deployment Server  Software Repositories  Virtualization  Programming  Thin Computing  Backup / Restore  e-Learning  Remote Admin  Library Automation  Security  Web Designing  IT Infrastructure  Education Tools  Linux Servers  Administration Tools  VOIP
  • 28. Our Movement “Open Source in Academic”
  • 29. Movement Team Members... Management Persons Students Teachers Staff IT Administrators Lab Assistants and
  • 30. You Sooooo..........Let's begin the Journey
  • 31. Thanks and Pls. Login to...
  • 32. Recommended Hardware Specifications for Training  Intel Pentium Pro or better with 1 GB RAM  Or  64-bit Intel/AMD with 1 GB RAM  5-6 GB Disk Space  Bootable CD  Internet Connection, Networking  Projector (Optional) 32
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