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a: append after the cursor
i: insert before the cursor
o: open a line below
A: append to end of line
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Step-1: download Ubuntu 11.10 LiveCD
Step-2: burn the .iso
Step-3: backups
Step-4: network cable connected , restart, boot...
Step 7:three different sub-steps
Step 7-A:Erase the entire disk Step 7-B:
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Step 7-C:"something else" option
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Step 8: Step 9:
Step 10: Step 11: Ubuntu continues the installation
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Step 13: enter, to select the first option
Step 14: automatically log into Ubuntu / Enter your password
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Step-16:Click on the power button
Step 17: black Ubuntu menu button
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Linux Network Configuration and Troubleshooting Commands
Ifconfig
PING Command
TRACEROUTE Command
NETSTAT Command
DIG...
The top 5 problems with Linux
Linus Torvalds is mortal
Hardware compatibility
Lack of software
Too many package managers m...
Future Work on Linux
Linux is the Future of gaming
Gabe Newell, CEO of Valve declared that proprietary software and closed...
Five Linux Releases to Expect in the Near Future
Future Work on Linux
Linux Mint – Cinnamon
Found in Linux world and upco...
Future Work on Linux
Five Linux Releases to Expect in the Near Future
OpenSuSE 12.3 KDE
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  16. 16. a: append after the cursor i: insert before the cursor o: open a line below A: append to end of line I: insert at beginning of line O: open a line below ...Linux... 16 <Esc> takes you from insert mode back to command mode :wq- save changes and exit :w- Save changes but do not exit :q- Abandon changes but exit
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  18. 18. Step-1: download Ubuntu 11.10 LiveCD Step-2: burn the .iso Step-3: backups Step-4: network cable connected , restart, boot Step-5: LiveCD will load up Step-6: Install third-party software 18...Linux...
  19. 19. Step 7:three different sub-steps Step 7-A:Erase the entire disk Step 7-B: 19...Linux...
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  21. 21. Step 8: Step 9: Step 10: Step 11: Ubuntu continues the installation 21...Linux...
  22. 22. Step 12: Step 13: enter, to select the first option Step 14: automatically log into Ubuntu / Enter your password Step 15: desktop should look like this 22...Linux...
  23. 23. Step-16:Click on the power button Step 17: black Ubuntu menu button 23...Linux...
  24. 24. Linux Network Configuration and Troubleshooting Commands Ifconfig PING Command TRACEROUTE Command NETSTAT Command DIG Command NSLOOKUP Command ROUTE Command HOST Command ARP Command ETHTOOL Command IWCONFIG Command HOSTNAME Command GUI tool system-config-network 24...Linux...
  25. 25. The top 5 problems with Linux Linus Torvalds is mortal Hardware compatibility Lack of software Too many package managers makes Linux hard to learn and master Different desktop managers lead to a fragmented experience 25...Linux...
  26. 26. Future Work on Linux Linux is the Future of gaming Gabe Newell, CEO of Valve declared that proprietary software and closed platforms are gaming's past, its future is open and on Linux. Open systems were advancing much faster Newell said, "It took us six months to get one update through the Apple store. Closed systems are at odds with the evolution of gaming”. Linux Future Technology Main aim was to develop a UNIX like operating system for IBM compatible personal computers based on Intel’s 80386 microprocessor Now available on other architecture including DEC-Alpha, Sun-SPARC, Motorola MC680X0, Apple’s PowerPC and IBM’s system/390. Linux Will Probably Force Microsoft Force Microsoft to Offer Future Windows OSes for Free Linux systems are evolving quickly and the there's no stopping them 26...Linux...
  27. 27. Five Linux Releases to Expect in the Near Future Future Work on Linux Linux Mint – Cinnamon Found in Linux world and upcoming edition of Debian Mint Debian Edition 201303 can be used with the Cinnamon And MATE desktop environments Korora 18 Can see the influence of Linux Fedora in Korora Beta version for Korora 18 is available No release date has been announced 27...Linux...
  28. 28. Future Work on Linux Five Linux Releases to Expect in the Near Future OpenSuSE 12.3 KDE OpenSuSE 12.3 KDE was launched on March 13 Work equally well on laptops and netbooks Installing it on multiple devices. Mageia 3 KDE Mageia 3 KDE preceded OpenSuSE 12.3 by a couple of days It took an extra beta testing phase to make it ready for release The Mageia 3 KDE is great to use Wheezy One of the most event-free developments of a Debian distribution The Debian GNU 7.0 is up for release soon The criticism for Debian distributions that they are too few and far between continues with Wheezy as well 28...Linux...
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