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  1. 1. Introduction to GNU/LinuxLinux Installation and Basic Commands Jaganadh G Project Lead (NLP R&D) jaganadhg@gmail.com Weekly Tech Session for R&D Team 365 Media Pvt. Ltd 17 December 2010 Jaganadh G Introduction to GNU/Linux
  2. 2. Linux Installation - Requirements Requirements Any GNU/Linux Distro CD or DVD a CD or DVD drive, and the capability to boot from this drive a 400 MHz processor or faster at least 1 GB of memory (RAM) at least 10 GB of permanent storage (hard drive) space Jaganadh G Introduction to GNU/Linux
  3. 3. Let’s Start Installation Power on the machine and insert the CD/ DVD Reboot the system and set the primary boot device as CD / DVD When the system boots you will get a screen like Jaganadh G Introduction to GNU/Linux
  4. 4. Language Selection Jaganadh G Introduction to GNU/Linux
  5. 5. Keyboard Configuration Jaganadh G Introduction to GNU/Linux
  6. 6. Storage Devices Jaganadh G Introduction to GNU/Linux
  7. 7. Select Installation Type Jaganadh G Introduction to GNU/Linux
  8. 8. Setting the Hostname Jaganadh G Introduction to GNU/Linux
  9. 9. Time Zone Configuration Jaganadh G Introduction to GNU/Linux
  10. 10. Set the Root Password Jaganadh G Introduction to GNU/Linux
  11. 11. Disk Partitioning Setup Jaganadh G Introduction to GNU/Linux
  12. 12. Disk Partitioning Setup Jaganadh G Introduction to GNU/Linux
  13. 13. Write changes to disk Jaganadh G Introduction to GNU/Linux
  14. 14. Boot Loader Configuration Jaganadh G Introduction to GNU/Linux
  15. 15. Package Group Selection Jaganadh G Introduction to GNU/Linux
  16. 16. Package Group Selection Jaganadh G Introduction to GNU/Linux
  17. 17. Installing Packages At this point there is nothing left for you to do until all the packages have been installed. How quickly this happens depends on the number of packages you have selected and your computer’s speed. After installation completes, select Reboot to restart your computer. Fedora ejects any loaded discs before the computer reboots. Jaganadh G Introduction to GNU/Linux
  18. 18. Firstboot Jaganadh G Introduction to GNU/Linux
  19. 19. License Agreement Jaganadh G Introduction to GNU/Linux
  20. 20. System User Jaganadh G Introduction to GNU/Linux
  21. 21. Date and Time Jaganadh G Introduction to GNU/Linux
  22. 22. Hardware Profile Jaganadh G Introduction to GNU/Linux
  23. 23. Your installation is complete Fedora is now installed on your computer. Log in with the username and password that you created during the installation process. Jaganadh G Introduction to GNU/Linux

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