website: www.phil-it.org
<ul>Harness the Power of  OPEN SOURCE </ul>
About me <ul>Orlando “ Orlee” Pasion, Jr. <li>ubuntu evangelist
ubuntu-ph member
Phil I.T. Org - Board member
B.S. Telecom Technology
Identi.ca/orlandopasionjr
fb/orlandopasionjr
twitter/orlandopasionjr
Zodiac sign : Leo
Not Superman </li></ul>
Agenda <ul><li>UBUNTU – Linux for human being
Clearing your expectations
What is FOSS?
Key Differences between Ubuntu
& Microsoft Windows
Security
Exploring the Ubuntu Desktop
UBUNTU in Action </li></ul>
<ul>What is UBUNTU? </ul>(Linux for human being)
<ul>ubuntu – Linux for human being </ul><ul><li>The term “Ubuntu” is a traditional African concept that originated from th...
It can be described as a way of connecting with others—living in a global community where your actions affect all of human...
Ubuntu is more than just an operating system: it is a community of people that come together voluntarily to collaborate on...
<ul>ubuntu – Linux for human being </ul><ul><li>A brief History of UBUNTU </li></ul>
<ul>ubuntu – Linux for human being </ul><ul><li>Ubuntu was conceived in 2004 by Mark Shuttleworth, a successful South Afri...
<ul>ubuntu – Linux for human being </ul><ul><li>A brief History of UBUNTU
An OS based on Debian
Free and Open Source
Strong focus on usability and ease of installation
Ubuntu is community based.
“Humanity towards others” </li></ul>
<ul>Clearing your expectations Accepting something new </ul>
Before stepping into the  “dark side” <ul><li>Are you prepared to learn a whole new OS?
Software and hardware support?
Cross-OS compatibility? </li></ul>
<ul>What is FOSS </ul>In a world without fences and walls,  who needs gates and windows?
Free and Open Source Software Free as in speech, free as in beer <ul><li>Linux isn't a platform of the sort defined by Win...
Linux is a form of building material naturally suited for making foundations and frameworks.
It evolves and improves in the course of being put to use.
Users can dig in, learn, and change the source code, freely.
It relies on the community. </li></ul><ul>G </ul>
Key Differences between ubuntu  & Microsoft Windows
Key Differences between ubuntu & Microsoft Windows <ul>Ubuntu and Microsoft Windows can be differentiated by many characte...
Key Differences between ubuntu & Microsoft Windows <ul>Ubuntu and Microsoft Windows can be differentiated by many characte...
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  • Clearing your expectations
  • And It contains all the application you need-including a Web browser, presentation, document and spreadsheet software, instant messaging and much more Ubuntu is an entirely open source operating system built around the Linux kernel. The Ubuntu community is built around the ideals enshrined in the Ubuntu Philosophy: that software should be available free of charge, that software tools should be usable by people in their local language and despite any disabilities, and that people should have the freedom to customize and alter their software in whatever way they see fit. For those reasons: * Ubuntu will always be free of charge, and there is no extra fee for the &amp;quot;enterprise edition&amp;quot;; we make our very best work available to everyone on the same Free terms. * Ubuntu includes the very best in translations and accessibility infrastructure that the free software community has to offer, to make Ubuntu usable for as many people as possible. * Ubuntu is released regularly and predictably; a new release is made every six months. You can use the current stable release or the current development release. Each release is supported for at least 18 months. * Ubuntu is entirely committed to the principles of open source software development; we encourage people to use open source software, improve it and pass it on. .
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    1. 1. website: www.phil-it.org
    2. 2. <ul>Harness the Power of OPEN SOURCE </ul>
    3. 3. About me <ul>Orlando “ Orlee” Pasion, Jr. <li>ubuntu evangelist
    4. 4. ubuntu-ph member
    5. 5. Phil I.T. Org - Board member
    6. 6. B.S. Telecom Technology
    7. 7. Identi.ca/orlandopasionjr
    8. 8. fb/orlandopasionjr
    9. 9. twitter/orlandopasionjr
    10. 10. Zodiac sign : Leo
    11. 11. Not Superman </li></ul>
    12. 12. Agenda <ul><li>UBUNTU – Linux for human being
    13. 13. Clearing your expectations
    14. 14. What is FOSS?
    15. 15. Key Differences between Ubuntu
    16. 16. & Microsoft Windows
    17. 17. Security
    18. 18. Exploring the Ubuntu Desktop
    19. 19. UBUNTU in Action </li></ul>
    20. 20. <ul>What is UBUNTU? </ul>(Linux for human being)
    21. 21. <ul>ubuntu – Linux for human being </ul><ul><li>The term “Ubuntu” is a traditional African concept that originated from the Bantu languages of southern Africa.
    22. 22. It can be described as a way of connecting with others—living in a global community where your actions affect all of humanity.
    23. 23. Ubuntu is more than just an operating system: it is a community of people that come together voluntarily to collaborate on an international software project that aims to deliver the best possible user experience. </li></ul>
    24. 24. <ul>ubuntu – Linux for human being </ul><ul><li>A brief History of UBUNTU </li></ul>
    25. 25. <ul>ubuntu – Linux for human being </ul><ul><li>Ubuntu was conceived in 2004 by Mark Shuttleworth, a successful South African entrepreneur, and his company Canonical. Shuttleworth recognized the power of Linux and open source, but was also aware of weaknesses that prevented mainstream use. </li></ul><ul>A brief history of ubuntu </ul>
    26. 26. <ul>ubuntu – Linux for human being </ul><ul><li>A brief History of UBUNTU
    27. 27. An OS based on Debian
    28. 28. Free and Open Source
    29. 29. Strong focus on usability and ease of installation
    30. 30. Ubuntu is community based.
    31. 31. “Humanity towards others” </li></ul>
    32. 32. <ul>Clearing your expectations Accepting something new </ul>
    33. 33. Before stepping into the “dark side” <ul><li>Are you prepared to learn a whole new OS?
    34. 34. Software and hardware support?
    35. 35. Cross-OS compatibility? </li></ul>
    36. 36. <ul>What is FOSS </ul>In a world without fences and walls, who needs gates and windows?
    37. 37. Free and Open Source Software Free as in speech, free as in beer <ul><li>Linux isn't a platform of the sort defined by Windows and Mac OS.
    38. 38. Linux is a form of building material naturally suited for making foundations and frameworks.
    39. 39. It evolves and improves in the course of being put to use.
    40. 40. Users can dig in, learn, and change the source code, freely.
    41. 41. It relies on the community. </li></ul><ul>G </ul>
    42. 42. Key Differences between ubuntu & Microsoft Windows
    43. 43. Key Differences between ubuntu & Microsoft Windows <ul>Ubuntu and Microsoft Windows can be differentiated by many characteristics such as cost, version release, security, customization, data storage, OS installation and software installation. </ul>
    44. 44. Key Differences between ubuntu & Microsoft Windows <ul>Ubuntu and Microsoft Windows can be differentiated by many characteristics such as cost, version release, security, customization, data storage, OS installation and software installation. </ul>
    45. 45. System Requirement <ul>Windows 7 <li>1 gigahertz (GHz) or faster 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64) processor
    46. 46. 1 gigabyte (GB) RAM (32-bit) or 2 GB RAM (64-bit)
    47. 47. 16 GB available hard disk space (32-bit) or 20 GB (64-bit)
    48. 48. DirectX 9 graphics device with WDDM 1.0 or higher driver </li></ul><ul>Ubuntu <li>1 GHz x86 processor
    49. 49. 512 MiB of system memory (RAM)
    50. 50. 5 GB of disk space (for OS files; consideration should be given to the (often very large) size of user files that will occupy the /home directory)
    51. 51. Graphics card and monitor capable of 1024x768 </li></ul>
    52. 52. Applications <ul><li>Web browsing
    53. 53. E-mail
    54. 54. Word Processing
    55. 55. Multimedia
    56. 56. Image editing & Picture Management </li></ul><ul>Mozilla Firefox Evolution mail OpenOffice Suite Totem Movie Player Rhythmbox Sound Recorder F-Spot and GIMP </ul><ul>Internet Explorer Windows mail Word Pad Windows Media Player Windows Media Center Microsoft Paint Windows Picture Gallery </ul>
    57. 57. Programmer’s toolbox <ul><li>Ruby on Rails – Cross platform for C++ dev framework
    58. 58. Eclipse – Java, Web applications, community-contributed plug-ins, strong community support
    59. 59. Aptana – Web 2.0, AJAX, Web applications, community-contributed plug-ins, strong community support
    60. 60. Bluefish – Simple and quick HTML, CSS editing
    61. 61. CVS/SVN – Versioning tools
    62. 62. GIMP/Blender – Imaging
    63. 63. Apache – Web server, feature-rich, most popular web server
    64. 64. MySQL – Best DB (ever!!!)
    65. 65. Qt – Cross platform C++ dev framework
    66. 66. Mono – Cross platform .NET dev framework </li></ul>
    67. 67. Installing software <ul><li>Get software from local store
    68. 68. Pop CD into disc drive
    69. 69. Enter CD key
    70. 70. Wait for the software to install itself
    71. 71. Be sure to put the CD and key in a safe place </li></ul><ul><li>Open the Ubuntu Software Center
    72. 72. Select software and click install
    73. 73. Wait for the software to download and install </li></ul>
    74. 74. Peripherals <ul><li>Almost any piece of hardware you purchase comes with a handy CD for installing the drivers
    75. 75. Keep CD in a safe place </li></ul><ul><li>It just works
    76. 76. If it doesn’t, Ubuntu will offer to automatically download and install any closed-source driver </li></ul>
    77. 77. System Maintenance <ul><li>Periodically run anti-virus & anti-spyware
    78. 78. De-fragmentation every 2 months
    79. 79. Clean registry </li></ul><ul><li>Run computer janitor when un-installing (sometimes) </li></ul>
    80. 80. Updating the System <ul><li>Automatically downloads and installs updates without asking
    81. 81. Once finished updating, the system will shut-down, install some more updates, and then possibly install </li></ul><ul><li>System asks you if you want to download and install it
    82. 82. Only installs the updates once and will only ask for a reboot if the kernel was updated
    83. 83. New versions of the OS are released every 6 months </li></ul>
    84. 84. Estimated Cost <ul><li>Windows7:
    85. 85. $199.00 - $319.00
    86. 86. MS OfficeSuite 2010: $279.99 - $499.99
    87. 87. Visual Studio 2010: $549.00 - $799.00 </li></ul><ul><li>Ubuntu OS: Free
    88. 88. OpenOffice Suite: Free
    89. 89. Evolution Mail: Free
    90. 90. Tomboy Notes: Free
    91. 91. Ruby on Rails, Eclipse, Aptana, Gleany, Mono, Bluefish, Netbeans, and many more IDEs: Free </li></ul>
    92. 92. About versions & release cycles
    93. 93. Ubuntu derivatives <ul><li>Official derivative of Ubuntu that use the KDE environment.
    94. 94. Customized for the school environment.
    95. 95. intended for users of low-end computers.
    96. 96. For multimedia editing/ creation flavour of Ubuntu. </li></ul>
    97. 97. Open Source Security
    98. 98. Why Ubuntu is safe <ul>Ubuntu is secure by default for a number of reasons: <li>Ubuntu clearly distinguishes between normal users and administrative users.
    99. 99. Software for Ubuntu is kept in a secure online repository, which contains no false or malicious software.
    100. 100. Open-source software like Ubuntu allows security flaws to be easily detected.
    101. 101. Security patches for open-source software like Ubuntu are open released quickly.
    102. 102. Many viruses designed to primarily target Windows-based systems do not affect Ubuntu systems. </li></ul>
    103. 103. Linux Security <ul><li>Linux boxes are no less targets than any other OS
    104. 104. At this time of writing, there are no significant Linux viruses “in the wild”
    105. 105. The best anti-virus: literally, thousands of eyes </li></ul>
    106. 106. Exploring the Ubuntu Desktop
    107. 107. Exploring the Ubuntu Desktop <ul><li>The desktop is what you see after you log in to your computer and what you use to manage and run applications. The default desktop environment for Ubuntu is GNOME, a leading UNIX and Linux desktop suite and development platform. </li></ul><ul>G </ul>
    108. 108. <ul><li>Top Panel Menus
    109. 109. - Top Panel – Adding short-cut Icons
    110. 110. Bottom Panel Icons
    111. 111. The desktop background
    112. 112. Creating a Users Account
    113. 113. Adding / Removing Application
    114. 114. Desktop Effects-Compiz Fusion </li></ul>Exploring the Ubuntu Desktop <ul>G </ul>
    115. 115. Ubuntu in Action
    116. 116. Ubuntu in Government <ul><li>Brazil's PC Conectado, a tax-free computer initiative
    117. 117. City of Munich has chosen to migrate its 14,000 desktops to Debian-based LiMux
    118. 118. The United States Department of Defense uses Linux
    119. 119. US Navy nuclear submarine fleet runs on Linux
    120. 120. Spain has been noted as the furthest along the road to Linux adoption
    121. 121. State owned Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC) is installing Linux in all of its 20,000 retail branches as the basis for its web server and a new terminal platform
    122. 122. The Government of Pakistan established a Technology Resource Mobilization Unit in 2002 to enable groups of professionals to exchange views and coordinate activities in their sectors and to educate users about free software alternatives </li></ul>
    123. 123. Ubuntu in Government <ul><li>The French Parliament
    124. 124. The Federal Employment Office of Germany
    125. 125. The Cuban Government has launched its own version of Linux called &quot;Nova“
    126. 126. France's Ministry of Agriculture
    127. 127. France's national police force, saving about €50 million
    128. 128. Macedonia's Ministry of Education and Science
    129. 129. The Philippines fielded an Ubuntu-powered national voting system </li></ul>
    130. 130. Ubuntu in Government
    131. 131. Linux-powered behemoths <ul>**world’s top supercomputers <li>Oak Ridge National Laboratory (United States) - Jaguar - Cray XT5-HE Opteron Six Core 2.6 GHz / 2009 Cray Inc.
    132. 132. National Supercomputing Centre in Shenzhen (NSCS) (China) - Nebulae - Dawning TC3600 Blade, Intel X5650, NVidia Tesla C2050 GPU / 2010 Dawning
    133. 133. DOE/NNSA/LANL (United States) - Roadrunner - BladeCenter QS22/LS21 Cluster, PowerXCell 8i 3.2 Ghz / Opteron DC 1.8 GHz, Voltaire Infiniband / 2009 IBM
    134. 134. National Institute for Computational Sciences/University of Tennessee (United States) - Kraken XT5 - Cray XT5-HE Opteron Six Core 2.6 GHz / 2009 Cray Inc.
    135. 135. Forschungszentrum Juelich (FZJ) (Germany) - JUGENE - Blue Gene/P Solution / 2009 IBM </li></ul>
    136. 136. Ubuntu Philosophy <ul><li>Ubuntu will always be free of charge, and there is no extra fee for the &quot;enterprise edition&quot;; we make our very best work available to everyone on the same Free terms.
    137. 137. Ubuntu includes the very best in translations and accessibility infrastructure that the free software community has to offer, to make Ubuntu usable for as many people as possible.
    138. 138. Ubuntu is released regularly and predictably; a new release is made every six months. You can use the current stable release or the current development release. Each release is supported for at least 18 months.
    139. 139. Ubuntu is entirely committed to the principles of open source software development; we encourage people to use open source software, improve it and pass it on. </li></ul>
    140. 140. Q n A
    141. 141. Q n A <ul>May tanong po ba kayo? </ul>
    142. 142. links <ul><li>www.ubuntu.com
    143. 143. wiki.ubuntu.com
    144. 144. http://ubuntuforums.org/
    145. 145. www.ubuntu-ph.org
    146. 146. www.phil-it.org </li></ul>
    147. 147. <ul>Special thanks to: </ul><ul><li>angheloko (ubuntuforumID) </li></ul>
    148. 148. links <ul><li>www.ubuntu.com
    149. 149. wiki.ubuntu.com
    150. 150. http://ubuntuforums.org/
    151. 151. www.ubuntu-ph.org
    152. 152. www.phil-it.org </li></ul>

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