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									Getting Started with Linux
      Getting Started with Linux

                          AIMS
   That you will understand what Linux is and what it can do
    for you
      Getting Started with Linux

                          AIMS
   That you will understand what Linux is and what it can do
    for you
   You will will feel comfortable using Linux
      Getting Started with Linux

                          AIMS
   That you will understand what Linux is and what it can do
    for you
   You will will feel comfortable using Linux

   You will be able run standard installed applications under Linux
      Getting Started with Linux

                          AIMS
   That you will understand what Linux is and what it can do
    for you
   You will will feel comfortable using Linux

   You will be able run standard installed applications under Linux

   You will have a basic understanding of how to use the command lin
What is Linux?


                    Linux is an operating
                     system


                    Provides the interface
                     between hardware
                     (processor,
                     peripherals, etc.),
                     applications and the
                     user
Linux Distributions



             OpenSuse
              Ubunto
              Redhat
              Fedora
              Debian
             Slackware
Why Linux ?
Why Linux ?

          $ $             $
                  $

     $        $       $       $
                  $
          $               $
 $       $                        $
Why Linux ?


              Free
Why Linux ?


                Free
              Security
Why Linux ?


                  Free
                Security
    Offloading job to a remote server
Why Linux ?


                  Free
                Security
    Offloading job to a remote server
Why Linux ?


                  Free
                Security
    Offloading job to a remote server
          Software availability
Why Linux ?


                  Free
                Security
    Offloading job to a remote server
          Software availability
               Flexibility
Why Linux ?


                  Free
                Security
    Offloading job to a remote server
          Software availability
               Flexibility
              Performance
Why Linux ?


                  Free
                Security
    Offloading job to a remote server
          Software availability
               Flexibility
            Performance
        Powerful command line
Where are my files?
                     MS Windows         Linux

    Root             C:\                /

    Home folder      U:                 /home/elecstaff/USER
                                        /home/elecpg/USER
    Installed apps   C:\Program Files   /usr/bin, usr/local/bin

    CDROM            D:\ (or another    /media/cdrom (or alternatively
                     virtual drive)     /mnt/cdrom or /cdrom)
    Floppy drive     A:\                /media/fd0 (or alternatively
                                        /mnt/fd0 or /floppy)

								
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