This book discusses how you can get more out of Ubuntu framework, whether you are an end user, a system administrator or a bit of both, step by step. The book is for a large number of readers, suitable for:
- Home Users
- System administrators
- Computer Science
A “Ubuntu Practical Tutorial” offers you an overview of several Linux aspects. This book contains the knowledge to carry on, regardless of the experience. This book discusses how Linux can be used by both the graphical and command-line interfaces. This book is planned to make the most of it in the shortest possible time. This book must not be read directly on your tab. Take a look and read about a subject in the material table or index. The book contains several web pages, on which more knowledge can be obtained. A net product and a free operating system, the Linux operating system that was created through several people worldwide is. All the source code is open, in other words. You should review it, redistribute it and change it. The program, root, documents, or help is available free of charge. The code is free of charge.
For Linux, a wide array of free and commercial software as well as a wide range of resources are available: graphical, word processing, networking, security, management, web server, and many others. Large it firms have recently been given Linux support benefits, with on-staff programmers designing and coding the Linux kernel, GNU, KDE or other Linux software.
The amount of software available to users is also critical – not only source code (which requires compilation), but also the readily installed and ready to run previously-built binaries. Other than free software, these applications contain. For eg, from the start Netscape was available to Linux and before it was available to several commercial providers provided Java support. His brother, Mozilla/Thunderbird/Firefox, has several other features as well, and it is a viable server, mail recipient, and news reader.
It’s just one little book part. This Book includes the chapters:
- Working with Ubuntu Linux
- System administration
- Clients and servers