Get started with Linux - part 1
Jul 02, 2009, 18:04 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Tim Smith)
Re-Imagining Linux Platforms to Meet the Needs of Cloud Service Providers
"We will use a version of Linux called Ubuntu, one of the most
popular versions of Linux as it is very easy to use. You will need
to download a copy of Ubuntu 9.04 Desktop Edition from the
Computeractive website. Advertisement
"The download is an ISO image file that contains everything
found on the Ubuntu CD. The download is quite large at around
700MB, so it is suitable for broadband users only.
"If you don't have broadband you can get an Ubuntu CD at little
cost. Our very own Ultimate Guide to Linux comes with a CD on the
cover, so you can order a copy by going to the link above.
"If you don't mind waiting a little longer, the company that
produces Ubuntu will send out a CD for free. Create an account here
and a CD will be sent to you."
When this was posted, the page order was mixed up and Page 1
was put on Page 2. --ed.
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