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decoding dominant web-technologies 1. A Programmer’s Perspective of World Wide Web 2. Introduction to Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP 3. Conserving Commonwealth of Code-bases 4. Evolution of Linux and its distributions 5. Installing Linux [...]
Linux is the free open-source operating system which means that the source code is provided with the system and can be edited. It comes under GPL i.e. General Public License which means you can always share it.
What is an operating system?
An operating system is a program that provides base for the application software [...]
There are a number of Linux distributions available. One can download Linux from Internet, from certain magazines distributing Linux or boxed versions of Linux from companies like Red Hat, Mandrake Soft and others.
Most Linux distributions are available free of cost on internet.
It is not necessary to install Linux on hard disk to use [...]
For downloading latest version of Ubuntu visit: www.ubuntu.com
After the download, burn a CD/DVD of Ubuntu via DVD-rewriter. For this you will need DVD/CD-rewriter installed on your computer with the burning software.
If you are not having DVD/CD burning software then no need of purchasing it. You can simply download the free version [...]
What is Command Line?
The most common text type input(also known as teletype input) system in Linux is known as Command Line.
Types of command mode:
1. Terminal emulator 2. Virtual terminal
Both of these terminals allow us to access the same command line.
To switch to a virtual console press Ctrl+ Alt+ F2.
After installing Linux we will install LAMP-Server, Word press and Buddy press. We will discuss their installation processes in other chapters as their installation will need an Internet connection so here we will discuss about configuring an Internet connection on Linux operating system.
Establishing a Dial-up connection:
It is the common Internet connection [...]
Linux operating system is composed of four major subsystems. They are:
User Applications O/S Services Linux Kernel Hardware Controllers
Composed of simple user applications like web-browser and word-processing application.
These services are the part of operating system. In this subsystem the programming interface of kernel is included.
It is a [...]
Linux File System is the structure of all information stored on your operating system.
As Linux takes everything as a file hence here the directories are considered as the files containing information of other files. A directory can be used for storing a file or other directories. A file is represented by a structure known [...]