Revision as of 12:00, 7 October 2009
Your Linux "Guide on the Side"
This WIKI is a resource for people to learn how to work in the Open Source environment.
Below are links to pages to provide useful help.
Why Should I Use Linux?
- Why Should I Use Linux?
- What is Ubuntu?
Setting up Ubuntu:
- Install Ubuntu (Linux OS)
- Customize Ubuntu
- Install Applications in Ubuntu
- Create a Diskless Computer Lab (LTSP - Edubuntu)
- Open Office
- Cxoffice (Run MS Office in Linux)
- Educational Software (Kids)
- Educational Software (High-school / College)
- Educational software (Adult)
- Taking Screen Captures
- List of Useful Applications (by Category)
- Cedega Gaming Service (Play PC games on Linux)
- Frozen Bubble
- Planet Penguin Racer (formerly Tux Racer)
- Open Arena
Why Should I Use Linux? ==
Good Question. Linux is a free operating system that is based on the Unix operating system created in the late 1960s.
Basically, most things that you can do in Windows can be done in Linux.
The Linux operating system is especially favoured as a low-cost solution to run various servers (web, ftp, etc). It is also used as a cost-effective platform to develop software.