Week06 - ULI101 Week 06 Week Overview Running Live Linux...

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ULI101 Week 06
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Week Overview Running Live Linux Sending email from command line scp and sftp utilities
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Live Linux Most major Linux distributions offer a Live version, which allows users to run the OS without installing it Most often, the Live OS is in a form of a CD or DVD, but it is possible to have Live USB Linux as well Users can boot the OS without affecting the existing OS which can be very useful Troubleshooting Hardware compatibility testing before install Virus removal Trying out a new/unknown distribution Although any files created and changed during a live session are not saved after restart, you can save files on portable storage (such as a USB memory stick) or on the local hard drive after manual mount
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Live Linux You will be asked to use a Live CD version of the Fedora Linux during this week's lab You can download the image from the Fedora Project website - http://fedoraproject.org or use the Freedom Toaster in the Open Lan Make sure to download and burn the CD image BEFORE you arrive on the lab date Spend some time using the OS before the lab Fedora uses the Gnome Window Manager by default, which is different than KDE (used on Matrix)
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This note was uploaded on 04/06/2010 for the course COMPUTER ULI101 taught by Professor Rasien during the Spring '10 term at Seneca.

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