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Presented by: Heber Martinez - Background Fernando Navarro - KDE Jane Wong - Corel Linux Gary Yasuda - Init Levels Danny Corona - System Admin. Mark Cheng - Multimedia LINUX
LINUX (LIH- nuks ) Unix Originally developed at AT&T as a multitasking system for minicomputers and mainframes in the 1970’s. Linux Developed primarily be Linus Torval. Inspired by Minix. Kernel uses no code from AT&T or any other proprietary source. Developed by a group of volunteers, primarily in the Internet, who exchange code, report bugs and fix problems.
What is so special about Linux. Linux is said to be: Reliable. Simple. Free! Runs on a variety of platforms. considered the most important free software achievement. Able to turn any 80386 or better PC into a workstation.
LINUX Features: Complete multitasking, multiuser OS. Compatible with Unix standards. Supports virtual consoles. Supports various file systems for storing data. Provides complete implementation of TCP/IP networking software. Include device drivers for many Ethernet cards.
LINUX Features (cont.) Kernel is developed to use protected-mode features of Intel 80386 and better processors. supports demand-paged and loaded executables. supports copy-on-write pages. Linux can coexist with other OS on the same machine.
GNU/Linux K Desktop Environment KDE is a powerful GUI desktop environment for Unix workstations. Provides ease of use, contemporary functionality, and the technological superiority of the Linux OS. KDE is an internet project that is "Open" in every sense. All KDE sources are open to everyone and may be distributed by anyone subject to the well know GNU licenses. KDE is a mature desktop suite. Visit WWW.KDE.ORG for further information.WWW.KDE.ORG
The GNU Project Launched in 1984 to develop a completely Free Unix- like operating system: The GNU System. Many flavors of the GNU system are currently in use, i.e. Caldera, Redhat, Corel, etc. These GNU Systems use the Linux Kernel, these systems are incorrectly called "Linux", they should be called GNU/Linux systems. GNU is "Copylefted". Copyleft uses copyright law in reverse. It allows software to be used, modified, and distribute modified versions. Modified versions may not add restrictions of their own. Visit www.gnu.org for more information.www.gnu.org
Current KDE Distribution Includes the following packages: KDE-Libs: Various Run-time libraries KDE-Base: The base components KDE Graphics: e.g. Kpaint, Kfax, Kghostview KDE Utilities: Kedit, KCalc, Knotes KDE-Multimedia: KMidi, Kmodplayer, Kmixer, KSCD KDE-Games: Kasteroids, Kpat, Ktetris KDE-Admin: Various rools to aid system administration
Current KDE Distribution Includes the following packages: KDE-Network: Kppp, Krn, Kmail Most current distributions of Linux Use a modified version of KDE. Corel calls its version Enhanced KDE. Visit Linux.Corel.com, Linux.com, Linuxworld.com for more information. Demonstration.
The Value of Linux Application Linux is a complete multitasking, multi-user operating system. It supports various file system and applications. Linux is much more compact and runs similar applications much faster than Windows.
Lower Cost Most of Linux software and applications are inexpensive, which you can purchase in diskette or CD-ROM format. E.g. CorelDraw, WordPerfect 8, Domino R5, games, etc…. Linux is free and easily downloaded from the internet, or can be purchased at a much lower cost than Windows software.
Ease of Operation Corel Linux has an Update wizard which can install more recent versions automatically. Use Corel update to remove applications that you no longer want to use. Reinstall deleted applications at any time.
Init Runlevels 0 -- Halt level 1 -- Single user mode 2 -- Multiuser mode (with no shared resources) 3 -- Full Multiuser mode 4 -- Not used 5 -- Full Multiuser mode (with X-based login screen) 6 -- Reboot
Init Program’s Main Roles It creates processes, which has the effect of bringing the system up to the default run level. It controls transitions between run states by re-reading the inittab file.
Inittab File Defines The system’s default run level What actions to be taken when the system enters a new run level What processes to start, monitor, and restart if they die
Run Control Scripts The scripts for starting and stopping system services are located in the rcR.d directories, where R is the run- level. Files that start with S are used to start processes. Files that start with K are used to kill processes.
Init.d Directory The start and kill files in the rc#.d directories are hard linked to scripts in the init.d directory. This is done to facilitate booting. An important advantage of having the actual run control files in the init.d directory is that you can start and stop individual processes from a single location without changing run levels.
Managing Corel Linux Systems Corel Linux and the role of the System Administrator System Administration Utilities Hands on demonstration
Corel Linux and the role of the system administrator System administrator’s role Unlimited privileges No restrictions to functions performed on OS Caution must be used at system level
System Administration utilities Root user User manager Event viewer Control center
Hands-on presentation user manager task manager process manager mime editor font manager file manager event viewer
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LINUX Multimedia Mark’s Linux Application List - Multimedia Well, Linux is a multitasking OS, so it's a perfect OS for multimedia. AuMixer Console-mixer tool. For: Does everything that you've expected! Against: Nothing Get it NOW at: http://jpj.net/~trevor/aumix.html Related:http://jpj.net/~trevor/aumix.html B-play Sound player, pretty good. For: Small Against: Nothing Get it NOW at: ftp://sunsite.unc.edu/pub/Linux/apps/sound/players/ Related:ftp://sunsite.unc.edu/pub/Linux/apps/sound/players/ Cthugha This is a Linux port of the Dos program CTHUGHA (well, funny name, indeed). It's an entertaining application that will grab sound (from for example a CD) and display visual effects on the screen. While playing the audio. Not so useful, but, cool :). For: Amazing Against: I want more and smoother colors in the effects Get it NOW at: http://www.afn.org/~cthugha/ Related: ftp://sunsite.unc.edu/pub/Linux/apps/sound/lightshow/http://www.afn.org/~cthugha/ftp://sunsite.unc.edu/pub/Linux/apps/sound/lightshow/
Cont. Funktracker Gold The only Tracker (MOD-maker) for Linux...until Maube (look under) will be released. But it's not as good as (for example) FastTracker II. I hope they will update it... For: The only alternative (yet) Against: Ugly, disabilities Get it NOW at: ftp://sunsite.unc.edu/pub/Linux/apps/sound/players/ Related: MikMOD Regular MOD player, plays most of the MOD-file types - in the way YOU wish. You can also get a X- Interface (haven't tested). For: Good MOD player Against: Nothing to say Get it NOW at: http://www.tohs.abacom.com/mikmod/ Related:ftp://sunsite.unc.edu/pub/Linux/apps/sound/players/http://www.tohs.abacom.com/mikmod/ MiXViews Oh! A full futured sound recording / editing program. Does everything and more. You have many effects and so on. I only find some disabilities: bugs (a few), no "dyncamic" recording, not so many file formats, ugly GUI. For: Fast, great (!) Against: Ugly GUI (!) Get it NOW at: http://www.ccmrc.ucsb.edu/~doug/htmls/MiXViews.html Related:http://www.ccmrc.ucsb.edu/~doug/htmls/MiXViews.html LINUX Multimedia
Cont. Mpeg 1 Layer 3 (mp3) Tools A mp3 encoder and a decoder, for making your own mp3 files / tweak with someone elses. Do I need to say anything more? And, ther's some other tools at the same homepage. For: Does all necessary Against: Nothing Get it NOW at: http://www.mpeg3.org/main.html Related:http://www.mpeg3.org/main.html Multitrack Multitrack is a SVGAlib digital audio editor. It'll soon come out in a 2.0 version. It's too bad it's not X-based. Another irritating thing is that you must create the WAVE files that you are going to record before you can record. So, it's a bit clumsy. For: Very clean UI, very nice functions Against: It's not X, some irritating things Get it NOW at: http://rulhmpc38.leiden.univ.nl/private/multitrack/multitrack.html Related:http://rulhmpc38.leiden.univ.nl/private/multitrack/multitrack.html Playmidi A general midi player. For: Nothing special Against: Very "basic" Get it NOW at: ftp://sunsite.unc.edu/pub/Linux/apps/sound/players/ Related:ftp://sunsite.unc.edu/pub/Linux/apps/sound/players/ LINUX Multimedia
Cont. Rosegarden And now! That all of you been waiting for! A MIDI program that works! It have a notationing system and so on! Perfect! Nothing to complain about...yet! Get it! For: Perfect Against: Using AWT! ;) Get it NOW at: http://www.bath.ac.uk/~masjpf/rose.html Related:http://www.bath.ac.uk/~masjpf/rose.html sPlay MPEG 3 Audio player. For: Small, great Against: The X interface could have been better Get it NOW at: http://adam.kaist.ac.kr/~jw95/ Related:http://adam.kaist.ac.kr/~jw95/ Synathesia You just can't live without this program! Is a 'visual' CD player. It's just a SVGAlib CD player that shows some nice effects while playing (almost as Cthuga, see above). Very very nice! For: Just wonderful! Against: Increasing the volume during startup, why not some more effects? Get it NOW at: ftp://sunite.unc.edu/pub/Linux/apps/sound/lightshow/ Related:ftp://sunite.unc.edu/pub/Linux/apps/sound/lightshow/ LINUX Multimedia
Cont. Tk3Play Tcl/Tk GUI Front end to an Mpeg3 player. For: Very very nice! Great control! Against: Nothing special Get it NOW at: http://www.mpeg3.org/main.html Related:http://www.mpeg3.org/main.html WorkMan A VERY nice XView CD player. For: Nice Against: Nothing Get it NOW at: ftp://sunsite.unc.edu/pub/Linux/apps/sound/cdr om/X/ Related: ftp://sunsite.unc.edu/pub/Linux/apps/sound/cdr om/X/ X-Anim A animation player for X, plays many, MANY formats. For: Fast, compatible Against: Nothing Get it NOW at: http://smurfland.cit.buffalo.edu/xanim/home.html Related: http://smurfland.cit.buffalo.edu/xanim/home.html LINUX Multimedia
Cont. XView Mpeg A XView based mpeg movie player. For: Nothing special Against: Nothing special Get it NOW at: ftp://sunsite.unc.edu/pub/Linux/apps/graphics/viewers/X/ Related:ftp://sunsite.unc.edu/pub/Linux/apps/graphics/viewers/X/ X-Wave A sound recorder / player. For: Nice Against: Disabilities Get it NOW at: ftp://sunsite.unc.edu/pub/Linux/apps/sound/editors/ Related: http://www.filefarm.com/filefarm/linux/subjects/524/ http://eunuchs.org/linux/frames.html http://eunuchs.org/linux/scanner/index.html http://eunuchs.org/linux/ip_masq/index.htmlftp://sunsite.unc.edu/pub/Linux/apps/sound/editors/ http://www.filefarm.com/filefarm/linux/subjects/524/ http://eunuchs.org/linux/frames.html http://eunuchs.org/linux/scanner/index.html http://eunuchs.org/linux/ip_masq/index.html LINUX Multimedia