The Ubuntu desktop is easy to use, easy to install and includes everything you need to run your organization, school, home or enterprise. It's also open source, secure, accessible and free to download.
This is a step-by-step installation procedure for Linux, specifically Ubuntu 16.04.
For installing the Ubuntu 16.04, Select Install Ubuntu.
Press Enter to get a language screen and then select the language of your choice and click to continue
You can either choose to install updates and other third-party software while installing Ubuntu 16.04.
We have only two option in the installation type. Please chose any one of the methods
1. Erase full disk : Erase disk and install Ubuntu (i.e. it will format the entire drive and install the OS). click on Installnow
Once you clicked on Install Now, the installer will ask you to confirm the auto partitioning. Click on continue.
Boot Partition : Something else (i.e. you can manually create the partition and install Ubuntu on your selected partition) this advanced mode if you are comfortable in partitioning your drives manually. Click on continue
Select free space and click on the + sign at the bottom to create partitions. Following shows for /boot partition.
Following screen show for the swap partition, it is important to select use as swap area.
Following is for / (root) partition.
Review your partition layout and click on install now.
Write the changes to disk by clicking on continue.
Select your location Press continue.
Select your keyboard layout. If you are not sure, use the ‘Detect Keyboard Layout‘ option. You can also test your selection by typing in the test text box.
click on continue.
Below screenshot shows installing Ubuntu 16.04.
Once the installation is over, click on restart now.
Once your machine is restarted, you will get a login window. Login with username and password that you created earlier.
Ubuntu is now ready for you to try it out!! Use, Share and Enjoy.
Once you have decided to migrate to open source software, you will need to do some basic installing.
Installing open source software depends on your operating system. This is a how-to compilation for multiple operating systems; read the appropriate section for your OS.
For most such systems, you can probably use the OSs package manager to install a pre-built binary package. This is always the recommended method.
1. the root or super user.
2. Normal users.
To lock an account, one needs to invoke passwd with the -l
To unlock an account, one needs to invoke passwd with the -u option.
a primary group
a supplementary group.
- Some services will not start or stop properly if started anywhere but the console (system-config-services will appear to hang in these instances). This is not a bug in system-config-services, but in the individual services.
- Some services are incredibly hard to detect if they are running or not. While there are workarounds present to deal with these, it can't be guaranteed that they're detected properly. Please file bugs against the system-config-services component at http://bugzilla.redhat.com if you encounter such services.
Some configuration files run a set of commands upon startup. A common convention is for such files to have "rc" in their name, typically using the name of the program then an "(.)rc" suffix e.g. ".xinitrc", ".vimrc", ".bashrc", "xsane.rc". S
There are various methods for managing access to system services:
c) update-rc.d etc