Curso Administração de Sistemas Linux - História do Linux O Linux é um sistema operacional criado por Linus Torvalds em 1991 na Universidade de Helsinki, na Finlândia. História do Linux Em 1991, Linus Torvalds proclama: "Você suspira pelos bons tempos do Minix-1.1, quando os homens eram homens e escreviam seus próprios "device drivers"? Nesta primeira video-aula aprenderemos mais sobre Linus Torvalds e sobre a história do sistema operacional Linux, bem como alguns conceitos básicos do sistema, como a árvore de diretórios. Para uma melhor visualização clique no símbolo no player abaixo. Mais abaixo nesta lição será apresentado um vídeo onde é mostrada uma instalação da distribuição Linux Ubuntu na versão 10.04. Baixando a distribuição Linux Ubuntu Mas antes da instalação vejamos como baixar e gravar um CD da distribuição Linux Ubuntu: Você pode baixar gratuitamente a versão 10.04 do Ubuntu 32 bits no link: Você vai baixar um arquivo ISO. Linux Ubuntu ou:
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Scott Teresi - Thoughts on The Matrix, and Fight Club The Matrix, and Fight Club The philosophy behind two movies which took me for a great ride by Scott Teresi www.teresi.us/writing The Matrix Warner Brothers has a great section on their official Matrix site collecting a dozen or so writings on the philosophy of The Matrix. This exciting description of the Matrix itself fits the movie exactly... but it's also describing Plato's Cave. Imagine a dark, subterranean prison in which humans are bound by their necks to a single place from infancy. From: Plato's Cave and The Matrix, by John Partidge Here's an excerpt on some of the religious connotations of the movie: At the beginning of The Matrix, a black-clad computer hacker known as Neo falls asleep in front of his computer. From: Wake Up! Here's Roger Ebert's take on the philosophy of The Matrix, from his review of the second movie in the series: Morpheus' extended speeches in the movie "provide not meaning, but the effect of meaning: It sure sounds like those guys are saying some profound things.
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