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Your LinuxLive USB key should now be ready! Thank you for using LinuxLive USB Creator. Don't forget to share LiLi with your friends if you liked it :-) Before going any further, properly unplug your USB device then reconnect it. This will force Windows to check the autorun of the key and update the icon.
If you have tried out the DebianGems liveDVD, you have seen how powerful Linux be. If you installed Debian Gems to your hard drive, you will notice the Crystal is not present. This is done to give you a chance to decide if the Crystal is right for your computer. Debian Gems is a free product and will always remain completely free, but there are a couple options for the Crystal Kernel.
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Compiling Software With Debian Linux Note: There are many sources available which cover patching and upgrading the kernel. It involves downloading patch files or the Linux kernel source code and compiling a new kernel. This is not the best practice to follow on most Linux systems. Most distributions customize the kernel.
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apt-get command cheat sheet for Debian Linux apt-get is the command-line tool for handling packages for Debian Linux which is use to: Install/manage individual packages Upgrade packages Apply security patch(s) Keep Debian system up to date Download source .deb files Has many GUI and other utilities as front-ends Here is quick cheat sheet you will find handy while using apt-get at shell prompt:
B oth Debian and Ubuntu Linux provides a number of package management tools. This article summaries package management command along with it usage and examples for you. apt-get : APT is acronym for Advanced Package Tool. It supports installing packages over internet using ftp or http protocols.
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Setting the default root password: Some Live Linux distributions are created without a root password by default (the root account is inactive). This is particularly true with Debian based distributions like Ubuntu. Setting a root password enables us to access some essential tools such as the synaptic installer.
As part of its Information Assurance mission, the National Security Agency has long been involved with the computer security research community in investigating a wide range of computer security topics including operating system security. Recognizing the critical role of operating system security mechanisms in supporting security at higher levels, researchers from NSA's National Information Assurance Research Laboratory have been investigating an architecture that can provide the necessary security functionality in a manner that can meet the security needs of a wide range of computing environments. End systems must be able to enforce the separation of information based on confidentiality and integrity requirements to provide system security.
The launch of Ubuntu was first announced in September 2004. Although a relative newcomer to the Linux distribution scene, the project took off like no other before, with its mailing lists soon filled in with discussions by eager users and enthusiastic developers. In the few years that followed, Ubuntu has grown to become the most popular desktop Linux distribution and has greatly contributed towards developing an easy-to-use and free desktop operating system that can compete well with any proprietary ones available on the market. What was the reason for Ubuntu's stunning success?
. . . That is a question that crops up with regularity on Linux forums when new users are unable to find the defrag tool on their shiny new desktop. Here's my attempt at giving a simple, non-technical answer as to why some filesystems suffer more from fragmenting than others. Rather than simply stumble through lots of dry technical explanations, I'm opting to consider that an ASCII picture is worth a thousand words.