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== 2 hours beginners tutorial ==
 
== 2 hours beginners tutorial ==
  
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Date: 20th of February
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Where: Centre Culturel Moutfort (klenge Sall)
  
* Introduction: What is Free Software, What is Linux what is a Distribution (10min)
 
* Basic system: File system (10min)
 
* Applications
 
  
Based on Kubuntu with KDE
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* Introduction (10min)
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* Basic system File system (10min)
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* Applications (rest of time)
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Based on Kubuntu with KDE (depending on presenter)
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=== Introduction ===
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* What is Free Software
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    The [http://www.gnu.org/philosophy/free-sw.html 4 essential freedoms] and why they are useful
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    What is source code
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    Open Source software not only on Linux
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* What is Linux
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    kernel running on many different architectures
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* What is a Distribution
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    "Green distribution" - http://www.planetwatt.com
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    Prepared for multimedia - http://http://www.linuxmint.com
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    Running on old PC's http://distrowatch.com/search.php?ostype=All&category=Old+Computers&origin=All&basedon=All&notbasedon=None&desktop=All&architecture=All&status=Active
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    Light low on resources: http://lubuntu.net/
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=== Basic system ===
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* Disks/partitions/file-system - for end-users important for
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installation and later mounting  Different to C: ....
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* Devices (no drivers to install)
  
 
=== Applications ===
 
=== Applications ===
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* AMule peer2peer ?
 
* AMule peer2peer ?
 
* LibreOffice
 
* LibreOffice
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* Gimp
  
  
 
What other items do we do to have a fully functional system ?
 
What other items do we do to have a fully functional system ?
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=== Hardware ===
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* How many PC/Laptop do we need ?
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* Who provides them ?
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* Installation of Kubuntu

Latest revision as of 18:15, 9 January 2013

Contents

[edit] 2 hours beginners tutorial

Date: 20th of February Where: Centre Culturel Moutfort (klenge Sall)


  • Introduction (10min)
  • Basic system File system (10min)
  • Applications (rest of time)

Based on Kubuntu with KDE (depending on presenter)


[edit] Introduction

  • What is Free Software
    The 4 essential freedoms and why they are useful
    What is source code
    Open Source software not only on Linux
  • What is Linux
    kernel running on many different architectures
  • What is a Distribution
   "Green distribution" - http://www.planetwatt.com 
   Prepared for multimedia - http://http://www.linuxmint.com
   Running on old PC's http://distrowatch.com/search.php?ostype=All&category=Old+Computers&origin=All&basedon=All&notbasedon=None&desktop=All&architecture=All&status=Active 
   Light low on resources: http://lubuntu.net/

[edit] Basic system

  • Disks/partitions/file-system - for end-users important for

installation and later mounting Different to C: ....

  • Devices (no drivers to install)

[edit] Applications

  • Installing/searching applications and updating system
  • NetworkManager -> Configuring the network
  • Firefox -> how to install and then add the flash player
  • Thunderbird -> configure a mail address / configure a calendar (maybe with Goggle calendar)?
  • Amarok/Banshee -> how to get music on i-XY (I don't know how myself ...)
  • Digikam -> connect a camera
  • Mplayer/w32codecs/CSS -> how to install to be able to look at DVDs
  • AMule peer2peer ?
  • LibreOffice
  • Gimp


What other items do we do to have a fully functional system ?

[edit] Hardware

  • How many PC/Laptop do we need ?
  • Who provides them ?
  • Installation of Kubuntu
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