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Open source office suite project created with the continuing input of Sun Microsystems (now part of Oracle) and based on code Sun contributed to the open source community. Oracle commercializes a proprietary version called Oracle Open Office (previously known as StarOffice).
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Subdivision of a hard disk into which a file system can be installed.
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Process ID; the numbering system used to refer to a process.
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Method of passing the output from one command to another for further processing. Piping is achieved within the shell by typing the | symbol.
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Portable Operating System Interface; various technical standards that define how UNIX-like operating systems should operate and to which the Linux operating system attempts to adhere.
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Point-to-Point Protocol; networking technology that allows data transfer across serial connections such as telephone lines. In other words, it s the technology that lets you connect to your Internet service provider by using a modem.
process
The way the system refers to the individual programs (or components of programs) running in memory.
proprietary
Effectively, software for which a software license must be acquired, usually for a fee. This usually means that the source code is kept secret, but it can also indicate that the source code is available to view but not to incorporate into your own projects or share with others.
Red Hat
Well-known company that produces distributions of Linux.
redirect
Used to send the output of a command into a particular file. This also works the other way around: the contents of a particular file can be directed into a command. Redirection is achieved within the shell by using the left and right angle brackets (< and >), respectively.
regex
See regular expression.
regular expression
Powerful and complex method of describing a search string, usually when searching with tools such as grep (although regular expressions are also used when programming). Regular expressions use various symbols as substitutes for characters or to indicate patterns.
remote
Indicates a computer or service that is available across a network, including but not limited to computers on the Internet (as opposed to local).
root
(1) The bottom of the Linux file system directory structure, usually indicated by a forward slash (/).
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(2) The /root directory in the bottom of the file system, which is effectively the root user s personal directory. (3) The hard disk partition on which operating system files are installed, sufficient to boot Linux; under Ubuntu the root partition contains all operating system and user data files. (4) The user on some versions of UNIX or Linux who has control over all aspects of hardware, software, and the file system. (5) Used to describe a user who temporarily takes on the powers of the root user (via the sudo command, for example).
Red Hat Package Manager; system used to install and administer programs under Red Hat, SUSE Linux, and some other distributions. The equivalent of APT.
RTFM
Read the Fine manual/man page; exclamation frequently used online when a newbie asks for help without having undertaken basic research.
run level
Describes the current operational mode of Linux (typically, the services that are running). Run level 1 is single-user mode (a stripped-down system with minimal running services); run levels 2 through 5 provide a GUI; run level 6 is reboot mode (switching to it will cause the computer to terminate its processes and then reboot); run level 0 is shutdown (switching to it will cause the PC to shut down). Under Ubuntu and most derivatives of Debian, run level 2 is the default.
Samba
Program that re-creates under UNIX or Linux the Microsoft SMB-based system of sharing files, printers, and other computer resources across a network. It allows Linux to become a file or printer server for Linux and Windows computers, and also allows a Linux client to access a Windows-based server.
scalable
Term describing the ability of a single computer program to meet diverse needs, regardless of the scale of the potential uses. The Linux kernel is described as being scalable because it can run supercomputers as well as handheld computers and home entertainment devices.
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