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Type of file akin to a Windows shortcut. Accessing a symbolic link file routes the user to an actual file. See also link.
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Variant of UNIX used as a foundation for modern forms of proprietary UNIX.
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Describes a kernel that is using proprietary modules in addition to open source modules. Can also refer to insecure software.
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TCP/IP
Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol; standard protocol stack used by most modern operating systems to control and communicate across networks and also across the Internet (as opposed to NetBEUI, commonly available on older versions of Windows, and IPX/SPX, used on Novell s NetWare operating system).
terminal
Another word for shell.
Method and set of programs for typesetting complex documents. Invented prior to word processors and desktop publishing software, and now considered a specialized tool for laying out scientific texts. An updated version of the program called LaTeX is also available.
Torvalds, Linus
Finnish programmer who, in 1991, created the initial versions of the Linux kernel. Since then, he has utilized an international network of volunteers and staff employed by various companies who help produce the kernel. Torvalds himself contributes to and oversees the efforts and is employed by the Linux Foundation.
TeleTYpewriter; shorthand referring to underlying Linux virtual devices that allow programs and users to access the kernel and thereby run programs.
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The name of the penguin character that is the Linux mascot. The original Tux graphic was drawn by Larry Ewing.
Ubuntu
Linux distribution with several unique characteristics. Ubuntu is designed primarily for desktop use (although other versions are available, including some for server hardware and for handheld computers). It is intended for use by individuals in any location in the world, so it has strong multiple-language support. It s run by the Ubuntu Foundation, which is financially backed by Mark Shuttleworth. Each release is guaranteed to be supported for 18 months, or three years in the case of long-term support (LTS) releases (five years in the case of server releases).
Ubuntu Foundation
Organization set up by Mark Shuttleworth and his company, Canonical Ltd., to provide an official home for the Ubuntu distribution of Linux.
User ID; numbering system used by the operating system to refer to a user.
UNIX
Seminal operating system created as a research project in 1969 by Kenneth Thompson and Dennis Ritchie at Bell Labs (later AT&T). Because it was initially possible to purchase the source code for a fee, subsequent revisions were enhanced by a variety of organizations and went on to run many mainframe and minicomputer systems throughout the 1980s, 1990s, and up to the present. Nowadays, UNIX is fragmented and exists in a variety of versions. Perhaps most popular is its open source rendition, BSD UNIX, which has seen many developments since the source code was first released. This means that BSD UNIX no longer exists but has instead diversified into a number of separate projects. Proprietary versions are also available, including Solaris, HP-UX, and AIX.
Upstart
Replacement for init, the software that effectively boots Ubuntu into a useable state whenever the computer is switched on or rebooted. However, Upstart goes beyond the design goals of init, and can stop and start various services (and also monitor them) on the fly while the system is up and running.
user
The way the operating system refers to anyone who accesses its resources. A user must first have a user account set up, effectively giving that user his or her own private space on the system. In addition to actual human users, an average Linux system has many other user accounts created to let programs and services go about their business. These are usually not seen by human users.
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