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What most people refer to as the Linux operating system takes its name from the kernel program, one of its most important system components. This, in turn, was named after its creator, Linus Torvalds. The name Linus is commonly pronounced Lie-nus in many English-speaking countries, but Torvalds speaks Swedish. He pronounces his name Leen-us (imagine this spoken with a gentle Scandinavian lilt, and you ve got it about right). Because of this, he pronounces Linux as Lin-ux , and most people copy this pronunciation. You can hear this spoken by Torvalds himself by visiting www.paul.sladen.org/pronunciation/. Some people refer to the Linux operating system by its full title of GNU/Linux. In this case, GNU is pronounced as in the name of the animal, with a hard G: G-noo. The full pronunciation is therefore G-noo Lin-ux. Finally, the DVD that comes with this book contains a version of Linux called Ubuntu. This is an African word that, in its country of origin, is pronounced in three separate short syllables: oo-bu-ntoo. However, most western English speakers pronounce the word oo-bunt-oo, which is perfectly acceptable!
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The world s most popular operating system is Windows, which is made by the Microsoft Corporation. Linux has no links with Windows at all. Microsoft doesn t contribute anything to Linux and, in fact, is rather hostile toward it, because it threatens Microsoft s market dominance. This means that installing Linux can give you an entirely Microsoft-free PC. How enticing does that sound Windows is used on 91 percent of the world s desktop computers. In other words, it must be doing a good job for it to be so popular, right Let s face facts. On many levels, Windows is a great operating system, and since the release of Windows XP in particular, Microsoft has cleaned up its act. Windows XP does a much better job compared to previous versions of Windows (and Vista makes even more improvements). But the situation is far from perfect. Windows XP is notoriously insecure and virtually every day a new security hole is uncovered. The United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team (www.us-cert.gov ) reported 812 security vulnerabilities for Microsoft Windows during 2005. That s 15 vulnerabilities per week! In June 2005, the computer security company Sophos (www.sophos.com) advertised that its Windows antivirus program defended against over 103,000 viruses!
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This has led to an entire industry that creates antivirus programs, which are additional pieces of software you have to install once your computer is up and running for it to run without the risk of data loss or data theft.
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Note Unlike many books, Beginning Ubuntu Linux doesn t ignore Windows. Throughout its pages, you ll find frequent references to Windows and the software that runs under it. You ll find direct comparisons with actual Windows programs, and you ll learn how to work with Windows files. The intention is that anyone with prior experience will be able to get started with Ubuntu much more quickly.
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So is Linux the solution to these problems Most would agree that it s a step in the right direction, at the very least. Most Linux users don t install antivirus programs, because there are virtually no Linux-specific viruses. As with all software, security holes are occasionally discovered in Linux, but the way it is built means exploiting those holes is much more difficult.
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Note There have been a couple of viruses for Linux, but they re no longer in the wild (that is, they are
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no longer infecting PCs). This is because the security holes they exploited were quickly patched, causing the viruses to die out. This happened because the majority of Linux users update their systems regularly, so any security holes that viruses might exploit are patched promptly. Compare that to Windows, where most users aren t even aware they can update their systems, even when Microsoft gets around to issuing a patch (which has been known to take months).
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There s also the fact that Linux encourages you to take control of your computer, as opposed to treating it like a magical box. As soon as you install Linux, you become a power user. Every aspect of your PC is under your control, unlike with Windows. This means fixing problems is a lot easier, and optimizing your system becomes part and parcel of the user experience.
Tip There s no reason why Linux and Windows can t live side-by-side on the same computer. This can be
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