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Throughout this chapter and in other chapters in this book, we might ask that you install software packages using Ubuntu s software configuration tool, the Synaptic Package Manager. Some software packages might be installed from the DVD-ROM disc, so you ll need to keep that handy, but the majority will be automatically downloaded from online repositories once you ve configured your computer to go online.
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We explain all about software installation in 28 of this book, but here s a brief primer on what to do: To open the Synaptic Package Manager, click System Administration Synaptic Package Manager. Because you re reconfiguring your system, you ll need to enter your login password when prompted. Every time you use the Synaptic Package Manager, you should click the Reload button, at the left side of the toolbar running across the top of the screen. This will grab the most up-to-date list of software from the online servers. To search for software, click the Search button on the toolbar, and type the name into the Search field of the dialog box. Then click the dialog box s Search button. To install a software package, click the check box alongside it in the list of results, and click Mark for Installation on the menu that pops up. Sometimes you might be informed that extra software packages need to be installed. This is fine, and they will automatically be added to the list. When you ve finished making your choices, click the Apply button on the main toolbar. Click Apply once more in the dialog box that appears to confirm your choices. When installation has finished, click the Close button in the dialog box, and close the Synaptic Package Manager.
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Configuring hardware is one area where the value of the Ubuntu community becomes very apparent. If you run into a problem, it s unlikely your situation will be unique. Others will probably have encountered the same problem and may have figured out a solution. If so, they may have posted it online. If nothing else, you might find sufficient clues to be able to solve the problem by yourself. Sharing information in this way is part of the spirit of Ubuntu and also Linux. We ve tried to provide complete guides to most hardware configuration in this chapter, but if you run into problems, your first port of call should be the Ubuntu forums, at www.ubuntuforums.org. This is the central meeting place for the Ubuntu community. You can search through existing forum postings or start your own thread asking for help. We explain a little more about the protocols of asking for help in Appendix C of this book. Also worth visiting in times of trouble is the community-written wiki, which can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community. Here, you ll find a range of guides to help configure various aspects of Ubuntu. A wiki is a form of web site that anyone can edit or contribute to. The idea is that it s constructed by its readers.
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We also recommend taking a look at the Ubuntu Guide, at http://ubuntuguide.org, which is also community-written. The Ubuntu Guide can be very concise, and often expects a relatively high degree of technical knowledge, but it is also very comprehensive. Finally, don t forget that you re a member of the community, too. If you encounter and subsequently solve a configuration problem, share the solution with others. You can do this by editing the Ubuntu wiki or posting to the forums.
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Getting online is vital in our modern Internet age, and Ubuntu caters to all the standard ways of doing so. Linux was built from the ground up to be an online operating system and is based on Unix, which pioneered the concept of networking computers together to share data back in the 1970s. However, none of this is to say that getting online with Ubuntu is difficult! In fact, it s very easy. Regardless of whether you use a modem, standard Ethernet network device, or wireless network device, the same program, NetworkManager, is used to configure your network settings under Ubuntu. Support for many makes and models of equipment is built in, so in most cases, all you need to do is enter a few configuration details.
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Note Linux actually runs around 60% of the computers that make the Internet work! Whenever you visit a web site, there s a strong chance that it s run using Linux. As your Linux skills increase, you ll eventually get to a stage where you, too, can run your own Internet servers. It sounds difficult, but can be quite easy.
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