Linux is the foundation of thousands of open source operating systems designed to replace Windows and Mac OS. It is free to download and install on any computer. Because it is open source, there are a variety of different versions, or distributions, available developed by different groups.

Installation of Linux - Linux

In this “Installation of Linux - Linux” you will learn about following topics:

  1. Disk Partitioning
  2. Hard Drive Naming Convention
  3. Partition Tables
  4. Partitions and Partition Numbering
  5. Advantages of Disk Partitions
  6. Disadvantages of Disk Partitions
  7. Command to Manage Linux Disk Partition
  8. Installation of Linux
  9. Installation Process
  10. Troubleshooting of Installation
  11. CD-ROM Reliability
  12. Boot Configuration
  13. Software Speech Synthesis
  14. Common 32-bit PC Installation Problems
  15. Interpreting the Kernel Startup Messages
  16. Reporting Installation Problems
  17. Submitting Installation Reports




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