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 ===== 2-1: Installing Ubuntu Linux ===== ===== 2-1: Installing Ubuntu Linux =====
  
-== Figure 2-1: The Ubuntu Logo ==+== Figure 2-1-1: The Ubuntu Logo ==
  
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 Under these circumstances,​ a Bootloader is also installed, that will allow the selection of the operating system to use, at boot time (for example Windows or Linux). At the time of this writing, the default bootloader installed with Ubuntu is [[https://​help.ubuntu.com/​community/​Grub2|Grub 2]]. Under these circumstances,​ a Bootloader is also installed, that will allow the selection of the operating system to use, at boot time (for example Windows or Linux). At the time of this writing, the default bootloader installed with Ubuntu is [[https://​help.ubuntu.com/​community/​Grub2|Grub 2]].
  
-The possibility to work and develop locally on one's own local hardware, either laptop, desktop or server should be pursued actively as it allows a full control of the system (you often cannot get a full privileges/​root access on somebody else's machine) and ultimately leads to a development of system administration ​skylls ​that are difficult to develop as a mere guest user. Having full control is more difficult, because, especially at the beginning some tasks, such as for example apache configuration,​ might seem complicated and will take a fair amount of time. On the long run however, this means having full control of your environment and a more aware and skilled user. We encourage you to select the hard path of taking full control in your hands, it will pay.+The possibility to work and develop locally on one's own local hardware, either laptop, desktop or server should be pursued actively as it allows a full control of the system (you often cannot get a full privileges/​root access on somebody else's machine) and ultimately leads to a development of system administration ​skills ​that are difficult to develop as a mere guest user. Having full control is more difficult, because, especially at the beginning some tasks, such as for example apache configuration,​ might seem complicated and will take a fair amount of time. On the long run however, this means having full control of your environment and a more aware and skilled user. 
  
 +We encourage you to select the hard path of taking full control, it will pay. Put you hands on a used PC, install linux from scratch as the only operating system, connect the machine to the internet, have fun. Then install Linux alongside your existing OS on our laptop, if you have one.
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 +==== Chapter Sections ====
 +<box 100% left round blue | **Chapter 2**>
 +<​html>&​nbsp;</​html>​
 +  * [[chapter_2_-_the_linux_operating_system:​start|Introduction]]
   * **2-1:** [[chapter_2_-_the_linux_operating_system:​installing ubuntu linux|Installing Ubuntu Linux]]   * **2-1:** [[chapter_2_-_the_linux_operating_system:​installing ubuntu linux|Installing Ubuntu Linux]]
-  * **2-1:** [[chapter_2_-_the_linux_operating_system:​the linux filesystem |The Linux Filesystem]]+  * **2-2:** [[chapter_2_-_the_linux_operating_system:​the linux filesystem |The Linux Filesystem]] 
 +  * **2-3:** [[chapter_2_-_the_linux_operating_system:​basic linux shell commands |Basic Linux Shell Commands]] 
 +  * **2-4:** [[chapter_2_-_the_linux_operating_system:​installing and using openssh server for remote connections |Installing and using Open SSH Server for remote connections]]  
 +  * **2-5:​** ​ [[chapter_2_-_the_linux_operating_system:​installing linux apache php mysql lamp server |Installing a LAMP (Linux, Apache, PHP, MySQL) Server]] 
 +  * **2-6:** [[chapter_2_-_the_linux_operating_system:​apache web server configuration |Apache Web Server Configuration]] 
 +  * **2-7:** [[chapter_2_-_the_linux_operating_system:​setting up a linux web server|Setting up a Linux Web Server - Reference Summary]] 
 + 
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 +[[..:​start|Back to index]] 
 +</​box>​
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