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  • Designing A Linux Implementation Proposal For The Company Linx, Llc

    Introduction I will be writing a Linux Implementation Proposal for the company Linx, LLC. This company has a new research and development group named LSDG. All the systems in the group LSDG will be running the Red Hat Linux operating system. These systems will access and share resources with the existing hardware in place. The existing hardware that Linx, LLC has implemented is a Microsoft active directory domain which contains numerous Windows Server 2012 R2 servers running services like DNS, DHCP, web services, printing and file services for the staff at Linx, LLC. The company overall has about 500 clients that run a mix of Windows 7 and Windows XP configurations. This proposal’s main objective is to replace every Windows XP system with a Linux variant. The Variant I have chosen to replace the Windows XP systems will be Red Hat. Migration and installation of Red Hat Linux The Red Hat Linux team has made it super easy for system administrators that have no Linux experience to install or migrate the systems to Red Hat from Windows. The systems that Linx, LLC wants us to update have an Intel Core 2 processor, 2GB RAM and an 80GB hard drive already installed. The Red Hat Enterprise operating system. requires that the hardware meets the following requirements before installing. The CPU should be a Pentium 4 or higher and should be at least 2GHz or higher, 1GB minimum of RAM and 4GB minimum for the hard drive. (Nwosu, 2010) The current Window XP system will be able to run the…

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  • Operating System Swot Analysis

    M1-Compare the strengths & weaknesses of Operating System There are many different types of Operating Systems that are developed for different reasons, the most common operating systems in desktop computers and laptops are Windows and Linux. The company has requested that I run comparison of Windows 7 and Linux 14, there functions, features, pros, cons and at the end give my overall opinion. Windows 7: Windows 7 has incorporated new features make it more advance than Windows Vista but also make…

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  • Case Study Of Building A Single Technology Platform

    common functionality needed by most of the applications. They built Java IDE to show the value of the platform. Hence for all the above reasons, OTI was a leverage point for building the single platform. 6. How did the Java IDE help to sell the platform? How did the Linux OS support help/hurt the single…

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  • The Cathedral And The Bazaar: A Comparative Analysis

    In his iconic book, “The Cathedral and the Bazaar: Musings on Linux and Open Source by an Accidental Revolutionary” (Raymond , 1999), contrast Raymond between two different work (or software develop) methods: the Cathedral model and the Bazaar model. According to the Cathedral model, which is more common in the commercial software companies, the develop of software is done by an exclusive group of software developers and the end user is getting (or buying) a close package with readymade source…

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  • Differences Between Windows And Linux

    both the hardware and software used on the computer. The types of software that you are able to utilize would be based on what particular operating system is installed into the computer. Two types of operating systems which are currently used are Windows and Linux. Windows is the operating system from Microsoft which has become…

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  • Impact Of Internet On Happiness

    Does the internet have a positive effect on our happiness? Today, the Internet plays a big role in our society. People enjoy the fact that they can have so much information from a computer or a phone, and it is so easy and simple to access. According to research that the average adult spends twenty hours per week on the internet. It is a big part in our lives, without it we would not be able to do many things that we do today. The internet is used so much for many good reasons; communicating,…

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  • Portfolio Milestone

    Portfolio Milestone – Phase 1/ Option #1 Statement of Problem/ Needs I am being hired on as an Information Technology (IT) professional to set up an office of approximately 20 people for a small business firm. They desire half of the employees to be using desktop computers and the other half to be using laptops. They also desire a wire-less network that can be utilized by the laptops and wire-less printing and scanning capabilities for the whole office. The desktops will be hard-wired to the…

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  • Autonomous Underwater Vehicle Analysis

    the industry, due to its innate effectiveness and ease of implementation, on any kind of platform, be it software or hardware based. Literature on PID control and its application in the field of robotics, especially underwater vehicles have been widely surveyed and is discussed in section 4. Section 5 has been allotted for discussion of the implementation of the control strategy on embedded platform. The micro-controller used in this project is Friendly ARM mini2440, which is an arm based…

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  • Analysis Of Linux, Mac OS And Windows

    operating systems out there today are Windows 7, Windows 8, a multitude of Linux distributions, Mac OS, and Android just to name a few. We are only going to be looking at three of the major operating systems (OS) used in today’s market which are Linux (which has many different versions), Mac OS and Windows. Each of these operating have many different key elements, but some of the most noticeable differences are security, process management, memory management, and file management. Without these…

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  • Security, Security And Usability Of Windows And Linux

    system used by many personal computers and businesses and is familiar to most computer users. Linux is not often found on a store-bought PC and is mainly used as a server’s OS or to host online services. Both are marketed toward two very diverse groups of computer users, but can give their users a similar feeling of freedom and accessibility. Security, compatibility, and usability of Windows and Linux share various components from one another, but are unique between each operating system.…

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