12.04 has served me well and very soon the new LTS arrives. I am not brave enough for the beta release but it has been said it is far more quicker than 13.10. The sad news is that Mir (replacement for X11) will be not standard in Trusty but it will be in the repos if you wish to give it a spin. I decided to further the cause of ubuntu by introducing a set of videos from my You Tube friend. "jthelinuxguy" has given his blessing to share these.
Anything Ubuntu related
Windows 8.1/Ubuntu13.10 UEFI, secure boot dual-boot installation instructions provided by wmack
Generic Box with MSIFM2-A75MA-E35 A75 FM2 R mother board
and a AMD A4-5300 3.4G CPU 4GB ram 500gb HDD
System with an installed Windows 8.1
Boot is set to use UEFI and secure boot
Ubuntu 13.10 USB, created with startup disk creator in an Ubuntu 13.10 system
The command "top" is a valuable command in the Linux command line. As a Linux administrator this is almost always the first command I use looking for Linux issues. "top" will show you many things, and I will discuss some of the important features of "top."
Here is an example of what you should see if you run the command "top" in the commmand line.
repsol@minime ~ $ top
Hello this is my first blog entry. I have had a request for help for beginning command line help. There is probably too much to learn for one blog, so I will try, and write several beginner blogs.
The shell is a way to interface with your operating system. It is popular because it is a quick way to make changes. It is powerful, and you can get a lot of info quickly through the shell. Other names for a shell are: BASH, Terminal, or Console (sometimes cli (comand line)).
Paradise Valley Community College 18401 North 32nd Street, Phoenix, AZ 85032, USA Sat, January 25, 9am – 2pm Bring your computer to get Linux installed, or get help with configuration issues, learn about Linux or help others. Great fun! We will help both on desktop and servers. Enter from the north east or east lot toward the center and look for the computer commons area Building E Room E152
Located at Paradise Valley Community College (in building E near the three pillars). Parking on the east side of the campus is best & enter on the east side of the building. Look for the area called "Computer Commons" near the center corridor on the left. Enter and make your way towards the room against the wall on the far right labeled E146. See the link below for the campus map.