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You are welcome to use any open source operating system, however the campus linux community cannot be expected to be expert [http://distrowatch.com with all of them]. Therefore in order to provide a support focus, it has been tacitly agreed that the latest [[LTS|Ubuntu LTS release]] is our preferred general beginner supported linux operating system. After you are very familiar with linux using Ubuntu, then you are welcome to go deep dive with the popular scientific versions of linux such as:
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You are welcome to use any open source operating system, however the campus linux community cannot be expected to be expert [http://distrowatch.com with all of them]. Therefore in order to provide a support focus, it has been tacitly agreed that the latest [[LTS|Ubuntu LTS release]] is our preferred general beginner supported linux operating system. After you are very familiar with [https://itsfoss.com/which-ubuntu-install/ linux using Ubuntu], then you are welcome to go deep dive with the popular scientific versions of linux such as:
 
*https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuScientists
 
*https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuScientists
 
*http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scientific_Linux
 
*http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scientific_Linux

Latest revision as of 11:49, 15 August 2016

Use ubuntu.sun.ac.za to access this website
The campus IT department does not officially support Ubuntu
Please refer to the Ubuntu campus community for support
The Ubuntu campus community only supports stable LTS releases


Official Ubuntu community help
http://community.ubuntu.com
http://askubuntu.com

For more help and self-help information regarding the latest Ubuntu LTS, please click on one of the links below.

ON-CAMPUS HELP HOW DO I HELP MYSELF? GENERAL NEWS


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You are welcome to use any open source operating system, however the campus linux community cannot be expected to be expert with all of them. Therefore in order to provide a support focus, it has been tacitly agreed that the latest Ubuntu LTS release is our preferred general beginner supported linux operating system. After you are very familiar with linux using Ubuntu, then you are welcome to go deep dive with the popular scientific versions of linux such as:

In addition you are welcome to explore other open source systems at the following web link:

http://wiki.lib.sun.ac.za/index.php/OpenCampus