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1.1 a history of open source
1.2 open source licenses
1.3 how do open source projects work?
1.4 Limitations of open source
2.1 open source for the medical profession
2.2 open source for media authoring
2.3 open source resources for education
2.4 open source for it professionals
2.5 open source for scientists
2.6 open source for engineers
2.7 open source for design professionals
3.1 Introduction
3.2 acquiring the source
3.3 compiling from source for Linux and windows
3.4 advanced compile options
3.5 reporting bugs and getting help
4.1 Remastering a live cd
4.2 Respinning an installed and cus- tomised distro
4.3 linux from scratch (lfs)
5.1 ubuntu
5.2 slackware
5.3 opensuse
5.4 sabayon
5.5 debian
5.6 Mandriva
5.7 pc-Bsd
5.8 opensolaris
5.9 Gentoo
5.10 fedora
5.11 Granular Linux
5.12 other important Linux distributions
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200908 FT Open Source Software New

200908 FT Open Source Software New

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