• Root • The

allows for superuser activity, just like Administrator home directory is /root; don’t get this confused with / triple-check commands being ran as root or with sudo Bin on the command line...

sudo command allows for superuser actions as a regular user

• Root’s

• Always

• Can’t “undelete” files; no Trash/Recycle

X WINDOW SYSTEM
X Client

Desktop Environment Window Manager X Server Hardware

•Creates the basis for the GUI Environment under Linux •Also called X or X11; Developed in part with MIT •Network-based protocol; allows for ‘remote desktop’

•Part of the GNU Project •First released in 1999 •Created in part due to KDE’s use of QT •Most popular desktop environment

•Created to replace CDE (Common DE) •First released in 1998 •Has GPL friendly QT now •Has been ported to Windows/Mac OS X

Xfce Desktop Environment

THE LINUX DESKTOP IS FLEXIBLE...

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