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Linux for the Small Business

James D. Keeline <James@Keeline.com>
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Each time a computer is purchased, part of the price paid goes to pay for the license for the operating system. Typically, on Intel processor or compatable computer systems, the operating system is Microsoft Windows. There are alternatives to the "Microsoft tax" and this class will explore one popular option, the Linux operating system and many free or nearly free programs for the desktop and server applications.

Linux is a free, open-source operating system which is designed to work like Unix. It has been very successful and reliable in the server market, powering web servers, file and printer sharing, mail servers, and databases.

Linux is also a viable desktop computing operating system, though Microsoft's leverage on computer manufacturers prevents it from being offered as an alternative choice. Unless you build your own computer from parts, you don't have a choice to not buy Windows when you buy a computer.

In this class, we will examine the principal tasks and applications which are typically handled by expensive proprietary software and consider open-source alternatives. Below is a list of some of the books and resources which may be of interest:

Moving your business to Linux
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