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Chapter 1: #1, 4:
The code is available free of cost no charge for the software, source, documentation, orsupport.3 Characteristics would be that you are free to study it, redistribute it, and modify it.
The Free Software Foundation is the principal sponsor of the GNU Project. GNU developed many of the tools, which are part of the GNU/Linux Operating System. Linux is the name of an operating system kernel developed by Linus Torvalds and expanded and improved by thousands of people on the Internet. Torvalds’s kernel and GNU’s tools work together as the GNU/Linux Operating System.
Chapter 2: #1:
Installing Fedora is the process of copying operating system files from a CD, DVD, or USB flash drive to hard disk(s) on a system setting up configuration files so Linux runs properly on the hardware. Several types of installations are possible, including fresh installations, upgrades from older releases of Fedora, and dual-boot installations.
Chapter3: #1, 4, 8:
1) Live system- A computer that runs the Wide Area Progressive games and displays the main system window. The advantages are customization, cost, free market, stability, and community.
4) Put/boot at the beginning of the drive so the Linux does not have to boot from a partition too far into the drive. Positioning or /boot can be a problem on older systems.
8) When the system activates graphical, target (enter multiuser graphical mode; Fedora) or enters run level 5.