Re: UBUNTU---------------- 让世界更美好！
发表于 ： 2010-04-16 10:30
这个挺好的啊，若总是处于 root 权限下，，很容易干出自己不想干的事。。。skylarkoc 写了：它就那 老弹出密码 老要sudo 用起来不自由
N哇！全英文！先记号，有时间在看！skyx 写了：為了達到最佳效果，推薦1280*xxx或更高分辨率，使用firefox或opera 等非IE內核瀏覽器瀏覽本帖
視頻路径(/home)： ~/Examples/experience ubuntu.ogg
记者： many people regard you as a personification of ubuntu, What do you understand Ubuntu to be?
曼德拉： in the old days, when we were young, a traveler through a country would stop at a village and he didn't have to ask for food or for water .Once he stops, the people give him food....entertain him，that is one aspect of ubuntu . ubuntu have various aspects
曼德拉：ubuntu dose not mean that people should not address himself, the question therefore is:are you going to do so.in order to enable the community around you, after you are able to improve,these are the important things of life.and if one can do that, there are something very important which will be appreciated.
Our work is driven by a philosophy on software freedom that aims to spread and bring the benefits of software to all parts of the world. At the core of the Ubuntu Philosophy are these core philosophical ideals:
1. Every computer user should have the freedom to download, run, copy, distribute, study, share, change and improve their software for any purpose, without paying licensing fees.
2. Every computer user should be able to use their software in the language of their choice.
3. Every computer user should be given every opportunity to use software, even if they work under a disability.
Our philosophy is reflected in the software we produce and included in our distribution. As a result, the licensing terms of the software we distribute are measured against our philosophy, using the Ubuntu License Policy.
When you install Ubuntu almost all of the software installed already meets these ideals, and we are working to ensure that every single piece of software you need is available under a license that gives you those freedoms.
Currently, we make a specific exception for some "drivers" which are only available in binary form, without which many computers will not complete the Ubuntu installation. We place these in a restricted section of your system which makes them easy to remove if you do not need them.
For Ubuntu, the 'free' in 'free software' is used primarily in reference to freedom, and not to price - although we are committed to not charging for Ubuntu. The most important thing about Ubuntu is that it confers rights of software freedom on the people who install and use it. It is these freedoms that enable the Ubuntu community to grow, continue to share its collective experience and expertise to improve Ubuntu and make it suitable for use in new countries and new industries.
Quoting the Free Software Foundation's 'What is Free Software', the freedoms at the core of free software are defined as:
* The freedom to run the programme, for any purpose.
* The freedom to study how the programme works and adapt it to your needs.
* The freedom to redistribute copies so you can help others.
* The freedom to improve the programme and release your improvements to the public, so that everyone benefits.
Open source is a term coined in 1998 to remove the ambiguity in the English word 'free'. The Open Source Initiative described open source software in the Open Source Definition. Open source continues to enjoy growing success and wide recognition.
Ubuntu is happy to call itself open source. While some refer to free and open source as competing movements with different ends, we do not see free and open source software as either distinct or incompatible. Ubuntu proudly includes members who identify with both the free software and open source camps, and many who identify with both.
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