- Getting started with TealinuxOS
- TealinuxOS Installation
- Migration and Upgrade
- Introducing Desktop Environment
- Settings and Options
- Default App Introduction
- Network and Internet Connection
- Printing and Scanning
- Managing Installed Apps
- Maintaining Computer Securoty
- Administrative Tasks
- Command Line
Getting started with TealinuxOS
TeaLinuxOS s a Linux distro oriented programming derived from Ubuntu developed by doscom. By presenting the philosophy,
The Joy of Blend
TeaLinuxOS was developed openly and together to produce a Linux programming distro devoted to education.
TeaLinuxOS – The Joy of Blend!
We use the name TeaLinuxOS distro for several reasons, namely tea which in the Indonesian language means tea, is a typical drink of the people of Indonesia populist and can be consumed by everyone. We hope TeaLinuxOS can meet the needs of its users, especially programmers.
TealinuxOS has been launched as many as 8 versions of which are:
- TeaLinuxOS ver 1.0 Code Name : Green Tea, based on Ubuntu 8.04
- TeaLinuxOS ver 2.0 Code Name : Black Tea, based on Ubuntu 9.10
- TeaLinuxOS ver 3.0 Code Name : White Tea, based on Ubuntu 10.10
- TeaLinuxOS ver 4.0 Code Name : Oolong Tea, based on Lubuntu 11.10
- TeaLinuxOS ver 5.0 Code Name : Kukicha Tea, based on Lubuntu 12.10
- TeaLinuxOS ver 6.0 Code Name : Jasmine Tea, based on Lubuntu 13.10
- TeaLinuxOS ver 7.0 Code Name : Rosella Tea, based on Xubuntu 14.04
- TeaLinuxOS ver 8.0 Code Name : Pappermint Tea, based on Xubuntu 16.04
The latest version of TealinuxOS is TealinuxOS 8 Peppermint made from Xbuntu 16.04, Xfce and FOSS cores.
Xubuntu is an easy-to-use, elegant operating system and with the LTS “Long Term Support” edition this TeaLinuxOS Xubuntu-based version gets long-term support for 5 years so it’s always stable, reliable and secure. For more information about Xubuntu you can visit the official webseite Xubuntu.
Xfce is a lightweight desktop environment used in TeaLinuxOS Pappermint. By using Xfce less system resource usage so that the operating system will be lighter without leaving the user-friendly user interface. For more information about xfce please visit the official website Xfce.
All software used in the free licensed TeaLinuxOS operating system and open source code everyone can see the source code, contribute to improving or making it better. To know more about FOSS (Free Open Source Software) can be seen on GNU website.
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