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\newglossaryentry{encryption}{name={encryption}, description={Encryption is a security measure, it prevents others from accessing and viewing the contents of your files and/or hard drives, the files must first be decrypted with your password.}}
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\newglossaryentry{dual-booting}{name={dual-booting}, description={\gls{dual-booting} is the process of being able to choose one of two different operating systems currently installed on a computer from the boot menu. Once selected your computer will then boot into whichever operating system you chose at the boot menu. Dual booting is often used generically, and may refer to booting among more than two operating systems.}}
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\newglossaryentry{Ethernet port}{name={Ethernet port}, description={An Ethernet port is what an Ethernet cable is plugged into when you are using a \gls{wired connection}.}}
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\newglossaryentry{terminal}{name={terminal}, description={The terminal is Ubuntu's text-based interface, it is a method of controlling the operating system using only commands entered via the keyboard, the other method if using your Ubuntu computer is to use a \gls{GUI} such as Unity.}}
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\newglossaryentry{wired connection}{name={wired connection}, description={A wired connection is when your computer is physically connected to a \gls{router} or \gls{Ethernet port} with a cable, this is the most method of connecting to the Internet and local network for desktop computers.}}
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Getting Started with Ubuntu 12.04
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Please bear in mind that this guide is still very much a work in progress and always will be. It is written specifically for Ubuntu 12.04 \smallcaps{LTS}, \marginnote{LTS is an abbreviation for ``Long Term Support.'' A new LTS version is released every 2 years. Starting with Ubuntu 12.04 LTS, both the Desktop version and the Server version will have five years support, meaning you get free security updates for at least five years.} and although we have aimed to not limit our instructions to this version, it is unavoidable that some things will change over the life of Ubuntu. Whenever a new version of Ubuntu is released, we will incorporate updates and changes into our guide, and make a new version available at \url{http://www.ubuntu-manual.org}.
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\emph{Getting Started with Ubuntu 12.04} is not intended to be a comprehensive Ubuntu instruction manual. It is more like a quick-start guide that will get you doing the things you need to do with your computer quickly and easily, without getting bogged down with technical details. As with prior versions, Ubuntu 12.04 \acronym{LTS} incorporates many new features, including enhancements to the Unity shell and \acronym{HUD}. \marginnote{HUD is an abbreviation for heads-up display. It is a new concept, integrated into Unity as of Unity 5.2; it is still in development.} More about the Unity shell and what it means, and the \acronym{HUD}, can be found in \chaplink{ch:the-ubuntu-desktop}.
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For more detailed information on using Unity and the Ubuntu desktop, see the ``Ubuntu Desktop Guide,'' which can be obtained in any of the following ways:
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