Translations by Joel Goguen

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If you’ve been using Windows
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If you’ve been using Windows
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The role of the administrator
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The role of the administrator
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Basic computer skills
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Basic computer skills
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An overview of your desktop and how to use it
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An overview of your desktop and how to use it
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Whether you’ve upgraded from a previous version of Ubuntu, or you’re switching from Windows or Mac OS X, these pages will help you get your bearings.
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Whether you’ve upgraded from a previous version of Ubuntu, or you’re switching from Windows or Mac OS X, these pages will help you get your bearings.
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ubuntu-doc@lists.ubuntu.com (Ubuntu Documentation Project)
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ubuntu-doc@lists.ubuntu.com (Ubuntu Documentation Project)
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mdke@ubuntu.com (Matthew East)
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mdke@ubuntu.com (Matthew East)
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New to Ubuntu?
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New to Ubuntu?
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2006-09-07
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2006-09-07
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Introduction to the basics of Ubuntu, and what you need to know if you are switching to Ubuntu from another operating system.
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Introduction to the basics of Ubuntu, and what you need to know if you are switching to Ubuntu from another operating system.
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Users and Groups
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Users and Groups
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Credits and License
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Credits and Licence
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This document is maintained by the Ubuntu documentation team (https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DocumentationTeam). For a list of contributors, see the <ulink url="../../libs/C/contributors.xml">contributors page</ulink>
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This document is maintained by the Ubuntu documentation team (https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DocumentationTeam). For a list of contributors, see the <ulink url="../../libs/C/contributors.xml">contributors page</ulink>
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This document is made available under the Creative Commons ShareAlike 2.5 License (CC-BY-SA).
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This document is made available under the Creative Commons ShareAlike 2.5 Licence (CC-BY-SA).
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You are free to modify, extend, and improve the Ubuntu documentation source code under the terms of this license. All derivative works must be released under this license.
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You are free to modify, extend, and improve the Ubuntu documentation source code under the terms of this licence. All derivative works must be released under this licence.
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This documentation is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AS DESCRIBED IN THE DISCLAIMER.
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This documentation is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AS DESCRIBED IN THE DISCLAIMER.
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A copy of the license is available here: <ulink url="/usr/share/ubuntu-docs/libs/C/ccbysa.xml">Creative Commons ShareAlike License</ulink>.
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A copy of the licence is available here: <ulink url="/usr/share/ubuntu-docs/libs/C/ccbysa.xml">Creative Commons ShareAlike Licence</ulink>.
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2008
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2008
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Ubuntu Documentation Project
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Ubuntu Documentation Project
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Canonical Ltd. and members of the <placeholder-1/>
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Canonical Ltd. and members of the <placeholder-1/>
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The Ubuntu Documentation Project
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The Ubuntu Documentation Project
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During installation of Ubuntu, a single user and password is created. However, any modern operating system permits multiple users to operate the computer while preserving their own personal settings and files. On Ubuntu, each user has their own <emphasis>home directory</emphasis> in which files and settings are stored. Further, each user can be part of one or more <emphasis>groups</emphasis>, which define which parts of the system that user has access to.
2008-11-18
During installation of Ubuntu, a single user and password is created. However, any modern operating system permits multiple users to operate the computer while preserving their own personal settings and files. On Ubuntu, each user has their own <emphasis>home directory</emphasis> in which files and settings are stored. Further, each user can be part of one or more <emphasis>groups</emphasis>, which define which parts of the system that user has access to.
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To modify the users or groups on your system, you can use the <application>Users And Groups</application> application located in <menuchoice><guimenu>System</guimenu><guimenuitem>Administration</guimenuitem><guimenuitem>Users and Groups</guimenuitem></menuchoice>.
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To modify the users or groups on your system, you can use the <application>Users And Groups</application> application located in <menuchoice><guimenu>System</guimenu><guimenuitem>Administration</guimenuitem><guimenuitem>Users and Groups</guimenuitem></menuchoice>.
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You need administrative rights to use this application (see <ulink url="administrative.xml">Administrative tasks</ulink>). You need to log out and in again in order for the changes to become effective.
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You need administrative rights to use this application (see <ulink url="administrative.xml">Administrative tasks</ulink>). You need to log out and in again in order for the changes to become effective.
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To add a new user, click on <guilabel>Add user</guilabel>, fill-in the data fields then click <guilabel>OK</guilabel>. To edit the properties of each user, click the <guilabel>Properties</guilabel> button located in the main <guilabel>Users</guilabel> window.
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To add a new user, click on <guilabel>Add user</guilabel>, fill-in the data fields then click <guilabel>OK</guilabel>. To edit the properties of each user, click the <guilabel>Properties</guilabel> button located in the main <guilabel>Users</guilabel> window.
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To give a new user administrative rights (see <ulink url="administrative.xml">Administrative Tasks</ulink>), edit that user's properties, and under the <guilabel>User Privileges</guilabel> tab, ensure that the <guilabel>Administer the system</guilabel> box is checked.
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To give a new user administrative rights (see <ulink url="administrative.xml">Administrative Tasks</ulink>), edit that user's properties, and under the <guilabel>User Privileges</guilabel> tab, ensure that the <guilabel>Administer the system</guilabel> box is checked.
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To add a new group, click on <guilabel>Manage Groups</guilabel> and click <guilabel>Add group</guilabel>. Choose a name for the new group and, if you want, change the default value for the <guilabel>Group ID</guilabel>. If you try to allocate a <guilabel>Group ID</guilabel> that is in use, the system will warn you.
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To add a new group, click on <guilabel>Manage Groups</guilabel> and click <guilabel>Add group</guilabel>. Choose a name for the new group and, if you want, change the default value for the <guilabel>Group ID</guilabel>. If you try to allocate a <guilabel>Group ID</guilabel> that is in use, the system will warn you.
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You can add users to the newly created group by selecting the checkbox next to each users name in the <guilabel>Group Members</guilabel> list. Removing a user is as simple as adding one: unselect the checkbox next to a users name. When you are ready, click <guilabel>OK</guilabel> and the new group with its users, if inserted, will be created.
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You can add users to the newly created group by selecting the checkbox next to each user&rsquot;s name in the <guilabel>Group Members</guilabel> list. Removing a user is as simple as adding one: unselect the checkbox next to a user&rsquot;s name. When you are ready, click <guilabel>OK</guilabel> and the new group with its users, if inserted, will be created.
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To edit the properties of a group, from within the <guilabel>Groups</guilabel> main window, choose a group name and click on the <guilabel>Properties</guilabel> button.
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To edit the properties of a group, from within the <guilabel>Groups</guilabel> main window, choose a group name and click on the <guilabel>Properties</guilabel> button.
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To remove a user from the system, select the user you want to delete and click <guilabel>Delete</guilabel>.
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To remove a user from the system, select the user you want to delete and click <guilabel>Delete</guilabel>.
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To remove a group from the system, click on <guilabel>Manage Groups</guilabel>, select the group you want to delete and click <guilabel>Delete</guilabel>
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To remove a group from the system, click on <guilabel>Manage Groups</guilabel>, select the group you want to delete and click <guilabel>Delete</guilabel>
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translator-credits
2009-10-20
Launchpad Contributions: Joel Goguen https://launchpad.net/~jgoguen
2009-04-10
Launchpad Contributions: Joel Goguen https://launchpad.net/~jgoguen Launchpad Contributions: Joel Goguen https://launchpad.net/~jgoguen