in this lesson. I'm gonna walk you through installing and map, and it's gooey Zen map in Lenox.
Other than a test scan that insurers and map is working properly, we won't be running any scans just yet. But by the end of this lesson, you should have a fully functioning Lennox and map scanning station
before getting started on to say that I simply don't have the time to go over installing and map on every distribution and variant of Lennox. So I'm gonna focus on the installation that will probably apply to most of you,
then show you where to go in case you are using something else.
Lubutu and other Debian variants are currently the most widely used versions of Lennox for modern computers. So in this lesson,
I'm gonna show you how to install and map using the Debian package management tool in its front end, called a P T
A. B T is the advanced package tool that uses the widely used out get command fromthe Lennox terminal. I'm willing to bet that most of you die hard land ex users are way ahead of the curve here.
If not, then this lesson is definitely for you.
Here are the learning objectives for this lesson.
The main focus of this lesson
is the lab, which will help you get and map installed on Lennox, which is probably the simplest installation of all.
I just want to go over a couple of things regarding and maps origins in Lenox and UNIX, using package managers like the Debian package manager
and the Red Hat Mandrake Fedora Package Manager or RPM
will complete the lesson with a short lab on the actual installation of N map on a Debian based Linux distribution called Lennox Light.
In Theodore's book, he indicates that end map got its start in Lenox and UNIX based systems. In fact, in 1997 the first release of N map on Lee ran in Lenox.
Additionally, Lennox is the most popular platform for running and map, with 86% of and map users saying that Lennox is at least one of the platforms they run and map from.
Because of this, I would suggest that end map probably runs best on Lennox, and that's been my experience.
Also, installing and removing it from Lenox is the easiest.
You'll see what I mean later.
Thean map website is in map dot org's and the download page is at and map dot org's black download.
From that page there are a couple download links for and Map and Cat in Ping and Zen map for Red Hat
and there are some simple instructions for installing it for those distributions.
However, we won't go through that in our lab because Debian based Lennox distributions like you boon to are now far more popular.
If you were running or plan to run and map on Lenox, I highly recommend taking a look at the Lenox section of Theodore's book, which I've included as the last bullet point in this slide.
If you get stuck, want to compile and Matt from the source code?
Or use some other distribution of Lennox or some other package manager?
You'll find what you need here,
using the Debian package manager and its front end. The advanced package tool is the simplest way to install and map as you'll see.
There is one caveat, though, and that is that it's possible that your installation of N map will be one version behind.
I've never experienced this myself, but that's what it says on the end Map Clinics installation page of the website.
If you find out that's the case and you really want to use the latest version, you can compile and install and map from the source code.
I really don't think you'll ever need to do that, but I just wanted to put it out there.
All of those details can be found on the link I provided on the previous slide.
Additionally, you can go straight to the Debian package details for and map using the link I've included as the last bullet point of this slide,
because I'm not going to walk you through installing and map using RPM.
I wanted to include a slide here with the commands necessary to do that.
And like I said previously, the unmet website goes into extreme detail about installing it on rpm based distributions.
If you're using Red Hat, Mandrake or Fedora, I want to give these commands a shot.
Feel free to posit, slide and try them out.
Okay, so now on to the lab, I think you'll find installing and map on Lenox extremely easy before starting. Make sure you have your privileged user password handy.
You'll need it when running any pseudo command.
The process of installing and map on Lennox is laid out for you in this slide.
After running a few commands and waiting for everything to install, we'll run a few simple scans to make sure everything works.
Okay. Welcome to the lab on installing and map in Lenox.
The first thing you want to do is open your
I'm using Lennox Light. Like I said, it's a Debian variant.
But all the steps I go through will work with you, Boone to also
Once you have your Lennox terminal open,
type in your privilege User
All right, Now that that's done updating the repositories, I'm gonna
clear the screen. Clear command.
You don't have to do that.
This will install and map and all of its dependencies.
All right, that's done.
I'll clear the screen again.
Now the and maps installed will installs and map the gooey for and map
Okay, now that that's done. I will
clear the screen one more time
now, and map ends and map are fully installed.
I'm going to do Ah and map scan just to make sure it's working.
Okay, so the scan of scam me dot and mapped out or GE
If you're results look similar to this, then you know that end map is working properly.
I'm gonna minimize this screen,
and now we're gonna find out if Zen map is working.
Your version of Lennox might be different, but
in general, he'll find it in the Internet tab.
And I'm going to click on the Zen map as route
he'll ask you for your privilege user account
After you type, it ends and Mapple open
to maximize the screen.
And now let's do our first cannons and map.
dot and map dot or ge again
and over here by the
section and drop down
regular scan instead of intense skin.
Then simply click on the scan button.
Okay, Now that that's complete, just check your scan results against mine. and make sure that you have something similar.
And you can be certain that.
And map and Zen map are both working properly.
Thanks for going through this lab with me.
The purpose of this lesson was to download and install and map on the Lenox operating system.
If you're using Lennox, your machine should be ready to go.
Thanks so much for watching, and I'll talk to you on the next video.