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This chapter walked through the world of file management in Ubuntu. Ubuntu uses the Linux filesystem, which combines all storage devices into a single virtual filesystem. You can mount devices anywhere in the virtual filesystem as directories. Ubuntu provides a / media directory for mounting external storage devices, such as floppy disks, USB Memory Sticks, and CD/DVD drives. The default file management tool in Ubuntu is Nautilus. Nautilus provides a graphical way to manage files by creating, copying, deleting, moving, and renaming files and folders. Nautilus can display files and folders using either a graphical Icon View mode or a more text-oriented List View mode. You can perform the same functions in either mode. The Nautilus window itself can also be customized. You can use Nautilus in Browser mode, which works like a web browser, to navigate through the virtual filesystem, doubleclicking folders to open them and view their contents. Nautilus also supports the Spatial
devices (smartphones, converged phones, PDAs) to embrace Wi-Fi and this presents a challenge to the chipsets and interfaces, where battery consumption and compactness become important. To start this discussion, we consider what devices need power-saving capability. Contrary to popular belief that the only notebooks PCs and laptops are the main drivers for power-saving devices, there is currently an emerging market for 802.11-enabled SMART cellphones, PDAs, and in the very near future, 802.11 VoIP-based cordless phones. The key challenge here is minimizing the Wi-Fi burden on user expectation of battery life. This is especially crucial for Windows CE types of devices. In addition, the need for smooth cellular handoffs with VoIP in Wi-Fi hotspots again requires proper battery power management in order to sustain the duration of the handset. From the standards perspective, the original IEEE 802.11 standard issued in 1999 provides a power management mechanism that allows mobile stations to "sleep" without missing any packets. In the latest draft of the IEEE 802.lie task group, the draft 802.11e version 4.0 provides two additional powermanagement mechanisms that allow QoS-capable mobile stations to "sleep" without missing directed packets. 8.7.1 State of Power Management in Wireless LAN Today
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