Updating ubuntu version
Since we know it’s the time for parallel computation to tackle large amount of dataset, we will require Apache Hadoop (here the name is derived from Elephant).As Apache Hadoop is the top most contributed Apache project, more and more features are implemented as well as more and more bugs are getting fixed in new coming versions.The Chromium version will be 62.0.3183.0 because this update system (based on my #api) uses the #windows-32-bit-official ^^Chromium OS is the open-source operating system designed by Google that primarily runs web applications, using Gentoo as its foundation. As a regular user (not an expert), I created it because I did not find a simple way to download good releases. The official developers (aka The Chromium Authors) do not release it to end users. The stable version is used in: Snapshots (known as "Nightly" or "Dev" builds) builds are compiles of the Chromium code whenever there are submitted code changes.
Here, I am trying to covering full fledge Hadoop installation steps for Big Data enthusiasts who wish to install Apache Hadoop on their Ubuntu – Linux machine.
We will be comparing the operating systems from an average user’s perspective and not that of a systems administrator.
Let me begin with an introduction of the Linux operating system as I imagine many of you must be pretty new to this.
Its binary files are stored in the Snapshots repository of Google Storage.
Each snapshot build is then run through the automated tests.