UKK TKJ 2011-2012

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Tugas Kelas XI TKJ 3

Silakan download file-file berikut:

1. Petunjuk=BacaDulu

2. TL-WR740N-Manual

3. Soal KK-15

4. LembarJawaban-KK14-KK15

Baca file Petunjuk=BacaDulu dengan teliti, selanjutnya mulailah menjawab Soal KK-15 berdasarkan pada modul TL-WR740N-Manual.


Bagi yang belum menempuh ujian teori KK11, KK13, KK14 silakan unduh file-file berikut:

1. LembarJawaban-KK11-KK13-KK14

2. Soal KK-13

3. Soal KK-11

4. Soal KK-14

Sertakan dalam satu folder dengan file tugas di atas (KK-15)


Tugas Kelas XII TKJ 2

Silakan unduh/download file berikut:

1. Modul TKJ KK-14

2. Modul TKJ KK-16

3. TL-WR740N-Manual

4. LembarJawaban-KK14-KK15

5. Soal KK-14

6. Soal KK-15

7. Soal KK-16

8. Petunjuk=BacaDulu

Setelah anda download ke-8 file tersebut, terlebih dahulu bacalah file PETUNJUK=BACADULU.

Selanjutnya mulailah mengerjakan soal KK14, KK15, KK16 berdasarkan modul yang terdapat pada file Modul TKJ KK-14, Modul TKJ KK-16, TL-WR740N-Manual.

Distro Linux

Classifying Linux Distributions


This is somehow my personal classification, of Linux distributions. And maybe at the same time of the Linux users.

I’m going to classify only those I have used more than just a few hours in a virtual machine.

[Update: 01/23/2011]. I’m adding a new section, Special Mentions with some distributions suggested by the readers, but not used by me

Linux for the newbies

This are distributions for newbies, or Linux newcomers as well as for users who do not have too much time to tweak and configure their PCs.

  • Ubuntu Maybe the most famous Linux distribution, and usually the first one any newcomer sees.
  • Mint Linux Mint, gained a lot of popularity, it is based on Ubuntu, but it comes with support for mp3 and flash and other stuff Ubuntu does not support by default. I really do not understand why it isn’t more famous than Ubuntu. Recently they released LMDE (Linux Mint Debian Edition) a rolling release based on Debian, I think this will give Mint more exposure.
  • PCLinuxOS This is another newbie oriented Linux distribution, more or less like Mint, it comes out of the box, with support for a lot of hardware, and plugins and coders for different media, so out of the box, you can start using it for almost any Desktop application.
  • Mandriva I forgot to mention this one, but I am updating the post once again.
    Mandriva is really a great distribution, I used it for over a year, and in that time, when I was using it, it was the most advanced Linux Desktop I have ever tested. It had support for a lot hardware other distributions did not at that time.
    Also they put a lot of focus on the eye candy, therefore, it is a great looking Linux distribution, it is aimed to be a newbie friendly. And it is that indeed.
    From Wikipedia: 

    Mandriva Linux (formerly Mandrakelinux or Mandrake Linux) is a French Linux distribution distributed by Mandriva (formerly Mandrakesoft). It uses the RPM Package Manager. The product lifetime of Mandriva Linux releases is 18 months for base updates (Linux, system software, etc.) and 12 months for desktop updates (window managers, desktop environments, web browsers, etc.). Server products receive full updates for at least 24 months after their release.

    On September 18, 2010, due to financial uncertainty and the layoff by Edge-IT, a Mandriva subsidiary employing many of the corporate staff working on the Mandriva distribution, a fork of Mandriva named Mageia was announced

    I have not tested Mageia yet, if someone has, please let us know about it in the comments section

Intermediate Users

  • Fedora This distribution, is somehow the sandbox of RedHat guys, it is Desktop oriented, and usually packs bleeding edge software. They also make a lot of contribution to the Linux community. It use to be my main distribution once, but I do not like yum too much.
    I initially put this in the newbies section, but some readers (read comments below) convinced me to change its cathegory.
  • Debian Linux Well, I really do not know where Debian should be, to me personally, it fits on all sections, if you install it from the DVD, or from some of its Live Debian CDs, you may have something like Ubuntu, or you can use the netinst and end up with something like Gentoo or Arch Linux, and from there fully customize your Debian.

Advanced users

The distributions on this sections are not aimed for the newcomer, but you certainly does not need to be a Linux geek in order to install and use them.

  • Slackware Well maybe some slackers will say Slackware is not for advanced users, and that is partially true, if you install it, out of the box, it has almost anything you need to work, in a Server or Desktop environment, and if what it comes with, is all you need then you are OK, but if you want to install more software, you may be in troubles, if you have not use some command line tools before. I must say that Slackware is one of my favorite distributions, even though I’m really new to it.
  • Gentoo Now we are really talking about a distribution for advanced users, I’m using Linux for 5 to 6 years in a row now, and when I started with Gentoo, I noticed I know nothing about Linux. Finally I decided to stop using it, it is great, you can tweak almost, well not almost, just everything in your configuration. The problem is that with so much power at your fingers, you may screw things up easily. The community is probable one of the best, and the documentation is definitely the best in the Linux world. If you really have the time and you like Linux a lot, you should be running Gentoo.
  • Arch Linux This is probably my favorite distribution, I have not decided yet if it is this one, or Slackware or Debian. Let’s say the three of them are. Well talking about Arch Linux, this distribution is based on the KISS principle. It also used the BSD style init scripts, which to me are a lot easier to use than the System V ones.

Linux for Servers

Let’s list here some of the better distributions for servers, once again according to me.

  • CentOS If you do not mind having old software CentOS is a good server distribution, you can use CentOSPlus, but then you might be loosing one of CentOS strengths which is stability and security.
  • Slackware I have never used it as Server but the more I use it, the more I notice its stability, and Slackware actually focus on hard rock security and stability. Also very simple and easy to admin, it is great for the Server field.
  • Debian Well maybe the best Server distribution, as I said before, I do not like the system V init scripts. Also I do not like too much how it tweaks the configurations files, which are not standards but it is a great distribution to use as server. It has a lot of applications, maybe you will not be able to find one server application that is not in its official repositories. Some time ago, Debian backports became officially part of the Debian project, and now are supported by the Debian team. This just gives Debian more power as a Server distribution.

I know a lot of people use Ubuntu as server and Ubuntu has its Long Term Support (LTS) release, aimed to be used as server, but I have never used, I think “if I have Debian, why use Ubuntu?”.

I must say, that I have also used Arch Linux as server, and taking care when you upgrade it, it works great!. I like a lot the possibility to have the last versions of software available, without the need to compile by hand. I do not recommend anyway this for newbies or if you do not have the option to full backup your server before making any change to it.
I make a full backup make a change, and if something goes wrong I can go immediately back to the previous stage.

Special Mentions

[Update: 01/23/2011]
A lot of readers are mentioning OpenSuse, so I decided to put it here in a special section, I may add some others here, which I have not used, but according to the others the deserve a place here

  • OpenSuse From Wikipedia:

    openSUSE (pronounced /ˌoʊpənˈsuːzə/) is a general purpose operating system built on top of the Linux kernel, developed by the community-supported openSUSE Project and sponsored by Novell. After acquiring SUSE Linux in January 2004,[3] Novell decided to release the SUSE Linux Professional product as a 100% open source project, involving the community in the development process

  • This may be classified in both, newbies and Intermediate users, as it seems (according to its users) to be very user friendly


I know that writing this kind of personal articles, I can make a lot of people mad at me, please do not get mad at me, this is just my personal point of view.

But, at the same time, express your own thoughts and what you think about this topic and this Linux distributions, and feel free to list any one I have not listed, and let the rest know why you use it and what for.

Let’s create a nice conversation and discussion out of this post.



  1. Pilih program studi atau jurusan yang masih banyak dibutuhkan di dunia kerja sampai lima tahun ke depan. Tolok ukur kebutuhan dunia kerja bisa disimak dari rekruitmen CPNS bila yang ingin menjadi PNS atau lihat di koran untuk kebutuhan tenaga kerja di sektor swasta.
  2. Coba untuk mendaftar di Perguruan Tinggi Negeri (PTN) baik jalur PMDK atau SPMB. Apabila diterima, daftar ulang dan ikuti kuliah dengan baik. Lulusan PTN lebih diprioritaskan daripada PTS dari segi pengalaman penyelenggaraan pendidikan dan nama besar PTN saat penentuan diterima tidaknya dia bekerja.
  3. Apabila tidak diterima di PTN dan ingin kuliah di luar kota sesuai jurusan yang diminati di Perguruan Tinggi Swasta (PTS), konsultasikan secara baik dengan orang tua sebagai penyandang dana apakah sanggup membiayai sampai lulus kuliah. Ingat di luar kota ada tambahan biaya kost dan biaya makan disamping biaya utama yaitu biaya kuliah.
  4. Apabila jurusan yang diminati ada di PTS di lokasi tempat tinggal kita (dalam kota), daftar aja ke situ. Ingat PTS dengan jurusan yang sama yang berlokasi di luar kota belum menjamin kesuksesan mahasiswanya setelah lulus kuliah. Belum tentu mahasiswa itu jago di bidangnya. Tergantung dari kemauan dan tekad dari mahasiswa itu untuk giat belajar dan tekun berdoa.
  5. Kuliah di dalam kota lebih hemat biaya dan lebih banyak keuntungannya. Apabila tinggal dengan orang tua hanya biaya kuliah yang harus dikeluarkan. Dekat dengan orang tua bisa menjadi pengontrol tindakan yang dilakukan, menjadikan kita tidak salah arah.
  6. Mutu atau kualitas yang baik dari suatu Perguruan Tinggi (Negeri atau Swasta) belum menjamin mutu atau kualitas mahasiswa menjadi baik dan unggul. Faktor dari sisi mahasiswanyalah yang menentukan mutu atau kualitasnya bisa menjadi baik dan unggul. Banyak dijumpai lulusan Perguruan Tinggi di luar kota diuji dengan lulusan Perguruan Tinggi di dalam kota dengan jurusan yang sama, kadang lebih unggul lulusan dalam kota.

Selamat untuk siswa XII TKJ 2009-2010

Senin, 26 April 2010 Pukul 12.00 WIB adalah momentum bersejarah bagi siswa XII TKJ 2009-2010. Karena berkat jerih payah, usaha dan doa yang dilakukan akhirnya mereka dapat LULUS UJIAN NASIONAL 2010.  LULUS 100% dengan jumlah siswa 75 orang.

Keberhasilan ini adalah awal dari ujian berikutnya yang gak kalah sulitnya dengan ujian kemarin.  Barang siapa dapat melakukannya dengan selalu ingat pada SIAPA yang menciptakan kita, Insya Alloh ujian (kehidupan) itu dapat kita lewati dengan kesuksesan yang tiada duanya.

Ingatlah jangan sombong dan takabur atas keberhasilan yang diraih, karena itu juga merupakan ujian bagi kita. Tetap tawadu’ dan tawakal serta sabar.

Selamat kami ucapkan kepada para siswa XII TKJ 1 dan XII TKJ 2 Tahun Pelajaran 2009-2010 (Angkatan IV)  dari kami, Guru TKJ SMKN 1 Pacitan.

Web Lokal TKJ sudah gak lokal lagi

Info dari Pak Hendri via facebook alumni TKJ bahwa per tgl 18 Maret 2010 Web Lokal TKJ berbasis intranet sudah bisa diakses via internet di alamat:

Untuk semua komponen TKJ SMKN 1 Pacitan baik itu siswa, orang tua , DU-DI dapat memanfaatkan situs tersebut lebih optimal lagi.

Thanks untuk Pak Fat dan Pak Hendri yang telah membangun dan mengembangkan situs tersebut sedemikian rupa.

Ujian Nasional Usai Sudah

Minggu kemarin adalah minggu yang mendebarkan bagi siswa TKJ dan semua siswa SMK di seluruh Indonesia. Ujian Nasional 2010 telah dilaksanakan mulai tanggal 22 Maret s.d 25 Maret 2010 dengan materi ujian: Bahasa Indonesia, Bahasa Inggris, Matematika, Teori Kejuruan. Pastinya saat ini adalah saat yang melegakan karena semua tahapan ujian nasional mulai ujian praktik sampai ujian nasional utama telah dilaksanakan. Masih satu tahapan lagi yang harus diselesaikan yaitu Ujian Praktik dan Ujian Teori untuk mata diklat Normatif dan Adaptif selain mata ujian nasional utama.
Terus belajar dan berdoa, semoga seluruh siswa TKJ yang telah menempuh ujian dan akan menempuh ujian berikutnya dapat lulus 100%, Amin.

Kunjungan Bpk Direktur PSMK di Lab TKJ

Hari ini Sabtu pagi, 06 Maret 2010 Bpk Direktur Pembinaan SMK, Bpk Djoko Sutrisno bersama staf mengadakan kunjungan di SMK Negeri 1 Pacitan. Bersama beliau Bpk Kepala Dinas Pendidikan Pacitan, Bpk Heru Wiwoho.

Dalam kunjungan tersebut Bapak Direktur sempat masuk ke Lab Komputer 1 yang terletak di lantai 1 sebelah utara. Beliau menyapa para siswa 2 TKJ 3 dan menanyakan sedang belajar apa? Dijawab oleh para siswa sedang belajar linux. Respon beliau sangat bangga sekali bahwa siswa SMK khususnya TKJ sudah siap untuk Go Open Source. Beliau juga menyampaikan informasi bahwa Microsoft dengan software Windows akan menurunkan harga jual produknya. Di samping itu juga disampaikan mengenai Laptop Netbook berprosesor Intel Atom seharga 2,4 juta yang nantinya harapannya bisa dirakit dan dimiliki oleh siswa SMK. Siswa saat ditanya apa orang tua bersedia untuk membeli laptop tersebut, siswa menjawab dengan antusias dan menyambut baik ide gagasan tersebut. Semoga bisa terwujud.

Pembahasan Soal TryOut Ke-3 UTK TKJ

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