November 04, 2006
Okay, how about Linux? You've heard some good things about it: it's stable, has lots of software and has the ability to work with lots of Microsoft products, including Office. But you're feeling a little nervous because you don't know much, if anything, about Linux. What do you do to become more comfortable? Take some free online training courses which will walk you through lessons that will move you along the path from a rank novice to a seasoned pro. Here are the courses:
- Getting Started with Linux - Beginner's Course
- Intermediate Level Linux Course
- Advanced Linux Course
And here are some of what's taught in those classes:
- What is Linux?
- Installing Linux
- An actual install
- About Debian GNU/Linux
- Installing Debian GNU/Linux
- Plunk that CD in the drive
- Sundry installation tasks
- Reboot and basic configuration
- Completing the install process
- Working with Linux - First Things First
- Working as another user
System Administration - An Overview
Backing up systems
The Apache Web server
Keeping Your Linux System Secure
Setting Up A Virtual Mail System
Programming under Linux
And there's a lot more there. In fact, more than you probably want to know. However, you should feel fairly comfortable using Linux after walking your way through the coursework.
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