[clug] Introduction to Linux Course Offering
Michael at agileware.net
Tue Mar 22 06:42:37 GMT 2005
Actually I am still debating with myself whether to use Red Hat Desktop v4,
Novell Linux Desktop or Fedora for the user desktops?
I will be evaluating RH desktop 4 and Novell Linux desktop soon to try and
make that decision.
Do you have any recommendations - reasons for and against.
I will be doing a Fedora Core 3 install for the server demonstration
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22/03/2005 04:47 <Michael at agileware.net>
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Re: [clug] Introduction to Linux
On Tue, Mar 22, 2005 at 09:49:51AM +1100, Michael Manning wrote:
> As a way of trying to get the word about Open Source, GNU/Linux out there
> thought I would post about a course we are offering this April.
> More can be found here -
> This is an introductory course aimed specifically at users who are
> out on their GNU/Linux experience and users who want to
> investigate/evaluate the fastest growing Operating System in the world.
> So if anyone knows of anyone else that would be interested in this type
> thing or any variations then it would be great if you could put them in
> contact with us here at Agileware.
Given you are an RHCE, I presume you conduct the course using Fedora?
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