|FROM ||Ruben I Safir
|SUBJECT ||Re: [hangout] New blurb for Linux 1
|From owner-hangout-desteny-at-mrbrklyn.com Tue Jan 22 04:22:05 2002
Received: (from mdom-at-localhost)
by www2.mrbrklyn.com (8.11.2/8.11.2/SuSE Linux 8.11.1-0.5) id g0M9Len25021
for hangout-desteny; Tue, 22 Jan 2002 04:21:40 -0500
Received: (from ruben-at-localhost)
by www2.mrbrklyn.com (8.11.2/8.11.2/SuSE Linux 8.11.1-0.5) id g0M9Le325015;
Tue, 22 Jan 2002 04:21:40 -0500
From: Ruben I Safir
Subject: Re: [hangout] New blurb for Linux 1
In-Reply-To: <3C4D03B6.2000308-at-earthlink.net> from marco at "Jan 22, 2002 01:16:22
Date: Tue, 22 Jan 2002 04:21:40 -0500 (EST)
X-Mailer: ELM [version 2.4ME+ PL60 (25)]
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=US-ASCII
Reply-To: Ruben I Safir
List: New Yorkers Linux Scene
Admin: To unsubscribe send unsubscribename-at-domian.com to hangout-request-at-www2.mrbrklyn.com
Both are great
> Ok, I tried re- working the Linux 1 description for two
> different audiences:
> (doesn't know linux at all)
> Interested in free software, but afraid of making the jump?
> NYLXS is proud to present the next step in the linux
> revolution. Cradle to grave linux training.
> This is your chance to get a firm grasp of the Linux
> Operating system, and understand what the rage is about.
> The Linux 1 class covers everything you need to get a Linux
> system up and running. Including:
> --Installation, disk partitions
> --The shell, filesystem, configuration files
> --the X Window system, services and kernel modules
> --basic netwroking, users and groups.
> This class is the foundation for your free software
> future. At $200 you've never had such a deal, or a better
> excuse to jump on the train to computing freedom.
> (knows linux but doesn't want to be called a newbie)
> Alright you've tried linux, but aren't getting what you
> want out of it. You've spent days configuring things, and
> reading man pages but sometimes you just feel overwhelmed.
> NYLXS is proud to present, Linux 1, the first class in it's
> cradle to grave linux training program.
> If you wan't to know how to :
> --Manually setup your partitions and tailor your installation.
> --Setup users and groups, with full control over different
> levels of access and permissions.
> --Setup networking, gateways, routing, DNS
> --tinker with system services to know exactly what's running
> on your machine.
> Linux 1 is the class for you. Once you learn these
> basics you'll be well on your way to mastering the operating
> system. At $200 you've never had such a deal, or a better
> excuse to jump over that learning curve to your computing
> New Yorker Linux Users Scene
> Fair Use -
> because it's either fair use or useless....
New Yorker Linux Users Scene
Fair Use -
because it's either fair use or useless....