|SUBJECT ||Re: [hangout] New blurb for Linux 1
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Ok, I tried re- working the Linux 1 description for two
(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
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