Free Linux Courses


Free online Linux courses (slideshows available) 
The following Linux courses have been created by me, released under the GFDL. They can  be viewed in slide format online, but for a more complete introduction to the material I am available for teaching (contact information is listed at the bottom of this page). I have taught these courses commercially for the following companies:

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Linux First Steps:This course is designed to guide inexperienced users through their first steps into the wonderful (and stable) world of Linux. This process should be as painless as possible and this course covers all the necessary information that a new user needs to start the journey to a place here "reboot" just isn't the standard solution! This course leads the new user through the history of Linux, through the preparations leading up to an actual installation, the installation of Red Hat and/or SuSE Linux, followed by a tour through the most used commands and the common tools a user needs to understand within the Linux environment. The course continues with a tour of the standard paths users can follow to find information about their Linux systems. In closing the course will take the student through a kernel compilation and present a short overview of the more well known services used in Linux solutions today.

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Apache on Linux:This is a one day workshop to provide the student with a working knowledge of the Apache webserver as run on a Linux machine.
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Linux Networking:This course has day 1 and day 2 under revision. Day 3 is online, please contact me if you are interested.

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Guest Instructor IBM:I was a guest instructor for IBM Learning Services, Netherlands where I taught the following courses.
I have taught these courses both at IBM Learning Centers and at several remote customer locations: