[CALUG] Baltolug: Linux Courses

Jim Summe jsumme at verizon.net
Tue Oct 25 00:41:07 EDT 2011


Howard Community College (HCC) offers back to back Linux courses.  They 
are CMSY 255, "Introduction to Unix and Linux," and CMSY 256, "Linux 
Server Administration."  See 
  The courses are offered by HCC's Business and Computer Systems 
Division.  You can reach them at 443-518-1520.

Jim Summe

On 11/10/24 5:48 PM, Ron Swift wrote:
> Stephen, thank you for your question. We have many excellent
> universities in the area but I don't know  which ones offer a crash
> course in command line Linux nor could I rate their effectiveness.
> There are some online resources that you may want to look at like
> www.linuxcommand.org or
> http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/9030259/Linux_Command_Line_Cheat_Sheet.
> There are also books like
> http://www.amazon.com/Linux-Command-Shell-Scripting-Bible/dp/047025128X
> that have gotten good reviews.
> Lastly, I have forwarded your question to several user group lists and
> ask that persons respond to you.
> Thanks
> On 10/24/2011 04:55 PM, Stephen wrote:
>> This is an enquiry e-mail via http://www.baltolug.com/ from:
>> Stephen<mekosh at gmail.com>
>> Hi Ron,
>> First of all, I'm sorry if this question has been answered elsewhere on the site and I missed it.
>> I'm interested in taking a crash course in command line Linux and was wondering if you had any suggestions. I have a lot of experience working with computers and web programming and some basic command line knowledge.
>> There appear to be a lot of courses offered though it's difficult to tell which ones are reputable and effective...
>> My ideal course would be affiliated with some university/college on some type of condensed schedule (not a full semester). My employer is willing to pay, though I'm sure there are limits to that willingness.
>> Any help with this would be greatly appreciated.
>> Thanks!
>> !DSPAM:2,4ea5d25c10011437813886!

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