[CentOS] Training Material: Books about linux but targeting Centos installations
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Fri Oct 13 23:15:43 UTC 2006
On Fri, 2006-10-13 at 08:02 -0700, TimJowers at Yahoo.Com wrote:
> You need to contact Servin. Bar none they have the absolute best
> training manual for CentOS/RHEL. I have used it to teach before. Each
> chapter is a series of steps for the particular topic. Combine this
> with a theory book such as "Understanding the Linux Kernel" and some
> time on the computer and your students will walk out transformed. They
> have a book for admin, for Linux for tech pros, for Linux and BIOS,
> Linux Kernel, and some others I think. .
> ----- Original Message ----
> From: DM <mamwake at yahoo.com>
> To: CentOS mailing list <centos at centos.org>
> Sent: Friday, October 13, 2006 1:07:04 AM
> Subject: Re: [CentOS] Training Material: Books about linux but targeting Centos installations
> --- Erick Perez <eaperezh at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I am about to give a training session in Linux,
> > using Centos 4.4 as a base.
> > I want to give my students (MS windows
> > administrators) printed books about
> > Linux and hopefully Centos based. It is a total of
> > 20 books. I'm also
> > interested in purchasing 20 copies of the DVD of
> > Centos 4.4 x86/x86_64
> > distro.
> > My initial search at amazon returned no useful
> > results.
> > It can be RHEL 4, Centos 4 or fedora 4 based but I
> > really want them to be
> > Centos if possible, given the fact that I often
> > scracth RHEL intallations in
> > favor of Centos (i know is the same base, but I
> > would like to match the book
> > with the distro).
> > The books have to be focused to Linux administration
> > and installation (like
> > web,ssh.mail.etc). There is no need to cover
> > in-depth programming
> > (perl,bash,etc).
> > Can anyone in the Centos community have some
> > references of these books/DVDs
> > for purchase?
> I have very good manual, geared to RHCE if you are
> interested contact me off-list.!
I would also recommend http://www.spidertools.com
They have training/admin courses on their hardware and are CentOS
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