Our UNIX and Linux courses are deployed automatically, using a Ubuntu PXE boot server (setup with tftpd, dhcpd and lighttpd and some scripting). However, for a particular event, I needed to install CentOS into VM rather than directly dropping it onto the hardware. Read the full article
The demand for command line-driven Linux training has always been strongest at the entry point level, where IT professionals realise that GUI applications, whilst adequate for end-user work, are not sufficiently powerful or efficient for server administration or development work. Read the full article
Following the footsteps of his big brother UNIX, Linux has been quietly and steadily increasing its market share. At 20, Linux is no longer a baby. Initially earmarked for server environments, Linux has been taking desktop and mobile markets by surprise, by responding to technology advances promptly and successfully. Read the full article
Apparently, there can never be too much said about computer security, and so we thought we’d chip in, constructively. The best manner for us, is to offer a new course – this time, one that focuses on handling various security techniques in Linux. Read the full article
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