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Re: [school-discuss] Linux 101

Check out "Linux Da Zero" (English: From Zero to Linux)(http://dazero.sourceforge.net/)
It's in Italian and it's FDL'd (and soon to be part of OpenSchooling!), but, if you
can find a translator, you may be able use it for your task.

Good Luck!

On Mon, 28 Oct 2002 12:55:55 -0500 (EST)
"Michael Williams" <mwilliams@haywood.k12.nc.us> wrote:

> I've been tapped to do an Intro to Linux continuing ed class at the our
> local community college and I need to put it together by January. So I'd
> like to start collecting resources now. Has anyone on this list done this
> already?
> Any favorite links? Guides? How-to's?
> They pretty well left it up to me to determine content. They are looking to
> capitalize on the recent (?) surge of interest in linux and hope to develop
> several more classes if this course is a success.
> Looks like I'll have a 15 station lab that I'll have to find an easy way to
> run linux in as they don't want to repartition yet. I'm leaniung toward
> booting into k12ltsp with floppies but there is also a case for one of those
> distro's that run under windows...any suggestions?
> Thanks,
> Michael
> -- 
> Michael Williams                   Instructional Technology
> Haywood County Schools          216 Charles St. Clyde, NC 28721
> http://www.k12linux.org                 (828) 627-8314

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