DPR-514 - Introduction to Linux

See how to navigate through the world of desktop Linux and how to use free office productivity, multimedia, and Internet software packages included with Linux. In addition, see how to use your Linux desktop to access the Internet to browse Websites, download files, chat with friends, and work with e-mail. This course requires that you have a basic knowledge of using Windows or Macintosh and are comfortable with working in a graphical PC environment. You must have a PC available to run the Simply MRPIS, Version 6.5 Linux Operating System either from the hard disk or from a live CD. That PC must meet the minimum requirements for the Simply MRPIS version 6.5 Linux distribution: PC with an Intel Pentium or equivalent processor, a bootable CD ROM drive, at least 2GB hard drive, and at least 54MB of RAM. If you have a dial-up Internet connection, you can order the Simply MRPIS version 6.5 CD for a minimal cost of approximately $15.
Academic Level
Continuing Education Level
Subject
Data Processing
Department
Continuing Ed - Open Classes
Credits
Not Available
Prerequisites
None
Corequisites
None
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