Basic introductory courses for Linux desktops and servers enable new users to become more familiar with the Linux environment. Courses build from a basic introduction to Ubuntu desktop through to managing a Linux server.
Additional courses in using the shell and shell scripting.
Desktop courses cover standard open source applications including LibreOffice (Writer, Calc, Impress), Gimp, Inkscape and Scribus.
Introduction to Ubuntu Linux Desktop
This course covers the basics of installing the operating system and additional software. Also includes command line, graphical interfaces and finding help.
Introduction to Linux server
This course introduces you to using your Linux server. It covers the basics on how to access the server, security, how to install software and troubleshooting.
Introduction to Shell and Shell Scripting
Use the Linux shell to learn basic shell commands and the fundamentals of how the shell operates. The course includes useful commands for moving around, managing files and permissions and the skills necessary to perform basic operating system tasks.
The Shell Scripting course shows you how to write and run scripts to automate shell commands. It includes additional useful shell features for creating advanced and intelligent scripts.
LibreOffice courses cover creating, editing, formatting and using additional features to create Writer, Calc and Impress documents productively.
Graphics courses cover Gimp and Inkscape