Free Linux Online Courses
September 1, 2008
After my last article on eLearning, I came across yet another resource of free online Linux courses.
Brajeshwar , who has started writing a stream of articles on Linux lately, has a new post on Online courses for Linux newbies.
Check ’em all out HERE
I personally think that the IBM series is the best resource since it is for the intermediate and above level of users.
If any of the readers know any more screencast tutorials, do let me know.
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