Course Details and Schedule

This course, delivered as a whole day session, will give you a comprehensive introduction to Linux (the open source operating system). The course gives a brief background to Linux - where it came from, how it is made and who uses it. You will explore the command line, and learn how to build your own commands. You will be introduced to shell scripting as a way to automate tasks. Finally you will take a look at the standard Linux office applications, and be shown how to find and install other useful programs.

See below for course schedule

Key topics
  • The command line
  • Using the command line to build your own commands
  • Shell scripting to automate task
  • Linux office applications
  • Finding useful programs
Course information
Intended audience Anybody who is curious about exploring Linux for their daily computing.
Prior knowledge No prior knowledge required.
Software Ubuntu
Format Presentation with practical exercises
Further information The content of this course is similar to the Linux lunchtime series.

No lunch is provided, please make your own arrangements.

Taught using:
Linux (Ubuntu)

Course provider: IT Learning Programme

Schedule
Booking normally opens 30 days before the course begins.
Commences Dates Time Sessions Cost Location Status
2nd week Friday 24 October 09:15-16:15 1 16.00 IT Services, 13 Banbury Road places available Add to basket

Can't make any of these dates? Express an interest in future dates for this course.

Frequency: This course runs once a year subject to teacher availability.