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BW: Motorola Computer Group and Linuxcare to Offer Apache Training

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted Jun 19, 2000


""Motorola Computer Group and Linuxcare today announced a collaboration to deliver training courses, and technical, professional and certification services for enterprise customers worldwide. These courses and services are designed to facilitate corporate adoption of Linux technology and prepare students to meet Linux Professional Institute (LPI) certification standards. The courses are offered globally with training facilities in Beijing, Munich, New York, Osaka, Shanghai, Tempe, Ariz. and Tokyo."

Motorola Computer Group and Linuxcare today announced a collaboration to deliver training courses, and technical, professional and certification services for enterprise customers worldwide. These courses and services are designed to facilitate corporate adoption of Linux technology and prepare students to meet Linux Professional Institute (LPI) certification standards. The courses are offered globally with training facilities in Beijing, Munich, New York, Osaka, Shanghai, Tempe, Ariz. and Tokyo.

"The Linux training classes feature best-in-class Linux technical content driven by real-world business requirements. The courses are targeted for end users and novices to advanced UNIX and Windows NT system administrators. The courses offered include: Linux Fundamentals, Linux Fundamentals for the NT Professional, Linux System Administration, Linux Network Administration, Managing Apache Web Servers on Linux, Advanced Samba, Developing Shell Scripts, and Linux System Programming. Companies supporting Linux can visit the MCG Web site for more information at: (www.mcg.mot.com/training)."

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