Check out this link:
It would be beginner to intermediate. I would push hard to get to
configuring server services but a foundation needs to be there. It would
definitely help with OS X. That is one of the reasons I got into Linux
in the first place; to be prepared.
You can also see what was covered in a course that I am just completing
by going to: http://www.mmu.k12.vt.us/linux/course
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I'm interested in the class - mostly to get more familiar with the
behind the scenes of Mac OS X. What will the class consist of? Are
you starting from beginner to intermediate or will we need to have
some knowledge of unix already?
>I am thinking about teaching another Linux class this summer and I am
>trying to gauge interest. People could either come in person or take
>via the ILN. It would be a 5 day, 40 hour class. It might be
>days or every other day (MWfMW). I would ask for input from the
>participants on what they think will work for them. Let me know if
>Here is an overview of what would be covered:
>and here are some guidlines on what your experience should be:
>Sorry for the cross posts.
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