Linux: Introduction and Applications


PROVISIONAL COURSE CONTENT

Section 1:
Introduction & Preparing an installation


Section 2: Installation
 


Section 3:

Architecture


Section 4: The Gnome Desktop
 


Section 5: Applications
 

Section 6: Configuration
 




TIMETABLE
To be advised.

THE LECTURERS

Bevis King is a Senior Software Engineer/System Administrator for the Surrey Centre for Research in Ion Beam Applications (SCRIBA) within the School . His main areas of responsibility are developing software for the Ion Beam Centre and maintaining the machines used by the SCRIBA research group.

Bevis came to the University of Surrey in November 1990 from Imperial College in the University of London where he'd been a system programmer in the Department of Computing. Prior to that he was Data Processing Manager at Applied Property Research Ltd, a commercial database provider based in the City of London.

Tim Southerwood is an experienced systems administrator specialising in Linux and Windows NT. He has worked for the University of Surrey for more than five years and previously worked for the Government in Systems Administration and Programming.

Tim has worked on a wide variety of systems including Novell, MS Windows and Unix. He has used Linux and its associated tools in a number of applications.

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Barbara Steel: 18 April 2000