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  • This course identifies desktop, server and package management tools and repositories. As well as studying the evolution of different Linux distributions, you will develop a range of skills for desktop and command line applications, including basic shell, scripting, and command line syntax. This course will cover a range of areas from using directories and text editors to creating basic scripts and identifying network interfaces.

  • There are no academic entry requirements for this course, however basic knowledge of downloading software is expected.

  • There are no formal assessments for this qualification.

  • Upon successful completion of this qualification, learners will be able to effectively use desktop applications in Linux and can use this to progress onto future, higher-level study or work.

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  • £280.00 per evening x2
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  • This course identifies desktop, server and package management tools and repositories. As well as studying the evolution of different Linux distributions, you will develop a range of skills for desktop and command line applications, including basic shell, scripting, and command line syntax. This course will cover a range of areas from using directories and text editors to creating basic scripts and identifying network interfaces.
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