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Using Linux to Teach Unix System Administration

Joe Kaplenk Issue #44, December 1997 A teacher at the College of DuPage in Illinois, has found that teaching system administration to beginners is both easy and cost-effective using Yggdrasil Linux.               College of DuPage There are several handicaps inherent in teaching a class in Unix administration in an academic environment. In order to ...

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Unix and Computer Science

Ronda Hauben Issue #4, August 1994 Although the word Linux does not appear in this article, it does offer a lot of interesting background on Unix. That background tells us how we got to the point where Linx is a reality. This year is the 25th anniversary of the invention of the Unix kernel in 1969 at Bell Labs. The ...

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