Linux System

Linux is one of the most prominent examples of free and open source software collaboration: the underlying source code may be used, modified, and distributed—commercially or non-commercially—by anyone under licenses such as the GNU General Public License.


Basic Computer knowledge.

Acquired Skills:

At the end of this training the student will have acquired the skills to install, getting around / basic navigation, basic system administration, and basic networking.

Curriculum Material:

The language and teaching techniques are geared to the course’s final use. It includes explanatory exercises and videos.

Course Topics:

  • Linux History
  • License
  • GNU Project
  • Linux Distribution
  • Ubuntu Introduction
  • About the Versions

Ubuntu Installation:

  • Difference between Ubuntu Kubuntu and Xubuntu
  • System Requirements
  • How to download
  • How to recording on the CD
  • How to configure the screen resolution
  • First boot-up
  • Second try boot-up (nano/etc/X11/xorg.conf)

GRUB - Grand Unified Bootloader:

  • GRUB Installation
  • apt-get install grub
  • GRUB Configuration
  • Knowing the Terminal
  • Terminal Privileges
  • Terminal Basic commands
  • Installing Fonts


  • Wireless
  • Install Drivers (ndiswrapper)
  • Install Programs
  • APT-GET Folders
  • Applications
  • Synaptic
  • Install Packets
  • Directory Structure

Configuration Files:

  • Extensions
  • Applications and Games from Windows
  • Wine
  • Virtualbox
  • Programs
  • Ubuntu Best Programs

Certificate of Completion

At the end of the course the student will receive our certificate of completion for this training.