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FreeBSD training class to be held in Fort Worth, Texas, in February
Puget Sound Technology, an open source technical service provider, is offering a FreeBSD system administration course, February 7 - 10, 2006, in Fort Worth, Texas, USA. The course will cover standard Unix and Linux administration skills using the popular FreeBSD Unix operating system.
The training includes FreeBSD installation, using the FreeBSD ports collection for installing third-party software, updating FreeBSD, custom kernel configurations, understanding the rc.d startup scripts, periodic tasks, mail services, and packet filtering. The course will also cover cron, basic networking, inetd, syslogging, and user and group administration.
The students will learn the basics of DNS using BIND, SMTP and Postfix, and Apache, said Jeremy C. Reed, a Puget Sound Technology consultant and member of the BSD Certification Group. And the students will setup their own DNS primary and secondary zones and Apache-based virtual websites.
The course details are at http://www.pugetsoundtechnology.com/training/freebsd/. Discounts are available for groups and early registration.
About Puget Sound Technology
Puget Sound Technology offers custom training, remote administration, and consulting services for a wide-variety of open source and Unix software. The company, based out of Washington state, has taught over 56 workshops and classes. Puget Sound Technology's website is at http://www.pugetsoundtechnology.com/.
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