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Hello everybody out there,

I am writing this post to link the FOSS (Free and Open Source Software) presentation which I gave in AOU (Arab Open University) during a free Linux course there, it has 40 slide covers the primary topics of FOSS and gives an entry point to GNU/Linux operating systems.

The presentation covers a three sessions (2 hours each, with total of 6 hours), and considered a very good introduction, anybody could use it and modify it (it has FDL license), I would like to thank Ahmed Mikawy (linuxawy) who made this great slide show, I actually corrected some mistakes, modified some stuff and add some additional slides, I hope everybody will like it and make use of it.

Please download it from this link:

Enjoy…

P.S Note: any comments, suggestions and corrections are very welcomed and appreciated.

Hello,

Last session was nice, I’ve talked about GNU/Linux in more details, and asked some questions…

Honestly I was happy because I found many students interested in it, but disappointed because of the few number of attendants, my aim was to let the whole IT students understand what is GNU/Linux and benefit from FLOSS, but alas! there are many dumbs out there…

The next session is at Sunday 12/04/2009, 12:00PM in classroom 906, the location is my university of course => http://aou.edu.eg

In this session, I will do a live show of booting Ubuntu Live-CD and installing on a laptop, and I will give primary usage in GNOME environment.

Me wish luck to my self…

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