Has anyone been able to play Portal 2 in Steam under wine on Ubuntu 12.04
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 22, 2012
I'am runing Ubuntu 12.04, and have tried to install Portal 2 in Steam under wine. I used PlayOnLinux to do the hard work. The installation worked without errors, but the game chrash during load. I wonder if there are anyone that have been able to actualy play the game under theese conditions, and if so how.
Other game works fine, like Portal and Left 4 Dead.
I have a i5 core and nVidia GeForce 310M.
LXer: Canonical Prepares Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud Training Programs
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 28, 2009
Published at LXer:
As Canonical prepares for Ubuntu 9.10’s October 29 launch, the company’s channel and partner management team is developing an Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud training course for technology managers, customers and partners. Here’s the scoop.
Ubuntu training video tutorial package
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 21, 2012
I am looking for a video tutorial package for learning Ubuntu 12.04, similar to training video CD's such as Trainsignal or CBT Nuggets.
If anyone has any idea related to this please let me know.
Free Linux Training Manuals (Essentials & LPI Level 1)
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 24, 2012
Free Linux Essentials Training Manual
Free Creative Commons LPI Level 1 Linux Training Manual Released
cost of Linux training
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 8, 2009
Hey, I'm doing a document on why this company should switch over to linux OS's and I need to make a budget and I was just wondering what the cost of training would be? would anyone know where i could find this out or have any idea what it would be?
2013 Linux Foundation Linux Training Scholarship Program
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 29, 2013
The 2013 Linux Jobs Report shows demand for Linux pros exceeding other areas of technology for the second year in a row. Ninety-three percent of employers said they will hire Linux pros in the next six months, while 90 percent said finding Linux talent is difficult. When they do find it, they pay higher salaries and offer better perks to the Linux pros.The Linux Foundation helps meet this demand by providing professional Linux training opportunities that prepare Linux pros for these positions. But we understand not everyone can afford to take advantage of these opportunities, so the Linux Training Scholarship Program provides funds to developers and IT professionals who show incredible promise for building Linux careers and helping to shape the future of the operating system but do not otherwise have the ability to attend Linux Foundation training courses.
The Linux Foundation’s Linux Training Scholarship Pro
LXer: Linux Foundation Sponsors IT Training Scholarship
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 18, 2013
Published at LXer:
The French revolutionary Georges Danton famously said, "After bread, education is the people's first need." And while the French Revolution and the channel may not have much in common, there are few places in which this populist message resonates better than the open source ecosystem, where providing development and other skills to volunteer contributors is vital to long-term success—which is exactly what the Linux Foundation is doing starting this week with its 2013 Linux Training Scholarship Program.
VI(m) training topic
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 7, 2008
although CLI usage is becoming less and less a requirement in GNU/linux, there are some times where ones become confined to the tools that exist CLI based only (recovery mode, servers, X crashed, ...). The one skill that any user should master in those circumstances, is text editing.
Virtually every linux distribution I know off, comes with a text manipulation program, called 'vi' or 'vim'.
Vi(m) can be a pain to learn in the beginning, but ones you learn it's usage, I personally learned to prefer it over GUI based editors. so I decided to start a series of short, task based, trainingsessions to guide the novices in the fine art of practical and efficient text manipulation.
The minimal requirements to follow the lessons are as follow:
- Know how to open a terminal.
- know how to start/exit vi(m)
Every lesson will
- start with a short explanation on a or some concepts. Very brief, the main goal is to point the student in the right direction to
Linux training help!
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 5, 2008
I am looking at doing some courses on using Linux.
I have been using different distros for about 2 or 3 years and I want to get some qualifications to help me with getting a job. My friend has suggested getting LPI accreditation in LPIC-1 and 2, but I still need to learn a lot more.
I have been doing some online courses using www.linux.org but I was hoping for something more in depth and more of a leaning environment.
I was looking at doing the 7.10 desktop course but it is a little more basic than I want and the professional Ubuntu course is not provided in Australia
Any help will be greatly appreciated!!
Portal 2 Looks Set To Drop On Linux With A Beta
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 27, 2014
Link. Finally, Valve! You can download it, not sure if you can play it yet. Give it a go!
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