Subject: NetBSD Administration Training in December from Daemon News
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Jeremy C. Reed <email@example.com>
Date: 10/15/2002 13:30:31
Dear NetBSD friends,
In keeping with our goal to serve the BSD community by providing an
extensive line of BSD products and services, Daemon News is proud to
announce NetBSD training.
Course: NetBSD System Administration
Dates: December 10 - 12, 2002, 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Location: Seattle, Washington area
The hands-on NetBSD System Administration class covers the fundamentals
of NetBSD system administration, including: installation (i386),
system services, installing software packages, configuring and
building kernels, network configuration, and more.
* Complimentary Daemon News NetBSD boxed CD set.
* Complimentary lunches included daily.
* Small classes with one-on-one interaction.
* Hands-on training, one system per student.
This class is designed for students who are new to BSD administration.
Some Unix, BSD, or Linux experience would be helpful. Although
this course uses NetBSD for its curriculum, most of the concepts
are applicable for OpenBSD, BSD/OS, and FreeBSD administration.
Topics covered in this course include:
* operating system installation (CDs provided)
* rc.conf and rc.d system startup configurations
* networking setup and troubleshooting
* user and group administration
* installing new software using packages (pkgsrc and pre-built)
* setting up a DNS caching and authoritative DNS server (using BIND)
* setting up basic packet filter and NAT (Network Address
* beginning email server configuration (using Postfix)
* Apache HTTPD webserver installation and configuration for virtual
* Unix security concepts
* customizing the kernel
* updating a NetBSD system
Sign up before November 5th and receive a 10% discount!
Group and student discounts also available.
To enroll for this course or for detailed information about this class
please check our website:
Daemon News E-Zine http://www.daemonnews.org
Print Magazine http://magazine.daemonnews.org
BSD Mall http://www.bsdmall.com