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does anyone know of a course for unix beginners
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Course I: Search UNIX.COM site with KEYWORDS and read FAQ section.

First Lesson:

Use the following link to search for the keywords "UNIX Course" or "UNIX Certification"

https://www.unix.com/search.php

Exam questions:
[list=a][*]Did you find any information on UNIX courses in the forums (after searching)?[*]Any discussions on certification?[*]How much information is available with keyword searches?[*]Does www.google.com have a good search engine?[*]Anything from Google?[/list=a]
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