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Volume 10.1                                              April 1999
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 Learn Linux From JES
 200L Linux Fundamentals
This three-day course is designed for newcomers to Linux. It is appropriate for software professionals, systems analysts, project managers and support specialists who have a working knowledge of an operating system such as VMS, DOS or OS/2.
For more information, visit http://www.jes.com/cd/200l.html
 What Can You Say?
For those of you who have requested a way to stay in touch with fellow students or pose your questions to other users, we have a solution for you! The JES Message Board opened this March with posting open for all your comments, questions or suggestions.  To contact other students, pose questions, leave information, or see what's going on, just follow the 'Message Board' link from http://www.jes.com under the 'Resources' heading. We look forward to hearing from you!
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