June 6, 2005

Updated Guru Labs Linux Troubleshooting class

Dax Kelson writes "Newly Updated Linux Troubleshooting Training Course Ready for Latest
Linux Distributions with more Challenging Scenarios.

Bountiful, Utah -- June 2, 2005 -- Guru Labs, L.C. announces an update
to the GL314 Linux Troubleshooting Course. Updates include support for
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 and SUSE Linux 9.3, additional
troubleshooting problems, and an update to the tsmenu troubleshooting
program.

The GL314 is a five day course built around Guru Lab's unique tsmenu
(troubleshooting menu) program. Using tsmenu, students are able to
browse problem descriptions, launch a problem to break their system,
obtain hints and check for successful resolution. The process of finding
an appropriate fix allows students to test their knowledge of Linux
while improving troubleshooting skills.

With the latest update, the GL314 now supports an unprecedented total of
seven Linux distributions: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3 and 4, Fedora Core
2 and 3, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 9, and SUSE Linux Professional 9.1
and 9.3. A new version of the tsmenu program has been released with
improved scenario checking and additional troubleshooting problems.
These include new problems for iptables, Syslog-ng, TCP wrappers, RAID
and LVM, a total of over 120 troubleshooting problems.

"Since launching this one-of-a-kind Linux troubleshooting class early
this year, the response has been tremendous. Students love the built-in
progressive hint system that allows a tailored challenge for students of
all skill levels." said Dax Kelson, co-founder of Guru Labs.

Evan McNabb, Guru Labs instructor added, "When we first created this
class we had brainstorming sessions with Guru Labs instructors and
outside experts. We tried to list every conceivable, fixable, Linux
problem we could. Unfortunately, some of the really tough scenarios
didn't make it into the first cut of the course. With this new release,
we've added some real doozies and brought the total over 120 scenarios."

Additional information about the course content is available at:
http://www.gurulabs.com/GL314

A new online flash demonstration of the tsmenu program is available at:
http://www.gurulabs.com/GL314demo

About Guru Labs

Guru Labs was founded in 1999 by Linux experts, active in the open
source community, to provide exceptional Linux education. Guru Labs
Linux training courses are highly regarded for their in-depth coverage
and extensive real-world labs. Guru Labs operates a modern training
facility in northern Utah with classes open to public enrollment.
Educational institutions worldwide license Guru Labs courseware via a
comprehensive partner program.

RED HAT is a registered trademark of Red Hat, Inc. SUSE is a trademark
of SUSE LINUX Products GmbH, a Novell business. All other third-party
trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Guru Labs
training courses and courseware are not sponsored, endorsed or
affiliated by or with Red Hat, Inc or Novell Inc."

Link: gurulabs.com

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