One Course Source presents Free Linux Learning Day

San Diego, CA, July 15, 2011 One Course Source announces a day of free Linux learning on Saturday, July 30th. This event will run all day from 9AM to 4PM. There is no cost to attend this event.

Online PR News – 28-July-2011 – – Training sessions will be provided for both beginners and experienced Linux users. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn the following topics:
• Techniques to prepare for Linux certification exams
• Manipulating files and directories
• How Linux permissions work
• Shell Programming
• Linux Deployment
• Administering Users and Groups
• Securing Linux
• Software Administration
Three tracks of classes will be available throughout the day. Individuals will have the option of attending any presentation in any track. All training will be conducted by an instructor who is RHCE certified.
In addition, the following will be provided:
• A chance to win* a training kit valued at $499. This kit will include:
o The course materials for OCS-linux-075
o The course materials for OCS-linux-175
o The OCS "RHCSA™/RHCE® Exam Prep Resource Guide"
o The OCS live USB drive which contains a bootable Linux Operating System.
• Morning and afternoon refreshments will be served.
• The opportunity to interact with other San Diego Linux community members.
Advanced registration is required to attend this event and space is limited to the size of the facility. Register now to secure your seat!
*One attendee will win this kit via a random drawing. Attendee must attend the event to be eligible.
Further information can be found at
One Course Source, Inc. began as a courseware development company. Drawing on years of courseware design, OCS developed and distributed courseware to training sites and classrooms with the major focus primarily on Open Source technologies, including Linux, UNIX, Perl, Python and Tcl. After years of successful courseware development, One Course Source branched out to provide other products and services related to training. OCS's courseware development experience has lead to the creation of a new series of classes designed to assist students in obtaining their Linux certifications.