This is the download page for our open source LPI 101 and 102 training manuals.
These are licenced under the GNU Free Documentation Licence (FDL).
We also offer
training courses on the same material.)
Of course, since the notes are free, you can download them, print them out,
modify them and hack around generally. Everything should be like this, don't
People from all over the world tell us they like these notes. Here are the
comments that are worth repeating (they say nice things, even if
the speling is not allways to grate :)
Hi, I just wanted to thank you for writing and releasing to the public your
training notes, they are well written and very thorough. If I had known about
them earlier I would not have spent my money on the "Nutshell" book.
Just a word of thank for the awesome and very professional LPI notes. They're
really helping me.
Thanks for the excellent documents. These notes manage to clarify several
complicated issues which other resources do not. The (semi)informal style is a
welcome relief as well. Keep up the good work.
"Hi, Thanks for all these good stuff !! It contains a lot of new features which
are not covered in many of the best selling book/coursewares & vendors."
"Thank you for the Training material placed on your website almost for free.
I am very grateful. Hope I will become an active contibutor to the linux
world soonest." (from Nigeria)
"i just want to say that your resource is the best in the world of linux
software. I want to be a linux GURU using ur resource." (from Uganda)
"This is a short list of typos or otherwise incorrect words, sentences or other
weirdness I found while studying your excellent LPI 101 training manual [20
corrections here]I hope it helps you improve the training manual, which
helped me pass my 101 exam." (This is the typo of comment we like.)
Thanks so much for the notes.
I'm considering taking these courses some time soon... (We look forward to
your visit to South Africa from Singapore ...)
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Language: British English
License: GNU FDL with front cover text