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Nato workshop subsequent-activities-participants_info_2012-11-01

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  • 1. This workshop is supported by Please note, that this meeting is funded by NATO but is not a NATO-organized meeting.Announcement: Follow-up Activities - Open Source Systems Workshop, Kabul 15-17, 2012 - Training Sessions – in English - for IT Administrators -Because of the interest the workshop got from the side of the Afghan participants - and the stillpoor knowledge about Open Source software in Afghanistan two training sessions for skilled sys-tem administrators (one introductory and one more advanced session) are planned inKabul/Afghanistan.The first training session will provide an introduction into the Open Source software world (distribu-tions, applications, server components etc.) and provide in depth hands-on training (Ubuntu 12.04,Ubuntu/CentOS server set-up, Virtualization). At the same time, it will prepare the ground for thesubsequent and more advanced training session for the same participants.First training session (introductory - in-depth end-user training)Date Dec. 18-20, 2012Location PC labObjective Participants will be enabled to set-up and use a Linux system (advanced end-user level incl. VirtualBox/VMware Workstation, remote access functions etc.) and to set-up a Linux server (e.g., simple database or mail server). This training session will prepare participants for the more advanced 2nd training.Participants 12-15 from public institutions in KabulType of trainees IT managers or skilled administratorsRequired skills - in-depth IT knowledge is required (end-user and administrators level) - good command of English is compulsoryTrainers Prof. Dr. Wolfgang F. FinkeMaterials CDs/DVDs with the latest OSS releases and documentation (soft copies and hard copies) will be distributed to the participants , LifeBoot USB sticksRequirements PC workstation for each participant plus working Internet connection for all PCs - one pre-configured mini-server for exercisesProf. Dr. Wolfgang F. Finke – wolfgang.finke@bw.fh-jena.de – www.winf.bw.fh-jena.de – www.wffinke.de 1 of 2
  • 2. Second training sessionDate Feb. 2-4, 2013Location PC labObjective Participants will be enabled to set-up all components required to run a small network of workstations (mixed Linux/Windows environment using virtualized server hardware). Systems to be discussed will include LDAP, DHCP, DNS etc.Participants 12-15 from public institutions in Kabul who have completed the introductory session in December 2012.Type of trainees IT managers or skilled administratorsRequired skills - in-depth IT knowledge is required (end-user and administrators level) - good command of English is compulsory - participants must have participated in first training session Dec. 18-20, 2012Trainers n.n. (experienced OSS technical specialist)Materials CDs/DVDs with the latest OSS releases and documentation (soft copies and hard copies) will be distributed to the participants , LifeBoot USB sticksRequirements PC workstation for each participant plus working Internet connection for all PCs - one pre-configured mini-server for exercisesProf. Dr. Wolfgang F. Finke – wolfgang.finke@bw.fh-jena.de – www.winf.bw.fh-jena.de – www.wffinke.de 2 of 2

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