IBM Training is making it easier for you to communicate with your colleagues around the world when discussing your training requirements and recommendations. We are standardizing many of our course numbers in the Linux curriculum. When one of your colleagues mentions that "LX24" helped them significantly improve their system’s performance, you can locate the class schedule and enroll in the course knowing that you will receive the same award-winning training.
The following is a list of old course codes and their corresponding new course codes. Click on the course title to access the course description of the new course code.
|Old code||New code||Course title|
|QLX02||LX020||Linux Basics and Installation|
|QLX03||LX030||Linux System Administration I: Implementation|
|QLX07||LX070||Linux Network Administration I: TCP/IP and TCP/IP Services|
|QLX15||LX150||Linux Jumpstart for UNIX System Administrators|
|QLX37||LX370||Linux LPI Level 1 Certification Preparation Workshop|
|QPL15||LX100||Supporting Enterprise Linux on IBM System p5|
|QPL40||LX400||Linux on p5 Performance Mgmt|
|QLX24||LX240||Linux Network Administration II: Network Security and Firewalls|
|QLX25||LX250||Linux as a Webserver (Apache)|
|QLX22||LX220||Linux and Perl Programming|
|QLX23||LX230||Linux and Bourne Again Shell Programming|
|QLX86||LX260||Linux Integration with Windows (Samba)|
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