On Tue, May 30, 2006 at 10:35:04PM +0100 or so it is rumoured hereabouts,
> Has anyone undertaken any of the FAS online courses? I was looking at
> the Linux+ course and was just wondering if anyone had done it?
Their tech help page: http://www.fas-netcollege.com/html/tech_help.htm
"My computer is a few years old now. Can I use it to access eCollege
Answer: It is important that the computer you use to access eCollege
courses reaches a minimum required specification. Some older machines may
not be fast enough to run the courseware correctly. The specification
below is the minimum required to run our courses.
* Operating System Windows ME or later
* Pentium III Processor (or higher)
* 128 mb RAM
* 6 GB Hard Disk
* 17 inch Monitor
* Internal 56KB Modem
* Recommended Screen Resolution = 1024 X 768
* Software: Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 (IE6+) "
I tried phoning them but I'm getting voicemail. Be interesting to see how
they manage the 'install linux' if you're on a single computer at home or
if they can do ECDL on a linux system...
Conor Daly <conor.daly at cod.homelinux.org>
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