Want to setup a server for Moodle, but don’t know how? You’ve heard it takes Linux, but you work in a “Microsoft shop” and no one knows how to do GNU/Linux? Or, are you like me, someone who wants to learn how to setup a Linux server to run Moodle and other Web 2.0 solutions (e.g. WordPress) just for fun?
Session description includes the following:
A CentOS 5.6 Server Install Fest – ie, BYOLB – Build Your Own Linux Box.OS + Webmin + Moodle + config and scripts. Limit of 10 participants. Participants bring their own Linux compatible server (with Keyboard, Monitor, Mouse + net cable) for development or production. Installation will be done over the network. Server participants bring (model/specs) to be Red Hatcertified. Please see https://hardware.redhat.com/index.cgi for compatibility guide (use the link for version 5)
In addition, participants should bring a laptop (Mac or PC / wireless/wired) which has DVD burner for remote admin of their own server and burning their own DVD install disc. (blank disc provided, ISO files provided).
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