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Hands-On Intro to LINUX GUIs
Topic Area:
Track: UNIX
Topic: Languages & Tools
Type:  Interactive Workshop

Schedule:
11/09/99   01:30 PM     Duration: 2 Hrs. 30 Min.     Room: 7A&B

Presenter:
Phil Hughes
Specialized Systems Consultants  

Abstract:
Windows means user-friendly GUI and UNIX means boring, obscure commands right? Not so! This session takes a look at LINUX GUI applications, what they can do and why we care. Attendees will take a look at Kommon Desktop Environment (KDE) applications such as KFM, kterm and kcalc, and LINUX office applications such as StarOffice, xv, The GIMP and several others. The target audience for this session is the new LINUX user - no previous LINUX experience is required.

Objectives:
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Prerequisites for attendees:

Required Skill Level:
Introduction
For those entering a profession/changing technology base

                                                                                                                                                                           

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