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I for one am not going read through all of their instructions. They do, however, seem to be pretty complete and detailed---I would assume that you need to do what they say......
Hi and thanks.. The only instructions I could find seemed to be for setting up a server, ie. for providers of courses, rather than consumers, and if I could do all that, I wouldn't be needing a course in "Linux fundamentals" .... seems an odd thing to require students to do before learning cp mkdir ls rm etc etc.....
Originally Posted by David1357
The moodle stuff looks like it is just for online collaboration. You do not have to have it for the course. Ignore it.
Probably good advice David, and I have the course in .pdf format; its just that I am a stubborn sort of character, and working with some fellow students or collaborating with the providers might be a useful thing. Is moodle not a popular or widely used toolset?