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Old 05-28-2011, 10:50 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by onebuck View Post

Loads of disciplines do use Gnu/Linux within their courses. You would have to contact the University/College to see if Gnu/Linux is being used & taught. Most do have UNIX defined courses. As to specific Gnu/Linux courses or programs then that would not be something to answer generally. As others have said: seek, search & contact to get some results.

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Thanks Gary for your help. I'll keep looking for more details and seek an expert advice till I make a final decision. I also wanted to ask if I want to make my future in the field of open source engineering related to Linux/Unix then what should I focus on?
And I am sorry for my rude behavior and I have already apologized, I'll also make sure that it won't happen again.
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