LPI-Essentials-Logo-300X300The Linux Professional Institute is a vendor neutral organization set up to promote the use of Linux and open source. Much of this comes down to education and the LPI work closely with schools and colleges. The Raspberry Pi foundation have very similar goals to those of the LPI in wanting to promote the understanding of computers and move away from pure consumption of technology. The Pi, of course, runs Linux and in itself costs just £30, more or less. So it seems perfect to run a series on the LPI but dedicated to learning and using the Raspberry. Through the series we will use Raspbian, a Debian based Linux distribution, on a Model B Pi with 512MB RAM

Lesson Description
1.1 Linux Evolution and Popular Operating Systems Click to Access
1.2 Major Open Source Applications – 11 Lessons
1.2.0 Major Open Source Applications – Introduction Click to Access
1.2.1 Major Open Source Applications – LibreOffice Click to Access
1.2.2 Major Open Source Applications – Firefox Click to Access
1.2.3 Major Open Source Applications – GIMP Click to Access
1.2.4 Major Open Source Applications – ImageMagick Click to Access
1.2.5 Major Open Source Applications – Apache Web Server Click to Access
1.2.6 Major Open Source Applications – MySQL Server Click to Access
1.2.7 Major Open Source Applications – openLDAP Server Click to Access
1.2.8 Major Open Source Applications – C Click to Access
1.2.9 Major Open Source Applications – Python 3 Click to Access