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Linux Virtual Trainer?

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Hi is there a program that actively provides feedback and advice on using linux as I use it? Kind of like ChessMaster except for linux. Thanks for your help.
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redhat have a training courses. are very useful.

and you can find in here other courses


http://www.worldwidelearn.com/linux.htm


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here anther linux trainig. not online only linux trainning is good :)


http://www.intelinfo.com/newly_researched_free_training/Linux.html

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Thanks a lot pablouruguay.
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