If you are supplying the classroom and hardware, you need to follow the On-Site Training Facility Requirements we have established. These lay out the minimum level of hardware for student and instructor machines, projection devices, networking, etc.
We cannot be responsible if material in the class cannot be delivered effectively due to insufficient hardware. Likewise, we cannot be responsible for defective hardware that interferes with a successful class.
As described in the On-Site Training Facility Requirements document, a clean install on an empty hard drive is usually the best method. Our instructors are experienced at coming early on the first day and accomplishing a full installation before class starts. A particular installation method or a particular Linux distribution request may require more setup time. We will do our best to make sure the first day’s class is not delayed, but doing this properly requires that you communicate your exact constraints and/or preferences to us in advance so that a good plan can be made in advance of class.
If you prefer to do installation before the class, that is perfectly acceptable, but please communicate with us in advance about required software packages, etc. For all classes we must have the ability to install software on the classroom computers. If this presents a problem, please contact us, so we can find an effective solution.
When a class is held on-site, attendees are often pulled away for other matters such as meetings, catching up with email and handling technical problems or other emergencies. Distraction from the class can be a significant problem and we encourage you make efforts to let students engage fully in the class. We cannot be expected to make special accommodations for a student who misses significant portions of the sessions, as this places a burden on everyone else. However, if the entire group requests some schedule shifting to accommodate pressing local needs, we will do our best to accommodate such requests.
The training materials provided or developed by The Linux Foundation in connection with the training services are protected by copyright and other intellectual property rights. The training materials are provided for individual use by participants in the form in which they are provided. They may not be copied, modified, distributed to non-participants or used to provide training to others without the prior written consent of The Linux Foundation. Open source code incorporated in the training materials may have other copyright holders and is used pursuant to the applicable open source license.