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Curriculum Description | Curriculum Roadmap | Curriculum Schedule | Course Enrolment
3 days   *   Intermediate   *   Lecture and Labs

Course Summary:
This course will provide students who are new to LINUX with a sound appreciation of this powerful operating environment, thus giving the students the knowledge and confidence to use most LINUX tools and utilities.

Target Audience:
Technical staff and users (support personnel, application developers, system integrators and power users) who require the basic skills necessary to interface effectively with LINUX. This course is suitable for most distributions of LINUX, including Red Hat and Caldera OpenLinux.

Recommended Prerequisites:
The participants should be technical staff with some moderate knowledge of another operating system like UNIX or Windows. There is no prior experience with LINUX required.

Course Objectives:
After completing this course, the student should be able to:

  • Describe the LINUX operating system and be able to use some of the more advanced LINUX facilities. Having gained suitable experience students can progress to further advanced training to establish peak performance and effectiveness.

    Key Topics:

  • Linux Introduction
  • Accessing the system
  • Getting help
  • Graphical interfaces- Gnomes and KDE
  • Tools available through the graphical interface
  • The LINUX file system
  • The bash shell
  • Accessing and using the command line
  • Commands and utilities available at the command line
  • Editing files
  • Printing files
  • Understanding processes
  • Directory and file security - permissions

    Last modified: 18-Jan-2005

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