The course is highly interactive and consists of theory with plenty of hands on practical content. A dedicated server will be used so that the more complex commands and administration utilities can be practised in the security of a classroom environment.
Experienced support staff or users who have some hands on experience with a UNIX based system, or who have used another type of system and have attended suitable pre-training.
Students should have a good basic understanding of UNIX, gained through UNIX Introduction course, and at least three months practical experience. Knowledge of a standard UNIX editor will be required.
Course Objectives:To provide attendees with the self sufficiency and confidence to manage and provide first line support of a UNIX based system
To satisfactorily cope with the day to day running of a multi-user UNIX site and provide support to users
To provide a firm base on which more advanced system administration techniques can be based
After completing this course, the student should be able to:
Key Topics:UNIX Review
Processes and Scheduling
User and Group Management
System Start-up & Shutdown
Last modified: 18-Jan-2005