Unit 1 - Linux Usage Basics
-Usernames and passwords. Virtual consoles and graphical tools/terminals. How root is different and how to elevate privileges
Unit 2 - Gaining ownership (root) of a Linux System
-Taking control of a Linux system, protecting a system with a grub password
Unit 3 - Running Commands and Getting Help
- Running commands from the command line, Finding a command to use, searching through documentation for command syntax, Understanding relevant errors and searching through log files, Online resources
Unit 4 - vim: An Advanced Text Editor
-Creating, editing and saving text files
-Vimtutor, Everything in Linux is represented by a file. Be sure to backup!!!
Unit 5 - Browsing the Filesystem
-Command line file management, Absolute vs. Relative paths, Navigating the file
system, showing directory contents, creating, copying, moving and deleting files and directories, A comparison of Linux and Windows partitioning, Mount Points
Unit 6 - Investigating and Managing Processes
-Processes. All about processes! Runlevels, pstree, service (/etc/init.d/?) and
Unit 7 - Basic System Configuration Tools
-Graphical tools (system-config-???), What are the files that get changed?, Limitation of graphical tools, TCP/IP Network Configuration/DNS, Managing Devices, system-config-network, system-config-printer, system-config-date
Unit 8 – Permissions and Access
-Understanding permissions, setting permissions, groups and restricting access
Unit 9 - Finding and Processing Files
-Find and locate. Running commands from a “find” command.
-Scripting, processing custom files with cron.
List Price: $1,000.00
Duration: 2 Day Class
(Enterprise Linux 6)
The class focuses on enterprise-level RPM based Linux distributions and anyone with little or no experience in Linux seeking skills across version 6 of Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Scientific Linux, CentOS and SUSE Linux Enterprise. (Most of this content applies to versions 3,4, and 5, but version 7 has enough differences to justify a separate course.)
This course includes:
Live Online Instruction
Portable environment that allows students to boot to an operating system from a CD without effecting the hard drive of a Mac or PC.
Materials are soft-copy PDFs.
64-bit AMD or Intel processor
USB stick (It will be erased.)
GNU/Linux Certification (Coming soon.)