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Ziele:
- Identify the different Linux graphical user interfaces (GUIs) and shells. - Identify the characteristics of the GNOME login procedure and desktop. - Identify the options for customizing the GNU Network Object Model Environment (GNOME). - Identify the features of the GNOME file manager. - Identify basic file management tasks that are performed using the GNOME file manager. - Identify some of the settings in the GNU Midnight Commander (GMC) that can be customized. - Identify the features of making a hardware inventory of a computer system. - Identify the features of disk partitioning in a Linux installation. - Identify the steps in the Red Hat Linux workstation installation process.
Anforderungen:
Technical managers and professionals who are evaluating whether or not to adopt Linux in their business environment should have in-depth knowledge of the capabilities of competing operating systems, such as Unix and Windows NT and 2000.
Titel:
Kurs 13612 - Linux Technology Overview Part 2: Features for Users
Inhalt:
Course Overview

This second course in the series provides more detailed information about how to use Linux. It does not build on the first course. It is designed so that someone who already knows what Linux is and just wants to know the basics about how to use it could take only this course. This course teaches the technical features of Linux, using the shell system, using the X Window system and finding additional Linux resources. It focuses on end user tasks, not system administration tasks.

Deployment Options

Self-Study

Accreditation

ITCAP credits: Not Applicable
CEU credits: 0.70 CEUs

Objectives

Unit 1: Basic Principles First Steps 6 - 8 hours

- Identify the characteristics of the GNOME login procedure and desktop.
- Identify the options for customizing the GNU Network Object Model Environment (GNOME).
- Identify file systems supported by Linux.
- Identify files, directories, and paths in the Linux directory tree.
- Identify the features of mounting removable storage media to the directory tree.
- Distinguish between different file types.

Unit 2: Using Linux 6 - 8 hours

- Identify the features of the GNOME file manager.
- Identify basic file management tasks that are performed using the GNOME file manager.
- Search for files by using the GNOME file manager.
- Identify some of the settings in the GNU Midnight Commander (GMC) that can be customized.
- Identify the command-line interface (CLI) commands used for file maintenance.
- Identify the features of gEdit.
- Add a local printer.
- Identify the features of Linux packages.
- Manage packages by using GNU Network Object Red Hat Packet Manager (GnoRPM).
- Install packages with the GNU Network Object Red Hat Packet Manager (GnoRPM).
- Identify the features of Update Agent.

Unit 3: Red Hat Linux 6 - 8 hours

- Identify the features of making a hardware inventory of a computer system.
- Identify the features of disk partitioning in a Linux installation.
- Identify the steps in the Red Hat Linux workstation installation process.
- Identify the features of configuring the X Window system after installation.
- Identify the help resources provided by Red Hat.
- Identify GNOME help resources.
- Identify help resources provided by the Linux community.

Course Access

Each student has access to the course for a period of 6 months from the day of enrollment in the course.
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