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Ziele:
- Identify the main features of the Linux operating system. - Identify the features of the main Linux distributions. - Identify some of the hardware requirements for installing Linux. - Identify the features of disk organization for Linux partitions. - Identify the features of the main Linux file system types. - Identify the features of Linux users' home directories. - Identify three ways to display disk space. - Identify the features of certain Linux-compatible applications. - Identify the features of the main Linux text editors.
Anforderungen:
The Audience for this curriculum will be very wide. Learners will generally come from two backgrounds: The first group are new to Linux with little to no previous Linux or Unix experience, the second group will have some Linux or Unix experience, but want to learn about Linux or the basics of System and Network Administration. Learners who start the curriculum with the first user fundamentals course will have experience of other O/S, but assume that they are completely Linux inexperienced.
Titel:
Kurs 13613 - Linux Part 1: User Fundamentals
Inhalt:
Course Overview

The first course in the Linux Essentials series provides users with background knowledge about Linux and a solid introduction to typical user tasks using the CLI, KDE, and Gnome. These tasks include navigating GUI desktops, managing files and directories, and launching applications. The learner will also discover how to get help and print files in Linux.

Deployment Options

Self-Study

Accreditation

ITCAP credits: Not Applicable

CEU credits: 0.70 CEUs

Objectives

Unit 1: Introduction to Linux 6 - 8 hours

- Identify the features of the main Linux distributions.
- Identify some of the hardware requirements for installing Linux.
- Identify the steps in the simple Linux installation procedure.
- Identify the features of the X Window system.
- Identify the features of the K Desktop Environment (KDE) and GNOME desktop environment.
- Identify the features of the main Linux shells and commands.
- Identify the features of the first login to the Linux operating system.
- Identify the features of navigation in the K Desktop Environment (KDE).
- Identify the features of navigation in the GNOME desktop.
- Launch a terminal window from various starting points.
- Identify Linux help resources.
- Gain access to the manual pages.
- Use the apropos and whatis commands.

Unit 2: Working with Files and Disks 6 - 8 hours

- Identify the features of disk organization for Linux partitions.
- Identify the features of the main Linux file system types.
- Identify the features of Linux users' home directories.
- Identify three ways to display disk space.
- Identify the features of the Graphical User Interface (GUI) file managers in Linux.
- Navigate directories in Linux.
- Identify some of the network-related features of K File Manager.
- Manipulate K File Manager templates.
- List files in a directory by using the ls command.
- Identify procedures for locating files in a directory.
- Identify the procedures for copying, moving, and deleting files.
- Identify procedures for viewing file contents.
- Identify the procedures for creating and deleting users and groups.
- Identify procedures for controlling file access.
- Identify the procedure for changing a password by using the passwd command.

Unit 3: Applications, Text Editors, and Printing 6 - 8 hours

- Identify the features of certain Linux-compatible applications.
- Launch applications in the K Desktop Environment (KDE).
- Launch applications in the GNOME environment.
- Identify the features of the main Linux text editors.
- Edit text by using the vi editor.
- Close files in the vi editor.
- Add a local printer.
- Add a Samba/Windows remote printer.
- Identify the procedure for printing a file from the command line.
- Print files in the K Desktop Environment.
- Print files in the GNOME environment.

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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