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  • Ziele
    - Identify hardware architectures that support Linux. - Identify the minimum recommended hardware requirements for running Linux on a computer. - Identify the hardware subsystems required to run Linux. - Identify the features of a Linux user's home directories. - Identify the role of disk partitions. - Identify the procedure for configuring file systems. - Identify Linux system performance guidelines. - Identify the procedure for scheduling processes by using the cron daemon. - Identify the features of a Linux kernel.
  • Anforderungen
    This course is aimed at the following major relevant duties: Learning about Linux in preparation for using it in the workplace as a user, planning to be a power-user (typically a programmer or IT specialist), planning to be a System Administrator. This course is aimed at the following job roles: End User, Application Developer, Technical Manager, System Analyst, Software Engineer, Database Administrator, Help Desk/Support.
  • Titel
    Kurs 13615 - Linux Administration Part 1: Installation and Administration
  • Inhalt
    Course Description

    This course in the Linux Essentials series introduces the learner to basic system administration. It begins by covering Linux system installation, the startup and shutdown processes, and system configuration. The course then teaches learners to install applications and manage users. It also examines system backup from an administrator's perspective. Finally, the course examines system monitoring and optimization.

    Total Learning Time

    6 to 8 hours

    Objectives

    Unit 1: Installation and Startup

    - Identify hardware architectures that support Linux.
    - Identify the minimum recommended hardware requirements for running Linux on a computer.
    - Identify the hardware subsystems required to run Linux.
    - Identify the functions of a Linux System Administrator.
    - Identify the guidelines for creating a Linux pre-installation checklist.
    - Identify the procedures for installing Linux from a CD-ROM, a disk, and a network.
    - Identify the procedure for installing the Linux operating system.
    - Identify features specific to installing Red Hat Linux.
    - Identify the stages in the Linux boot process.
    - Identify the role of the init program.
    - Identify the features of the files in the rc directory.
    - Identify the stages in the Linux shutdown process.
    - Identify the features of the X Window system.
    - Identify the procedure for installing the X Window system.
    - Identify settings used to configure the X Window system.
    - Configure the GNOME desktop environment.
    - Configure the K Desktop Environment (KDE).
    - Identify the package management tools that are available in Linux.
    - Install a package by using the Kpackage tool.
    - Identify the command to uncompress non-Red Hat Packet Manager (RPM) packages.
    - Remove a package by using the Kpackage tool.

    Unit 2: Basic System Administration Tasks

    - Manage users with a Graphical User Interface (GUI).
    - Manage users with the command-line interface (CLI).
    - Manage groups with a Graphical User Interface (GUI).
    - Manage groups with the command-line interface (CLI).
    - Identify the features of a Linux user's home directories.
    - Identify the role of disk partitions.
    - Configure a disk partition in Linux.
    - Identify the procedure for configuring file systems.
    - Identify the features of spanning a root file system on multiple partitions.
    - Mount a file system.
    - Identify the guidelines for backup scheduling.
    - Identify Linux backup media.
    - Create a backup file.
    - Restore data from a backup file.
    - Identify the guidelines for file system disaster recovery.

    Unit 3: Basic System Optimization

    - Monitor memory resources in Linux using K Desktop Environment (KDE) and GNOME.
    - Monitor Linux processes by using the KDE and the GNOME.
    - Monitor disk space usage in Linux.
    - Identify the features of log files.
    - Identify Linux system performance guidelines.
    - Identify the procedure for scheduling processes by using the cron daemon.
    - Identify the features of a Linux kernel.
    - Identify the procedure for adding and loading modules to the kernel.
    - Identify the procedure for recompiling the kernel.

    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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