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Kurs 13616 - Linux Administration Part 2: Hardware and Programming - Online

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Ziele:
- Identify types of printer that can be used on Linux systems. - Identify the features of printing to a network printer. - Identify the features of the GUI utilities used to manage print queues and jobs in the KDE. - Identify the features of digital audio in Linux. - Identify the guidelines for configuring a sound card on a Linux system. - Identify the features of Linux sound applications. - Identify the features of the GNU C Compiler (gcc). - Identify the procedure for compiling a C program by using the GNU C Compiler (gcc). - Identify the procedure for creating a makefile.
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.
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Kurs 13616 - Linux Administration Part 2: Hardware and Programming
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Course Description

This course in the Linux Essentials series examines some of the specific hardware and multimedia solutions that an administrator might implement. The learner will learn how to add and manage printers, serial devices and additional disk storage for a Linux system. The course also examines how to set up sound, graphics, and video when configuring Linux clients. Finally, this course covers some topics of interest to programmers working in a Linux environment. These include shell scripting, C programming, and X Windows applications.

Total Learning Time

6 to 8 hours

Objectives

Unit 1: Hardware and Peripherals

- Identify types of printer that can be used on Linux systems.
- Set up a printer in Linux.
- Identify the features of printing to a network printer.
- Identify the features of the GUI utilities used to manage print queues and jobs in the KDE.
- Identify the CLI commands used to manage print jobs and queues.
- Identify the features of Linux serial ports.
- Identify the procedure for configuring a terminal on a Linux machine.
- Identify the procedure for installing a modem on a Linux machine.
- Configure a modem on a Linux machine.
- Identify the features of common device files in the/dev directory.
- Identify the procedure for adding a Jaz drive to a Linux machine.
- Add a writable CD-ROM drive to a Linux system.

Unit 2: Linux Multimedia

- Identify the features of digital audio in Linux.
- Identify the guidelines for configuring a sound card on a Linux system.
- Identify the features of Linux sound applications.
- Identify the procedure for playng DVDs on a Linux system.
- Identify the features of graphics and video for computers.
- Identify the hardware requirements for using video on Linux.
- Identify graphics and animation applications for Linux.

Unit 3: Programming with Linux

- Identify the features of the GNU C Compiler (gcc).
- Identify the procedure for compiling a C program by using the GNU C Compiler (gcc).
- Identify the procedure for creating a makefile.
- Identify differences between the main types of Linux shell scripts.
- Write a Linux shell script.
- Identify the features of the Perl text and file manipulation language.
- Identify the features of programming in Tool Command Language (Tcl) and Toolkit (Tk).
- Identify the guidelines for creating X Windows applications.
- Identify programming languages that are available for Linux.

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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