In this hands-on course students learn to install, configure, administer, and maintain a networked Linux system. The course starts with hands-on practice installing and configuring Linux systems as well as configuring devices and services. Students then learn how to perform administrative tasks such as adding and managing users and groups, creating and maintaining file systems, the configuration of network connections, developing and implementing a security policy, provisioning of file and print services and performing software installation and package management. Other topics include a discussion of how Linux boots, features and benefits of the Linux and Unix Operating Systems, and differences between distributions.
Prerequisites: Unix/Linux Operating System Essentials or equivalent experience.
VIRTUAL OPTION is available for this class. Choose “VIRTUAL – Live at Your Desk” from the Course Choice drop-down menu. Students still participate in classes, but do so virtually via a computer and internet connection using WebEx. Please click HERE for more info about set-up and system requirements for virtual sessions.
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