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SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 SP2 Fundamentals

SUSE Linux Enterprise Server is a highly reliable, interoperable and manageable server operating system that enables firms to cost-effectively and securely deliver mission critical services. In this course, you are intro... Show More
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Before taking this course, you are required to have only basic computer skills on any operating system. This c... Show More
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Duration
3 Days

Course Schedule

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Course Content

1: First Steps with Linux

  • Overview of the Linux Desktop
  • Use the GNOME Desktop Environment
  • Access the Command Line Interface from the Desktop

2: Locate and Use Help Resources

  • Access and Use man Pages
  • Use info Pages
  • Access release Notes and White Papers
  • Use GUI-Based Help
  • Find Help on the Web

3: Manage Linux File System

  • Understand the File System Hierarchy Standard (FHS)
  • Identify File Types in the Linux System
  • Change Directories and List Directory Contents
  • Create and View Files
  • Work with Files and Directories
  • Find Files on Linux
  • Search File Content

4: Work with the Linux Shell and CLI

  • Get to Know the Command Shells
  • Understand the Multiuser Environment
  • Execute Commands at the Command Line
  • Get to Know Common Command Line Tasks
  • Understand Command Syntax and Special Characters
  • Use Piping and Redirection

5: Administer Linux with YaST

  • Get to Know YaST
  • Network-config with YaST
  • Add a printer
  • Software Management with YaST
  • Understand the Role of SuSEconfig

6: Manage Users, Groups, and Permissions

  • Manage User and Group Accounts with YaST
  • Describe Basic Linux User Security Features
  • Manage User and Group Accounts from the CLI
  • Manage File Permissions and Ownership
  • Ensure File System Security

7: Use Linux Text Editors

  • Get to Know Linux Text Editors
  • Us the Editor vi to Edit Files

8: First Steps with Linux

  • Overview of the Linux Desktop
  • Use the GNOME Desktop Environment
  • Access the Command Line Interface from the Desktop

9: Locate and Use Help Resources

  • Access and Use man Pages
  • Use info Pages
  • Access release Notes and White Papers
  • Use GUI-Based Help
  • Find Help on the Web

10: Manage Linux File System

  • Understand the File System Hierarchy Standard (FHS)
  • Identify File Types in the Linux System
  • Change Directories and List Directory Contents
  • Create and View Files
  • Work with Files and Directories
  • Find Files on Linux
  • Search File Content

11: Work with the Linux Shell and CLI

  • Get to Know the Command Shells
  • Understand the Multiuser Environment
  • Execute Commands at the Command Line
  • Get to Know Common Command Line Tasks
  • Understand Command Syntax and Special Characters
  • Use Piping and Redirection

12: Administer Linux with YaST

  • Get to Know YaST
  • Network-config with YaST
  • Add a printer
  • Software Management with YaST
  • Understand the Role of SuSEconfig

13: Manage Users, Groups, and Permissions

  • Manage User and Group Accounts with YaST
  • Describe Basic Linux User Security Features
  • Manage User and Group Accounts from the CLI
  • Manage File Permissions and Ownership
  • Ensure File System Security

14: Use Linux Text Editors

  • Get to Know Linux Text Editors
  • Us the Editor vi to Edit Files

15: Manage Software with RPM

  • Manage RPM Software Packages
  • Manage RPM Software Sources/Catalogs with ZYpp
  • Update and Patch SLE
  • Course 3101 and 3102 LPIC-1 Addendum:
  • Use Debian Package Management
  • yum Package Management
  • SQL Data Management
  • Install and Configure X11
  • Message Transfer Agent (MTA) Basics
  • Fundamentals of TCP/IP  Manage RPM Software Packages
  • Manage RPM Software Sources/Catalogs with ZYpp
  • Update and Patch SLE
CTU Training Solutions , Updated: June 15th, 2018

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