name :
LX02G
title :
Linux Basics and Installation
category :
Systems
vendor :
IBM
classroomDeliveryMethod :
Classroom IBM
descriptions :
description :
OverviewThe course teaches students enough about Linux to successfully install, configure, and be productive on the student's personal workstation.AudienceThis course is designed for students with little or no Linux knowledge or experience who want to make a start with Linux.PrerequisitesYou should be able to use a Microsoft Windows-based workstation.Objective
  • Install and configure Linux on a workstation
  • Use Linux for daily work
Course OutlineDay 1
  • Unit 1: Linux - Introduction and installation
  •      Exercise 1: Linux installation
  • Unit 2: Using the system
  •      Exercise 2: Using the system
  • Unit 3: Working with files and directories
  •      Exercise 3: Working with files and directories
Day 2
  • Unit 4: File and directory permissions
  •      Exercise 4: File and directory permissions
  • Unit 5: Linux documentation
  •      Exercise 5: Linux documentation
  • Unit 6: Editing files
  •      Exercise 6: Editing files
  • Unit 7: Shell basics
  •      Exercise 7: Shell basics
Day 3
  • Unit 8: Working with processes
  •      Exercise 8: Working with processes
  • Unit 9: Linux utilities
  •      Exercise 9: Linux utilities
  • Unit 10: Shell scripting
  •      Exercise 10: Shell scripting
  • Unit 11: The Linux GUI
  •      Exercise 11: The Linux GUI
Day 4
  • Unit 12: Customizing the user environment
  •      Exercise 12: Customizing the user environment
  • Unit 13: Basic system configuration
  •      Exercise 13: Basic system configuration
  • Unit 14: Integrating Linux in a Windows environment
  •      Exercise 14: Integrating Linux in a Windows environment
overview :
[The course teaches students enough about Linux to successfully install, configure, and be productive on the student's personal workstation.]
abstract :
The course teaches students enough about Linux to successfully install, configure, and be productive on the student's personal workstation.
prerequisits :
objective :
Overview The course teaches students enough about Linux to successfully install, configure, and be productive on the student's personal workstation. Audience This course is designed for students with little or no Linux knowledge or experience who want to make a start with Linux. Prerequisites You should be able to use a Microsoft Windows-based workstation. Objective
  • Install and configure Linux on a workstation
  • Use Linux for daily work
topic :
Course OutlineDay 1
  • Unit 1: Linux - Introduction and installation
  •      Exercise 1: Linux installation
  • Unit 2: Using the system
  •      Exercise 2: Using the system
  • Unit 3: Working with files and directories
  •      Exercise 3: Working with files and directories
Day 2
  • Unit 4: File and directory permissions
  •      Exercise 4: File and directory permissions
  • Unit 5: Linux documentation
  •      Exercise 5: Linux documentation
  • Unit 6: Editing files
  •      Exercise 6: Editing files
  • Unit 7: Shell basics
  •      Exercise 7: Shell basics
Day 3
  • Unit 8: Working with processes
  •      Exercise 8: Working with processes
  • Unit 9: Linux utilities
  •      Exercise 9: Linux utilities
  • Unit 10: Shell scripting
  •      Exercise 10: Shell scripting
  • Unit 11: The Linux GUI
  •      Exercise 11: The Linux GUI
Day 4
  • Unit 12: Customizing the user environment
  •      Exercise 12: Customizing the user environment
  • Unit 13: Basic system configuration
  •      Exercise 13: Basic system configuration
  • Unit 14: Integrating Linux in a Windows environment
  •      Exercise 14: Integrating Linux in a Windows environment
startDate :
2018-10-17T21:03:02Z
endDate :
2022-11-30T00:00:00Z
lastModified :
2018-10-17T08:01:05Z
created :
2014-05-03T19:11:29Z
duration :
4
durationUnit :
DAYS
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