name :
LX010G
title :
Linux Basics
category :
Systems
vendor :
IBM
classroomDeliveryMethod :
Classroom IBM
descriptions :
description :
OverviewThis course is designed to teach the basics of the Linux environment. Class activities include accessing a system, navigating the directory hierarchy, using the vi editor, using common commands, tools, and scripting concepts.AudienceThis course requires no experience with Linux or Power systems. General knowledge of computers is expected, though no intermediate or advanced skills are required.PrerequisitesStudents attending this course are expected to have a basic understanding of an IT environment.ObjectiveOn Completion of this course, the student should be able to:
  • Log in to an Linux system and set a user password
  • Use Linux online documentation
  • Use the vi editor
  • Manage Linux files and directories
  • Describe the purpose of the shell
  • Execute common Linux commands and manage Linux processes
  • Customize the working environment
  • Use common Linux utilities
  • Write simple shell scripts
Course OutlineUnit 1: Getting started with Linux     Exercise 1: Using the systemUnit 2: The vi editor     Exercise 2: The vi editorUnit 3: Files and directories     Exercise 3: Files and directoriesUnit 4: Using files     Exercise 4: Using filesUnit 5: File permissions     Exercise 5: File permissionsUnit 6: Shell basics     Exercise 6: Shell basicsUnit 7: Using shell variables     Exercise 7: Using shell variablesUnit 8: Processes     Exercise 8: ProcessesUnit 9: Customizing the user environment     Exercise 9: Customizing the user environmentUnit 10: Linux utilities     Exercise 10: Linux utilities
overview :
[This course is designed to teach the basics of the Linux environment. Class activities include accessing a system, navigating the directory hierarchy, using the vi editor, using common commands, tools, and scripting concepts.]
abstract :
This course is designed to teach the basics of the Linux environment. Class activities include accessing a system, navigating the directory hierarchy, using the vi editor, using common commands, tools, and scripting concepts.
prerequisits :
objective :
Overview This course is designed to teach the basics of the Linux environment. Class activities include accessing a system, navigating the directory hierarchy, using the vi editor, using common commands, tools, and scripting concepts. Audience This course requires no experience with Linux or Power systems. General knowledge of computers is expected, though no intermediate or advanced skills are required. Prerequisites Students attending this course are expected to have a basic understanding of an IT environment. Objective On Completion of this course, the student should be able to:
  • Log in to an Linux system and set a user password
  • Use Linux online documentation
  • Use the vi editor
  • Manage Linux files and directories
  • Describe the purpose of the shell
  • Execute common Linux commands and manage Linux processes
  • Customize the working environment
  • Use common Linux utilities
  • Write simple shell scripts
topic :
Course OutlineUnit 1: Getting started with Linux     Exercise 1: Using the systemUnit 2: The vi editor     Exercise 2: The vi editorUnit 3: Files and directories     Exercise 3: Files and directoriesUnit 4: Using files     Exercise 4: Using filesUnit 5: File permissions     Exercise 5: File permissionsUnit 6: Shell basics     Exercise 6: Shell basicsUnit 7: Using shell variables     Exercise 7: Using shell variablesUnit 8: Processes     Exercise 8: ProcessesUnit 9: Customizing the user environment     Exercise 9: Customizing the user environmentUnit 10: Linux utilities     Exercise 10: Linux utilities
startDate :
2021-04-15T01:48:09Z
endDate :
2021-12-30T00:00:00Z
lastModified :
2021-04-14T08:00:44Z
created :
2017-09-20T08:00:36Z
duration :
24
durationUnit :
HOURS
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