TurboLinux 4.0, 6.0 or higher
One of the strengths of Linux is its ability to run efficiently on minimal hardware. It is possible to create a fully-functional server or workstation on a system such as a 386 25MHz/4MB RAM/80MB hard drive, but the ability of a student to explore and use all of the features available would be limited. For that reason, two specifications are listed here, a minimum set of hardware specifications, and a recommended specifications for installing Linux, running the X Window System, and performing the most common learning tasks.
TurboLinux Server Release 4.0
Course description Overview:Students will install Linux, configure the X Window System, and learn to navigate the Linux command-line shell. Students will also learn fundamental concepts common to Linux: the kernel, Linux filesystem, boot process and runlevels, shell scripting, and editing text files.
Prerequisites: Students should have 6-12 months experience with Linux. Familiarity with the Linux or Unix command line is required.
Delivery method: Instructor-led, group-paced, classroom-delivery learning model.
Benefits: Students will quickly gain general knowledge of Linux installation, navigation and system features.
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Target Student: Students who have had some experience with Linux, but want to focus their learning by gaining an overview of the features of Linux, perhaps prepare for certification
What's next: 079-934, Linux Fundamentals is the first course in the Linux series.
Following Linux Fundamentals is the second course, 079-935, Linux System Administration, which will help students gain hands-on experience with kernel customization, package management, process and disk management, as well as user and group management.
After completion of the second course in this series, the final course in this series is 079-933, Linux Networking. Linux Networking will help students gain a comprehensive overview of the TCP/IP functionality and networking features and daemons available for the Linux platform.
Certification Study Guides:
079-933 Linux Networking, 079-934 Linux Fundamentals and 079-935 Linux System Administration can be used with the following study guides for supplemental training materials that directly focus on exam criteria.
· 079-931,Sair Linux & GNU Certification Study Guide
· 079-936, Linux Professional Institute Certification Study Guide
· 079-932, Linux Certification Study Guide – Preparing Students for the Red Hat Certified Engineer Exam.
A certification matrix is included in each of the study guides. This matrix maps the applicable study guide materials and courseware materials from Linux Fundamentals, Linux Administration, and Linux Networking to exam objectives for one of the following certification programs: