• Course description Overview
  • Prerequisites
  • Certification Study Guides
  • Linux Fundamentals Course content Chapter 1 : What is Linux
  • Chapter 3 : Configuring and Troubleshooting X
  • Chapter 6 : Runlevels and Troubleshooting
  • Chapter 9 : Shell Processing and Scripting
  • Linux Fundamentals Course specifications




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    Linux Fundamentals
    Course specifications

    Course number: 079 934

    Software version number: (see hardware/software requirements)

    Course length: 3 days


    Hardware/software required to run this course

    Software Requirements:

    Most features discussed in the courseware are available for multiple distribution of Linux. Here are some suggestions for Linux distributions.

    Caldera OpenLinux 2.2, 2.3 or higher

    Debian GNU/Linux 2.1 or higher

    Mandrake Linux 6.0, 6.1, 7.0 or higher

    Red Hat Linux 6.0, 6.1 or higher

    Slackware 4.0, 7.0 or higher

    SuSE 6.1, 6.2, 6.3 or higher

    TurboLinux 4.0, 6.0 or higher
    Hardware Requirements:

    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.


    Minimum Hardware:

    CPU: Pentium P133 or similar

    RAM: 16 MB

    HD: 1.5GB free space for a complete Linux installation (any of the above distributions)

    CDROM: 4x or faster

    Video Card compatible with the X Window System (the SVGA X Server will work for most cards)

    Network Card compatible with Linux

    Internet connection (optional)

    Keyboard and pointing device
    Recommended Hardware:

    CPU: Pentium PII 300, Celeron 300, AMD K6-2 300 or similar

    RAM: 64 MB (32 will do for most learning environments)

    HD: 1.5GB free space for a complete Linux installation (any of the above distributions)

    CDROM: 4x or faster

    Video Card compatible with the X Window System (the SVGA X Server will work for most cards)

    Network Card compatible with Linux

    Internet connection (optional)

    Keyboard and pointing device
    CD-ROM System Specifications:

    The Interactive Learning CD-ROM that accompanies the courseware has been designed to run on the following configuration.

    Processor: Pentium

    Operating System: Windows 95, Windows 98, or Windows NT 4.0 with a minimum of Service Pack 3 and any necessary Y2K upgrades

    Memory: 32 MB of RAM

    Hard Disk: 50 MB of free space

    Monitor: 256-color display or higher

    CD Drive: 4x speed or greater

    Sound: Sound card
    Linux Software Included:

    Red Hat 6.1 – i386.iso

    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:

    · Linux Professional Institute Certification

    · Red Hat Certified Engineer Certification

    · Sair Linux & GNU Certification


    Objectives
    This courseware will provide you with the information you need to complete the following:
    · Describe the structural components of Linux and what distinguishes a distribution of Linux.

    · Describe Open Source Software and distinguish between GNU and GPL.

    · Create installation boot diskettes.

    · Install Linux distribution(s).

    · Install and configure XFree86.

    · Describe how to get online help.

    · Configure fundamental system hardware.

    · Use fdisk or cfdisk to create, edit, and delete disk partitions.

    · Use LILO to manage boot options.

    · Boot the system, change runlevels, and shut down or reboot the system.

    · Describe the Linux hierarchical file system and the role of key directories in organizing system files.

    · Work effectively on the Linux command line using common shell commands, streams, pipes, filters, and redirection.

    · Use shell scripting to quickly perform repetitive tasks.

    · Open, edit, and save text documents using the vi editor.


    Linux Fundamentals
    Course content

    Chapter 1: What is Linux?

    Linux Network Operating System

    Multiple Users and Multitasking

    User Interfaces

    Linux Sessions
    Chapter 2: Installing Linux
    Knowledge

    Preparation

    Disk Allocation

    Booting


    Partitioning36

    Copying Software

    Normal Finish

    Superuser

    Administration Shells

    Configuration

    Troubleshooting an Install

    Chapter 3: Configuring and Troubleshooting X

    The X Window System

    Running X Applications

    Resources



    Chapter 4: Installing Red Hat Linux

    Installing Red Hat Linux 6.0

    Installing Red Hat Linux 6.1

    Chapter 5: Installing TurboLinux 4.0

    Preparing for Installation

    Starting an Installation

    Continue the Installation

    Configure Network and Hardware Options

    Partition Disks

    Package and System Installation

    Chapter 6: Runlevels and Troubleshooting

    The Boot Process (LILO)

    Linux Runlevels

    The init Control file: /etc/inittab

    Run Command Scripts (Red Hat)

    Chapter 7: File System Fundamentals

    The File Hierarchical System

    Device Management

    Chapter 8: Navigation and the Linux Shell

    The bash Shell

    The Shell Environment

    Power Tools



    Chapter 9: Shell Processing and Scripting

    The Shell

    Command Input and Output

    Pipes and Filters

    Shell Scripts

    Chapter 10: Editing Text Files

    The vi Editor

    vi Concepts

    The vi Command



    vi Modes

    Alternatives to vi


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