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Linux Fundamentals

GL120

Description and Schedule

Designed to provide the essential skills needed to be proficient at the Unix or Linux command line. This challenging course focuses on the fundamental concepts and tools which make Unix and Linux so powerful. Students in this course commonly span a variety of skill levels, from beginners desiring a solid foundation in Unix to experienced users seeking to fill in gaps in their knowledge. The curriculum is designed to provide hands-on experience. Subjects focused on during this class include the Linux filesystem and how to manipulate it; the basic Unix and Linux notions of pipes, redirection, regular expressions, and other tools for performing complex tasks; the management of processes and jobs; vi, the standard Unix editor; and the ability to construct shell scripts to automate routine or difficult operations.

Enterprise Linux Systems Administration

GL250

Description and Schedule

Intended for students already comfortable with working in the Unix environment, this in-depth course helps students acquire the variety of skills needed to set up and maintain Unix computers. The class covers subjects ranging from initial installation of Linux to day-to-day administrative tasks such as management of user accounts and disk space, and even imparting the troubleshooting skills future system administrators will need to cope with unexpected behavior.

Enterprise Linux Network Services

GL275

Description and Schedule

Students interested in developing skills as network administrators find this course invaluable. Topics explored and implemented in the class include the setup and maintenance of many of the most popular network services available for Linux and Unix today, including servers for DNS, SMB (Windows networking), e-mail servers, FTP, web, and caching proxy. Special attention is paid to the concepts needed to implement these services securely, and to the trouble-shooting skills which will be necessary for real-world administration of network services.

Linux Troubleshooting

GL314

Description and Schedule

This course is designed to give the Linux system administrator an in-depth look at common and not so common Linux system problems. Linux system problems explored in this course are frequently encountered with the administration of Linux Systems. This course takes the approach to troubleshooting with a "break-fix" philosophy, 25% lecture, and 75% lab intensive content. Lab exercises contain a pool of over 120 simple and complex real-world troubleshooting scenarios. Lab work is flexible enough to satisfy the expectations of experienced to intermediate administrators through ranked difficulty of scenarios. Students will find the approach of this course of structure with flexibility very rewarding. Lab tasks let students choose the type of scenarios they would like to tackle, with hints, helps, and solutions to make learning very effective.