3036 SUSE LINUX Fundamentals
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Novell® Training Services course information SUSE LINUX Fundamentals (Course 3036) Course Overview In this course you learn basic SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9 (SLES 9) fundamentals. Attendees will be taught the following concepts and skills fundamental to understanding SLES 9: 1. Understand the Linux Story 2. Use the Linux Desktop 3. Locate and Use Help Resources in the Linux System 4. Administer Linux with the YaST Management Utility 5. Work with the Linux Shell and Command Line 6. Manage Directories and Files in the Linux System 7. Use Linux Text Editors 8. Understand and View Processes in the Linux System 9. Manage the Network Configuration These are essential and prerequisite to learning the skills of an entry level Linux administrator or help desk technician in an enterprise environment. PREREQUISITES Before attending this course, you should have experience administering any operating system in a computing environment such as an enterprise or academic environment. AUDIENCE While the primary audience for this course is the current Novell CNESM or those with similar experience, certification candidates with experience in other operating systems can also use this course to begin preparing for the Novell Certified Linux Professional (Novell CLP) Practicum Exam. Additionally, anyone who is seeking a fundamental understanding of the Linux operating system would benefit from this course. ￼COURSE DETAILS • NumberofDays: • TrainingOptions: • Lecture/Lab: 3(iftakenasclassroomtraining) InstructorLedandSelf-Study Allcertificationandproductknowledgecoursesincludebothlecturesandhands-onlabs. ￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼ Course Outline (Outline as of 10-04-04) Section 1: Understanding the Linux Story • The History of Linux • The Components of SLES 9 • Understanding the Multi-User Environment • Performing a Simple Installation of SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9 Section 2: Using the Linux Desktop • Overview of the Linux Desktop • Using the KDE Desktop Environment • Using the GNOME Desktop Environment • Access the Command Line Interface from the Desktop Section 3: Locate and Use Help Resources in the Linux System • Access and Use man Pages • Use info Pages • Access Release Notes and White Papers • Use GUI Based Help in the Linux System • Find Help on the Web Section 4: Administer Linux with the YaST Management Utility • Get to Know YaST • Manage User Accounts with YaST • Install a Printer in the Linux System • Understand the YaST Software Management Feature • Obtain Hardware Configuration Information from YaST Section 5: Work with the Linux Shell and Command Line • Get to Know the Command Shells • Understand the Comma nd Syntax and Special Characters • Execute Commands at the Command Line • Get to Know Common Command Line Tasks • Using Piping and Redirection • Manage User Accounts • Execute RPM Package Related Operations • Use the Basic Linux mail Command Section 6: Manage Directo ries and Files in the Linux System • Understand the File System Hierarchy Standard (FHS) • Identify File Types in the Linux Systems • Change Directories and Last Directory Contents • Create and View Files • Manage Files and Directories • Find Files on Linux • Search File Content • Archive, Compress and Uncompress Files • Manage File Permissions and Ownership Section 7: Use Linux Text Editors • Get to Know Linux Text Editors • Use Command Line Editors to Edit Files in the Linux System • Use Desktop Editors to Edit Files in the Linux System Section 8: Understand and View Processes in the Linux System • View processes from the GUI and the Command Line Interface • Understand the Runlevel Concept • Multitasking in the Linux System Section 9: Manage the Network Configuration • Manage the Network Configuration Information from YaST • Get to Know Network Related Command  NOVELL COURSE COMPLETION CERTIFICATE You must attend the entire course to receive a Novell Course Completion Certificate CORRESPONDING EXAMS This course, along with the skills t aught in the SUSE LINUX Administration (Course 3037) and Advanced SUSE LINUX Administration (Course 3038) courses, prepare you to take the Novell® Certified Linux® Professional (Novell CLP) certification Practicum Exam. The Novell CLP is the certification for people interested in becoming Linux administrators. As with all Novell certifications, course work is never required. You only need to pass a Novell CLP Practicum Exam (050-689) to achieve the certification. The Novell CLP Practicum Exam is a hands-on, scenario-based test where you apply the knowledge you have learned to solve real- life problems —demonstrating that you know what to do and how to do it.