Linux for Users
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9:00am - 4:30pm
This course focuses on the basics of the vendor-neutral Linux Operating System. Topics include Linux evolution, graphical environments, terminal interfaces, the bash shell, Linux file system, file manipulation commands, and process management. The course is supplemented with many hands-on exercises that reinforce the lectures.
AUDIENCE AND PREREQUISITES
Users with little or no previous experience with Linux, including end users, new employees,
project managers, and software support teams.
*Course Cost listed does not include the cost of courseware or lunch, required in your registration. Please refer to your Enrollment Sales Order or Invoice for the additional cost. If you have any questions, please contact us (email@example.com or 207-775-0244). Course subject to minimum enrollment.
The History of Linux Operating Systems History of UNIX Richard Stallman and the GNU Project Linus Torvalds and Linux GNU, FSF, and the GPL Commercialization of LinuxGetting Started with Linux Logging into Linux The X Server THe GNOME Display Terminal Windows Nautilus GNOME Applications Terminal Window Interface Shell Command Lines Getting Help man info Linux ArchitectureThe Linux File System File Systems Top Level Directories Home Directories Complete vs. Relative Path Names Directory Commands /etc/passwd /etc/group newgrp File and Directory Permissions chmod umask Special PermissionsShell Fundamentals Shell Funtionalities Shell Variables The PATH Variable The Command Line Command History COmmand Line Shortcuts Command Substitution Filename Expansion Characters The Standard Output, The Standard Error, and The Standard Input Pipes, Aliases, Quoting Control Sequences Other Special Characters, Other Shell FreaturesFile Manipulation Commands Linux Test Editors cat ls cp mv ln rm wc find aspell Job Control Processes What is a Process? Characteristics of a Process Process Creation ps Job Control Signals kill nohup