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LINUX MADE EASY

 

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Learn by doing in this practical computer based training course, filled with hands-on Linux simulations. This course is for anyone who needs to become a productive Linux user including network administrators, managers, system analysts, programmers, end users, and business professionals. Overview of Linux, login/logout, file access privileges, commands, file structure, tools, shell scripts and more. This CBT provides a basic understanding of the Linux operating system and how to use it. Topics include Linux shell concepts, Login/Logout, File access privileges, commands, file structure, tools, error messages, security, shell scripts and more. A complete Linux vi tutorial is also included.  You should be able to use Linux on the job after taking this course.

This interactive, self paced computer based training courseware features electronic bookmark, progress report, review quizzes with personalized feedback and assessment software. The assessment software lets you determine how well you have learned the topics covered. The assessment software randomly generates questions providing a different test each time it is used. Perfect for pretest and post test.

Objectives: You Will Learn How To:

Become a proficient Linux user.
Describe the role of operating systems and get an overview of the differences between DOS, Linux and Windows.
Describe the role of the Linux shell.
Define key terms.
Understand the overall Linux file structure.
Log in and out of your Linux system.
Explain the importance of your home directory.
Use cal, calendar, date, mail, news, who and write commands.
Copy, rename, delete, move, link, sort, find, join and print files.
Make, change and delete directories.
Use pipe, redirection and filters.
Use Linux on a daily basis
Construct simple shell scripts.
Decipher Linux error messages
Control the security of your files.

Course Length: 8-12 hours.