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Many institutions have been adding Linux machines to their existing infrastructure: perhaps to give developers a platform of their choice, to provide an alternative to a network server, or perhaps to introduce an additional piece to the security jigsaw. Linux systems are also being introduced as part of virtualisation environments (for example, with the use of VMware or XEN, KVM or VPC), allowing access to a mixture of operating systems from a single workstation or server. This course will give the delegates the skill set preparing them for a successful future with Linux technology, by discussing a hybrid of topics that span user and administrator tasks and activities.

Course Content.

Linux? Why?

        Hardware, software, operating system...
        UNIX Market and place for Linux within it
        OSS (Open Source Software) principles

        GNU GPL, Linux philosophy and distributors
        Linux for networking and developers
        Introduction to objectives and coverage
    Linux Session

        Gaining access to the system
        Ordinary users vs. the superuser
        Login process, shells and line interprete
        Command line structure, control and examples
        Simple system interrogation utilities
        Simple file reading utilities
        File system layout and navigation
        System and user directories
        Using filenames with absolute and relative pathname
        Getting help

    Using Files and Directories

        File system - the user's perspective
        Directory structure
        FSH standard
        File and directory manipulation commands
        Copy, move, remove, etc
        File system - the system's perspective
        I-nodes and file attributes
        Hard links and symbolic links

    Editing Text

        Operational modes of vi
        Command mode vs. Insert mode
        'Colon', or 'ex' mode
        Useful vi commands
        Navigation and editing command
        Search and substitute
        Extended vi commands and vim configuration
        Alternative editors
        GUI and text choices

    BASH - Your Interpreter

        Shell as Interpreter and command line scan
        Generating filenames with wildcards (globbing)
        Quoting (protecting special characters from the shell)
        Variable and command substitutions
        Protecting special characters for the shell
        Bash Command History
        Bash Command Line Editing

    BASH Environment

        Shell definitions
        Creating, recalling and sharing shell variables
        Shell aliases and functions
        Character sets and localisation
        Bash variables to control these
        Controlling shell behaviour with set -o and shopt
        Interactive Start-up Files
        Start-up files for login and non-login shells

    Who is the Boss

        The su command
        su interactive session
        Running one-off commands
        Checking who you are
        Understanding id and who am i tools
        The sudo tool
        Typical sudo session
        sudo configuration file


        What is a Process?
        How a process starts
        How a process ends
        The kill command and signals
        Command exit status
        Identifying Processes
        ps, top and GUI process monitors

    Job Control

        Background jobs
        One-off deferral with at
        Daemon and job manipulation
        User access configuration files
        Spool directory
        Scheduling repeated tasks with crontab
        The cron daemon and configuration tables
        User access configuration files

    Data Streams

        Standard data streams
        Standard output stream (stdout)
        Standard error stream (stderr)
        Standard input (stdin)
        Redirecting streams
        Redirecting standard output, error and input
        Synchronising (merging) streams
        Other methods of handling data streams
        Collecting data with sub-shells
        Using command substitution

    Pipes and Filters

        Sending stdout to a process
        Multistage Pipes
        Simple Filters
        Why Use Filters?
        Problem Solving Approach
        The cut, sort, uniq, grep and tr commands
        Filter Examples

    Basic Regular Expressions (and SED)

        Regular expressions
        What is sed
        Specifying simple instructions
        Understanding sed addressing
        Using a sed command file
        More sed editing commands

    File Management Tools

        Using PATH to identify command origins
        The which and type commands
        Locating files
        The locate command and mlocate database
        Identifying filenames with find
        Specifying search criteria and requesting actions
        Backups with cpio, and dd and tar
        Compression tools

    Filesystem Access

        Files, directories and filesystems
        File and directory access
        Read/write/execute permissions
        User types
        Additional permission bits
        Set user/group ID bits and sticky bit
        Using chmod, chown and chgrp to manipulate access attributes

    Working in a Network Environment

        Basic network card configuration
        Using ifconfig tool
        GUI configuration programs exist
        Basic routing configuration
        Using route commands
        Network diagnostics
        With ping, traceroute and netstat
        Using ssh for remote shell logins

    X Window System

        X Window System as Linux GUI Interface
        Origins and implementation
        X Window System Architecture
        Client-server communication
        Setting display access rights
        Selecting destination display
        Window managers / desktop systems
        Gnome, KDE and more…
        X Window resources
        Fonts, colours, geometry

    Writing Shell Scripts

        Simple scripts
        Positional parameters
        Command exit status
        Selection commands
        Looping commands
        Interactive input


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