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Kurs 3071

SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 Fundamentals

Key Objectives

Based on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10, you will understand key Open Source concepts and will be able to carry out

fundamental administration tasks such as:

Installing SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 and knowing where to find help when having problems.

Understanding the basic concepts of bash and the file system

Managing users and permissions

Audience Summary

This course is ideal for those who have little or no experience with Linux and who are seeking a fundamental

understanding of the SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 operating system. It is also ideal for those who want to begin

preparing for the Novell Certified Linux Professional 10 Practicum Exam.

Course Prerequisites

This course is designed for beginners with the Linux operating system. Attendees are required to have only basic

computer skills on any operating system. Knowledge of a desktop operating system is sufficient.

Course Outline

SECTION 1 - Understand the Linux Story

The History of Linux

o The Historical Development of UNIX

o The Development of Linux

o The Software Differences Between SUSE Linux and SUSE Linux Enterprise Server

Understand the Multiuser Environment

Perform a Simple Installation of SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10

o Pre-Installation Requirements and Guidelines

o Installation Options

o Basic Installation

o Configuration

SECTION 2 - Use the Linux Desktop

Overview of the Linux Desktop

Use the GNOME Desktop Environment

o Log In

o Log Out and Shutdown

o Identify GNOME Desktop Components

o Manage Icons in GNOME

o Use the GNOME File Manager (Nautilus)

Access the Command Line Interface From the Desktop

SECTION 3 - Administer Linux with YaST

Get to Know YaST

Understand the Role of SuSEconfig

Manage the Network Configuration Information from YaST

Install Software Packages

Manage Installation Sources

SECTION 4 - Locate and Use Help Resources

Access and Use man Pages

Use info Pages

Access Release Notes and White Papers

o Release Notes

o Manuals

o Help for Installed Packages

o Howtos

Use GUI-Based Help

Find Help on the Web

SECTION 5 - Manage Directories and Files

Understand the File System Hierarchy Standard (FHS)

o The Hierarchical Structure of the File System

o FHS (Filesystem Hierarchy Standard)

o Root Directory /

o Essential Binaries for Use by All Users (/bin)

o Boot Directory (/boot)

o Other Partitions (/data)

o Device Files (/dev)

o Configuration Files (/etc)

o User Directories (/home)

o Libraries (/lib)

o Mountpoints for Removable Media (/media/*)

o Application Directory (/opt)

o Home Directory of the Administrator (/root)

o System Binaries (/sbin)

o Data Directories for Services (/srv)

o Subdomain for AppAmor (/subdomain)

o Temporary Area (/tmp)

o The Hierarchy Below /usr

o Variable Files (/var)

o Windows Partitions (/windows)

o Process Files (/proc)

o System Information Directory (/sys)

o Mountpoint for Temporarily Mounted File Systems (/mnt)

o Directories for Mounting Other File Systems

Identify File Types in the Linux System

o Normal Files

o Directories

o Device Files

o Links

o Sockets


Change Directories and List Directory Contents

o cd

o ls

o pwd

Create and View Files>

o Create a New File with touch

o View a File with cat

o View a File with less

o View a File with head and tail

Work with Files and Directories

o Copy and Move Files and Directories

o Create Directories

o Delete Files and Directories

o Link Files

Find Files on Linux

o Graphical Search Tools

o find

o locate

o whereis

o which

o type

Search File Content

o How to Use the Command grep

o How to Use Regular Expressions

SECTION 6 - Work With the Linux Shell and Command Line

Get to Know the Command Shells

o Types of Shells

o bash Configuration Files

o Completion of Commands and File Names

Execute Commands at the Command Line

o History Function

o Switch to User root

Get to Know Common Command Line Tasks

o Variables

o Aliases

Understand Command Syntax and Special Characters

o Select your Character Encoding

o Name Expansion Using Search Patterns

o Prevent the Shell from Interpreting Special Characters

Use Piping and Redirection

SECTION 7 - Use Linux Text Editors

Get to Know Linux Text Editors

Use the Editor vi to Edit Files

o Start vi

o Use the Editor vi

o Learn the Working Modes

SECTION 8 - Manage User, Groups, and Permissions

Manage User and Group Accounts With YaST

o Basics About Users and Groups

o User and Group Administration With YaST

Describe Basic Linux User Security Features

o File System Security Components

o Users and Groups

Manage User and Group Accounts From the Command Line

o Manage User Accounts From the Command Line

o Manage Groups From the Command Line

o Create Text Login Messages

Manage File Permissions and Ownership

o Understand the File Permissions

o Change the File Permissions With chmod

o Change the File Ownership With chown and chgrp

o Modify Default Access Permissions

o Configure Special File Permissions

Ensure File System Security

o The Basic Rule for User Write Access

o The Basic Rule for User Read Access

o How Special File Permissions Affect the Security of the System

APPENDIX A - Use the KDE Desktop Environment

Install the KDE Desktop Environment

o Install KDE during the Installation of SUSE Linux Enterprise Server

o Install KDE after the Installation of SUSE Linux Enterprise Server

Log In

Log Out and Shutdown

Identify KDE Desktop Components>/li>

o The Desktop

o The KDE Control Panel (Kicker)

o The KDE Menu

o Virtual Desktops

Manage Icons in the KDE Environment

o Desktop

o Kicker

o KDE Menu

Use the Konqueror File Manager

APPENDIX B - Network Components and Architecture

Network Types

Client/Server and Peer-to-Peer Computing

Network Topology

Elements of a Network

TCP/IP Layer Model

Course Testing Information

This course, along with the skills taught in the SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 Administration (Course 3072) and

SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 Advanced Administration (Course 3073), prepare you to take the Novell Certified

Linux Professional 10 (Novell CLP 10) certification Practicum (050-697).