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Suse Linux Enterprise Server Administration (Course 3112): Cla, Lpic - 1 & Linux+by Novell
Synopses & Reviews
SUSE LINUX ENTERPRISE SERVER ADMINISTRATION, SECOND EDITION is geared towards readers who are interested in administering, using, or developing programs for the Linux operating system. Readers are introduced to SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) 11 operating system and learn to administer Linux in a network administration environment. Hands-on labs and numerous practical examples will guide learners in the management of users, groups, software, hardware, file systems, and the X Windows System using various commands as well as the graphical YaST utility. Review Questions and Discovery Exercises at the end of each chapter help users prepare for three Linux certificatin exams: Novell Certified Linux Administrator, Linux Professional Institute LPIC-1, and CompTIA Linux+ (Powered by LPI).
Getting Started with Linux: Novell's Guide to CompTIA's Linux+ (Course 3060) introduces students to the knowledge and skills needed to manage all Linux distributions. Specifically, this course covers the objectives outlined by CompTIA for its Linux+ exam and certification, an international industry credentials that offers proof of knowledge. Not only does this course prepare students for the ComTIA Linux+ exam; it offers an excellent way to begin preparing for the Novell Certification Linux Professional (Novell CLP) practicum exam. In fact, after completing this course, students will have acquired one-third the knowledge needed to become a full Novell CLP, the ideal certification for people interested in becoming Linux administrators.
About the Author
Novell-based courseware is developed by professional instructional designers and is designed to help manage, simplify, secure and integrate technology environments by leveraging best-of-breed, open standards-based software. Jason W. Eckert is an experienced technical trainer, consultant and best-selling author in the Information Technology (IT) industry. With over 20 IT certifications, 20 years of IT experience, and 18 published textbooks covering topics such as UNIX, Linux, Apache, MySQL, Windows Server, Security, Microsoft Exchange, and BlackBerry Enterprise Server, Mr. Eckert brings his expertise to every class that he teaches at triOS College. He is also the triOS College Technology Faculty Head, where he continues to refine and improve college technology programs.
Table of Contents
1. Linux Basics and SLES 9 Installation 2. Use the Linux Desktop 3. Locate and Use Help Resources 4. Use the YaST Management Utility to Administer the System 5. Manage Directories and Files in the Linux System 6. Work with the Linux Shell and Edit Text Files 7. Use the Command Line Interface to Administer the System 8. Processes, Jobs, and Runlevels in the Linux System 9. Manage the Network 10. Manage Network Services 11. Manage Security 12. Hardware Basics
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