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Linux Operating Systems

CTS
2106

This course is designed to teach students how to install, configure and manage Linux/Unix operating systems. The course is for new users of the Linux/Unix Operating System. Students learn file system navigation, file permissions, text editors and command line administrative tasks. Major topics covered include accessing files and directories, executing directory and file commands, searching for files and text, file system security, text editing, archiving user data, remote connections, system processes, and text filtering commands and accessibility technologies. Students learn how to install, configure and administer the Linux operating systems on a work station computer connected to a network. Although this course is not a certification preparation course, it may include related Linux certification material. Lab fee required.

Credits: 
3.00
Class Hours: 
45.00
Prerequisite(s): 
CTS 1110 and CNT 1000 or consent.
Course Type: 
Computer Technology and Skills