Red Hat Linux: Introduzione

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Obiettivo del corso: Questo corso è stato studiato per coloro che desiderano imparare le basi del sistema operativo Red Hat Linux e prepara per il successivo corso del programma RHCE. Il corso introduce l'uso della linea di comando, e dei comandi necessari per poter gestire in autonomia una workstation con installato Red Hat Linux. Al termine del corso i partecipanti saranno in grado di:.

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Questo corso è stato studiato per coloro che desiderano imparare le basi del sistema operativo Red Hat Linux e prepara per il successivo corso del programma RHCE. Il corso introduce l'uso della linea di comando, e dei comandi necessari per poter gestire in autonomia una workstation con installato Red Hat Linux. Al termine del corso i partecipanti saranno in grado di:
  • Comprendere il file system di Red Hat Linux
  • Eseguire le normali operazioni di manutenzione sui file
  • Eseguire normali comandi Linux dalla linea di comando
  • Eseguire le normali operazioni tramite la GUI di Gnome
  • Aprire, editare, e salvare i documenti usando l'editor vi
  • Assegnare i Permessi di accesso ai file
  • Utilizzare i Comandi di stampa e le utility
  • Copiare file da e su un dischetto
  • Installare, aggiornare, cancellare e controllare i pacchetti sul tuo sistema

    PREREQUISITI:

    Utenti con precedenti esperienze su altri sistemi operativi, uso dei menu e di interfacce grafiche.

    AGENDA:

    Introduction: Getting Started
  • What is Linux?
  • What is Red Hat Linux?
  • The Linux Operating System
  • How Linux Differ from Unix Operating System
  • Interaction Between Linux Components
  • Multitasking in Linux
  • Timing Commands in Linux
  • How Linux Access Devices
  • Licenses covering Linux
  • Users, Groups and Superusers
  • Red Hat Minimum Hardware Requirements (intel)
  • Logging onto a Linux Account
  • Virtual Consoles
  • The GUI Interface
  • Working with a Window
  • Customizing GNOME Panels
  • Opening a Terminal Window
  • Entering Commands
  • Changing your Password
  • Some Useful Commands
  • Getting Online Help - man
  • Other Help Utilities
  • The GNOME Help Browser
  • Editing Text Files
  • Demonstration - using gEdit
  • Logging Off
  • Further Exercises

    Linux File System
  • The GNOME File Manager
  • Using Gnu Midnight Commander
  • Typical Linux Directory Structure
  • Linux System Directories
  • User Directories
  • The HOME Directory
  • Changing Directories in GMC
  • Basic File System Command Line Commands
  • Changing Directories on the Command Line
  • Changing Directories on the Command Line - Examples
  • Moving to the Parent Directory on the Command Line
  • Relative and Absolute Pths on the Command Line
  • Changing Directories
  • Print Working Directory
  • Listing Files in the Current Directory
  • Listing Files on the Command Line
  • Listing Files on the Command Line - Examples
  • Determining the File Type using GMC
  • Determining the File Type from the Command Line
  • Linux File Types
  • Valid Linux File Names
  • Hidden Files in GMC
  • Hidden Files
  • Current and Parent Directory
  • Making a New Directory
  • Creating a Directory on the Command Line
  • Creating Files
  • Deleting Files in GMC
  • Removing Directories on the Command Line
  • Removing Files and Directories
  • The X File Manager
  • Further Exercises

    Using Special Characters
  • The Reasons for Special Characters
  • Some Common Special Characters
  • Using Special Characters with GMC
  • Command Line Uses for the Special Characters
  • Using Double Quotes to Eliminate Special Meaning
  • The Special Character
  • Further Exercises

    File Manipulation and Location
  • Using Gnu Midnight Commander
  • Moving Files with GMC
  • Moving Files from the Command Line
  • Copying Files Using GMC
  • Copying Files from the Command Line
  • Removing Files Using GMC
  • Removing Files from the Command Line
  • Standard Input and Output
  • Viewing Text Files
  • Viewing an Entire File
  • Viewing Files One Screenful at a Time
  • Using less and more
  • Viewing the First or Last Few Line of a File
  • Locating Files
  • The slocate Command
  • The find Command
  • Search for Text in Files
  • Further Exercises

    File Access Permission
  • Linux File Security Overview
  • File Access Permissions
  • Changing Permissions with GMC
  • Changing Permissions from the Command Line
  • Changing Permissions - Numeric Method
  • Finding Commands
  • Further Exercises

    Command Line Interpretation
  • What is the Shell?
  • Available Shell in Linux
  • Shell Variables
  • Viewing Variables
  • Quoting Special Characters
  • Recalling Previous Commands
  • Further Exercises

    Printing
  • Printing in Linux
  • Printing Postscript Data
  • Printing from Applications
  • Printing from the Command Line
  • Printing Examples
  • Querying the Print Queue
  • Canceling Print Jobs
  • Further Exercises

    File Packaging and Miscellaneous Commands
  • Accessing Filesystem (using the mount command)
  • Accessing Filesystem from the Command Line
  • Accessing DOS Diskettes
  • Why Archive Files?
  • Creating an Archive?
  • Inspecting Archives
  • Extracting an Archive
  • Why Use File Compression?
  • Compression Utilities
  • Using gzip and compress
  • Compressing Archives
  • A Word about Privileged Access
  • Red Hat Linux Packages
  • Further Exercises

    Gnome and the X Window System
  • Features of the X Window System
  • The X Window Client/Server Architecture
  • Window Managers
  • Window Managers that Ship with Red Hat Linux
  • AnotherLevel
  • KDE
  • FailSafe
  • Starting a Local X Window Session
  • Customizing the X Window Desktop
  • Adding/Removing Icons on the Desktop
  • The GNOME Configuration Tool
  • The Enlightenment Configuration Editor
  • Multiple Desktop Areas and Multiple Desktops
  • Further Exercises

    Customizing your Work Environment
  • System and User Configuration Files
  • User Configuration Files and Directories
  • System Configuration Files and Directories
  • Startup Files
  • Environment Control
  • Viewing all Variables
  • Customizing Command History
  • The PATH Variable
  • The PATH Variable - Security Issues
  • Automatically Starting the X Window System
  • Preserving a GNOME Environment
  • Further Exercises

    Using the vi Editor
  • Overview of vi
  • Starting vi
  • vi Modes
  • How to Position the Cursor
  • Working in Input Mode
  • Saving and Exiting vi
  • Cutting, Copying and Pasting Text
  • Undoing Changes
  • Copying and Pasting Text
  • Searching for Text
  • Searching for Text with Regular Expressions
  • What are Regular Expressions?
  • Some Regular Expression Metacharacters
  • Regular Expression Review
  • Further Exercises

    Shell Command Line Processing
  • Re-executing the Last Command
  • Accessing Previously Entered Commands
  • Saving Time using Tab completion on Commands
  • Save Time using Copy and Paste Between Windows
  • Configuring the Mouse
  • The Command Interpretation Sequence
  • Standard Input and Output
  • Redirecting Input and Output
  • Redirecting Output
  • Redirecting Standard Error
  • Simultaneous Redirection of Std. Error and Std. Output
  • File Appending
  • Redirecting Input
  • Processes
  • Running a Process in the Background
  • Grouping Commands
  • Inline Groups
  • Command Substitution
  • Further Exercises

    Installing Red Hat Linux
  • Hardware Compatibility
  • Installation Boot Diskettes
  • Linux Installation Methods
  • Choosing the Installation Method
  • Installation Types
  • Partitioning the Hard Drive
  • Choosing a Partition Layout
  • Planning Swap Space
  • Installation Demonstration
  • Language Selection
  • Keyboard Selection
  • Mouse Selection
  • Install Options
  • Automatic Partitioning
  • Network Setup
  • Time Zone Selection
  • Account Configuration
  • X Configuration
  • Ready to Install
  • Package Installation Screen
  • Using Disk Druid - An aside
  • Adding Partitions - An aside

    Advanced Filesystem Features
  • The /proc Filesystem
  • Creating File Associations
  • Editing a File Association
  • Adding a File Association
  • Finding Files on the System
  • Comparing Files
  • Understanding Hard File Links
  • Understanding Soft (or Symbolic) File Links
  • Demonstration - Using Links
  • Determining File Space Usage
  • Determining Available Filesystem Storage
  • Further Exercises

    Common String Processing Utilities
  • Conducting String Searches
  • String Searches Within Multiple Files
  • Counting Characters Words and Lines in a File
  • Counting Characters, Words and Lines in a File - Examples
  • Sorting Lines in a File
  • Sorting Lines in a Files - Examples
  • Merge Files Using the sort Command
  • Further Exercises

    Process Control
  • Processes
  • Process Status Information
  • Process Status Information via the Command Line
  • Top CPU Intensive Processes
  • Running a Process in the Foreground
  • Running a Process in the Background
  • Suspending a Process
  • Listing Background and Suspended Jobs
  • Resuming Suspended Jobs
  • Pausing Commands for a Set Period of Time
  • Killing a Process
  • Killing a Process - The Steps
  • Killing a Process Using the Command Line
  • Killing all Processes by Name
  • Continuing Command Execution after Logoff
  • Further Exercises

    Network Utilities for the User
  • Network Fundamentals
  • Testing a Network Connection
  • Tracing the Path of Network Communications
  • Interpreting a Route Trace
  • Accessing Web Pages
  • Accessing Web Pages on the Command Line
  • Obtaining Computer Names
  • Looking at your Local Names Database
  • Detailed User Information
  • Logging in Remotely to Another Machine
  • Executing a Command on a Remote Host
  • Logging in Remotely
  • Transferring Files Between Machines
  • Accessing a Remote Machine
  • Browsing Files on Local and Remote Machines
  • Transferring Files
  • Transferring Files Between Machines using the Command Line
  • Further Exercises

    Power User Utilities
  • Translate Characters in a Text File
  • Obtaining Information about the System
  • Command Aliases
  • A Word about Privileged Access
  • Console Privileges
  • Red Hat Linux Packages
  • Using GnoRPM
  • Installing and Upgrading Packages
  • Further Exercises

    NOTE:

    Dettagli

    Calendario

    29/01/2007 Roma

    18/09/2007 Roma

    12/11/2007 Roma

    DURATA

    4 gg

    PREZZO

    1380 Euro

    LINGUA

    ITA

    TIPO DI CORSO

    DESTINATARI

    - Amministratori di sistema

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