ANTELOPE_VALLEY_COLLEGE_Syllabus_CIS_159

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ANTELOPE VALLEY COLLEGE Course Outline/Syllabus Jim Bowen E-Mail – JBowen@AVC.EDU Office Hours Pending Office Number – Same as Class Room - 314 COURSE NUMBER: CIS 159 COURSE TITLES: SUSE Linux Server Administration COURSE UNITS: 3 COURSE HOURS: 4 COURSE PREREQUITES: Completion of CIS 157, CA 151, CA 171, or CA 173 Advisory Eligibility for ENGL 099, READ 099 REQUIRED TEXT BOOK SUSE Linux Enterprise Server Administration ISBN-13: 978-1-4188-3731-0 COURSE DESCRIPTION: This in-depth, hands-on course covers a variety of topics; installing and configuring SUSE Linux Enterprise Server, managing users and groups, securing the system, and configuring Web Services. By completing multiple lab exercises, students will be able to apply course concepts and strengthen their proficiency in Linux administration. As a growing number of companies migrate to Linux, they're looking for trained and talented Linux administrators. COURSE OBJECTIVES Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to perform the following competencies at a minimum stand of proficiency. . 1. Monitor the SLES 9 system. 2. Create and edit user account properties. 3. Configure security settings and file permissions.
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4. Design guidelines for implementing partitions. 5. Manage Linux processes and services 6. Configure and manage a Linux file system. 7. Manage RPM software packages 8. Set run levels with YaST. 9. Modify system settings. 10. Manage a daemon. 11. Configure a network card with YaST. 12. Configure a SUSE Linux network printer. 13. Enable a WEB server. 14. Configure a SSh server. 15. Configure a network installation. COURSE CONTENT: 1. Introduction to Managing the SUSE Linux Enterprise Server a. Describe SLES 9 b. Access and Use YaST c. Monitor Your SLES 9 System 2. Manage User Access and Security a. Describe Basic Linux User Security Features b. Manage Linux Users and Groups c. Manage and Secure the Linux User Environment d. Secure Files and Directories with Permissions 3.Manage the Linux File System a. Select a Linux File System b. Configure Linux File System Partitions c. Configure a File System with Logical Volume Management (LVM) d. Configure and Manage a Linux File System 4. Manage Software for SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server a. Manage RPM Software Packages b. Verify and Update Software Library Access c. Manage Software Updates with YaST Online Update Server (YOU) 5.Manage System Installation a. Manage Runlevels b. Manage the Kernel c. Manage the GRUB Boot Loader d. Modify System Settings 6. Manage Linux Processes and Services a. Manage Processes b. Describe Startup Shell Scripts and Services 7.Connect the SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server to the Network a. Configure Your Network Connection b. Test the Network Interface 8. Enable Infrastructure Services
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a. Configure and Manage Network Printing Services b. Configure Network File Systems c. Manage Resources on the Network 9.Enable Internet Services a. Configure SUSE Linux Enterprise Server Time
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This note was uploaded on 08/30/2010 for the course CIS 75085 taught by Professor Jimbowen during the Fall '10 term at Antelope Valley College.

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