Prospective system administrators who are already familiar with the Linux operating system, but desire more detailed and specialized information as listed below. This course is available for the Red Hat and SUSE distributions, but a variety of customized topics are available for other distributions as well (primarily Debian-based).
Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to install, configure, and manage a typical Linux system in a standalone environment.
Students are invited to bring their current ideas and questions to the classroom for discussion. Case studies, lecture, group problem solving, and online laboratories will be used. Students will be encouraged to enhance their skills utilizing the techniques presented through classroom problem solving and controlled online workshops.
Familiarity with Linux commands, directory structure, and the text editor. You can find detailed classroom equipment requirements in the classroom setup guide. The largest value is obtained when the student has been working as a novice system administrator for approximately 2 to 4 weeks. By that time, the student has questions to be answered, but has experience with the common day-to-day aspects of system administration.