SUSE Certified Linux Administrator

Test Objectives

A thorough understanding of the course and test objectives is recommended prior to taking the test. Novell-authorized training kits contain the material from which test objectives and test questions are taken. They are the best resources for test preparation.

  1. Get to Know YaST
  2. Manage the Network Configuration Information from YaST
  3. Access and Use man Pages
  4. Use info Pages
  5. Understand the File System Hierarchy Standard (FHS)
  6. Change Directories and List Directory Content
  7. Create and View Files
  8. Work with Files and Directories
  9. Find Files on Linux
  10. Search File Content
  11. Get to Know the Command Shells
  12. Execute Commands at the Command line
  13. Get to Know Common Command line Tasks
  14. Understand Command Syntax and Special Characters
  15. Use Piping and Redirection
  16. Use the Editor vi to Edit Files
  17. Manage User and Group Accounts with YaST
  18. Describe Basic Linux User Security Features
  19. Manage User and Group Accounts from the Command Line
  20. Manage File Permissions and Ownership
  21. Ensure File System Security
  22. Perform a SLES 10 Installation
  23. Configure a SLES 10 Installation
  24. Troubleshoot the Installation Process
  25. Select a Linux File System
  26. Configure a Linux File System Partition
  27. Manage Linux File Systems
  28. Configure Logical Volume Manager (LVM) and Software RAID
  29. Set Up and Configure Disk Quotas
  30. Configure User Authentication with PAM
  31. Manage and Secure the Linux User Environment
  32. Use Access Control Lists (ACLs) for Advanced Access Control
  33. Understand Linux Network Terms
  34. Set Up Network Interfaces with the ip Tool
  35. Set Up Routing with the ip Tool
  36. Test the Network Connection with Command Line Tools
  37. Configure Host Name and Name Resolution
  38. Configure the Network with NetworkManager
  39. View and Manage Processes
  40. Schedule Jobs
  41. Monitor a SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 System
  42. Use System Logging Services
  43. Monitor Login Activity
  44. Describe the Linux Load Procedure
  45. GRUB (Grand Unified Bootloader)
  46. Manage Runlevels
  47. Manage RPM Software Packages
  48. Verify and Update Software Library Access
  49. Develop a Backup Strategy
  50. Create Backups with tar
  51. Work with Magnetic Tapes
  52. Copy Data with dd
  53. Mirror Directories with rsync
  54. Automate Data Backups with cron
  55. Configure Local Printing
  56. Manage Print Jobs and Queues
  57. Understand How CUPS Works
  58. Configure and Manage a Print Server
  59. Provide Secure Remote Access with OpenSSH

Test Registration

Test #050-710: standard test

Note: Test objectives are subject to change without notice.

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