Course 9063

SUSE Linux Enterprise Foundations

In this course, you are introduced to the foundational knowledge and skills required to administer SUSE Linux Enterprise 11. The most important information from the On-demand SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 courses (3101, 3102 & 3103) are condensed into a 5 day instructor-led course.

During this course, you learn concepts and skills designed around the following "knowledge domains" that are common to all Linux/UNIX operating systems:

  • Installation
  • The Linux File System
  • Shell and User Environment
  • The GUI Environment
  • Software Management
  • Users and Security
  • Process Management
  • System Initialization
  • Storage Management
  • Network Configuration
  • Hardware and Drivers
  • System Monitoring
  • Common Services (Apache, NFS and Samba)

Audience Summary

This course is designed for system administrators with little or no Linux knowledge.

Course Prerequisites

There are no prerequisites required to take this course.

Course Outline

  • SECTION 1: Introduction to SUSE Linux
  • SECTION 2: System Installation
  • SECTION 3: The GUI Environment
  • SECTION 4: The Linux File System
  • SECTION 5: The Shell and User Environment
  • SECTION 6: Software and Patch Management
  • SECTION 7: Users, Groups, Permissions and Security
  • SECTION 8: Process Management
  • SECTION 9: Linux System Initialization
  • SECTION 10: Storage Management
  • SECTION 11: Network Configuration
  • SECTION 12: Hardware and Drivers
  • SECTION 13: System Monitoring
  • SECTION 14: Common Linux Services