Linux for S/390 Fundamentals

PT3213
Summary
This course is intended for end users or system administrators who wish to learn the fundamentals of Red Hat Enterprise/Fedora Core Linux on an IBM S/390. The focus of this course is to learn the Linux graphical user interface (KDE), the Linux shell, text editors, commands, utilities, and manage files. Learning will be reinforced with real world lab exercises. Labs show how to export the Linux S/390 KDE graphical desktop to a PC running Red Hat.
Prerequisites
Students should be familiar with the basics of a PC.
Duration
5 Days/Lecture & Lab
Audience
This course is designed for end users and administrators who require the skills to work with or manage the Linux for S/390 operating system.
Topics
  • Logging on to Linux
  • Customizing the Login
  • Environment
  • Startup Files
  • The Boot Process
  • Shell Environments
  • Command Line
  • KDE Desktop
  • Where everything is
  • Using a Terminal Interface
  • Applications
  • Configuration
  • Customizing
  • Mounting floppy drives
  • Control Panel
  • Run Level Editor
  • Print Manager
  • Network Configurator
  • Linuxconf
  • Mounting
  • Basic Troubleshooting
  • Virtual Terminals
  • VI Editor
  • Linux Directory Structure
  • File Systems
  • Links & I-nodes
  • Install, Delete And Query Packages
  • Gnome Red Hat Package
  • Directory Commands
  • Redirection Operators
  • Move, Copy, Remove & Rename Files
  • Backing Up With Tar
  • Compressing Files
  • File Access Permissions
  • Formatting A Floppy Disk
  • Sending and Receiving Mail
  • Talking To Another Computer
  • Display Messages On Other
  • Computers
  • Process Management

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