2023-2024 Catalog 
    Jun 23, 2024  
2023-2024 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Add to Portfolio (opens a new window)

CNET 250 - UNIX Operating System

3 Credit: (2 lecture, 2 lab, 0 clinical) 4 Contact Hours: [CNET 163 ]

This course covers operating system concepts in the UNIX environment. Topics include terminology, UNIX features and commands, UNIX system administration, and UNIX as a network server.
OFFERED: spring semesters

Course Goals/ Objectives/ Competencies:
Goal 1:  Demonstrate Command Lines

  1. Use command-line utilities to get help with Linux commands
  2. View the contents of text files
  3. Manage environment variables
  4. Configure and use Linux shell environments
  5. Use the vi editor to create and edit text files
  6. Shut down and restart the system

Goal 2:  Demonstrate Storage Device Management

  1. Create and manage hard disk partitions
  2. Create and manage disk file systems
  3. Mount and unmount devices in the file system
  4. Create and manage swap partitions

Goal 3:  Demonstrate File System Management

  1. View information about directories and files in the file system
  2. Use the Linux Filesystem Hierarchy Standard
  3. Create, copy, move, and delete directories in the file system
  4. Create, copy, move, and delete files in the file system
  5. Create and manage hard and symbolic link files
  6. View disk space usage statistics
  7. Implement disk quotas
  8. Create and manage archive files

Goal 4:  Demonstrate Boot Configuration

  1. Manage bootloader configurations
  2. View and manage run levels or boot targets for system services
  3. Set the default system runlevels or boot target

Goal 5:  Demonstrate Process Management

  1. Start, stop, and restart system services
  2. View and manage runlevels for system services
  3. Monitor and manage running processes
  4. Manage kernel modules

Goal 6:  Demonstrate Package Management

  1. Install, remove, and update packages with the RPM command
  2. Install, remove, and update RPM packages with DNF

Goal 7:  Demonstrate User Group Management

  1. Create and manage groups
  2. Create and manage user accounts
  3. Manage user passwords
  4. Manage user access

Goal 8:  Demonstrate User Access Management

  1. Manage directory and file ownership for users and groups
  2. Manage directory and file permissions for users and groups
  3. Configure umask values
  4. Use special permissions

Goal 9:  Demonstrate Network and Printing Configuration Management

  1. Enable or disable network interfaces
  2. Configure and manage print jobs

Add to Portfolio (opens a new window)