Course TitleLINUX SYSTEM MANAGEMENT
DescriptionA hands-on, system-administration course with the practical goal of enabling the student to install and run an effective and secure Linux platform for use in a business or home-office context. Core topics include: the history, philosophy, and legal status of Linux, the operating system concepts that underpin Linux, basic installation, and management of files, and processes, log files, user accounts, and printers. Other topics include: configuring the boot process, configuring a desktop environment, performance monitoring and troubleshooting, system maintenance (backups, upgrades, and deployment), and basic network connectivity. Throughout an emphasis is placed on understanding and maintaining local system security.
Course Instruction Checklist
BlackboardN
OtherMOODLE (CISCO NetAcademy)
(Assistance May be available) 1. Video Conferencing Platform (Remotely taught courses only) 2. Learning Management System (LMS) Requirements 3. Technology Requirements
SemesterFall 2021
ClassCS 141-750
Class No1566
Class TitleLINUX SYSTEM MANAGEMENT
InstructorSena,Giuseppe A
EmailPlease see faculty/staff directory
WebExY
Microsoft TeamsN
Otherhttps://massbay.webex.com/massbay/j.php?MTID=md8db4675cf0f91524d7a4efed2dfc8a7
High speed internet accessY
ComputerN
Computer with webcamN
OtherDevice with videoconferencing capability (computer, tablet or phone)webcam