L-120 Linux Fundamentals Course Overview

L-120 Linux Fundamentals Course Overview

The L-120 Linux Fundamentals course is an extensive training program designed to equip learners with the core knowledge and skills necessary to navigate and utilize the Linux operating system effectively. The course covers the history and development of Linux, its filesystem, and how to manipulate files and processes within the Linux environment. It delves into text processing, shell basics, regular expressions, archiving, compression, and text editing with tools like Vi and Emacs. More advanced topics include command shells, shell scripting, process management, job control, messaging, secure shell (SSH), and managing software.

Through this Linux fundamentals training, participants will gain practical experience and an understanding of Linux distributions, multi-user concepts, and the command line interface, which are crucial for IT professionals. By the end of the course, learners will be well-prepared to work with Linux in various roles and can confidently manage and operate Linux-based systems.

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Course Prerequisites

To ensure a successful learning experience in the L-120 Linux Fundamentals course, the following minimum prerequisites are recommended:

  • Basic understanding of computer systems and their operation.
  • Familiarity with operating system concepts such as files, directories, and processes.
  • Some experience with using a text editor (any platform).
  • Ability to navigate through the file system using a graphical user interface (GUI).
  • Willingness to learn and engage with command-line interface (CLI) operations.

Please note that no prior experience with Linux or other Unix-like systems is required. This course is designed to introduce the fundamentals and will guide you through the basics of Linux.

Target Audience for L-120 Linux Fundamentals

The L-120 Linux Fundamentals course is designed for IT professionals seeking comprehensive knowledge of Linux operating system basics.

  • System Administrators
  • Network Administrators
  • Technical Support Specialists
  • IT Professionals looking to enhance their Linux skills
  • Developers who need to understand Linux environment
  • Aspiring Linux professionals
  • Computer Science and Information Technology students
  • DevOps Engineers
  • Security Professionals and Ethical Hackers
  • Database Administrators working on Linux-based systems
  • Open Source Enthusiasts

Learning Objectives - What you will Learn in this L-120 Linux Fundamentals?

Introduction to L-120 Linux Fundamentals Course Learning Outcomes

Gain a comprehensive understanding of Linux basics, from its UNIX origins to shell scripting, and learn practical skills for managing software, processes, and security on Linux systems.

Learning Objectives and Outcomes

  • Understand the history of UNIX, design principles, and the evolution of Linux distributions.
  • Comprehend the concepts of Free Software Foundation (FSF), GNU Project, and the General Public License (GPL).
  • Learn about the Linux Kernel, its features, and the role of various Linux distributions.
  • Develop proficiency in navigating and manipulating the Linux Filesystem according to the Filesystem Hierarchy Standard.
  • Master multi-user concepts, including user contexts, session information, and the importance of ‘root’ access.
  • Acquire the ability to manage files and directories, understand file permissions, and utilize user private group schemes.
  • Utilize text processing tools such as grep, sed, awk, and sort to search, edit, and process text data.
  • Understand shell basics, including command execution, environment variables, and command-line interface (CLI) shortcuts.
  • Learn how to write basic shell scripts to automate tasks, utilize loops, and handle input/output.
  • Manage processes, job control, and learn secure communication with SSH for remote system administration.