This class introduces you to working with the Linux operating system
If you are a networking student then it is to your advantage to know how to use Linux. Linux is an operating system with both enterprise commercial, and freely downloadable and installable distributions. The Linux operating system uses open source software licensed under the GNU Free Software Foundation.
By using Linux you take advantage of a community of programmers dedicated to the distribution and availability of freely accessible and distributable software. Linux is the preferred operating system for running servers, including Apache web servers, BIND DNS servers, and running one of many network monitoring applications. Linux is an excellent alternative to Windows due to its stability and the worldwide community of developers freely contributing software development. In this class we will be working with Debian based systems like Ubuntu and Mint, Fedora, and the CentOS Linux distribution.
Students may choose to work with other distributions as well.
The content of this class maps to the Comp TIA Linux+ certification exam.
Instructor: Dan Alberghetti
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