SUSE - Basics

Presentation

Objectives : Master SUSE Enterprise Linux basics.
Who can benefit : Anyone.
Prerequisites : Knowledge of another operating system.
Learning technique : Clear, theoretical course content divided into lessons and extensive LABS available on-line 24/24 7/7.
Duration : 14 hours.
Instructor : Certified LPI.
Student Progression : Student progression is monitored both in terms of effective course duration and in terms of student comprehension using self-assessment tests.
Resources : SLES 12 Virtual Machine.

Cursus

  • File Hierarchy System
    • Directory Contents
    • Directory Structure
    • File Types
    • The mount command
      • Command Line Switches
    • The /etc/fstab file
      • Understanding the /etc/fstab file
        • Mountpoint Options
    • The umount command
      • Command Line Switches
    • Unix File Systems
      • Superblock
      • Inodes
      • Data Blocks
      • Hard (Physical) Links
      • Soft (Symbolic) Links
    • Commands: mount, umount.
  • The VIsual Editor
    • Presentation
    • Creating, Opening and Closing files with VI
      • Commands
      • LAB #1 - Creating a new file with VI
      • LAB #2 - Opening a file in read-only mode using view
      • LAB #3 - Opening a file in read-write mode using VI
    • The set Command
      • Commands
      • LAB #4 - Turning on line numbering using set
    • Moving around within the file
      • Commands
    • Inserting Text
      • Commands
      • LAB #5 - Inserting text
    • Searching for Text
      • Commands
      • LAB #6 - Searching for and replacing text
    • Deleting Text
      • Commands
      • LAB #7 - Deleting lines
    • Copy, Cut and Paste
      • Commands
      • LAB #8 - Copying, Cutting and pasting text
    • Configuring a Personalised Interface
    • Commands: view, vi
  • Help and Documentation
    • Help on external commands
    • Help on built-in commands
    • The man command
      • Command Line Switches
    • The apropos command
      • Command Line Switches
    • The makewhatis and whatis Commands under RHEL/CentOS 6
      • Command Line Switches
    • The mandb and whatis commands with RHEL/CentOS 7
      • Command Line Switches
    • The info command
      • Command Line Switches
    • Commands: help, man, info, apropos, makewhatis, mandb, whatis.
  • Basic Shell Commands and Text Manipulation Tools
    • Use of Basic Shell Commands
      • The stty Command
        • Command Line Switches
      • The date command
        • Command Line Switches
      • The who Command
        • Command Line Switches
      • The df Command
        • Command Line Switches
      • The free Command
        • Command Line Switches
      • The whoami Command
        • Command Line Switches
      • The pwd Command
        • Command Line Switches
      • The cd Command
        • Command Line Switches
      • The ls Command
        • Command Line Switches
      • The lsof Command
        • Command Line Switches
      • The touch Command
        • Command Line Switches
      • The echo Command
        • Command Line Switches
      • The cp Command
        • Command Line Switches
      • The file Command
        • Command Line Switches
      • The cat Command
        • Command Line Switches
      • The mv Command
        • Command Line Switches
      • The mkdir Command
        • Command Line Switches
      • The rmdir Command
        • Command Line Switches
      • The rm Command
        • Command Line Switches
      • The sort Command
        • Command Line Switches
      • The more Command
        • Command Line Switches
      • The less Command
        • Command Line Switches
      • The find Command
        • Command Line Switches
      • The su Command
        • Command Line Switches
      • The updatedb and locate Commands
        • Command Line Switches
      • The whereis Command
        • Command Line Switches
      • The which Command
        • Command Line Switches
      • The uptime Command
        • Command Line Switches
      • The w Command
        • Command Line Switches
      • The uname Command
        • Command Line Switches
      • The du Command
        • Command Line Switches
      • The clear Command
      • The exit Command
        • Command Line Switches
      • The logout Command
        • Command Line Switches
      • The sleep Command
        • Command Line Switches
      • The wall Command
      • The seq Command
        • Command Line Switches
      • The screen Command
        • Command Line Switches
    • Switches and Arguments
    • Manipulating Text Files
      • Regular Expressions
        • BREs
        • EREs
      • Text-search Utilities
        • The grep Command
          • Command Line Switches
        • The egrep Command
          • Command Line Switches
        • The fgrep Command
        • LAB #1 - Using grep, egrep and fgrep
      • The Stream EDitor SED
        • Command Line Switches
        • LAB #2 - Using sed
      • The Text Processor AWK
        • Presentation
        • Field Separation
        • Conditions
          • A regular expression applied to a record
          • A regular expression applied to a field
          • Comparisons
          • Logical Operators
          • Built-in Variables
        • Awk Scripts
        • The printf function
        • Control Statements
          • if
          • for
          • while
          • do-while
        • Command Line Switches
        • LAB #3 - Using awk
    • Other Useful Commands
      • The expand Command
        • Command Line Switches
      • La Commande unexpand
        • Command Line Switches
      • The cut command
        • Command Line Switches
      • The uniq Command
        • Command Line Switches
      • The tr Command
        • Command Line Switches
      • The paste Command
        • Command Line Switches
      • The split Command
        • Command Line Switches
      • The diff Command
        • Command Line Switches
      • The cmp Command
        • Command Line Switches
      • The patch Command
        • Command Line Switches
      • The strings Command
        • Command Line Switches
      • The comm Command
        • Command Line Switches
      • The head Command
        • Command Line Switches
      • The tail Command
        • Command Line Switches
      • LAB #4 - Use the grep, tr and cut to extract your IP address from the output of ifconfig
    • Commands: stty, date, who, df, free, whoami, pwd, cd, ls, touch, echo, cp, file, cat, mv, mkdir, rmdir, rm, sort, more, find, su, locate, updatedb, whereis, which, uptime, w, uname, du, lsmod, modprobe, rmmod, modinfo, clear, exit, logout, sleep, grep, egrep, fgrep, sed, awk, tr, paste, cut, split, diff, cmp, uniq, patch, strings, comm, od, head, tail, wall, screen.
  • Command Line Interface
    • The Shell
    • /bin/bash
      • Internal And External Commands
      • Aliases
      • The Prompt
      • The history Command
      • The TAB key
      • Metacharacters
        • The * Metacharacter
        • The ? Metacharacter
        • The [] Metacharacter
        • The extglob Option
        • ?(expression)
        • *(expression)
        • +(expression)
        • @(expression)
        • !(expression)
      • Protecting Metacharacters
      • Exit Status
      • Redirections
      • Pipes
      • Command Substitution
      • Conditional Command Execution
    • Environment Variables
      • Principal Variables
      • Internationalisation and Localisation
      • Special Variables
      • The env Command
    • Bash Shell Options
      • noclobber
      • noglob
      • nounset
    • Basic Shell Scripting
      • Execution
      • The read command
        • Code de retour
        • The IFS Variable
      • The test Command
        • Testing Files
          • LAB #1
        • Testing Strings
          • LAB #2
        • Testing Numbers
          • LAB #3
        • Expressions
          • LAB #4
        • Testing the User Environment
          • LAB #5
      • The [[ expression ]] Command
        • LAB #6
      • Shell Operators
        • LAB #7
      • The expr Command
        • Maths
        • Comparisons
        • Logic
          • LAB #8
        • The let Command
          • Maths
          • Comparisons
          • Logic
          • Binary
            • LAB #9
        • Control Structures
          • If
          • case
          • Loops
            • for
            • while
              • Example
          • Start-up Scripts
          • LAB #10
            • ~~/.bash_profile
            • ~/.bashrc
    • Commands: type, alias, unalias, chsh, history, wc, tee, set, vi, script, read, test, expr, let, if, case, for, while.
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