Welcome to Linux/UNIX System Administration I
, the first course in the four-part Linux/UNIX System and Network Administration Series
This course covers the major components of the UNIX operating system: files, processes, devices, and filesystems.
This course is intended to help you understand the following topics:
UNIX files, file types, file modes, and access permissions
UNIX processes, their life cycles, and attributes
UNIX special files and devices
The course also covers variations between Solaris, Linux, AIX, and HP-UX operating systems. The examples and exercises focus on
using a Linux or a Solaris system, however. In cases where the commands or procedures vary significantly between Linux and
Solaris, two versions of examples and exercises are offeredone for Linux and one for Solaris.