Linux Administration and Shell Scripting

Associate of Applied Science in Information Technology – Software Development

Course ID
ASD220
Course Credits
4

About Linux Administration and Shell Scripting

This course provides a thorough discussion on the anatomy and behavior of legacy UNIX and modern Linux operating systems. Concepts, such as scripting, shells, processes, drivers, kernels, networking, Linux file systems, DNS, security, virtualization, and terminals, will mostly be presented from an administrator’s perspective. Upon completion of the course, students should have a thorough and robust understanding of the Linux operating system, and be able to manage and administer Linux systems.


Prerequisites

Students must have completed ASD190 with a satisfactory grade.


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