Introduction to UNIX/Linux - Fall 2014

Meeting Times

Face to face sessions will meet once each week for three hours.
Thursday, 1:00-4:00 in Pine Ridge College Center

Course Description

Command line concepts and syntax to perform directory hierarchy maintenance, I/O redirection, pipes, and device and system maintenance using variables and switches are topics of the command line interface course. The Disk Operating System (DOS) and UNIX/Linux dialects will be studied.

Course Goal

Students will manipulate the *nix environment using intermediate to advanced BASH procedures.

Course Rationale

Information technology specialists will encounter a wide variety of operating systems. At Oglala Lakota College we make use of Windows, Linux and Macintosh computers on a user level to the servers that operate our network. Management of servers ad devices are done remotely using a command line interface.

Prerequisites

IT 153 Survey of Operating Systems