Course - Linux: Introduction - Bromley - Greater London - Bromley College of Further & Higher Education - I32726

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Course - Linux: Introduction - At the institution - Bromley - Greater London

  • Entry requirements
    Entry requirements Familiarity with MS Windows and basic networking experience
  • Course description
    General information

    This course provides a straight forward introduction to Linux and the desktop for those new to Linux. The course is specifically aimed at existing MS Windows users with some networking experience and concentrates on transferring skills acquired in the Windows environment to the Linux Bluecurve desktop.

    Course content

    INSTALLING LINUX

        * Preliminaries
        * Installation

    INTRODUCTION TO THE DESKTOP

        * Creating User Accounts
        * Removing user Accounts
        * The Desktop Working with Windows
        * The Panel
        * The Desktop
        * Background Exercise

    DESKTOP APPLICATIONS

        * The Main Menu
        * Accessories Menu
        * Graphics Menu
        * Internet Menu
        * Office Menu
        * System Tools Menu Exercise

    MANAGING FILE SYSTEMS

        * The Nautilus File Manager
        * File Manager Quick Menu
        * File Manager
        * FTP Access Properties
        * File and Directory Permissions
        * Filesystem Contents
        * Drive Mounting
        * Terminal Window Commands Exercise

    INTERNET WORKING FEATURES


        * Introduction
        * Apache
        * FTP
        * SSH
        * VNC
        * Samba

    SOURCES OF INFORMATION

        * Introduction
        * Man, FAQ and HOWTO Pages
        * Web Pages, Newsgroups & Mailing Lists

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