Join Chaim Krause for an in-depth discussion in this video What you should know, part of SUSE Linux Enterprise Server Essential Training.
- [Instructor] To begin with, I'm approaching this course with the expectation that you have prior experience using the Linux operating system. We'll be focusing on the unique aspects of SUSE Linux Enterprise Server. You should be familiar with the basics of installing an operating system from scratch. We will touch upon the basics of VI, but experience with any text editor that runs on Linux will serve you well. You should understand the differences between a disk drive, a partition, and a file system. Experience installing device drivers for any operating system will make at least one chapter easier to follow.
If you don't feel comfortable with any of these prerequisites, then please check out our other courses in the library on these topics. With that knowledge under your belt, let's get started.
- What is SUSE Linux Enterprise?
- Installing SLES
- Linux file types
- Working at the command line
- Managing processes
- Working with background processes
- Managing users and groups
- Changing file permissions
- Configuring network interfaces
- Displaying hardware information
- Managing drivers
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. What is SUSE Linux Enterprise?
2. Working at the Command Line
3. System Initialization
4. Process Management
5. Identity and Security
6. Managing Software
7. Network Management
8. Basic Network Services
10. Administration and Monitoring
11. Hardware Management
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