This course teaches the core techniques, concepts and fundamentals of Linux system operation. Students acquire intermediate Linux command-line skills used in cyber investigation studies and real-world investigation and security. Students gain competency in functions relevant to standard Linux environments, including user and permission configuration and partition and file system manipulation.
- Describe the features of Linux that differentiate it from Microsoft Windows-based operating systems
- Manipulate Linux files and directories using common Linux commands
- Manipulate user and group accounts using common Linux commands
- Change Linux file system permissions using common Linux commands
- Create multiple file systems using common Linux commands
- Demonstrate how to mount file systems using common Linux commands
- Describe the characteristics of common Linux file systems