• Online, Self-Paced
Course Description

In this Challenge Lab, you will perform tasks using Linux commands. First, you will perform a variety of tasks by using common Linux commands, including sudo, pwd, cd, ls, less, clear, history, touch, echo, cat, head, tail, grep, man, cp, mv, rm, and nano, and then you will set Linux permissions by using the chmod command. Next, you will configure IPv4 on Linux by using the ip, ifconfig, and route commands. Finally, you will perform a variety of task using Linux system commands, including top, htop, ps, kill, and apt. Note: Once you begin the challenge lab, you will not be able to pause, save, or exit and then return to your challenge lab. Please ensure that you have set aside enough time to complete the challenge lab before you start.

Learning Objectives

In this Challenge Lab, you will perform tasks using Linux commands. First, you will perform a variety of tasks by using common Linux commands, including sudo, pwd, cd, ls, less, clear, history, touch, echo, cat, head, tail, grep, man, cp, mv, rm, and nano, and then you will set Linux permissions by using the chmod command. Next, you will configure IPv4 on Linux by using the ip, ifconfig, and route commands. Finally, you will perform a variety of task using Linux system commands, including top, htop, ps, kill, and apt. Note: Once you begin the challenge lab, you will not be able to pause, save, or exit and then return to your challenge lab. Please ensure that you have set aside enough time to complete the challenge lab before you start.

Framework Connections

The materials within this course focus on the Knowledge Skills and Abilities (KSAs) identified within the Specialty Areas listed below. Click to view Specialty Area details within the interactive National Cybersecurity Workforce Framework.