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Oracle Linux Fundamentals (Oracle PartnerNetwork)



Oracle
Код: 1Z0-409
продолжительность: 120 минут
Язык обучения: English
Тестовая система: Pearson VUE
Филиал: Москва

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Exam Topics:

Enterprise Linux Fundamentals

  • What is Linux?
  • Identify the origins of UNIX and how Linux is related to UNIX
  • Describe the major goals of the Free Software Foundation and the GNU project
  • List key elements of a Linux distribution and name several distributions
  • List several standards that apply to Linux
  • Describe the basic mechanisms that make UNIX so powerful

Multi User Concepts

  • Describe the differences between the administrative (root) user and normal user accounts and explain when each should be used
  • Log into the system
  • Switch between accounts using the 'su' command
  • Use basic commands to gather information about the system
  • Use system help facilities to learn about commands and their options.

The Linux File System

  • List the standard system directories and explain what type of files are contained in each
  • Navigate the file system
  • Explain standard POSIX file permissions including special permissions such as the SUID, SGID and Sticky bits on both files and directories
  • Change permissions of files
  • Explain how file ownership (user: group) relates to file permissions
  • Change ownership of files
  • Describe how the User Private Group (UPG) scheme works and the problem it solves

Manipulating Files

  • Be able to create, delete, copy, move and rename files and directories
  • Describe the various types of files that can be stored on UNIX and Linux file systems
  • Explain hard links and symbolic links, their pros & cons and when & where they can or can not be used
  • Identify the type of content of any file
  • View the contents of both text-based and binary files
  • Search the file system for files and directories with specific properties

Text Processing

  • Search inside of files for specified information
  • Perform file editing, sorting, cutting & merging text files from the command linee

Shell Basics

  • Understand the varied roles the command shell plays in everyday UNIX/Linux usage
  • Pipe several commands together to perform more complex and useful processing
  • Use file redirection on the command line
  • Create and use shell and environment variables to configure and control the operation of the system, the command shell and programs
  • Use and escape special characters when they are used on the command line

Regular Expressions

  • Construct regular expressions for matching text patterns

Archiving and Compression

  • Use tar & cpio to create archives and extract files from them
  • Compress and decompress files using the UNIX compress, GNU gzip, bzip2 and zip formats
  • Text Editing
  • Use simple text editors like pico and nano
  • Perform basic and intermediate text editing functions efficiently with vi & Vim
  • Perform basic and intermediate text editing functions with GNU Emacs

Command Shells

  • List the history and relationships of the various popular shell implementations available on UNIX and Linux systems
  • Identify and switch between the various shell implementations
  • Customize the command prompt on Bourne and BASH shells
  • Use command line history, command completion, aliases and command line editing
  • Customize command shell operation system wide and for individual users

Introduction to Shell Scripting

  • Process arguments passed into a shell script
  • Get input from the user of a shell script
  • Generate formatted output from a shell script
  • Perform tasks conditionally using if, case and while loops in a shell script
  • Perform repeated actions over a set of values with for loops on the command line and within shell scripts
  • Do math in a shell script

Process Management and Job Control

  • Describe the differences between process and threads
  • Find and control running programs with ps, top, kill, and nice
  • Use the jobs, fg and bg commands to view and access several tasks at once on a single shell
  • Use the screen command to run several programs and disconnect from running programs on remote systems

Messaging

  • Send local messages with the write and wall commands
  • Use talk and ytalk to chat with other users
  • Send and read email with the mail and pine commands

The Secure Shell

  • Configure the ssh client and sshd server programs securely
  • Establish secure, remote connections to other systems
  • Use SSH's key-based authentication

Managing Software

  • Find and download software via FTP & HTTP with text & graphical client programs like wget, lftp, links, Konqueror and Mozilla Firefox
  • Install binary programs in RPM packages
  • List software already installed on the system with RPM
  • Compile and install software from source releases
  • Compile and install software from a source RPM (SRPM or .src.rpm) package

Printing

  • Use CUPS to connect to available local and network printers
  • Use various commands to process and convert files in preparation for printing
  • Send jobs to a printer
  • Monitor and remove print jobs

Mounting FileSystems and Managing Removable Media

  • Use the mount command
  • Access NFS and SMB filesystems over the network
  • Use autofs for on-demand mounting of filesystems without root privileges

X Window System

  • Start the graphical environment manually
  • Select different desktop environments
  • Launch graphical applications
  • Use Linux as an X terminal
  • Customize the graphical environment and auto-start applications at login and X startup
  • Securely tunnel remote graphical applications through SSH

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