Managing Files in Linux

This course is included in our On-demand training solution.

Overview

understand the Linux file system and to manage file ownership and permissions.

Target Audience

Students wishing to acquire the basic skills required as a Linux system administrator.

Prerequisites

General knowledge of computers and computer operating systems ideally encompassing Unix knowledge because of the similarity to Linux.

Expected Duration

160 min.

Course Objectives

Managing Files in Linux

  • recognize the main characteristics of the way Linux manages files.
  • recognize how to navigate resources in the Linux file system hierarchy.
  • select the commands used to find files and command locations.
  • identify files using which, updatedb, locate, and find.
  • select the commands used to manage hard and symbolic links.
  • select the commands that set permissions and change attributes on Linux files.
  • select the commands used to set permissions on files and directories.
  • set special permissions SUID, SGID, and sticky bits for files and change the default file creation mode using umask.
  • select the correct options for the chown and chgrp commands.
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