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This eight hour class will be aimed at managers who
are familiar with Microsoft Windows-based systems and want to learn about Linux in order
to understand the business and technical implications of moving to the Linux operating
Referencing the NT operating system as a baseline, the following
topics will be presented:
- What is generic to Unix; what is unique to Linux?
- Similarities between Linux and NT (same functions, different
- Fundamental differences between Linux and NT
- What makes Linux stand out as a unique and desirable O/S for
a PC platform?
- Licensing issues / open source code / freeware in the Linux
- Configuration issues with Linux
- The file system and its implications
- Swap space
- The implication of Interprocess Communications
- The Linux client-server relationship
- Installation issues: Platforms, minimum hardware size
- What is involved in a user logging on to a Linux system?
What can go wrong?
- Troubleshooting issues - how do you approach tech support in
a Linux environment?
- Security issues and Permissions
- Developing software applications to run under Linux
- Human Factors: The Desktop Environment and Graphical User