Jun 24, 2024  
2023-2024 Catalog 
    
2023-2024 Catalog [PAST CATALOG]

CTS 222 - UNIX/LINUX System Administration

4 credit hours - Three hours of lecture and two hours of laboratory weekly; one term.
Formerly CSI 236 - UNIX/LINUX System Administration

Learn loading, configuring and maintaining UNIX operating systems. Focus on popular UNIX operating systems such as Redhat LINUX and SUN’s SOLARIS UNIX operating system. Learn theory and hands-on implementation of the boot-up and shutdown process, file system creation and structure, system maintenance and security, network file system (NFS), network information system (NIS) and UNIX IP network configuration and maintenance. Presents tools and concepts to become a junior-level UNIX system administrator. Lab fee $2.

Prerequisite(s): CTS 120 .

Note: Typically offered OL; fall and spring term.

Course Outcomes:
 

  • Experience loading, configuring, and maintaining a UNIX Operating System
    • Demonstrate an understanding of the UNIX directory structure
    • Boot and shutdown a UNIX system
    • Customize the boot-up and shutdown process
    • Add, remove and configure peripheral devices
  • Learn theory and hands-on implementation of the boot-up and shutdown process, file system creation and structure, system maintenance and security.
    • Add and remove  software
    • Establish and maintain a  secure system
    • Implement system back-up and restoration strategies
  • Configure network file system (NFS), network information system (NIS) and UNIX IP network configuration and maintenance.
    • Implement networking management strategies
    • Demonstrate an understanding of the theory and the implementation of address translation
    • Demonstrate an understanding of the theory and the implementation of  network file sharing (NFS)
  • Presents tools and concepts to become a junior-level UNIX system administrator.
    • Demonstrate an understanding of the theory and the implementation process of  proven strategies for  file system and user administration management
    • Use UNIX mail and printer client operations and administration