- 5 hours
The Linux File System course describes the file structure within the Linux environment and explains how files are accessed, displayed and manipulated. Details of security measures in relation to Linux files is also provided. A number of general tasks associated with monitoring and managing the Linux file system are also discussed.
System operators and other personnel requiring knowledge of hierarchical file systems and the manipulation of files under Linux.
Basic knowledge of Linux.
After completing this course, the student will be able to:
- Describe the structure of a hierarchical file system
- Enter basic file system navigation and manipulation commands
- Explain how file permissions and security are implemented
- Identify how a Linux file system is managed
The Concept of Files
The Linux File System
Displaying File Attributes
Copying, Moving and Removing Files
Commonly Used Linux Directories
Using the FIND Utility
File System Security Measures
File and Directory Permissions
User Profiles and Permissions
General File System Housekeeping Utilities
Displaying Disk Space Usage
Searching for Files and Directories
Linux Backup and Compression Utilities
Defining User Space Quotas