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SS880 - Introduction to Linux



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    This class is intended as a starting point for individuals new to Linux and UNIX. The class will center on basic UNIX/Linux concepts: logging in navigating the file system commands for interacting with files running and viewing processes checking disk space and other common tasks. The class will also cover the use of some services specific to Helix/Biowulf usage.


    Upon completion, users should be able to:
    • Log in
    • Access and view their files
    • Manage their running processes
    • Manage their quota/disk space
    • Transfer files to/from a UNIX/Linux system
    • Understand advanced topics as time permits

Reasonable Accommodations/Interpreting Services

For deaf or hard-of-hearing individuals requiring interpreting services, please enter your request online in the Interpreting Services System at least five (5) days before the start of the class. If you have any questions regarding this service you may contact the ORS/DATS Interpreting Team at (301-402-8180). Individuals who need other reasonable accommodations to participate in any of the CIT Training courses should let CIT Training know at least 5 days prior to the class.

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