This course takes an in-depth look at Linux, a popular variant of UNIX, and
examines theoretical concepts common to both operating systems. Also, this
course will adopt a practical hands-on approach for these systems. Along with
examining Linux file systems, identifying running processes, creating logical volumes, and configuring permissions, access control, and SELinux. The students will also learn how manage users, groups, deploying and installing software, maintaining systems, and managing Linux core services. Formerly listed as CIS 299, not open to students who have successfully completed CIS 299. Prerequisites: CSC* 101.