3.0 hour(s) CEUs:
This course introduces users to the process of preparing a hard drive for use with the Linux operating system and explains the Linux boot process.
Identify the types of partitions that exist on a Linux system
Explain the capabilities of the disk formatting utilities fips and fdisk
Create primary partitions, swap partitions, and extended partitions with fdisk
Describe the Linux boot process
Identify and describe the contents of the /etc/inittab file
Describe the function of LILO
Safely shut down a Linux system
Creating a Primary Partition
Creating a Swap Partition
Creating an Extended Partition
Understanding File System Organization
Understanding the init Daemon
Shutting Down Linux
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