LFD301 Introduction to Linux, Open Source Development, and GIT
Linux is exploding, and the demand for Linux developers has never been stronger. This course will introduce you to the world of Linux development and…
|Delivery||Blended, Classroom, Virtual Classroom|
|Accreditor||The Linux Foundation|
What is included in LFD301 Introduction to Linux, Open Source Development, and GIT
Linux is exploding, and the demand for Linux developers has never been stronger. This course will introduce you to the world of Linux development and give you the background and training you need to start working with Linux. If you’ve been thinking about getting into Linux development, this is the best place to start!
Duration: 4 Days
Domain: Solution Development and Deployment
Delivery Method: Blended, Classroom, Virtual Classroom
Accreditor: The Linux Foundation
Available Languages: English
Purchase Options: Pay Per Use Courseware
This course is for participants who are already experienced computer users on another operating system, but have limited or no experience working in a Linux environment.
At the end of this course, you will be:
- Able to learn what the main ingredients are in a Linux system and how to use them, includes:
- History of Linux and what differentiates it from other UNIX-like operating systems.
- Role of various Linux Distributions.
- Overview of the system architecture, including the roles of and choice of graphical environments and desktop managers.
- Sources of documentation and help.
- Available editors.
- Work with files and directories and manipulating their contents.
- Control of user accounts, passwords.
- Filesystems and access rights.
- Use bash and other command shells.
- Installation methods and options.
- Software management, packaging, patching and upgrading.
- Command shells, user directories, environments.
- Partitioning and filesystems.
- System boot and initialization and service management.
- Understand the usage of major components such as memory and swap.
- Networking and threading models.
- Available tools including file transfer tools, debugging and tracing aids, log files, and performance and monitoring tools.
- Aspects of compiling and using libraries.
- Work with Java under Linux.
- How to construct software packages suitable for installation of all major Linux distributions.
- Comfortable enough to use Linux as your daily development system, upon mastering this material.
- Rapidly come up to speed on Git’s concepts, basic commands, and how they are used in everyday life. Upon mastering the material, you will have a basic understanding of:
- How Git compares with other revision control systems and what concepts need to be grasped when using Git.
- Methods of creating new repositories or cloning already existing ones.
- How to commit new changes, review revision histories, and examine differences with older versions.
- How to work with different branches, merge repositories, and work with a distributed development team.
- Learn how to use the essential features of Git from the given Hands-on laboratory exercises.
Module 1: Introduction
Module 2: Open Source Software
Module 3: Use Open Source Software?
Module 4: OSS Licensing and Legal Issues
Module 5: Linux and the Operating System
Module 6: Graphical Environments and Interfaces
Module 7: Getting Help
Module 8: Text Editors
Module 9: Shells, bash, and the Command Line
Module 10: System Components
Module 11: System Administration
Module 12: Essential Command Line Tools
Module 13: Command and Tool Details
Module 14: Users and Groups
Module 15: Bash Scripting
Module 16: Files and Filesystems
Module 17: Filesystem Layout
Module 18: Linux Filesystems
Module 19: Compiling, Linking and Libraries
Module 20: Java Installation and Environment**
Module 21: Building RPM and Debian Packages
Module 22:Introduction to GIT
Module 23:Git Installation
Module 24:Git and Revision Control Systems
Module 25: Using Git: an Example
Module 26: Git Concepts and Architecture
Module 27: Managing Files and the Index
Module 28: Commits
Module 29: Branches
Module 30: Diffs
Module 32: Merges
Module 33: Managing Local and Remote Repositories
Module 33: Using Patches
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