SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 SP2 Fundamentals Training

Course #3115


SUSE Linux Enterprise Server is a highly reliable, interoperable and manageable server operating system that enables firms to cost-effectively and securely deliver mission critical services. In this class, you will be introduced to the fundamentals of Linux and gain a basic understanding of the core features of the SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 Operating System. Course 3115 is the first course in the CLA and LPIC-1 curriculum developed for SUSE Linux Enterprise 11.2

These are essential and prerequisite to learning the skills of an entry level Linux administrator or help desk technician in an enterprise environment.

During this course, you learn the following concepts and skills fundamental to understanding SLES 11.2:

  • First Steps with Linux
  • Use the Linux Desktop
  • Locate and Use Help Resources
  • Manage Linux File System
  • Work with the Linux Shell and Command Line
  • Administer Linux with YaST
  • Manage User, Groups, and Permissions
  • Use Linux Text Editors
  • Manage Software with RPM
  • Content Specific to the LPIC-1 Exam in the Addendum


Before taking this course, you are required to have only basic computer skills on any operating system. This course is designed for people who are beginners with the Linux operating system. Knowledge of any desktop operating system is sufficient.


This course is designed for those who have little or no experience with Linux and who are seeking a fundamental understanding of the SUSE Linux Enterprise 11.2 operating system. It is also ideal for those who want to begin preparing for the Novell Certified Linux Administrator 11.2 Exam or the Linux Professional Institute LPIC-1 exams.


SECTION 1: First Steps with Linux
  • Objective 1: Overview of the Linux Desktop
  • Objective 2: Use the GNOME Desktop Environment
  • Objective 3: Access the Command Line Interface from the Desktop

. SECTION 2: Locate and Use Help Resources

    Objective 1: Access and Use man Pages
  • Objective 2: Use info Pages
  • Objective 3: Access release Notes and White Papers
  • Objective 4: Use GUI-Based Help
  • Objective 5: Find Help on the Web

SECTION 3: Manage Linux File System

  • Objective 1: Understand the File System Hierarchy Standard (FHS)
  • Objective 2: Identify File Types in the Linux System
  • Objective 3: Change Directories and List Directory Contents
  • Objective 4: Create and View Files
  • Objective 5: Work with Files and Directories
  • Objective 6: Find Files on Linux
  • Objective 7: Search File Content

SECTION 4: Work with the Linux Shell and CLI

  • Objective 1: Get to Know the Command Shells
  • Objective 2: Understand the Multiuser Environment
  • Objective 3: Execute Commands at the Command Line
  • Objective 4: Get to Know Common Command Line Tasks
  • Objective 5: Understand Command Syntax and Special Characters
  • Objective 6: Use Piping and Redirection

SECTION 5: Administer Linux with YaST

  • Objective 1: Get to Know YaST
  • Objective 2: Network-config with YaST
  • Objective 3: Add a printer
  • Objective 4: Software Management with YaST
  • Objective 5: Understand the Role of SuSEconfig

SECTION 6: Manage Users, Groups, and Permissions

  • Objective 1: Manage User and Group Accounts with YaST
  • Objective 2: Describe Basic Linux User Security Features
  • Objective 3: Manage User and Group Accounts from the CLI
  • Objective 4: Manage File Permissions and Ownership
  • Objective 5: Ensure File System Security

SECTION 7: Use Linux Text Editors

  • Objective 1: Get to Know Linux Text Editors
  • Objective 2: Us the Editor vi to Edit Files

SECTION 8: Manage Software with RPM

  • Objective 1: Manage RPM Software Packages
  • Objective 2: Manage RPM Software Sources/Catalogs with ZYpp
  • Objective 3: Update and Patch SLE

Course 3101 and 3102 LPIC-1 Addendum:

  • Objective 1: Use Debian Package Management
  • Objective 2: yum Package Management
  • Objective 3: SQL Data Management
  • Objective 4: Install and Configure X11
  • Objective 5: Message Transfer Agent (MTA) Basics
  • Objective 6: Fundamentals of TCP/IP

Delivery Options

In-Classroom Live Online Self-Study
This is traditional instructor-led classroom training. Students are taught in person using classroom computers for labs. Still instructor-led, this method allows students to participate remotely using a home or office computer with a microphone and earphones. Classroom computers are used over the Internet to complete labs. Materials used in the classroom are provided. No instructor or computers provided. Can be studied at student's own pace.
Length: 3 Days Length: 3 Days Length: N/A
Cost: $1695.00 Cost: $1695.00 Cost: $595.00
More Info about In-Classroom More Info about Live Online Order Self-Study Kit

Upcoming Classes

Back to List of Courses

Prices do not include applicable taxes.