|Title:||Linux System Administration
(Schedule is online)
|Linux Administration Projects
(materials for Spring 2014 preliminary)
|Computer Architecture CS270
|Synopsis:||This course meets weekly. You should read the Course
Information and Policy Statement
prior to attending.
This course has been completely rewritten to prepare students for the Redhat RHCSA exam.
This course has an accompanying set of lecture notes as well as a highly recommended text.
You must attend the first meeting in Batmale 413 on Tuesday Jan 14 6:10-10pm to be enrolled in this course.
Basic System Administration
This course is taught on Linux.
This course relies on good shell scripting skills at the level of CS160B.
|CS260P meets weekly beginning Wednesday March 19
The last course in the first certificate of Linux Administration.
This course begins Wednesday March 19 in Batmale 413. You must be present on the first day to be enrolled in the course.
Topics include the review or addition of these topics (review is indicated with *)
Three live exams, meant to approximate the certification exam (similar to Jang's text) are given in the later part of the term. Students must pass one of these exams (and meet a few other criteria) to pass the course.
This course relies on Linux Administration skills at the level of CS260A. Previous or concurrent enrollment in that class is required.
|CS270 meets weekly.
Text: Computer Organization and Design 4th Revised (green cover) Edition. Patterson and Hennessy, 2012
An introduction to computer architecture, assembly-language programming, logic design, and low-level CPU design and operation.
You must attend the first meeting in Batmale 413 on Friday Jan 10 2:10-6pm or Thursday Jan 16 6:10-10pm to be enrolled in this course.
CS270 relies on programming skills at the level of CS110B. Some experience with, or willingness to learn, basic Linux is also required.
|Times:||T 6:10-10pm Batmale 413||Batmale 413.
Begins Wednesday March 19
Fri beginning Jan 10 2-6pm (section 001)
Thurs beginning Jan 16 6:10-10pm (section 501)