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Business and Computer Science

LINUX/UNIX and Web Server Administration

Course Code: CSC-246

Course Description : Builds on the basic understanding of LINUX/UNIX and shell programming developed in CSC 245. LINUX/UNIX is the dominant operating system of Internet routers and Web servers. This course covers the essential elements of designing a client/server LINUX/UNIX configuration, installing it, and keeping it running in an effective fashion. Local Area Networks (LANs), Wide Area Networks (WANs) and the TCP/IP protocol suite are a fundamental part of the LINUX/UNIX client-server configuration and are fully covered. The installation of LINUX/UNIX applications is also covered, with electronic mail tools and Web browsers as primary examples of these applications. The emphasis is on serving LINUX/UNIX client/server needs on a global basis as occurs in a modern multinational corporation.

Department Description : Accounting, Business and Legal Studies

  • Credit: 3 - 0
  • Lecture Hours: 2
  • Lab Hours: 3

Prerequisites:

CSC-245

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