· Course Information
· Assignment Schedule
· CCC Confer Readiness Wizard
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Welcome to online Introduction to UNIX & Linux! You'll find recorded lectures and transcripts from the Spring 2017 course on the Modules page of your course material on the Cisco Networking Academy site. Here's
how to get started:
- By the start of the semester, your instructor will add your account to the Linux Essentials course material on the Cisco Networking Academy, so you can log in and begin working.
- If you already have a Cisco Networking Academy or Cisco Netspace account from a previous course, please use that user name and password to log in.
- If you do not have a previous Cisco Networking Academy account, look for a course invitation email by the start of the course. You may see a Subject line containing "Cisco NetSpace Login Information". Follow the directions to establish your user name and password. If you do not find an invitiation email, even in your Junk or Spam folder, please contact your intstructor immediately.
- Read the Course Information.
- Read the Assignments & Exams Schedule.
a new account on the Student server student.santarosa.edu. See Student
Server Account Application below.
- Get a secure terminal
program, so you can work at the Student server's Linux command line.
- Launch the CCC Confer Readiness Wizard, to prepare yourself and your computer
for the online recorded lectures.
- In the Cisco Networking Academy course material, open the Modules section for the assignments and lecture recordings.
Server Account Application
As part of your practice, you may use a remote Linux command
line to the SRJC Student server, which runs the CentOS distribution. The Student server assigns
you a user name and password.