CFS 264 Computer and Operating Systems Fundamentals II
This course covers the fundamental concepts of a multi-user operating system. The topics discussed in the course are conventional computer organization and architecture, memory management, process handling, disk and file management and control, and peripherals operation. Students also have the opportunities to learn the techniques and procedures of system installation, configuration, administration, and trouble shooting. The operating systems illustrated in the course are Linux and Unix.
First day attendance is mandatory.Note: Students are responsible to both be aware of and abide by prerequisites for CFS and ICS courses for which they enroll, and will be administratively dropped from a course if they have not met prerequisites.
4 Undergraduate credits
Effective August 27, 2005 to present
- Articulate the primary principles and foundations of a multi-user operating system and standards for a layered network.
- Articulate the procedures and tools for trouble-shooting in a distributed environment.
- Identify different file systems, recognize various data types, and find the location of a target document.
- Perform basic tasks of system installation, configuration, and administration.
- Apply the access control mechanisms of an operating system to meet security and access requirements of users.
- Use proper tools to monitor the traffic of a network, summarize system activities, and identify potential security vulnerabilities.
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