Module 13 Overview: Linux Devices

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Time
21 hours 25 minutes
Difficulty
Intermediate
CEU/CPE
21
Video Transcription
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>> Hey Cybrarians, welcome back to
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the Linux plus course here at Cybrary.
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I'm your instructor Ralph Gills.
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In today's lesson, we're going to move into
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Module 13 where we're going to cover Linux devices.
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Upon completion of this lesson,
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you're going to be able to understand the plan
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and content coverage for Module 13.
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Then we're going to determine
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the Linux device objectives covered on
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the Linux plus exam and how they
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relate to the content in this module.
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What will you take away from this module?
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Well, you're going to learn about
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Linux devices and device management commands.
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We're going to understand how these devices are
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managed by the Linux operating system.
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We're going to talk about how and where we can find
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device information and use Device Management commands.
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Finally, we're going to learn a little bit about how
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to troubleshoot device failure.
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In this module, we're going to talk about
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network devices and I/O devices.
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We're also going to discuss
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output devices and learn
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about printers and print devices.
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We're going to view device buses using
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>> the lsdev command.
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>> We're also going to examine
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the procfs in CFS file systems.
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We're going to learn about udev rules and
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use the udevadm command.
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Then we're also going to look at
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USB devices using lsusb,
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and we're going to use the lspci command
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to see PCI devices.
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Finally, we'll cover storage device buses and
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troubleshoot with dmesg and abrt.
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But with that, we've reached the end of this lesson.
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In this lesson, we covered the path
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forward for Module 13.
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We talked about the Linux device objectives on Linux
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plus examine and how they will map
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>> to the module content.
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>> Thanks so much for being here,
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and I look forward to seeing you in the next lesson.
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