Introduction to System Architecture

Linux
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Linux can be found everywhere from Smartphones to PCs and data center servers. Let's look at the Linux architecture, how it interacts with peripherals, and how to determine and configure hardware settings.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • use Linux commands to enable and disable integrated peripherals
    configure a Linux system using locally connected peripherals like a keyboard and mouse
    configure a Linux system that is running headless or without an accessible keyboard or mouse
    describe the different types of mass storage devices Linux can access and how they appear in Linux
    recognize how Linux differentiates between cold and hot plug devices
  • use tools to display the hardware resources used by devices
    perform commands in Linux to view various hardware information
    use Linux commands to view and manipulate USB devices
    describe the sysfs, udev, and dbus virtual filesystems' purpose and basic usage

IN THIS COURSE

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    1. 
    Enable and Disable Integrated Peripherals
    6m 28s
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    2. 
    Configure Systems with Peripherals such as Keyboards
    5m 5s
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    3. 
    Configure Systems without External Peripherals
    6m 41s
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    4. 
    Differentiate between the Types of Mass Storage Devices
    3m 58s
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    The Differences between Cold and Hot Plug Devices
    3m 38s
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    Determine Hardware Resources for Devices
    5m 19s
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    Tools to List Various Hardware Information
    5m 20s
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    Tools and Utilities to Manipulate USB Devices
    4m 25s
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    Conceptual Understanding of sysfs, udev, dbus
    4m 54s

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