Topic: Linux and McIntosh Operating Systems
For this assignment, you must post your initial post (250 - 300 words), addressing the questions below, prior to 11:55 p.m. Eastern Time on Wednesday of the class week.
Make sure you answer all THREE questions as stated in just one initial post - do not spread your answers across multiple posts. You may number your answers to correspond with the questions you are answering, but do not copy my questions into your posts. Your word count will be based only on your own words.
Make sure you post your answers in the body of your post and that you do not include any attachments with your post. Only the body of your post will be read and credited towards your grade.
Continue to follow your classmates' posts throughout the week and post at least two follow-up posts to a classmate (minimum of 100 words) by 11:55 p.m. Eastern Time on Sunday. Your follow-up post can add additional insight to a classmate's opinions or can challenge their opinions. Use examples from the readings, or from your own research, to support your views, as appropriate. Be sure to read the replies to your own posts throughout the remainder of the week and reply to any questions or requests for clarification from your classmates and your professor. Your word count will be based only on your own words and not on any quoted material from the post you are replying to or from any other sources.
Complete this forum thread by Sunday of Week 6.
- The Linux Operating System is becoming more popular every day due to its cost and availability. As in any operating system investigation, there are certain things that the investigator must look for, discuss these files and logs.
- How would you conduct an investigation of a Linux system?
- Apple Macintosh Operating System is also one of the top operating systems used. It differs from all of the other operating systems in many ways. Discuss how you would investigate an apple system, discuss the tools used and the files, logs and file systems.
Forum Grading Criteria
Forum Grading Criteria
Appropriate use of terms, correct spelling and grammar
Uses external resources validating position with applicable knowledge
Participation in forum with well-formed answers and conclusions
Posting to fellow classmates