1. Know who developed Linux.
  2. Understand the process of temporarily moving memory (RAM) contents to the hard drive.
  3. Understand the function of the Logical Volume Manager.
  4. Know what the top of the directory tree is called and how it is referred to.
  5. Know the different architectures that Fedora can be installed on.
  6. Know the difference between a X Window Manager and a Desktop Manager / Environment and what each does.

  7. Know the top of screen GNOME menus.

  8. Understand how and what an application launcher does.

  9. Know what the application Konqueror and Nautilus do.

  10. Understand how GNOME applets take affect.

  11. Understand the operation of GNOME and minimizing a window.

  12. Know how to start the X GUI runlevel from the CLI

  13. Know how to create a copy of a file.

  14. Know how to display the contents of a directory.
  15. Know how to rename a file or directory.
  16. Know the internal commands of vi / vim to move, insert, delete, save, and terminate.
  17. Know the different commands that can be used to display a file and the benefits of each.
  18. Know how to list the users that are logged onto   a system.
  19. Know how to change to a different directory, and the specific command to chang to one's home directory.
  20. Know how to copy a file or directory to another location.
  21. Know how to display the contents of a directory.
  22. Know how to relocate or rename a file or directory.
  23. Know all of the options to display the contents of a file.
  24. Know how to display the logged on users of a system.
  25. Know how to change to another directory and all of the options
  26. Know how to move a utility running in the background to the foreground.
  27. Know how to change the permissions to a file.
  28. Know the base commands used in the vi / vim editor.
  29. Know how to search a text for a specified string

  30. Understand the concept of a multiple-branch...