Linux Training Self Paced
About Linux Training (Self-Paced):
Linux is an open source operating system. It was developed by Linus Torvalds at the University of Helsinki in Finland. It was designed to provide personal system users a free or very low cost operating system. Linux is based on UNIX operating system. Linux has a reputation as a fast performing, secured and very efficient system.
Our Linux training course provides ways to learn advanced level of courses. Linux is used for different tasks like for maintaining server, virtualization, monitoring and for general purpose. Android makes use of a Linux kernel, but relies very little on GNU tools.
What is Linux Self-Paced Course?
The Linux self-paced course includes a list of video sessions of complete modules. All video sessions are explained by the real time professional. Self-paced also includes study material that will help you to learn the subject more clearly. Complete videos and Linux for beginners study material you can access any number of times. If you get any doubts, you can clear those with our professional trainers by following some additional procedure.
Linux Course Target:
- Understand and use essential tools.
- Install and configure a Linux server for mission-critical corporate services.
- Integrate Linux within a multi-vendor environment.
- Create and configure file systems.
- Manage users and groups.
- Configure Linux to provide network services.
- Configure local storage and Operate running systems.
- Manage users, groups and security.
- Integrate Linux operating system within a multi-vendor environment.
- Customize and upgrade the Linux kernel.
- Manage user accounts, file systems, networking and system logs.
Linux Course Audience:
- Freshers or Aspirants who are seeking a career in the Linux administration field.
- Developers & Support Personnel.
- System administrator.
- Linux for beginners.
- Familiarity with operating system.
- Familiar with networking and IT concepts.
Linux course curriculum:
Module: 1. Introduction
Goal set: This Linux training module covers- Genesis of Unix and Linux, and other basic concepts of Linux operating system.
Topics: Genesis- UNIX & Linux, Concepts- Linux Operating System.
Module: 2. Linux Administration Basics
Goal set: This Linux training module covers- Linux commands, file system, provision of file permission and creation of files and directories.
Topics: Introduction – File System, best practices, Concepts – Creating, Removing, basic Linux commands, Copying, Moving files & Directories, Linux admin basics commands, File permissions.
Module: 3. Intermediate Command Line tools
Goal set: This Linux training module covers- soft links, Linux kernel, hard links, introduction to virtual machines, discussion on Linux mint, and basic VIM workflow.
Topics: soft links, hard links, discussion on Linux mint, Linux kernel, introduction to virtual machines, and basic VIM workflow.
Module: 4. Regular Expressions, Pipelines & I/O Re-directions
Goal set: This Linux training module covers- grasp on using Grep and basic regular expressions, etc in detail.
Topics: Introduction – Using Grep, Pipelines & Re-directions, Fundamentals-Basic Regular Expressions.
Module: 5. Installation
Goal set: This Linux training module covers- Grasp graphical installation of Linux and kick start installation, Etc in detail.
Topics: Introduction – Installation Graphically, Details- Kick Start Installation, Network Installation (using FTP, NFS & HTTP), Combining kickstart & NIW installation, Complete auto matool installation SAN Boot from EMC CLARiiON.
Module: 6. User & Group Linux Administration
Goal set: This Linux training module covers- Delete, Add, Create and Remove user group accounts and learn about L1/L2 task in real time in detail.
Topics: Basics – Creating & Deleting Users, Modifying Users Profile, and Files related to User Linux Administration, Creating & Removing Groups, and Adding & Removing Users to Groups, Procedure – L1 /L2 task in real time.
Module: 7. Controlling Access to Files
Goal set: This Linux tutorial module covers- Introduction – Restricting a particular user to use a file or directory, Applying File System Access Control List (ACL) and making a partition acl enabled.
Topics: Applying File System Access Control List (ACL), restricting a particular user to use a file or directory, making a partition acl enabled.
Module: 8. Managing SELinux
Goal set: This Linux tutorial module covers- Models, Basic concepts of SELinux, display and modify models, display and modify the file context in detail.
Topics: Introduction- Basic SELinux Security Concepts, SELinux Models, Display & Modify SELinux Models, Display & Modify SELinux File Context.
Module: 9. Managing Partitions & File Systems
Goal set: This Linux tutorial module covers- basic partition, Integrating with NetApp, file system and related information in detail.
Topics: Introduction – Diff type of FS like ext3, ext4, vfat etc, Fundamentals- Simple Partition & File System, Enabling Data Privacy with Partition Encryption, Managing Swap Space, Increasing & Decreasing swap spaces, Mounting a File system & Making it Permanent, Demonstrate- How to work with SAN FC & iSCSI-SAN(IP SAN) Disk, iSCSI on this to get disk from NetApp.
Module: 10. Logical Volume Management
Goal set: This Linux tutorial module covers- manage logical volume management, performing LVM graphically, extending and reducing a volume group and , FS related issues in real time in detail.
Topics: Introduction – Components of LVM, Implementation – LVM Storage, Creating Volume Groups & Logical Volumes, Extend a Logical Volume, Extending & reducing a Volume Group, Performing LVM Graphically and FS Related issues in Real time.
Module: 11. Network Configuration & Trouble Shooting
Goal set: This module covers- Networking, Nic-bonding and IP-aliasing.
Topics: Introduction- Networking, Understand- Network Configuration Files, Assigning IP Address, Troubleshooting, configuring Router as gateway & connecting to network, IP-aliasing, Nic-Bonding.
Module: 12. Job Automation
Goal set: This module covers- Cron Jobs, real time usage, restrictions and learn examples on network in detail.
Topics: Introduction- Using Cron jobs, Using At Jobs, Restricting Users from using Cron jobs, Real time usage of corn, various examples Network.
Module: 13. File Services (NFS)
Goal set: This module covers- necessary information on NFS, mounting an NFS directory, configuring server and real time issues in NFS in detail.
Topics: Introduction- Demons and workflow of NFS demons, Configuring NFS server, Mounting NFS Directory on Clients, Auto mounting NFS, Real time issues in NFS, DNS Server, Configuring DNS Server, Adding clients to DNS Server Client side configuration.
Module: 14. Mail Server
Goal set: This module covers- In-depth knowledge on configuration, mail server and MX records in Domain Network System.
Topics: Introduction – Mail Server, Configure Sent Mails, MX record in DNS.
Module: 15. DHCP Server
Module: 16. Proxy Server
Module: 17. VNC Server
Goal set: This module covers- VNC server, configuration, user access creation and loading into the server from VNC client in detail.
Topics: Introduction – Configuring VNC, Creating user access through VNC, Logging into server through VNC client.
Module: 18. File Transfer Protocol (FTP)
Goal set: This module covers- Introduction FTP, configuring FTP for anonymous user, download files and upload files and user restrictions on FTP.
Topics: Introduction – FTP, Configuration – FTP for anonymous users, upload files, download files, and user restriction for FTP, Configuring FTP for anonymous users.
Module: 19. SAMBA Server
Goal set: This module covers- SAMBA service, SAMBA server from windows clients and windows file sharing aspects.
Topics: Introduction – Configuring SAMBA service for file sharing with Windows, Connecting SAMBA server from Windows Client.
Module: 20. Web Server
Goal set: This module covers- Apache web server configuration, virtual web hosting, redirecting the website, name based web hosting and port based web hosting.
Topics: Introduction- Apache Web Server Configuration, Website redirection, Virtual web hosting, Port based web hosting, Name based web hosting.
Module: 21. Managing Process
Goal set: This module covers- monitoring, terminating and governing processes usage of top command clearly.
Topics: Introduction – Managing Process, Monitoring Processes, Terminating & Governing Processes, Setting up Priority of the Process, usage of Top command.
Module: 22. Boot Process
Goal set: This module covers- boot process, real time boot issues, repairing issues in a clear manner.
Topics: Introduction – Boot Process, Repairing Boot Issues, Real time Boot issues.
Module: 23. Recovering Root Password
Goal set: This module covers- SE Linux, recovery of super user password and recovery of the boot loader.
Topics: Introduction – Dealing with SE Linux to recover root password, Detail- Recovering the Super user Password, Recovering Boot Loader.
Module: 24. Managing Installed Services
Goal set: This module covers- managing installed services and various administrative levels.
Topics: Introduction – Starting, stopping, reloading & refreshing service, Explain – Managing Services, Confirm Service Availability, Making service enabled & disabled or various run levels.
Module: 25. Accessing a Remote System
Goal set: This module covers- SSH, SSH usage in real time and Password Less logging between two systems.
Topics: In this module of Linux training you have topics, Introduction – Using SSH, Generating Keys, Copying Pub Keys using “ssh-copyid” command, Password Less Logging between two Systems, Usage of SSH in real time.
Module: 26. Enhanced User Security
Goal set: This module covers- Configuration of SUDO, checking logs of SUDO users, Limitations and real time issues in detail.
Topics: Introduction – Configuring SUDO, Limiting SUDO Users, Checking logs of SUDO users, Real time issues & usage.
Module: 27. Disabling USB & CD Rom Drivers
Goal set: This module covers- blacklisting and disabling USB and that of CD-ROM to your better understanding.
Topics: Introduction – Blacklisting & Disabling USB, Blacklisting & Disabling CD-Rom.
Module: 28. Backup & Restore
Goal set: This module covers- backing up data, gzip files and un-compressing tar.
Topics: Introduction – Backing up data using tar, Applying gzip on tar file, Un-compressing tar and gzip files.
Module: 29. Installing Software
Goal set: This module covers- Linux admin commands, rmp commands, software installation, yum commands, yum server, yum repository and yum clients.
Topics: Introduction & Explanation – Using rmp command, Using yum command, creating yum repository, Configuration – yum server, yum clients.
Module: 30. Installing Power path Software
Goal set: This module covers- Deal SAN disks, load balancing and Multi-path, Real time issues.
Topics: Introduction – SAN disks, Disk Handling in Power Path, Concept – Multi-path & load balancing, Real time issues.
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