Online training of Linux Administration

Linux Administration

Linux system administration is one of the most in-demand skills in IT. Whether you're looking for expert test prep for the Linux Foundation Certified System Administration certification, need training to help start a new Linux IT career, transition to Linux from another platform, or you're just brushing up on your sysadmin skills, this course will teach you what you need to know.

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Course Details

Duration: 40 hours Effort:8 hours per week

Price With GST: ₹17700/-

Subject: Networking Level: Beginner
Prerequisites
Experience with common UNIX/Linux user-level commands, such as for moving, copying and editing files. Attendance at HOTT's UNIX/Linux Fundamentals course provides a solid foundation..

About this course

This course is designed to provide students with the necessary skills and abilities to work as a professional Linux system administrator. Students should have basic knowledge of Linux and its most common utilities and text editors.

What you'll learn


Basic Linux

  • Brief introduction of Unix
  • Brief introduction of Linux and its distributers
  • Difference between Unix and Linux
  • Red Hat Linux Versions
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux Versions
  • Directory Structure and its use
  • Different Terminal
  • Different Desktop
  • User account types
  • Installation with automatic partitioning
  • Installation with manual partition
  • Log file created after installation
  • Default kickstart file
  • Pwd, ls, cd /, cd ~ , cd .. , mkdir, cd, ls, touch, cat, more, sort, sed, cp, mv, mv, rm, cmp, diff, su, clear, eject, history, wc, cal, whoami, id, date, whatis, --help, man, ctrl+c, q, ps, top, kill, init 6, init 0, reboot, shutdown, find, locate, grep, alias, whereis, du, df, free, mount, umount, hostname, uptime, nslookup, bc, passwd, logout, uname, tput, echo etc
  • Color indication for files and directory
  • Color indication for linked file and executable file
  • Using tar and gip command
  • Vi, vim, nano, emacs, pico, lime etc.
  • Creating and modifying files
  • Commands to save and exit
  • Commands to exit without saving
  • Using “set nu” command
  • Introduction and use of linked file
  • Use of inode number
  • Creating hard and soft link
  • Difference between hard and soft link
  • Creating user, setting password, modifying user, deleting user
  • Creating Group, Deleting Group
  • Adding users in group
  • Important files related to user and group
  • Introduction and use of kernel and shell
  • Command related with kernel and Shell
  • Knowing system detail with “uname” command
  • Staring Services
  • Stopping Services
  • Knowing status of service
  • Changing service startup from manual to automatic
  • How to access CD/DVD
  • How to access Pen drive or external hard drive
  • Mounting and un mounting devices

Server administration

  • Knowing chmod, umask, chown and ACL
  • Setting permissions for users, group and others
  • Checking permissions from group and other users
  • Important file associated with booting process
  • Knowing booting process sequence
  • Modifying inittab file or target file
  • Knowing different run levels
  • Changing runlevel and checking its effect
  • Troubleshooting runlevel problem
  • Recovering root password without DVD
  • Recovering root password with DVD
  • Enabling grub password
  • Disabling grub password
  • Recovering grub password
  • Installing Windows and Linux in same hardware
  • Installing Red Hat and other Linux in same hardware
  • Accessing Files from each other
  • Modifying grub file to change default boot process of other OS
  • Problem aroused due to wrong editing in grub file
  • Problem aroused due to accidently deleted grub file
  • Installing , Uninstalling and Updating Packages
  • Introduction and use, Lab Practical
  • Configuring YUM repository
  • Installing features through YUM
  • Uninstalling features through YUM
  • Modifying features through YUM
  • Different desktop environment
  • Installing KDE, How to use KDE
  • Difference between GNOME and KDE
  • Installing ( KVM, Qemu, Unity etc)
  • Installing guest OS in Virtual PC
  • Adding disks and partitioning
  • Formatting with different file system
  • Accessing additional Partition
  • Introduction and importance
  • Different RAID level and configuration
  • Basic keywords in shell scripting
  • Creating shell script file
  • Executing script file
  • Using at command to create task
  • Using crontab to schedule task
  • Create task to execute one time and multiple time automatically
  • Installing printer driver
  • Configuring and using in GUI and CUI mode
  • Use and importance
  • Creating PV, VG, LV etc

Network administration

  • Theoretical detail ( IPv4 and IPv6)
  • Public IP and Private IP
  • IP address configuration
  • Sending and receiving files and directories
  • Configuring a centralize yum server
  • Configuring multiple yum clients
  • Introduction and use
  • Configuring Linux Server –Linux Client
  • Configuring Linux Server – Window Client
  • Introduction and use
  • Configuring Linux Server –Linux Client
  • Configuring Linux Server – Window Client
  • Difference between telnet and SSH
  • Introduction and use
  • Configuring Linux Server –Linux Client
  • Configuring Linux Server – Window Client
  • Enable, Disable, adding specific services
  • Introduction and use
  • Configuring Linux Server –Linux Client
  • Configuring Linux Server – Window Client
  • Introduction and use
  • Configuring Linux Server –Linux Client
  • Configuring Linux Server – Window Client
  • Restricting user, IP, Services etc.
  • Introduction and use, DORA process
  • Advantages and disadvantages
  • Configuring Linux Server –Linux Client
  • Configuring Linux Server – Window Client
  • Introduction and configuration
  • Introduction and configuration
  • Normal configuration through http, ftp or NFS
  • Automated installation through kickstart file
  • Introduction and use
  • Types of DNS zone, DNS server
  • Internet domain structure
  • Configuring DNS master and Slave
  • Introduction and use
  • Blocking sites, System, keywords, Time setting etc
  • Introduction to cluster
  • Introduction to shared storage
  • Configuration
  • NIC teaming with multiple NIC
  • Installation, configure password etc.
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Course Video
  • 1-Brief introduction of Unix
  • 2-Brief introduction of Linux and its distributers
  • 3-Difference between Unix and Linux
  • 4-Red Hat Linux Versions
  • 5-Red Hat Enterprise Linux Versions
  • 6-Directory Structure and its use
  • 7-Different Terminal
  • 8-Different Desktop
  • 9-User account types
  • 1-Installation with automatic partitioning
  • 2-Installation with manual partition
  • 1-Log file created after installation
  • 2-Default kickstart file
  • 1-Pwd, ls, cd /, cd ~ , cd .. , mkdir, cd, ls, touch, cat, more, sort, sed, cp, mv, mv, rm, cmp, diff, su, clear, eject, history, wc, cal, whoami, id, date, whatis, --help, man, ctrl+c, q, ps, top, kill, init 6, init 0, reboot, shutdown, find, locate, grep, alias, whereis, du, df, free, mount, umount, hostname, uptime, nslookup, bc, passwd, logout, uname, tput, echo etc
  • 1-Color indication for files and directory
  • 2-Color indication for linked file and executable file
  • 1-Vi, vim, nano, emacs, pico, lime etc
  • 2-Creating and modifying files
  • 3-Commands to save and exit
  • 4-Commands to exit without saving
  • 5-Using “set nu” command
  • 1-Introduction and use of linked file
  • 2-Use of inode number
  • 3-Creating hard and soft link
  • 4-Difference between hard and soft link
  • 1-Creating user, setting password, modifying user, deleting user
  • 2-Creating Group, Deleting Group
  • 3-Adding users in group
  • 4-Important files related to user and group
  • 1-Introduction and use of kernel and shell
  • 2-Command related with kernel and Shell
  • 3-Knowing system detail with “uname” command
  • 1-Staring Services
  • 2-Stopping Services
  • 3-Knowing status of service
  • 4-Changing service startup from manual to automatic
  • 1-How to access CD/DVD
  • 2-How to access Pen drive or external hard drive
  • 3-Mounting and un mounting devices
  • 1-Knowing chmod, umask, chown and ACL
  • 2-Setting permissions for users, group and others
  • 3-Checking permissions from group and other users.
  • 1-Important file associated with booting process
  • 2-Knowing booting process sequence
  • 1-Modifying inittab file or target file
  • 2-Knowing different run levels
  • 3-Changing runlevel and checking its effect
  • 4-Troubleshooting runlevel problem
  • 1-Recovering root password without DVD
  • 2-Recovering root password with DVD
  • 1-Enabling grub password
  • 2-Disabling grub password
  • 3-Recovering grub password
  • 1-Installing Windows and Linux in same hardware
  • 2-Installing Red Hat and other Linux in same hardware
  • 3-Accessing Files from each other
  • 4-Modifying grub file to change default boot process of other OS
  • 1-Problem aroused due to wrong editing in grub file
  • 2-Problem aroused due to accidently deleted grub file
  • 1-Installing , Uninstalling and Updating Packages
  • 1-Introduction and use, Lab Practical
  • 1-Configuring YUM repository
  • 2-Installing features through YUM
  • 3-Uninstalling features through YUM
  • 4-Modifying features through YUM
  • 1-Different desktop environment
  • 2-Installing KDE, How to use KDE
  • 3-Difference between GNOME and KDE
  • 1-Installing ( KVM, Qemu, Unity etc)
  • 2-Installing guest OS in Virtual PC
  • 1-Adding disks and partitioning
  • 2-Formatting with different file system
  • 3-Accessing additional Partition
  • 1-Introduction and importance
  • 2-Different RAID level and configuration
  • 1-Basic keywords in shell scripting
  • 2-Creating shell script file
  • 3-Executing script file
  • 1-Using at command to create task
  • 2-Using crontab to schedule task
  • 3-Create task to execute one time and multiple time automatically
  • 1-Installing printer driver
  • 2-Configuring and using in GUI and CUI mode
  • 1-Use and importance
  • 2-Creating PV, VG, LV etc
  • 1-Theoretical detail ( IPv4 and IPv6)
  • 2-Public IP and Private IP
  • 3-IP address configuration
  • 1-Sending and receiving files and directories
  • 1-Configuring a centralize yum server
  • 2-Configuring multiple yum clients
  • 1-Introduction and use
  • 2-Configuring Linux Server –Linux Client
  • 3-Configuring Linux Server – Window Client
  • 1-Introduction and use
  • 2-Configuring Linux Server –Linux Client
  • 3-Configuring Linux Server – Window Client
  • 4-Difference between telnet and SSH
  • 1-Introduction and use
  • 2-Configuring Linux Server –Linux Client
  • 3-Configuring Linux Server – Window Client
  • 1-Enable, Disable, adding specific services
  • 1-Introduction and use
  • 2-Configuring Linux Server –Linux Client
  • 3-Configuring Linux Server – Window Client
  • 1-Introduction and use
  • 2-Configuring Linux Server –Linux Client
  • 3-Configuring Linux Server – Window Client
  • 4-Restricting user, IP, Services etc.
  • 1-Introduction and use, DORA process
  • 2-Advantages and disadvantages
  • 3-Configuring Linux Server –Linux Client
  • 4-Configuring Linux Server – Window Client
  • 1-Introduction and configuration
  • 1-Introduction and configuration
  • 1-Normal configuration through http, ftp or NFS
  • 2-Automated installation through kickstart file
  • 1-Introduction and use
  • 2-Types of DNS zone, DNS server
  • 3-Internet domain structure
  • 4-Configuring DNS master and Slave
  • 1-Introduction and use
  • 2-Blocking sites, System, keywords, Time setting etc
  • 1-Introduction to cluster
  • 2-Introduction to shared storage
  • 3-Configuration
  • 1-Installation, configure password etc.
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