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Linux Admin training Course Duration – 30 Hours
Overview of UNIX
History of Linux
Linux architecture
Kernel
Shell
Understanding Linux commands
Displaying system date and time : date
Displaying present and working users : who and whoami
Calculator : bc
Machine characteristics : uname
Knowing a terminal : tty
Displaying a calendar : cal
Displaying a message : echo and printf
Files System
Linux file Hierarchy Concepts
Listing files and Directories : ls
more and less command
The Seven Fundamental File types
Comparisons
cmp
comm
diff
Compressions
zip
compress
gzip
File attributes
chmod
chown
Filter Commands
which, wheris, locate whatis
find coammnds with attributes.
String Processing
head,tail
wc,sort,uniq
cut,paste
Process
Introduction Process concepts
Process basics
Process commands
Job Control
at,batch,cron
Shell
Configuring shell
Variables
Local variable
Environment Variable
Shell startup scripts
Login shell
Non-Login shell
Vi editor
Overview of vi editor
Three modes of vi editor
Saving and quitting
Navigation
System Administration
RedHat Installation (Text and Graphical Mode)Standalone Installation
NFS Installation
kickstart installation
User and Group Management
Creation of users and Groups
Understanding /etc/passwd,/etc/group, and /etc/shadow
File System Management
Disk partitioning
Managing partitions
Understanding file system
Creating file system ext/2 to ext/3
Converting file system ext/3 to ext/2
System Initialization
Boot sequence overview
Bios initialization
Boot loader
Kernel Services
Kernel overview
Kernel hardware support
Configuring kernel parameters
Network Configuration
Configuring Network Utilities
Network and Security Services
NFS Services
NFS Overview
NFS Advantages and Disadvantages
Configuring NFS Server
Configuring NFS Client
Configuring NFS Client with /etc/fstab file
Configuring NFS Client with Autmount services
FTP service
FTP Overview
Configuring ftp server and ftp clients
Configuring ftp server for anonymous users and real users
Securing ftp server
SAMBA Services