About the Course
Linux System & Network Administration Course is an intensive course designed to rapidly train on skills required for Administering a Linux Server. This course gets a person to advanced levels of Linux Administration. It provides training from fundamental concepts relating to User Administration with live demonstrations and emphasis on administration through shell commands. The course is offered on the latest version of Linux.
Topics CoveredLinux Basics:
1) Linux usage basics.
2) Getting helps.
3) Filesystem hierarchy and all basic commands.
4) Creating the users and groups.
5) Setting permissions.
6) Shell features.
7) Standard Input Output redirection.
8) Text processing tools.
9) Vim editor.
10) Investigating and managing processing.
11) Basic system configuration tools.
12) Finding files and processing.
13) Basic network commands.
14) Users, groups and permissions in advanced.
15) Process management.
16) Linux filesystem in depth.
1) Boot sequence.
2) Rpm command and yum configuration.
3) Managing user account and password policys.
4) Network configurations.
5) Managing partitions with ext4 filesystem.
6) LVM. (reducing, extending lvm, extending volume group, snapshot).
7) Creating Kickstart configuration files and installation using kickstart.
8) Ssh key based password less authentication.
9) Accessing files from NFS(network file share) and SAMBA.
10) Authenticating the users from LDAP (light weight access protocol) server.
11) Managing groups and ACL ( access control list) permission.
12) Enabling and disabling the selinux, chaniging the file context, managing selinux booleans and
13) Managing the installed services and chkconfig command.
14) Managing the log messages.
15) Kernel parameters and kernel modules removing and loading.
1. securing the files with GnuPG; describe about symmetric and asymmetric
2.rpm and yum advanced (rpm building).
3.Bash shell scripting.
4.Monitoring network traffics.
5.Ldap authentication with kerberos and sudo.
6.Configuring router with sysctl command and changing kernel parameters.
7.Configuring ISCSI storage and accessing storage with encrypted
8. Log messages and monitoring tools.
9. IPTABLES and SSH port forwarding.
10.NTP(Network Time Protocol server) configuation.
12.Apache server configuration; virtual hosts, ip based webhosting,
authentication methods, SSL certificate and deploy an SSL-encapsulated
13.Postfix mail server configuration.
14.FTP server configuration.
15.NFS server configuration.
16.SAMBA server configuration.
Who should attendwho want to start/change there carrier to Linux administration
Pre-requisitesPrevious operating system administration experience is helpful but not required
What you need to bringLaptop for class but not necessary
Key TakeawaysAt the completion of this course, students can able to work as a linux administrator and can also pass the RHCE exam