About the Course
1.Classes are conducted as a individual trainer based on my experiance.
2. I dont have a training center, ready to teach online or at student place.
3.Sharing my real time experience and provide support to my student to get the job.
4.Student satisfaction is my main criteria.
Class start time IST Class end time (IST) Topics covered Students feedback
(want any repetition mention yes or no) Notes Provided
1.discussing course contents
2. Demonstrate about the virtual Lab set up.
3.install Skype, team viewer, VMware workstation
Install the LINUX OS on vartualbox
Discuss about different installation methods. Network configuration to access the users Linux box through putty for practice.
Discussion how real time installation procedure
• Planning: Hardware and Software Considerations
• Site Planning
• Installation Methods and Types
• Installation Classes
• Logical Volume Manager - LVM
• File System Overview
• Swap Partition Considerations
• Other Partition Considerations
• The Linux Boot Loader: grub
• Software Package Selection
• Adding and Configuring Peripherals
• Graphics Controllers
• Basic Networking Configuration
• Booting to Recovery Mode
Get Started with the GNOME Graphical Desktop
Get started with GNOME and edit text files with gedit
Manage Files Graphically with Nautilus
Get Help in a Graphical Environment
Configure Local Services
Configure the date and time and configure a printer.
Day 4 Linux Basic commands
Man, whatis, whereis ,pwd,cd,cd ~,cd -,
Path completion, ls, ls –a, ls –l, ls –lh,
Mkdir, mkdir –p,rmdir,rmdir –p, touch
Rm, rm –I, rm –rf,cp, cp –rf, mv,head,tail,more,less, cat
filesystem hierarchy standard.
Practice questions with answer for practice.
Day 5 Cat, grep, cut, wc, pip, date cal sleep time gzip gunzip zcat zmore bzip2 bunzip2 bzcat bzmore practice questions and answers
List of command for practice yes
Day 6 Echo Alias, unalias,
; semicolon, & ampersand, $? dollar question mark , && double ampersand, || double vertical bar,
combining && and ||
redirection and pipes
stdin, stdout, and stderr
practice question and answer.
Day 7 Editors vi, vim, gedit
Practical Examples of Linux Find,grep awk sed Commands
• Characteristics of Processes
• Parent-Child Relationship
• Examining Running Processes
• Background Processes
• Controlling Processes
• Signaling Processes
• Killing Processes
Day 10 • Setting Policies
• User File Management
• The /etc/passwd file
• The /etc/shadow file
• The /etc/group file
• The /etc/gshadow file
• Adding Users
• Modifying User Accounts
• Deleting User Accounts
• Working with Groups
• Setting User Environments
• Login Configuration Files
• File Permissions
• Directory Permissions
• Octal Representation
• Changing Permissions
• Setting Default Permissions
• Access Control Lists (ACLs)
• The getfacl and setfacl commands
• SUID Bit
• SGID Bit
• The Sticky Bit
DAY 13 Package management RPM installation dependency resolution removing the packages querying package information example installation and removing package.
Package management using YUM repository
Build you repo server through apache
Configure yum for clients
Install packages through yum
Updating the packages through yum
DAY 15 • Boot Sequence
• The upstart Daemon
• System Startup and Shutdown Scripts
• The Traditional /etc/inittab File
• Run Levels
• The chkconfig Command
• The service Command
• Network Adapters
• Shutdown Commands
• Handling Power Failures
DAY 16 LINUX disk management,
adding additional disk c
mounting temporary, mounting permanently unmounts
swap management creating swap partition
DAY 17 LVM CREATING PV
Increase VG size
Decrease vg size
Decrease LVM size
Mounting and unmounts volumes
Remove LVM disk decommission
Day 18 • Automating Processes
• cron and crontab
• at and batch
• System Processes (Daemons)
File compression commands TAR,
Cron examples creating cronjobs
Log messages different log files
Day 19 Web Server (Apache
• Basics of Web Service
• Introduction to Apache
• Configuring Apache for main site
Day 20 • Network Configuration and troubleshooting
• Static and dynamic IP configuration
• Setting up host name
• TCP/IP Fundamentals
• Review of Internet Addressing
• Network Services Overview
• Commonly Available Services
• Fundamental Network Configuration Files
• Network Control Scripts and Daemons
• Enabling Services Using xinetd
Day 21 NFS
• Using NFS to Access Remote File Systems
• Configuring the NFS Server
• Configuring the NFS Client
• Exporting File Systems from the NFS Server to the NFS Client
Day 22 Web based Administration
• Installing Webmin on Linux
• Administrating Linux machine remotely
• Using Webmin as a tool for configuring various services on Linux
Day 23 The Samba File Sharing Facility
• Using Samba to Connect Homogeneous File Systems (Linux-to-Linux)
• Using Samba to Connect Heterogeneous File Systems (Linux-to-Windows)
• Configuring Samba
• Uing the smbclient Command
• Mounting SMB Shares
Troubleshooting the System
• Common Problems and Symptoms
• Troubleshooting Steps
• Repairing General Boot Problems
• Repairing Boot Problems
• Repairing the GRUB Boot Loader
• Memory Allocation
• Hard Drive Problems
• System Logs
• System Logging with ryslogd
Day 25 FTP Server (vsftp daemon)
o Basics of File Transfer Protocol
o Configuring vsftpd for anonymous ftp service
DAY 26 SSH SCP WINSCP SSH PASSWORDLESS AUTHENTICATION
DAY 27 Covering missing topics
Day 28 Interview preparation mock interview
Day 29 Mock interview and resume preparation discussion
Day 30 Interview preparation covering missing topics
If student interested continue with the below topics.
Who should attend1.Student who wants to change their profile from windows to LINUX.
2.Students complete their education and looking for a system administration jobs.
3.Students who dont no enything in linux and interseted to learn.
This course will cover all aspects of RHCSA
Pre-requisites1.Basic computer knowldge.
What you need to bringCase1.If it is online class students shuld have a desktop or laptop with internet connection.
teamviewer vmware and skype should be installed.
case2. If they need classes at their place, students should have system with minimum 2 GB ram to support vmware."""""
Key TakeawaysLinux admins are in demand today. learning linux is mad easy only if you have learnt from realtime experts.
Linux is not at all difficult it is easiar then windows once you use to it.