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Course Description:

Linux Administration – v 6.5, 7.0

The Complete RHCE Track 

  • Linux Basic Administration-I
  • History of UNIX and LINUX
  • Advantages of LINUX
  • Linux products/services
  • Basics of OS, Kernel, Shell
  • Understanding the file system
  • Importance of Run levels
  • Running commands
  • Understanding the basic Shell
  • Vi, vim text edition
  • Basic system configuration tools
  • Creating users and groups
  • Basic file permissions
  • Investigating and managing processes
  • Basic networking in Linux


Linux System Administration-I

  • Installation of Linux
  • Objective: Interactive, NFS, FTP, HTTP, Kick start)
  • System initialization and Kernel initialization
  • Understanding INIT process
  • YUM Package installation
  • Objective: Installation and up gradation, verification of RPM)
  • User and Group Administration
  • Objective: Modifying user profile, assign users into different groups, quotas for users, users security files
  • Sudoers
  • Objective: understanding sudoers file
  • Objective: Adding users in to sudoers file
  • File permissions
  • Objective: Numeric Method
  • Objective: Character Method
  • Advanced file permission
  • Objective: SUID, SGID and Sticky bit
  • Objective: ACL’s
  • In – Depth Linux File system
  • Objective: Dis partition, Fdisk, e2label, mount, Umount, fstab, quotas on partition
  • SWAP
  • Objective: Understanding SWAP Partition
  • Objective: Creating the SWAP
  • Objective: Increase / Decrease SWAP partition size
  • Objective: Enable Quotas on Partitions
  • Objective: Create Quotas for users
  • JOB Schedulers
  • Objective: Crond job and AT Job
  • RAID – Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks
  • Objective: Implanting the different RAID levels
  • LVM – Logical Volume Manager
  • Objective: Creating logical volume, volume groups
  • Objective: Increase/decrease Lvm
  • Backup and Recovery
  • Objective: various types of backup media
  • Objective: Backup, Restore, Tar,CPIO commands
  • Networking Concepts
  • Objective: Creating IP Address
  • Objective: Monitoring, Route Network Traffic
  • Objective: Secure Network Traffic
  • Trouble shooting
  • Objective: Recover the password, recover the MBR, editing fstab, inittab , boot, grub.conf file, recover the in tab and bash


Linux Network Administration-II

  • NFS – Network File System
  • Objective: NFS Server and NFS Clients Exports directories for NFS Clients, NFS Security
  • NTP Server and Client Configuration
  • VNC Server and Client Configuration
  • FTP – File Transfer Protocol
  • Objective: Configuring FTP Server and client, with Security
  • Web Server / Apache or HTTPD
  • Objective: Configuring HTTPD Server for multiple sites, different types of virtual hosting, Authentication for HTTPD
  • Squid – Proxy Server
  • Objective: Configuring squid, and ACL’s
  • Objective: Configuring Samba server, File sharing with Authentication for samba service
  • DNS – Domain Naming Services
  • Objective: Understanding DNS services, Configuring DNS a primary /secondary
  • DHCP- Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
  • Objective: Configuring DHCP server for different clients and Authentication
  • Mail Server – (SMTP, POP3, IMAP)
  • Objective: Configuring SMTP (send mail) service, Configuring POP3/IMAP services, SSL’s
  • NIS – Network Information Service
  • Objective: Configuring NIS server and NIS client, Creating NIS users with authentication
  • LDAP- Lightweight Directory Access Protocol
  • Objective: Understanding and Implementation LDAP
  • IP Tables and SE Linux
  • Objective: TCP wrappers, Ip tables and SE Linux for local and network security
  • Virtualization with KVM


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Institute Info

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Duration : 30 DAYS Days
Course Fee : 6,000
Training Type : Online

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