Certified Linux Server Administrator

The Linux operating system is flexible and scalable, and as an Open Source OS, it is continually improved upon and enhanced. In this course, you gain the knowledge and skills required to build, manage and fine-tune Linux platforms to meet your organization’s critical and ongoing IT needs.

In this course, we’ll look at what Linux is used for in the enterprise. Able to differentiate between different versions of Linux and understand to use in an enterprise environment. you will be able to demonstrate different Linux commands and how they are used. You will also be able to interact with a Linux system. we will explore Linux authentication mechanisms and how to add users and user controls to a Linux system. You should be able to demonstrate how to appropriately add users to a Linux machine and secure them, Managing Users and Groups, Linux File Security, Shell Scripting, The Linux File System, Controlling Processes, System Backups, Basic Networking, The Apache Web Server, Troubleshooting the System, NFS, NIS, DHCP, DNS and Introduction to System Security

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Duration

2 hours per day x 60 days

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Basic knowledge of computer

Red Hat Linux Server

Module look at what Linux is used for in the enterprise. Able to differentiate between different versions of Linux and understand to use in an enterprise environment. you will be able to demonstrate different Linux commands and how they are used. You will also be able to interact with a Linux system. we will explore Linux authentication mechanisms and how to add users and user controls to a Linux system. You should be able to demonstrate how to appropriately add users to a Linux machine and secure them. Learn about different servers Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol, DNS, Squid Proxy, Apache Web Server, File Transfer Protocol, Samba, Remote Desktop, Telnet, Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP)

  • UNIX, Linux and Open Source
  • What is Linux?
  • Directory structure of Linux
  • Linux Installation
  • Login Method in Linux
  • Run level
  • Find Your Way (ls , pwd , cd)
  • Create , Remove Directories and Files (mkdir , touch, rmdir ,rm)
  • Copy , Move and Rename files and directories
  • Cat Command
  • Less Command
  • Pipes and Redirects
  • Archive and Compress
  • Compression Tools
  • Archiving Tools
  • Symbolic Links
  • Shortcuts
  • Cat
  • Nano
  • Vi / Vim
  • String Processing ( head , tail ,wc, sort , cut ,paste )
  • String Process ( grep )
  • String Process (awk)
  • String Process (Sed)
  • Find and Locate
  • Users and Groups
  • /etc/passwd file
  • /etc/shadow file
  • /etc/group file
  • Adding Users
  • Modifying User Accounts
  • Deleting User Accounts
  • Working with Groups
  • Setting User Environments
  • Root Login
  • Sharing Superuser Privileges with Others (su and sudo Commands)
  • File Permissions
  • Directory Permissions
  • Octal Representation
  • Changing Permissions
  • Setting Default Permissions
  • SUID Bit
  • SGID Bit
  • Setting the Sticky Bit
  • Installing Packages Using RPM
  • Installing Packages Using Yum
  • Yum Repositories
  • Parted Utility
  • Fdisk Utility
  • Mounting a File System
  • The /etc/fstab File
  • Quota Managment
  • SWAP (Partitions and Files)
  • Logical Volume Manager (LVM)
  • Software RAID
  • Network Configuration
  • Network Tools
  • Network Clients (ssh , scp , ftp ,wget)
  • Rsync
  • Check the status of services
  • is service active , is service enabled?!
  • List the Active/Inactive state of loaded units
  • Start , Restart and Stop Services
  • Securing Shell (Change default port, Prevent root access)
  • Securing Shell (Public/Private Keys)
  • Securing shell ( managing ip allow and deny )
  • Install & Configuring anti viruses (ClamAV and LMD)
  • IPtables
  • APF and BFD
  • Process Management
  • VMSTAT and IOSTAT
  • LSOF
  • TCPdump
  • Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (dhcp)
  • DNS (Bind)
  • Squid Proxy
  • Apache Web Server
  • File Transfer Protocol (FTP)
  • Samba
  • Remote Desktop
  • Telnet
  • Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP)
  • PXE (Preboot eXecution Environment)
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