The course is targeted at system administrators with a non-Linux background or those who need to expand their existing Linux skills. Some concepts are entry-level, while others are more specialized. The content provides a solid foundation.
Red Hat Linux System Administration
Red Hat Systems Administrators, who work on Linux operating systems, configure, implement, and deploy systems and take care of security issues, besides managing system backups and adding and removing users. They will be part of a team that handles daily tickets and devises and implements technology solutions.
They need to be good team players with excellent communication skills. Red Hat Systems Administrators also need to have an analytical bent of mind and competent problem-solving skills.
Some companies, however, need administrators to pass an agency background investigation before they start working for them.
- Introduction and history of Linux 00:00:00
- Graphical installation of Linux 00:00:00
- Introduction to the command line and shells (Login/Non-Login Files) 00:00:00
- Basic Commands 00:00:00
- The Linux file hierarchy 00:00:00
- Intermediate commands 00:00:00
- File Handling and Redirections 00:00:00
- Advanced commands 00:00:00
- Backup and compression 00:00:00
- Introduction to “user” and “group” concept, creating user, setting passwords 00:00:00
- The login Files: passwd, shadow, group, gshadow, useradd & login.defs 00:00:00
- Applying options in ‘useradd’ and ‘usermod’ 00:00:00
- Changing file ownership and group ownership 00:00:00
- Checking and changing file permissions with ‘Text’ and ‘Number’ Mode 00:00:00
- Special Permission: File Access Control List 00:00:00
- Special Permission: Sticky Bit 00:00:00
- Special Permission: SGID 00:00:00
- Special Permission: SUID 00:00:00
- Understanding the default file permission with UMASK 00:00:00
- The 6 Step booting process 00:00:00
- Examining the bootloader file: grub.conf 00:00:00
- The “inittab” file and Learning “Run Levels” 00:00:00
- Linux Password Recovery and Security 00:00:00
- Understanding services: The init.d & rc.d directories. 00:00:00
- Software Installation using RPM 00:00:00
- Software Installation using YUM 00:00:00
- Package query 00:00:00
- Uninstalling softwares 00:00:00