The course Linux Administration helps you to work with Linux systems. Linux is an operating system, which is available as fre...
Mode Of Delivery
Module 1: Fundamentals Of Linux
Linux Introduction: Development of Linux, Linux Distributions Structure of Linux Operating System, Logging In and General Orientation, The X Window System, KDE, GNOME, File Manipulation and Commands: Navigating the File Systems, Managing Files, File Permission and Access, Shell Basics, Shell Advanced Features, File Name Generation, Common UNIX commands
Module 2: Administration Of Linux OS
Monitoring Linux: Installing Linux, Configuring Disk Devices, Creating and Managing File Systems, File System Backup, Kickstart Installation, Linux Boot Loaders, Linux Kernel Management, Linux File Management: Managing User Accounts, Understanding File Listing, Ownership and Permission, Managing Software using RPM, Connecting to Network, Linux Network Services, Setting up a Printer
Module 3: Networking And Process Management
Filters and Networking in Linux: Redirection- Input, Output, Error, Filters and Pipes, Network Connectivity, IP address, Accessing Remote system, Transferring files, and Internet configuration, Process Control: Identifying Process, Managing Process, Background Processing, Putting jobs in Background, Offline File Storage, Storing files to Media, Booting process
Module 4: Linux Basic Networking And Naming Service
Introduction to Networking: Internet Network Services, Dynamic DNS, Apache, NIS, Network File Sharing, SAMBA, Linux Security and Services: Defining System Security Policies, System Authentication, Services and Security, Securing Services, Securing Data and Communication
Module 5: Unix File System
Basics of File System: Inodes, Structure of a regular file, Directories- Directory structure, Create/Remove/Rename directory, Conversion of a pathname to an inode, Superblock, Process of freeing a superblock, Inode assignment to a new file, Allocation of disk blocks- Boot Block, Superblock, Inode List, Data .
Who Should Attend?
After completing this course and successfully passing the certification examination, the student will be awarded the “Certificate in Linux Administration” certification.
If a learner chooses not to take up the examination, they will still get a 'Participation Certificate'.