Linux Administration

The course Linux Administration helps you to work with Linux systems. Linux is an operating system, which is available as fre...


Content Provider

40 hrs



Mode Of Delivery

Valid for 6 months post activation

Course Validity




Certification By

This is a paid course.

Course Fee

  • 1,800/-/- 599/-/-


The course Linux Administration helps you to work with Linux systems. Linux is an operating system, which is available as free and open source software. Linux system administration is one of the most in-demand skill in IT industry. This course will help you to understand the fundamentals of Linux, Linux commands, manipulation of files. You will also learn how to install Linux, network and process management and Unix file system.


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 .

Learning Outcomes

  • List out advantages and disadvantages of Multi-user Operating System
  • Identify various features and benefits provided by Unix operating system
  • Compare various text processing commands based on their usage and functionalities
  • List various Linux flavours based on its function and
  • Simulate the behaviour of UNIX System Architecture internally while executing commands and shell script
  • List various services provided by UNIX Operating System
  • Identify various processing environments available for users while working with UNIX file systems

Who Should Attend?

  • Computer Science Engineering
  • Bachelors of Computer Application
  • Bachelors of Science
  • Master of Computer Applications

Job Prospects

  • Linux System Administrator
  • Server Administrator
  • Linux Server Management Professionals


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'.