Overview of the course:
Linux is one of popular version of UNIX operating System. It is open source as its source code is freely available. It is free to use. Linux was designed considering UNIX compatibility. Its functionality list is quite similar to that of UNIX.
There are no formal prerequisites for this course; however but having Knowledge of operating system will be very beneficial.
This training targets those who are interested in learning the power of Open Source and working on UNIX. System administrators and Network administrators are the main targeted audience but also programmers and Database administrators too
- Accessing the Command Line
- Recognize the BASH shell based on the default prompt.
- Use Linux efficiently by switching between virtual consoles.
- Display usage messages and be able to interpret a command's syntax
- Managing Files from the Command Line
- Recognize and Find Familiarity in a File-system Tree,
- Learn Terms Like “root” Directory and Subdirectory
- Introduction to Different types of Data in Separate System Directories.
- Getting Help in Red Hat Enterprise Linux
- Become Aware of The importance of less-noticed man sections.
- Creating, Viewing and Editing Text Files
- Describe the Technical Terms Standard Output, and Standard Error.
- Use Redirection
- Characters to Control Output to Files.
- Use Pipe to Control Output to Other Programs.
- Manage Local Linux Users and Groups
- Explain the Role of Users and Groups on a Linux System and How They are Understood by the Computer.
- Controlling Access to Files with Linux File-system Permissions
- Explain How the Linux File Permissions Model Works.
- Monitoring and Managing Linux Processes
- Learn the Processes Lifecycle, in Order to better Comprehend Process States.
- Controlling Services and Daemons
- List System Daemons and Network Services Started by System services and Socket
- Configuring And Securing Open- ssh Service
- Log into a Remote System Using ssh to Run Commands From a Shell Prompt.
- Analyzing and Storing Logs
- Describe the Basic “syslog” Architecture in RHEL7
- Managing RHEL Networking
- Explain Fundamental Concepts of Computer Networking.
- Archiving and Copying Files between Systems
- To Create Backups and Transfer Files Over The Network.
- Installing and Updating Software Packages
- Register System With Your Red Hat Account and Entitle Them to Software Updates for Installed Products.
- Accessing Linux File-systems
- Determine which Directories in the File-system Hierarchy are Stored on Which Storage Devices.
- Using Virtualized Systems
- Recognize the Consistent Use of KVM Architecture Throughout of Red Hat Product Line.
- Accessing the Command Line
Scope of the Course:
Linux is the future operating system. Because the foundation of Most of the latest technologies is Linux.
Linux is popular for its security, maintenance of server, real time response and other features. Embedded systems is the technology, where Linux is used most for creating and maintaining the applications to ease the human life.