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A) Linux System Administration I:

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Course Description

This course is the introductory and core course for Red Hat Administration. It explores Linux Operating System, and introduces it to the student. It provides an overview of Linux Administration. It introduces new approaches for understanding Unix-Like Systems.

Course Learning Outcomes

At the completion of this course, students will be able to:

  • Use command line,
  • Manage physical storage.
  • Install and configure software components and services.
  • Establish network connections and firewall access.
  • Monitor and manage processes.
  • Manage and secure files.
  • Administrate users and groups.
  • Access Linux file systems.
  • Review the system log files and journal.

Prerequisites

Prepare Your Lab:

  • Download Rocky Linux 8 ISO DVD: Here
  • Installation process on class.

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Course Structure

The course is organized into 13 of modules:

Day 1: Unix History and Evolution

  • What was there before Unix?
  • Unix History.
  • Unix Hardware description.
  • Unix Famous Distros.
  • Why is Unix so powerful?

Day 2: Linux History and Evolution

  • Prehistory of Linux.
  • History of Linux.
  • What is Linux?
  • Supported HW
  • Why Learn Linux?
  • Linux Flavors.
  • Accessing the Command-Line Using the Local Console.
  • Basic Bash Command-Line.

Day 3: Manage Files and Users

  • View and Edit Text File Content.
  • Pipeline in Commands.
  • Redirection.
  • Manual and Help.
  • Linux Structure Explained.
  • Users and Groups.
  • Sudo.

Day 4: Manage Files’ Permissions

  • Managing File System Permissions.
  • ACL
  • Special Permissions SUID – SGID – Sticky Bit
  • Processes And Monitoring.

Day 5:

  • Shell Scripting
  • Scripting vs Programming
  • Best Scripting Languages
  • What is Shell Script?
  • Shebang.
  • Scripts Examples

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Course Info

  • 16 Lessons
  • 3 Quizzes