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Linux Installation and Initial Configuration

Course Summary

This course will help you see how much you can enjoy system administration, and how there is a life outside of your current role. Linux is prevalent, it is at the heart of the cloud and is hosting companies both big and small. In a recent survey, 93-per


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    Course Syllabus

    ● Course Introduction
        ◦ Introducing Linux Installation and Configuration
        ◦ Course Contents
        ◦ How You Will Learn
        ◦ Module Summary
    ● Linux Distributions
        ◦ Demystifying Linux Distributions
        ◦ Taking A Look At Ubuntu
        ◦ A Quick Tour Of Centos
        ◦ A Visit To Distrowatch
        ◦ Low Resource Computing With Lubuntu
        ◦ Raspberry Pi For Learning Linux
        ◦ What Did We Look At?
    ● Installing Linux
        ◦ How Many Ways Can We Install Linux?
        ◦ Installing Saucy Salamander
        ◦ Enterprise Install
        ◦ Dual Booting With Windows and PXE Install
        ◦ Re-capping What We Have Done
    ● Determine Hardware Settings
        ◦ Which Terminal Are We Connected To?
        ◦ Determining Resource Usage From the Command Line of the Pi
        ◦ Understanding Pseudo File Systems
        ◦ Obtaining Resource Information From Pseudo File Systems
        ◦ Using Graphical Tools to Determine Resource Usage
    ● Managing the Boot Loader and Understanding Run Levels
        ◦ Shutting Down Linux
        ◦ Using the Shut-down Command in CentOS 6.5
        ◦ Understanding the Linux Boot Procedure
        ◦ Investigating Linux Boot Loaders
        ◦ Working With GRUB in SUSE Linux
        ◦ Editing the GRUB Menu in SUSE Linux
        ◦ Working With Linux Run Levels
        ◦ Setting the Default Run Level in Ubuntu
        ◦ Controlling Linux Services in SUSE and Ubuntu
        ◦ Summary
    ● Software and Package Management
        ◦ What is Software Management and RPM Files?
        ◦ Working With RPM Packages
        ◦ The Basics of YUM
        ◦ Learning the YUM Shell
        ◦ Creating a YUM Repository
        ◦ Debian Package Management Overview
        ◦ Working With DPKG and APT on Debian and Ubuntu Systems
        ◦ Software Management on SUSE
    ● Management of Shared Software Libraries
        ◦ Introduction to Shared Libraries in Linux
        ◦ Managing User Space Modules
        ◦ Managing Kernel Modules
        ◦ Summary of Shared Libraries
    ● Understanding and Managing the Linux File System
        ◦ Introduction to Linux File Systems
        ◦ Disk Labels, GPT Disks, and MBR Disks
        ◦ Creating Partitions
        ◦ Understanding File Systems
        ◦ Creating File Systems
        ◦ Mounting File Systems
        ◦ Summary
    ● Virtual Memory and File System Tools
        ◦ Introduction to Virtual Memory and Tools
        ◦ Working With Swap Partitions
        ◦ Managing Swap Files
        ◦ File System Tools Explained
        ◦ Working With File System Tools
        ◦ Salvaging Deleted Files
        ◦ Summary
    ● Controlling Access to File Systems
        ◦ Introduction to Access Control
        ◦ File System Permissions
        ◦ Creating and Understanding Links
        ◦ Implementing Quotas in Linux
        ◦ Summary
     


Course Fee:
USD 29

Course Type:

Self-Study

Course Status:

Active

Workload:

1 - 4 hours / week

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