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Learn To Run Linux Servers From Scratch (LPI Level 1-101)

Course Summary

Learn to run Linux servers and prepare for the LPIC-1 Exam 101 professional certification for Linux administrators.


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    Course Syllabus

      • Welcome
      • Linux Exam 101 Cheat Sheet .. Know all the commands AND flags
    • Introduction To The Linux Server
      • Basic User Management For Fresh Images/Server Installs
      • A Look At VI And Nano Text Editors
      • Root User, Sudo Users And Managing Users
      • Navigating Linux & The File System
      • Logs & More File Management Tools
      • File Permissions
      • Cron Jobs
      • Apt-Get & DPKG Package Management
      • A Look At System Resources With The Linux Top Command
      • Lab: Introduction To The Linux Server
      • Quiz: Introduction To The Linux Server
    • Debian Based Package Management
      • Apt-Get Command Set
      • Apt-Cache Package Management
      • DPKG Command Set
      • Summary & Overview of aptitude
      • A Look At dselect
      • Lab: Debian Based Package Management
      • Debian Based Package Management Notes
    • RPM Base Package Management
      • RPM Package Management
      • YUM Software Management
      • yumdownloader & rpm2cpio
      • Lab: RPM Based Package Management
    • VI The Linux Text Editor
      • Vi Modes & The importance of Vi
      • Vi Commands and Usage
      • Lab: VI
    • Use Streams, Pipes, Redirects, & Grep!
      • wc, split, cat, and diff commands
      • Streams (stdin, stdout, stderr) and Redirects
      • Pipes
      • grep, egrep, and fgrep
      • The sed Stream Editor
      • Tee command
      • Lab
    • Managing Files In Linux
      • File Naming Basics & A Look At File Commands
      • File Archiving & The RM, MV Commands
      • gzip & gunzip
      • Linux Links
      • Basic Directory & Group Commands
      • Special Permission Bits
      • Default Permissions umask, newgrp, and chattr
      • Linux Core Directories & What They Are Used For
      • Finding Files In Linux Using, Find, Locate, Whereis, Which and Type
      • The Linux dd Command
      • Using The cut Command
      • Lab: Managing Files In Linux
    • Managing Linux Libraries & Software Processes
      • Software Libraries
      • Using ps To Manage Processes
      • Using TOP
      • Using nice To Change Linux Process Priorities
      • Killing Processes In Linux
      • Using The uname Command To Query System Information
      • Understanding Background VS Foreground processes
      • Ignoring Hangups With nohup
      • Using The free Command
      • Lab
    • Finding FIles In Linux
      • Which and Whereis
      • Finding Files With Locate
      • updatedb.conf configuration file
      • The Powerful Find Command
    • The Linux Bash Shell
      • Simple Commands & Shortcuts For The Linux Shell
      • Environment Variables, Redirection Operators & Data Pipes
      • Manipulating Files
      • File Viewing Commands For The Linux Bash Shell
      • Lab
    • Managing Hardware & Linux File Systems
      • Creating And Mounting A Disk Partition
      • Using fdisk, Creating A File System, and Configuring Mount Entry With /etc/fstab
      • Notes For Managing Hardware & Linux File Systems
    • Backing Up Linux Servers
      • How to Backup Linux to Amazon S3 Using s3cmd
      • Using Update Copy | CP -u
      • Using Tar Archiving Utility To Backup Files
      • Introduction To Backing Up Linux With Rsync
    • Quotas
      • Disk Quota
      • User Quota Setup
    • Linux System Management and Architecture Topics
      • Grub
      • lsmod
      • lspci and lsusb
      • modprobe and insmod
      • /sys, /proc, /dev and /var
      • Linux System Management and Architecture Lab
      • Linux System Management and Architecture Topics - Notes
      • du, df and mount
    • Filesystem Integrity and Maintenance
      • fsck and e2fsck
      • mke2fs and debugfs
      • dump2efs and tune2fs
      • xfs tools
      • Lab: Linux System Management and Architecture
      • Filesystem Integrity and Maintenance - Notes
    • Downloadable Notes
      • VI
      • Notes: The Linux Bash Shell
      • Linux Bash Shell
      • Libraries And Processes
      • RPM Based Package Management
      • Debian Based Package Management
    • Bonus Material (Not part of certification exam): Getting Started With AWS
      • Introduction to Amazon S3
      • Installing Drupal And Linux LAMP Stack On Ubuntu Amazon EC2
      • Configuring Apache and Installing WordPress On Linux EC2
      • How To Use Amazon RDS (Relation Database Service) To Host MySQL
      • Amazon EC2 Working With Our Linux Instance
      • Creating An Amazon EC2 Image
      • Amazon EC2 With Linux Lamp Stack
    • Bonus Material (Not part of certification exam): Hosting Web Sites With Apache2
      • Introduction To The Linux LAMP Stack
      • Installing The LAMP Stack With Apt-Get
      • How DNS Works With Hosting Web Sites
      • Configuring Apache To Host Web Apps & Web Sites
      • Enabling And Configuring Apache mod_rewrite
      • Hosting Multipel Sites With Apache Virtual Hosts


Course Fee:
USD 99

Course Type:

Self-Study

Course Status:

Active

Workload:

1 - 4 hours / week

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