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Learn To Run Linux Servers Part 2 (LPI Level 1-102)

Course Summary

This course highlights more advanced linux concepts and provides study material for the LPI certification exam 102.


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    Course Syllabus

      • Introduction
    • Customizing The Bash Shell
      • Environment Variables, Aliases And Shell Configuration Files
      • Modifying Bash Shell Configuration Files
      • Learn How To Change The Bash Prompt
      • Customizing The Bash Shell - Notes
    • MySQL & SQL Query Language Basics
      • Installing MySQL on Ubuntu And CentOS
      • Basic MySQL administration Creating Databases, Tables & Users
      • Basic MySQL Join Statement
    • User Interfaces and Desktops (X Server/XWindows)
      • Working WIth Xorg.conf Configuration File
      • Working WIth xhost
      • Using The xwininfo Utility
      • Using The xdpyinfo Utility
      • X and startx
      • Inittab and XWindows
      • DISPLAY and DISPLAYMANAGER variables
      • xfont Server
    • Advanced User and Groups Management
      • Adding Linux Users Using useradd, Customization And Flags
      • Useradd Examples
      • Modifying User Accounts
      • Removing User Accounts In Linux
      • Managing Groups In Linux
      • System accounts and special purpose accounts
      • Password Policy With chage
      • Linux User & Group Management Notes
    • Basic Linux Networking Topics
      • Ifconfig/ifup/ipdown
      • Linux Routing Using Route Command
      • Using Linux Ping
      • /etc/resolv.conf
      • /etc/hosts
      • /etc/hostname
      • /etc/nsswitch.conf
      • IPv4
      • Basic Networking - Notes
      • Linux Networking
    • Automating System Tasks With Cron and AT
      • Understanding System Cron
      • Understanding User Cron Job
      • Cron User Permissions
      • Creating Cron Jobs By Example
      • Using The AT utility
      • AT User Permissions
    • Linux Security
      • Triple Tools
      • Securing User Accounts with John the Ripper
      • Using nmap And Exploring Your Network
      • Wireshark
      • Introduction To IPTables
      • Good Old Netstat
      • Using IPTraf
      • Linux Security Quiz
      • Linux Security Notes
    • Linux Date And Time
      • Linux Date Command
      • Working With Linux Timezones
      • Using The hwclock Command For Hardware Clock Configurations
      • Configuring And Understanding NTP (Network Time Protocol)
    • Managing Printers and Printing
      • LPD Legacy Interface
      • CUPS Configuration and Tools
      • Managing Print Queues
      • Troubleshooting Printer Subsystems
      • Printing Notes
    • Localization
      • /etc/timezone, /etc/localtime, /usr/share/zoneinfo and /usr/bin/locale
      • tzselect and tzconfig
      • iconv and date
      • environment variables
      • ISO8859, Unicode, ASCII and UTF8 Character Encoding
      • Localization Notes
    • SSH Security
      • ssh and ssh_known_hosts (.ssh directory)
      • ssh_copyid and .ssh/authorized_keys
      • ssh_keygen and ssh_add
      • id_rsa/dsa and id_rsa/dsa.pub
      • ssh_host_rsa/dsa_key and ssh_host_rsa/dsa_key.pub
      • gpg and .gnupg
      • SSH Notes
    • Host Security
      • /etc/passwd, /etc/shadow and /etc/nologin
      • /etc/xinet.d and /etc/xinetd.conf
      • /etc/inet.d and /etc/inetd.conf
      • /etc/hosts.allow and /etc/hosts.deny
      • /etc/inittab and /etc/init.d
      • Host Security Notes
    • Accessibility
      • Sticky/Repeat Keys and Slow/Bounce Keys Toggle
      • Mouse Keys and Onscreen Keyboard
      • Accessibility Notes
      • Screen Reader and Screen Magnifier
      • Large Print Screen and High Contrast Desktop Themes
      • Braille Display and Gestures
    • Introduction To Linux Email MDA's (Mail Transfer Agents)
      • Understanding E-mail Basics
      • Forwarding Emails And Mail Aliases
    • System Logging
      • Syslogd and Rsyslogd
      • Using Logger To Add Entries To Log Files
      • Logrotate
    • Conclusion
      • Conclusion


Course Fee:
USD 99

Course Type:

Self-Study

Course Status:

Active

Workload:

1 - 4 hours / week

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