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Setting up a Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server

Course Summary

Join the Linux revolution. More than 90% of Fortune Global 500 companies now use Red Hat products and solutions like Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL)—one of the top Linux distributions. Knowing how to set up a new RHEL installation is a key skill for any Linux administration, and a key component of Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA) certification. In this course, Sandra Toner covers installing RHEL, executing basic commands, managing user accounts, and working with the file system. You'll learn to use the graphical interface, command line, and the various tools and utilities built right into Red Hat Enterprise Linux to configure, maintain, and troubleshoot your server. Plus, find out how to configure basic security settings to keep your new Linux network safe.

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    Course Syllabus

    1. Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) Basics (Operate Running Systems)
    2. RHEL Installation (Deploy, Configure, and Maintain Systems)
    3. RHEL Essentials (Understand and Use Essential Tools)
    4. User and Group Management (Manage Users and Groups)
    5. RHEL File Management (Create and Configure File Systems)
    6. RHEL Configuration Files (Configure Local Storage)
    7. RHEL Configuration (Deploy, Configure, and Maintain Systems)
    8. RHEL System Management (Deploy, Configure, and Maintain Systems)
    9. RHEL Security (Manage Security)

Course Fee:
USD 19.99

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1 - 4 hours / week

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