Linux Administration training


Linux Administration training

Who is the target audience?


  • Anyone willing to Work in IT Industry as a Linux Admin
  • Job Seekers, Under graduate & Graduate Students
  • Linux Administrators

Requirements


  • Basic computer Knowledge
  • Enthusiasm to Learn and improve the knowledge
  • Know how to read and write in English.

Linux Course Syllabus
Linux basic concepts
Linux GUI & CLI Mode installations
User and Group Management
File and folder Management
Hard Link and Soft Link
Advance Permission
copy paste and cut paste in Local Machine
Remote Server Copy Paste
Memory Management in Linux
swap Partition Configuration Lab
Swap File configuration Lab

File System Management:
Creation of File Systems
Understanding EXT2, EXT3& EXT4 File Systems
Converting Ext2 to Ext3 file systems
Reverting back from Ext3 to Ext2 files systems
Understanding mount, umount commands
Understanding fstab and mtab files

Virtual File System /dev/loop0
loop device and swap memory
raid over lvm
LVM Over RAID
Loop device over RAID
Loop Device over LVM
swap partition over RAID
swap Partition over LVM
Creating RAID Devices
Understand RAID-0 RAID-1 RAID-5 RAID-6 RAID-10
Creating LVM Device
Advance Volume Group management

TROUBLESHOOTING
Run levels:
Understanding the different types of run-levels
Understanding different types of shutdown commands
Understanding run control scripts

Understanding and Configuring Chat server
Understanding and Configuring Telnet server
Understanding and Configuring SSH server
Understanding and Configuring TFTP server

Understanding NFS server and NFS clients
Understanding daemons and files in NFS of boot phases
Configuring NFS server and different NFS clients
File transfer protocol:
Understanding the features and advantages of FTP server
Configuring FTP server and FTP clients
Configuring FTP server for anonymous and real users with download and upload permissions
Configuring FTP user access, FTP security
Understanding FTP Basic Commands
Configuring of anonymous FTP Server
XINETD:
Understanding xinetd based and non xinetd based services
Configuring xinetd based services
Xinetd security
TCP WRAPPER:
Understanding TCP WRAPPER
Configuring TCP WRAPPER for services
Domain naming service:
Understanding DNS service and different types of DNS servers
Understanding different types of files when the system is booting
TROUBLESHOOTING
Logical volume manager (LVM):
Creation of file systems and converting into LVM
Creation of physical partitions
Creation of volume groups
Creation of logical partitions
Extending the volume group
Extending the logical partitions
Package Manager (RPM):
Understanding the features and advantages of RPM
Installation of RPM packages
Upgradation of RPM
Verification of RPM

Q u e r y i n g , T R O U B L E SHOOTING
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Backup and recovery:
Understanding different types of file system backup
Understanding different types of files backups
Understanding different types of file system backups
Understanding different types of dump levels
Understanding monthly, weekly, daily backups
Different types of backup strategies
Automation of jobs:
At Jobs . Cron Jobs
Network information service:
Understand and configure NFS Server
Dynamic host configuration protocol:
Understanding DHCP
Configuring DHCP server for different DHCP clients
APACHE:
Understanding APACHE Web server
Configuring APACHE web server with virtual hosting
Configuring APACHE web server with IP BASED, HOST BASED and PORT BASED
Configuring member logins for APACHE web server
Sharing the resources between unix to unix
Sharing the resources between windows to unix (vice-versa)
Understanding and configuring proxy
Understanding and Configuring Sendmail Server
Understanding and Configuring POP3 Server
Understanding and Configuring PostFix Email server
Understanding and Configuring Exim mail server
Understanding and Configuring Squirrelmail and PHP

Programming:
C/C++ programming on Linux
JAVA Programming on Linux
PHP Programming on Linux
PYTHON Programming on Linux
PERL Programming on Linux
RUBY Programming on Linux