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Ubuntu Linux Training


Linux Administration training on Ubuntu Linux.


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Ubuntu Linux Installation

network setup inside Ubuntu Linux

user management in Linux

create,delete,and modify uers

change and delete users password

Learn /etc/passwd File

Learn /etc/shadow file

Group Management in Linux

Create and Delete Users

Add users in Group

delete users from group

/etc/groups File

manage permissions

UID and GID

Change File user ownership

Change group ownership

types of permission

Character method of permission assignment

Numeric method Permission Assignment

Modify and Change File and Folder Permission

Hardware Management in Linux

Check and Verify CPU Information

Check and Verify RAM information

Display information about usb devices

Display information about RAID devices

Display information about Disk partitions

Display information about LVM devices

Display information about SWAP Memory


  • File structure in Linux
  • Filesystem Hierarchy Standard (FHS)
  • Installation
  • Change the boot order in BIOS
  • Change and Manage Shell
  • Bourne-again shell (Bash)
  • What is Link File
  • How to create a Hard links
  • How to create a soft links or Symbolic links
  • Redirect input and output
  • Pipe data between programs
  • Search for text strings using grep
  • Search for files in Linux using find
  • Search for files in Linux using locate
  • How to Count lines in a file
  • How to Determine file type
  • what is use of whereis command
  • Display last lines of a text file
  • Display first lines of a text file
  • Split a file and Join a file
  • Editing text using Text editors like gedit text editor,KWrite text editor,Pico text editor,nano text editor
  • Understand use of less text viewer
  • Managing processes in Ubuntu Linux
  • What is a process?
  • List all running processes
  • top command usage in Linux
  • Kill a process in Linux
  • Kill a process by name
  • Change process priority
  • Install applications in Ubuntu
  • Package management in Linux
  • RPM Package Manager
  • yum package manager
  • Debian package manager
  • Advanced Packaging Tool (APT)
  • apt-cache command
  • apt-get command
  • aptitude
  • Synaptic Package Manager
  • Compression decompression using tar,zip,gzip and bzip2
  • Learn Network protocols in Ubuntu Linux
  • What is an IP address?
  • What is a MAC address?
  • What is DHCP?
  • What is DNS?
  • Basic networking in Ubuntu
  • ifconfig command and usage
  • Configure a static IP address in Ubuntu
  • Configure DHCP client on Ubuntu
  • Configure DNS settings
  • /etc/hosts file
  • Configure hostname in Ubuntu Linux
  • Network tools
  • ping command usage in details
  • traceroute command
  • host command
  • dig command
  • nslookup command
  • netstat command
  • tcpdump command
  • whois command
  • IP forwarding
  • Overview of file systems
  • File system
  • ext2fs
  • ext3fs
  • ext4fs
  • Reiser file system
  • XFS file system
  • JFS file system
  • FAT file system
  • NTFS file system
  • Disk partitioning in Ubuntu Linux
  • What is partitioning?
  • Swap partition in linux
  • Hard disk interfaces
  • MBR partitions
  • GPT partitions
  • Difference between MBR and GPT Partition
  • Configure hard disks
  • fdisk utility
  • GNU Parted utility
  • Create a file system
  • Mount a file system
  • /etc/fstab file
  • Mount a USB device
  • Check disk space
  • Check file disk usage
  • Check file systems
  • Obtain file system information
  • Adjust file system parameters
  • Debug a file system
  • Configure disk quotas
  • Disk quotas
  • Enable quota support
  • Set quotas
  • Disk quota reporting
  • Logging
  • syslog protocol explained
  • syslogd
  • rsyslog
  • Create a log entry
  • Rotate logs
  • Common log files
  • /var/log/messages file
  • Schedule jobs
  • Schedule jobs with cron
  • User cron jobs
  • Schedule jobs with anacron
  • Schedule jobs with at
  • Date and time
  • date and hwclock commands
  • Network Time Protocol (NTP)
  • Configure NTP client
  • Configure NTP server
  • Email
  • Email protocols
  • Mail server
  • Read and send mail
  • Redirect email
  • Shell scripting
  • Shell scripts
  • Create shell scripts
  • Write shell scripts
  • Prepare a file for printing
  • Shut down the system
  • Halt, reboot, and power off the system