Course - Linux: System Administration

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  • Entry requirements
    Entry requirements Familiarity with Linux (equivalent to the Linux Introductory course) and general experience in network administration
  • Academic title
    Linux: System Administration
  • Course description
    General information

    This course is intended for existing Linux users who wish to learn more about the administration of a Linux system from the command line. This course shows you how to carry out essential system administration tasks and includes an introduction to shell programming.

    Course content


        * Open Source Software Development
        * Model Linux Distributions
        * Standard Features Kernel
        * Applications Version Numbering


        * Logging In and Out Shutting Down the System Using the Command Line
        * Managing Users
        * Managing Groups
        * Understanding the Filesystem Managing Drives
        * Creating a Filesystem File
        * Directory Permissions Commands associated with Directories
        * Commands Associated with Files Using an Editor Managing Printers Exercise


        * Setting the Time and Date
        * Managing Mail
        * Understanding Log Files
        * Understanding Special Files Managing Processes
        * Viewing TCP/IP settings
        * Using Remote Access
        * Installing Software
        * Finding Information Using Links
        * Understanding Quotas
        * Managing Backup and Recovery
        * Checking and Repairing File systems
        * System Configuration Exercise


        * Introduction
        * Startup Scripts
        * Automating Regular Tasks Exercise

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