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Linux Training Details
Track Regular Track Weekend Track Fast Track
Course Duration 30 Hrs 8 Weekends 5 Days
Hours 1hr/day 2 Hours a day 6 Hours a day
Training Mode Online Classroom Online Classroom Online Classroom
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Course Curriculum

Linux Basic Concepts & Installations

  • This section contains the most basic Linux knowledge meant to expose new user to the concept of Linux operating system and preparation needed to work in Linux environment. Learn how to use Linux commands.
  • Installation in Standalone Machine
  • Installation through NFS
  • Installation through FTP
  • Installation through HTTP
  • Installation through KICKSTART

File System Management In Linux

  • In Linux system, everything is in a file and in this section, we would see how these files are organized. We would start from basic overview of file system and later, we would cover system administration commands.
  • 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 fdisk, e2label, mount, umount commands
  • Understanding fstab and mtab files, Troubleshooting

User Management In Linux

  • Get best techniquies to learn Linux. Let us see how we can add/manage/delete users and groups in general Linux system
  • Understanding different types of groups and creation of groups
  • Creation of users in different groups
  • Understanding Passwd, Shadow Files
  • Understanding passwd aging
  • Creation of quotas for users, groups and file systems
  • Understanding users security files
  • The different commands for Monitoring the users
  • Troubleshooting

Run Levels In Linux

  • A Run level is nothing but a software configuration of the Linux system which allows only a selected group of processes to exist. The processes spawned by init for each of these run levels are defined in the /etc/inittab file. Init can be in one of eight run levels
  • Understanding the different types of run-levels
  • Understanding different types of shutdown commands
  • Understanding run control scripts

Network File System (NFS) In Linux

  • A network file system is a network abstraction over a file system that allows a remote client to access it over a network in a similar way to a local file system.
  • Understanding NFS server and NFS clients
  • Understanding daemons and files in NFS
  • Configuring NFS server and different NFS clients
  • Configuration of autofs, NFS security

File Transfer Protocol In Linux

  • The versatility of TCP/IP to be run on a variety of systems allows a wide range of possibilities. File Transfer Protocol (FTP) shows how this is possible by allowing file sharing across platforms and systems.
  • 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

  • xinetd performs the same function as inetd: it starts programs that provide Internet services.
  • Understanding xinetd based and non xinetd based services
  • Configuring xinetd based services
  • Xinetd security

TCP Wrapper

  • TCP Wrappers can be used to GRANT or DENY access to various services on your machine to the outside network or other machines on the same network. It does this by using simple Access List Rules which are included in the two files /etc/hosts.allow and/etc/hosts.deny .
  • Understanding TCP WRAPPER
  • Configuring TCP WRAPPER for services

Domain Naming Service

  • Domain Name Service (DNS) is the service used to convert human readable names of hosts to IP addresses.
  • Understanding DNS service and different types of DNS servers
  • Configuring DNS (master) DNS (Slave)
  • Understanding & Configuring forward (DNS) and cache (DNS) of boot phases
  • Understanding different types of files when the system is booting
  • Troubleshooting

Logical Volume Manager (LVM)

  • LVM is a logical volume manager for the Linux kernel that manages disk drives and similar mass-storage devices.
  • 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)

  • A package manager or package management system is a collection of software tools that automates the process of installing, upgrading, configuring, and removing software packages for a computer’s operating system in a consistent manner.
  • Understanding the features and advantages of RPM
  • Installation of RPM packages
  • Upgradation of RPM
  • Verification of RPM, Querying
  • Troubleshooting

Backup And Recovery

  • Understand what is backup and recovery, its importance and implications in Linux.
  • 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

  • What are automation and cron jobs?
  • At Jobs, Cron Jobs

Network Information Service

  • Understanding NIS and daemons at NIS (Server, Slave and Clients)
  • Configuring NIS (master) and NIS (slave)
  • NIS clients in heterogeneous environments
  • Integrating NIS (master and slave) with NFS Server

Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol

  • Understanding DHCP
  • Configuring DHCP server for different DHCP clients

APACHE

  • Understanding APACHE
  • 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

SAMBA

  • Understanding the features and advantages of SAMBA server
  • Configuring SAMBA for heterogeneous environment
  • Sharing the resources between unix to unix using SAMBA
  • Sharing the resources between windows to unix (vice-versa)

SQUID

  • Understanding SQUID proxy
  • Configuring SQUID proxy with ACL

 Raid Levels

  • Understanding RAID LEVELS
  • Configuring different types of RAID LEVELS (0,1 and 5)

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Course Curriculum

Linux Basic Concepts & Installations

  • This section contains the most basic Linux knowledge meant to expose new user to the concept of Linux operating system and preparation needed to work in Linux environment. Learn how to use Linux commands.
  • Installation in Standalone Machine
  • Installation through NFS
  • Installation through FTP
  • Installation through HTTP
  • Installation through KICKSTART

File System Management In Linux

  • In Linux system, everything is in a file and in this section, we would see how these files are organized. We would start from basic overview of file system and later, we would cover system administration commands.
  • 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 fdisk, e2label, mount, umount commands
  • Understanding fstab and mtab files, Troubleshooting

User Management In Linux

  • Get best techniquies to learn Linux. Let us see how we can add/manage/delete users and groups in general Linux system
  • Understanding different types of groups and creation of groups
  • Creation of users in different groups
  • Understanding Passwd, Shadow Files
  • Understanding passwd aging
  • Creation of quotas for users, groups and file systems
  • Understanding users security files
  • The different commands for Monitoring the users
  • Troubleshooting

Run Levels In Linux

  • A Run level is nothing but a software configuration of the Linux system which allows only a selected group of processes to exist. The processes spawned by init for each of these run levels are defined in the /etc/inittab file. Init can be in one of eight run levels
  • Understanding the different types of run-levels
  • Understanding different types of shutdown commands
  • Understanding run control scripts

Network File System (NFS) In Linux

  • A network file system is a network abstraction over a file system that allows a remote client to access it over a network in a similar way to a local file system.
  • Understanding NFS server and NFS clients
  • Understanding daemons and files in NFS
  • Configuring NFS server and different NFS clients
  • Configuration of autofs, NFS security

File Transfer Protocol In Linux

  • The versatility of TCP/IP to be run on a variety of systems allows a wide range of possibilities. File Transfer Protocol (FTP) shows how this is possible by allowing file sharing across platforms and systems.
  • 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

  • xinetd performs the same function as inetd: it starts programs that provide Internet services.
  • Understanding xinetd based and non xinetd based services
  • Configuring xinetd based services
  • Xinetd security

TCP Wrapper

  • TCP Wrappers can be used to GRANT or DENY access to various services on your machine to the outside network or other machines on the same network. It does this by using simple Access List Rules which are included in the two files /etc/hosts.allow and/etc/hosts.deny .
  • Understanding TCP WRAPPER
  • Configuring TCP WRAPPER for services

Domain Naming Service

  • Domain Name Service (DNS) is the service used to convert human readable names of hosts to IP addresses.
  • Understanding DNS service and different types of DNS servers
  • Configuring DNS (master) DNS (Slave)
  • Understanding & Configuring forward (DNS) and cache (DNS) of boot phases
  • Understanding different types of files when the system is booting
  • Troubleshooting

Logical Volume Manager (LVM)

  • LVM is a logical volume manager for the Linux kernel that manages disk drives and similar mass-storage devices.
  • 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)

  • A package manager or package management system is a collection of software tools that automates the process of installing, upgrading, configuring, and removing software packages for a computer’s operating system in a consistent manner.
  • Understanding the features and advantages of RPM
  • Installation of RPM packages
  • Upgradation of RPM
  • Verification of RPM, Querying
  • Troubleshooting

Backup And Recovery

  • Understand what is backup and recovery, its importance and implications in Linux.
  • 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

  • What are automation and cron jobs?
  • At Jobs, Cron Jobs

Network Information Service

  • Understanding NIS and daemons at NIS (Server, Slave and Clients)
  • Configuring NIS (master) and NIS (slave)
  • NIS clients in heterogeneous environments
  • Integrating NIS (master and slave) with NFS Server

Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol

  • Understanding DHCP
  • Configuring DHCP server for different DHCP clients

APACHE

  • Understanding APACHE
  • 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

SAMBA

  • Understanding the features and advantages of SAMBA server
  • Configuring SAMBA for heterogeneous environment
  • Sharing the resources between unix to unix using SAMBA
  • Sharing the resources between windows to unix (vice-versa)

SQUID

  • Understanding SQUID proxy
  • Configuring SQUID proxy with ACL

 Raid Levels

  • Understanding RAID LEVELS
  • Configuring different types of RAID LEVELS (0,1 and 5)

Practice Test & Interview Questions

Sacrostectservices offers advanced Linux interview questions and answers along with Linux resume samples. Take a free sample practice test before appearing in the certification to improve your chances of scoring high.

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