Linux Training

Linux Course

Linux is an open source operating system (OS). An operating system is the software that directly manages a system’s hardware and resources, like CPU, memory, and storage. The OS sits between applications and hardware and makes the connections between all of your software and the physical resources that do the work.
The OS includes some common core components, like the GNU tools, among others. These tools give the user a way to manage the resources provided by the kernel, install additional software, configure performance and security settings, and more. All of these tools bundled together make up the functional operating system. Because Linux is an open source OS, combinations of software can vary between Linux distributions.

 
  • Creating file and directories
  • editing text files with Vim
  • Managing Files Using Command-line Tools
  • Describing User and Group Concepts
  • Creating users and groups using command-line
  • Managing local users and groups accounts
  • Gaining Superuser Access
  • Linux File System Permissions
  • Managing file System Permissions from Command-Line
  • Controlling New File Permissions and Ownership
  • Access Control Lists (ACLs)
  • Securing Files with ACLs
  • Accessing the remote command line with SSH
  • Configuring SSH key-based Authentication
  • Customizing SSH service configuration
  • Changing the SELinux Enforcement Mode
  • Controlling SELinux File Contexts
  • Adjusting SELinux Policy with Booleans
  • Investigating and Resolving SELinux Issues
  • Install packages with RPM
  • Installing and Updating Software Packages with Yum
  • Enabling Yum Software Repositories
  • Managing Package Module Streams
  • Identifying Automatically Started System Processes
  • Controlling System Services
  • Selecting the Boot Target
  • Resetting the Root Password
  • Repairing File System Issues at Boot
  • Validating Network Configuration
  • Configuring Networking from the Command Line
  • Editing Network Configuration Files
  • Configuring Host Names and Name Resolution
  • Describing System Log Architecture
  • Reviewing Syslog Files
  • Reviewing System Journal Entries
  • Preserving the System Journal
  • Maintaining Accurate Time
  • Mounting and Unmounting File Systems
  • Adding Partitions 
  • File Systems and Persistent Mounts
  • Managing Swap Space
  • Creating Logical Volumes
  • Extending and Decreasing Logical Volumes
  • Scheduling One-Time Tasks with at
  • Scheduling Recurring jobs with cron
  • Scheduling system cron jobs
  • Managing Temporary files
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