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Linux / Unix Operating System

Course Overview

The Unix/Linux course is designed to provide participants with a comprehensive understanding of Unix and Linux operating systems, which are widely used in server environments and as development platforms. This course covers key aspects of Unix/Linux, including file systems, user management, shell scripting, and system administration tasks. Participants will gain practical skills for working with Unix/Linux-based systems.

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The Unix/Linux course begins with an introduction to the Unix and Linux operating systems, their history, and their significance in the computing landscape. Participants will learn about the Unix/Linux file system structure, command-line interface, and basic shell commands. The course covers topics such as user and group management, process control, shell scripting, and system administration tasks. Practical examples, hands-on exercises, and real-world scenarios will be used to reinforce theoretical concepts.

Course Objectives

The primary objectives of the Unix/Linux course are as follows:

  1. Introduction to Unix/Linux: Provide an overview of Unix and Linux operating systems, their characteristics, and their usage.
  2. Unix/Linux File System: Understand the hierarchical structure of the Unix/Linux file system and basic file operations.
  3. Command-Line Interface: Gain proficiency in using the command-line interface for executing commands and managing the system.
  4. User and Group Management: Learn how to create, modify, and manage user accounts and groups in Unix/Linux.
  5. Process Control: Explore processes, process control, and system resource management in Unix/Linux.
  6. Shell Scripting: Develop skills in writing shell scripts for automating repetitive tasks and system administration.
  7. System Administration Tasks: Understand essential system administration tasks, including system monitoring, backups, and updates.
  8. Networking in Unix/Linux: Explore networking concepts and commands for configuring and troubleshooting network settings.
  9. Security and Permissions: Learn about Unix/Linux security measures, file permissions, and access control.
  10. Advanced Topics: Cover advanced Unix/Linux topics based on the participants' interests and the course's focus.

Course Curriculum

  • Basic Concepts of Operating System
  • History of UNIX and Linux
  • Introduction Linux future
  • Introduction Linux and UNIX flavors
  • OS installation with basics

  • Basic commands and Advance
  • File System of Linux (FHS)
  • Is, cp, touch, mv, rm, mkdir, find, date, cal, VI, VIM, Editors, History, man etc..
  • Advance Linux Commands
  • Filter Commands, sort,sed,grep,tee,echo,wc,less,more,head,tail,pwd,ps,kill etc...

  • Soft link and hard links
  • Introduction to VIM
  • Basic VIM work flow

  • Creating & Deleting Users
  • Modifying Users Profile
  • File related to User Administration
  • Creating & nd Removing Groups
  • Adding and Removing Users to Groups
  • IP-aliasing, ping, route, trace route, top, putty, netstat, dig, htop, tcpdump etc..

  • Creating, networking interfaces Modifying, Deleting connections
  • Introduction to hostname ctl command in RHEL 7
  • Interaction between multiple systems

  • Mount, Umount, df, du, ps, kill Monitoring Commands top, tcpdump, route, netstat, iostat, wall Real-time Scenarios.

  • Configuring SUDO
  • Limiting SUDO Users
  • Checking logs of SUDO users, Real time issue & usage
  • Braking Password redhat 6and 7

  • Boot Process of RHEL 6/ RHEL 7
  • Repairing Boot Issues of RHEL 6/ RHEL 7
  • Introduction to targets in RHEL 7

  • software installations

  • Linux Boot Processing
  • GRUB
  • LILO

  • Applying basic permissions files and directors
  • Apply to permission with chmod, chown, chgrp, setfacl, getfacl etc..
  • Applying File System Acess Control List (ACL)
  • Symbolic and absolute methods
  • Restricting a particular user to use a file or directory
  • Apply to Special Permission to file and directories
  • Apply to Owner and Group Permissions

  • Difference between file systems like ext3, ext4 in Xfs
  • Simple Partition and File System
  • Enabling label
  • Managing Swap Space
  • Mounting a File system & Making it Permanent

  • Introduction to Components of LVM

  • tar, gzip, gunzip
  • SCP, SSH
  • Types of data backup
  • Real time Scenarios
  • Remote Desktop
  • Remote data Backup

  • Create sudouser permissions

  • Introduction to Networking
  • Understanding Network Configuration files
  • Types networking, ip address, subnet mask, networking architecture
  • Assigning IP Address
Who can learn this course

This course is suitable for a diverse range of individuals, including:

  1. System Administrators: Professionals responsible for managing and maintaining Unix/Linux-based servers and systems.
  2. Developers: Individuals working on software development projects in Unix/Linux environments.
  3. IT Professionals: System administrators, network administrators, and IT specialists seeking proficiency in Unix/Linux.
  4. Students and Graduates: Those pursuing degrees in computer science or related fields with an interest in Unix/Linux systems.
  5. Tech Enthusiasts: Individuals curious about Unix/Linux and eager to explore its features and capabilities.
  6. Web Developers: Professionals working on web development projects hosted on Unix/Linux servers.
  7. Database Administrators: Individuals managing databases on Unix/Linux-based systems.
  8. Security Professionals: Those interested in Unix/Linux security and securing system environments.

The Unix/Linux course is designed to cater to both beginners and individuals with some experience in Unix/Linux, providing a solid foundation in Unix/Linux system administration and usage.

Average package of course (Linux / Unix Operating System)

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