Red Hat Linux online training

 

Red Hat Linux Online Training
RED HAT LINUX

 

Infrastructure setup
Installation of virtual box
 Installing virtual tools
 Cloning of OS in virtual box

Installation of Linux Operating system
 Creating virtual setting
 Installing Linux in graphical mode
 Installing Linux in Text mode
 Disk druid configuration
 Network setting configuration
 Package selection
 Post installation steps
 Login to screen

  • File System
     Understanding File system
     root directory /
     /root
     /home
     /boot
     /sbin
     /bin
     /usr
     /var
     /dev
     /etc
     /opt
     mediaBasic Commands
     Prompt
     root user
     non root user
     pwd
     ls
     creation of file
     cat command
     touch
     mkdir
     navigation of directories
     help
     copy
     moving and renaming
     Deleting
     File view commands
     Visual editor
     Insert mode
     Ex mode
     Command modeGroup Administration
     Group creation
     primary group
     secondary group
     group database files
     GID
     Group modification
     Deleting a Group
     GUIUser Administration
     User creation
     home directory
     mail account
     UID
     GID
     User database files
     Password setting
     Modify user
     Delete a user account
     Group membership
     GUI
    File Permission
     File permission
     File attributes
     Owner
     group
     others
     Read
     write
     Execute
     Access mode
     absolute mode
     symbolic mode
     modifying permission
     ownershipPartitions
     View device in linux
     Fdisk
     Creating partition
     Formatting
     Partprobe
     Mount the partition
     DF -H
     verify mount points
     Access mount point
     Permanent mount
     Verify
    Swap Partitions
     Understand swap
     implementing swap
     make the partition as swap
     swap on
     swap off
     swap -s statusLabels
     Label check
     Assign label
     verify labelMounting cdrom
     Mount cdrom
     access cdrom
     umount cdrom
     ejectLogical volume manager
     what is LVM
     implementing LVM
     pvcreate
     volume group
     Logical volume
     Resizing volume
     Removing logical volume
     Verify
    Disk quotas
     Implementing Disk quota
     group and user creation
     Directory creation
     partition creation
     mount partition with disk quotas
     user disk quota
     group disk quota
     verify
    Access control list
     What is ACL
     Implementing ACL
     Groupadd and user creation
     partition
     mount the partition with ACL
     Apply ACL on users and groups
     modify ACL
     Exclude acl from user
     Verify
    Links
     what is a Link
     Link configuration
     Setting softlink
     setting hardlink
     verify the link
    Services
     chkconfig
     service options
     service restart
     service stop
     service start
     service status
    Packages RPM
     View RPMS
     Remove rpms
     install rpms
     verify rpmsPassword recover
     Root user password recover process
     Troubleshoot to recover root passwordBackups
     backup solution
     tar backup
     gunzip
     cpio backup
     scp optionRAID 5
     Raid configuration
     Raid MDADM
     Partprobe
     Add a new hdd
     display raid
     how to make faulty
     how to remove the faulty
     verifyNetwork Admin
     hostname configuration
     /etc/hosts
     netconfig
     ifconfig
     setup
     neat
     network-scriptsNetwork File server
     NFS configuration
     portmap rpm
     nfs rpm
     /etc/exports file
     exportfs
     relevant service starts
     client side configuration
     mount to nfs server
     verifyFile Transfer Protocol
     FTP Configuration
     vsftpd rpms
     /etc/vsftpd/vsftpd.conf file
     permission
     service vsftpd
     Verify ftp
     put ,mput
     get , mget
     FTP via web browser
     User permission on FTP
     VerifyDynamic host configuration protocol
     DHCP configuration
     dchp rpms
     /usr/share/doc/dhcp-3.0.5/dhcpd.conf file
     /etc/dhcpd.conf file
     range dynamic
     reservation
     service dhcpd
     client configuration
     dhclient
     netconfig
     neat
     verifySamba
     samba server configuration
     samba rpm
     /var file
     /etc/samba/smb.conf file
     service smb
     samba user and password
     client side mount
     verifyDomain Name Server
     What is DNS
     DNS implementation
     DNS rpms
     /etc/sysconfig/network file
     /etc/hosts
     /etc/named.rfc zones
     forward file
     Reverse file
     Resolv
     service named
     VerifyApache
     Apache web server
     httpd rpm
     /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf file
     /var/www/html
     service httpd
     verifyNetwork information server
     NIS manage accounts centralized
     NIS rpms
     Nis configuration files
     Nis services
     Nis client configuration
     VerifyProxy Server concept
     Understanding proxy server•
     concept of proxy server files
     concept of proxy server configuration
     concept to verifyMail Server
     Mail server configuration files
     mail server rpms
     mail server configuration files
     service sendmail
     mail accounts
     VerifySquirrel mail
     squirrel mail concept
     squirrel mail rpms
     squirrel mail related services
    Webmin
    . Download webmin
     Install webmin
     Access webmin
     VerifyFirewall concept
     Firewall configuration conceptsKickstart concept
     Kickstart Installation concept
     kickstart installation stepsVirtualization concept
     virtualization server concept
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