The Linux Administration course will cover all major topics that are important to know, including the essential Linux commands such as Linux Filesystem, File Permissions Processing Management, User Account Management Software Management network management within Linux, System Administration, Bash Scripting Iptables/Netfilter Firewall, Linux Security and many more!
This course is NOT similar to the Linux Administration course you can learn on the Internet. At the end of this course, you will MASTER the essential concepts and become an efficient Linux System Engineer and Administrator.
It's a brand-new Linux Administration course, which was released at the end of August 2020, and it's being updated to give the necessary skills to be successful in the future.
Our world changes continuously and at a rapid rate! The technologically-driven future we live in is full of potential but also difficulties. Linux is the engine that powers servers on the Internet, and by registering for this course, you'll learn the fundamental Linux ideas and commands. It's a Linux Administration program that is unique! You'll learn what is essential and acquire the knowledge to advance and get an edge.
Are you looking to master an essential new skill to be hired, gain a promotion, or prepare yourself for your future? Then this Linux course is the one for you!
When you enroll in the Linux Administration course now, you are making the most investment for the future of your profession!
When you're done with this course, you'll understand how Linux Operating System works and how to manage it best.
This course is designed for you who want to master Linux in the real world.
This course is specifically made for you if you're unfamiliar with Linux or have taken other courses related to it and are looking to fill in the gaps, increase your abilities, or come from different fields like Programming or Networking.
The subjects covered during the course in this Linux Administration course include:
Setup your environment (Installing Ubuntu and CentOS) Ubuntu in addition to CentOS)
It's the Linux Terminal In Depth
Linux File System Linux File System
Absolute Vs. Relative Paths. The walk across The File System (PWD, cd, tree)
The LS Command In-Depth (ls)
Understanding Time stamps for Files: time, (stat touch date)
Accessing the Files (cat, less, more, tail head Watch)
Making Directories and Files (touch, mkdir)
Moving, copying, renaming, and deleting files and directories (cp, shred, mv, rm)
Working with Pipes within Linux (|, wc)
Command Redirection (>, >2>, >> Cut, Tee)
Locating Files and Directories (locate or locate, then find, which)
Find and then Exec
Finding String Patterns (grep strings)
Comparing Files (CMP, diff, sha256)
This is the VIM Editor In Detail
Archiving and compressing Files as well as Directories (tar, Gzip, Bzip2)
Links that are both symbolic and hard. The Inode Structure
User Accounts Management
Understanding shadow files and password
Knowing Linux Groups (groups and ids)
Making, Changing, and removing User Accounts accounts (user add or usermod), or userdel)
Group Management (groupadd groupmod, groupdel)
Monitoring of User Accounts (whoami, who am I, who am I, who is id and w, uptime, the most recent)
Linux File Permissions
Octal (Numeric) Notation of File Permissions
Change permissions to files (chmod)
Change the Ownership of Files (chown, Chgrp)
Learning about the SUID (Set the User ID) as well as Set Group ID (Set Group ID), and the Sticky Bit
Understanding File Attributes (lsattr chattr, lsattr)
Linux Process Management
Processes and the Linux Security Model
Listing Processes (ps top, pstree, htop Htop, top)
The Killing and Signaling Processes (kill, killall, pkill)
Background and Foreground Processes
The Job Control (jobs, job,)
Networking on Linux
Configuring and getting information from your Network Interfaces (ip, ifconfig Route, ifconfig)
Set Up Static IP on Ubuntu (netplan)
Troubleshooting and testing network connectivity
Utilizing, Troubleshooting, and securing the SSH (sshd)
Copies of files Over the Network (SCP)
Synchronizing files and directories with Rsync to sync files and directories
By using the widget
Looking for Listening ports (netstat and ss), lsof Telnet, nmap)
DPKG (Debian as well as Ubuntu Based Distros) and APT
DNF (RedHat Based Distros)
Compiling Software from Source Code: Lab ProFTPD
Linux System Administration
Schedule and Task Automation using Cron (crontab) as well as Anacron
It is possible to mount as well as Unmounting File Systems (df, mount, umount, fdisk the gparted)
Work With Device Files (dd)
Finding System Hardware Information (lwhw, Lscpu, lsusb, lspci Dmidecode, Hdparm,)
Services Control (systemd as well as systemctl)
Bash Shell Scripting
Security Information Gathering and sniffing traffic
Security: Netfilter/Iptables Firewall
Security: SSH PKI & SSH Hardening