RedHat Linux

Linux is a Linux-based operating system from Red Hat designed for businesses. Linux can work on desktops, on servers, in hypervisors or in the cloud. Red Hat and its community-supported counterpart, Fedora, are among the most widely used Linux distributions in the world.

Red Hat Enterprise Linux supports and powers software and technologies for automation, cloud, containers, middleware, storage, application development, microservices, virtualization, management, and more. Linux plays a major role as the core of many of Red Hat’s offerings.

  • Introduction to UNIX & LINUX
    • History
    • Basic concepts of OS, Kernel, Shell & File
    • System Structure
    • Basic concepts of Linux
    • Diiferences between Red Hat Enterprise Linux & Fedora
    • Commands of Linux
  • Installation of Linux
    • Interactive installation
    • Kickstart installation
  • Startup & Shutdown Scripts
    • Booting sequences
    • Kernel initialization
    • INIT process
  • Software & Package Administration
    • Installing & deleting software packages
    • Querying & updating software packages
  • User & Group Administration
    • Creating & deleting users from the system
    • Modifying usrs profile
    • Creating and deleting groups
    • Important system files related to user administration
    • Creating, deleting & modifying users & group
  • Advanced File Permission
    • Assigning advanced files permissions SUID, SGID & Sticky bit
    • Creating, modifying & deleting ACL’s
  • Disk Partitioning & Mounting File System
    • Using fdisk, disk druid utilities for disk partition
    • Using mkfs, commad to create file system
    • Mounting various file system
    • Auto mounting of file system
  • Quotas
    • Enabling quotas on partitions
    • Creating quotas for users
    • Auditing quotas
  • Backup & Recovery
    • Introduction to various types of backup media
    • Backup & restoring data using dump/restore commands
    • Backup & restoring using tar and cpio command
    • Automation of jobs
  • NFS
    • Configuring NFS server
    • Mounting NFS exports on NFS clients
  • Network Information Services (NIS)
    • Basics of NIS
    • Configuring NIS servers & clients
    • Creating NIS users
  • DNS with BIND 9
    • Basics of Internet
    • Basics of DNS & BIND 9
    • Configuring DNS primary & secondary servers
    • Configuring DNS for multiple domains & sub domains
    • Configuring various client (Windows & Linux)
  • Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)
    • Configuring Linux as DHCP server
    • Configuring various clients for DHCP server (Windows & Linux)
  • Mail Server (SMTP, POP3, IMAP)
    • Basic of Mail Server
    • Configuring SMTP service using sendmail
    • Configuring POP3/IMAP service on Linux
    • Integrating Antivirus & Antispam
  • Web Server (Apache)
    • Basic of web service
    • Introduction to Apache
    • Configuring Apache for main site
    • Configuring Apache for multiple sites using IP-based port based & name-based virtual hosting
  • FTP Server (vsftpd daemon)
    • Basics of File Transfer Protocol
    • Configuring vsftpd for anonymous ftp service
  • Proxy Server (Squid)
    • Basics of proxy services
    • Configuring proxy services
    • Creating ACL’s for controlling access to internet
  • Samba Service
    • Basics of file sharing in Windows
    • Configuring Samba service for file sharing with Windows system
  • Securing your Linux server by IP Tables & SELinux
    • Implementing ocal & network security
    • Basic elements of Firewall using IP tables
    • SELinux Overview
    • Working of SELinux
    • Customizing SELinux Policy
  • Troubleshooting your system
    • Recovering the super user password
    • recovering the boot loader (GRUB)
    • Troubleshooting network related problems
  • RAID (Redundant Array of InExpensive Disks) & LVM
    • Implementing RAID on Linux
    • RAID levels 0, 1 and 5 configuration using RAID tools
    • Resizing the partition using LVM
  • Web based Administration
    • Installing Webmin on Linux
    • Administrating Linux machine remotely
    • Using Webmin as a tool for configuring various services on Linux
  • LDAP
    • Configuration of LDAP
    • Creation of Users/Groups
  • Virtualization
    • Managing Virtual machine with xend
    • Starting & stoping virtual machine
    • Virtualization troubleshooting
  • Live Setup
    • Designing, implementing & maintaining of Corporate Network
Duration
  • 30 Days training program
  • Monday - Friday (2 hours) / weekend (5 hours)
  • Practical on real hardware
  • Live setup
Further Courses
  • CCNP
  • CCIE