Linux Administration

Many of you must be thinking of becoming a successful Linux administrator but the major concern for all the new comers is its steep learning curve and wide range of subjects. That is why our Linux training program in Chandigarh is designed to ease out the Linux learning process for freshers. Our Linux training center is known for its proficient faculty and avant-garde training aids that will allow you to learn the most in the shortest time. So, no matter what amount of syllabus is there or what the difficulty level is, our trainers know how to make things interesting for the trainees. Our Linux administration training will shape you up into a complete professional and will open the doors of many upmarket brands for you. Join the RV Technologies and start your career successfully.

An Overview to our Linux Syllabus

Introduction to Linux

  • Use of standard command line tools (e.g., ls, cp, mv, rm, tail, cat, etc.) to create, remove, view, and investigate files and directories.

  • Use of grep, sed, and awk to process text streams and files.

  • Use of terminal-based text editor, such as vim or nano, to modify text files

  • Use of input/output redirection

  • Understanding basic principles of TCP/IP networking, including IP addresses, netmasks, and gateways for IPv4

  • Use of su to switch user accounts

  • Use of passwd to set passwords

  • Use of tar, gzip, and bzip2

  • Configuring of an email client on Red Hat Enterprise Linux

  • Use of ftp to access FTP URLs

Troubleshooting and System Maintenance

  • Booting of systems into different run levels for troubleshooting and system maintenance

  • Diagnosing and correcting misconfigured networking

  • Diagnosing and correcting host name resolution problems

  • Configuring the X Window System and a desktop environment

  • Addition of new partitions, filesystems, and swapping to existing systems

  • Use of standard command-line tools for analyzing problems and for system configuration

Installation and Configuration

  • Performing network OS installation

  • Implementation of custom partitioning scheme

  • Configuring the scheduling of tasks using cron and at

  • System attachment to a network directory service

  • Configure autofs

  • Adding and managing users, groups, quotas, and File Access Control Lists

  • Configuring filesystem permissions for collaboration

  • Installing and updating packages using rpm

  • Updating the kernel package

  • Configuring the system to update/install packages from remote repositories using yum

  • Modifying the system bootloader

  • Implementation of software RAID at install-time and run-time

  • Using /proc/sys and sysctl to modify and set kernel run-time parameters

  • Scripting for automating the system maintenance tasks

Troubleshooting and System Maintenance

  • Using of the rescue environment provided by first installation CD

  • Diagnosing and correcting boot failures arising from bootloader, module, and filesystem errors

  • Diagnosing and correcting problems with network services (see Installation and Configuration below for a list of these services)

  • Add, remove, and resize logical volumes

  • Diagnose and correct networking problems where SELinux contexts are interfering with proper operation

Installation and Configuration

Students will be trained in configuring the following:

  • HTTP

  • SMB

  • NFS

  • FTP

  • Web proxy

  • SMTP

  • SSH

  • NTP

  • Package Installation

  • SELinux Configuration

  • Configure the service to start when the system is booted

  • Configure the service for basic operation

  • Configure host-based and user-based security for the service

Note: Stipend/job can be offered but only to those students who will perform well during their training period. It will be solely performance based.
Every week there will be an expert lecture on advance topics and revision of already covered syllabus.

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