Linux is widely used operating software in the corporate world. This is open-source software and highly secure for companies. So, there is a great opportunity if you want to work as a Linux specialist in companies. And if you do not have any further information about Linux. Then this Linux online course is going to help you by telling you each concept of Linux OS. The reason being our this online course in Linux administration is an 80 hours online course that is specially designed for those students who want to know the detailed concepts of Linux OS. 

What will you learn in this online program?

  • You will know what is Linux and its features.
  • Then you will have a detailed approach to its usage in our day-to-day life.
  • You will understand Oracle VB, Linux distribution, Installation, and other variations of Linux.
  • You will also learn about Shell scripting and its essentials.
  • We will provide you extensive knowledge about virtual machine management and its configurations.
  • By the end of the course, you will have a great understanding of Linux fundamentals such as syntax, TAB, commands, filters, and much more.

Course Content

Total: 87 lectures
  • What is Linux or GNU?
  • Parts of an Operating System
  • Important parts of the kernal
  • Major services in a UNIX System
  • Init
  • Logins from terminals
  • Syslog
  • Periodic command execution: cron and at
  • Graphical user interface
  • What is Networkng?
  • Network Logins
  • Network file systems
  • Mail
  • Printing
  • the filesystem layout
  • What is Directory Tree?
  • The Root filesystem
  • The/etc directory
  • The /dev directory
  • The /usr filesystem
  • The /var filesystem
  • The /proc filesystem
  • Hardware Utilities
  • The mknod command
  • The Ispci command
  • The MAKEDEV Script
  • The Isdev command
  • The Isusb command
  • The hdparm command
  • Kernal Modules
  • Ismod
  • insmod
  • depmod
  • rmmod
  • modprobe
  • 2 Kinds of devices
  • What is Hard disks?
  • Storage Area Network - Draft
  • Network Attached Storage - Draft
  • NFS
  • CIFS
  • Floppies
  • CD-ROMs
  • Tapes
  • Formatting
  • Partitions
  • What is filesystem?
  • filesystem galore
  • Which filesystem should be used?
  • Creating a filesystem
  • Filesystem block size
  • Filessystem comparison
  • Mounting and unmounting
  • Filesystem Security
  • Disk without filesystems
  • Allocating disk space
  • What is virtual memory?
  • Creating a swap space
  • Using a swap space
  • Sharing swap spaces with other operating systems
  • Allocating swap space
  • The buffer cache
  • System Resources
  • Files system usage
  • Monitoring Users
  • Overview of boots and shutdowns
  • Boot Process
  • What is Bootloaders
  • More about shutdowns
  • Rebooting
  • Single user mode
  • Emergency boot floppies
  • Logins via terminals
  • Logins via the network
  • What login does?
  • X and xdm
  • Access control
  • Shell startup
  • What's an account?
  • Creating a user
  • /etc/passwd and other informative files
  • Picking numeric user and group ids
  • Initial environment: /etc/skel
  • Creating a user by hand
  • Changing user propertities
  • Removing a user
  • Disabling a user temporarily


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