Linux: Open Source Administration

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Length: 20 hours
Technology: Linux
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Linux: Open Source Administration

This introductory Linux course prepares students to install, configure, and administer Linux. Students learn both command line and graphical user interface administration with full-feature Linux distributions. Emphasis is placed on applied skills that address real-world challenges such as managing file structure, network servics, and system security.

MODULE 1: The Linux Foundation

Lesson 1: What is the computer?

Lesson 2: Operating System History

Lesson 3: What is the Linux Operating System?

Lesson 4: Operating System Kernel

Lesson 5: Unix System

Lesson 6: Linux and Unix difference

Lesson 7: GNU/GPL Goal

Lesson 8: What is open source?

Lesson 9: What are the distributions?

Lesson 10: The most popular Linux os

MODULE 2: Linux Structure and Installation

Lesson 1: File system hierarchy

Lesson 2: /Boot loader

Lesson 3: Swapped logical hardware

Lesson 4: Hardware requirement for Linux

Lesson 5: Linux installation procedure

Lesson 6: Linux package management

Lesson 7: Debian, rpm package usage

MODULE 3: Graphical Interface and Run-level

Lesson 1: Linux Login

Lesson 2: Linux CLI Remote Desktop

Lesson 3: Desktop Linux GUI

Lesson 4: Understanding Linux mode

Lesson 5: Runlevel Linux (0-6)

Lesson 6: Explore essential symbolic (*,~,|,:,#,!,@,/,)

Lesson 7: Unix Shell scripts language

MODULE 4: Basic Linux Command Utilization

Lesson 1: Understand Linux command structure

Lesson 2: ls explanation

Lesson 3: PWD explanation

Lesson 4: cd explanation

Lesson 5: cp explanation

Lesson 6: mv explanation

Lesson 7: rm explanation

Lesson 8: touch explanation

Lesson 9: mkdir explanation

Lesson 10: rmdir explanation

Lesson 11: grep or egrep explanation

Lesson 12: find command explanation

Lesson 13: Input/Output & pipe Redirection

MODULE 5: Text Editors/ Files Customization

Lesson 1: Nano

Lesson 2: gedit

Lesson 3: vi/vim

Lesson 4: gnu emacs

Lesson 5: atom

Lesson 6: eclipse

MODULE 6: User, Group, File Management

Lesson 1: what is the user account?

Lesson 2: static account

Lesson 3: daemon or service account

Lesson 4: user creation & option

Lesson 5: default home use location

Lesson 6: what is a group account?

Lesson 7: group creation & modification

Lesson 8: what is Linux's permission?

Lesson 9: option or mode of permission

Lesson 10: chmod command explanation

Lesson 11: chgrp command explanation

Lesson 12: chown command explanation

MODULE 7: Network Operations

Lesson 1: why does Linux computer need a network?

Lesson 2: Network Option configuration

Lesson 3: configuration mode (CLI/GUI)

Lesson 4: GUI mode configuration

Lesson 5: CLI mode configuration & option (IP address, ifconfig, vim /etc/sysconfic/network)

Lesson 6: statistic views

Lesson 7: route table views

MODULE 8: Disk Management

Lesson 1: disk structure technology

Lesson 2: what is internal and external storage?

Lesson 3: disk partition

Lesson 4: IDE, SCSI, SATA controllers device view

Lesson 5: Linux file system technology

Lesson 6: Linux's mounted point

Lesson 7: GUI disk management

Lesson 8: cli disk management (fdisk/df/pydf/parted/lsblk)

Lesson 9: disk performance monitoring( iostat/smartctl)

MODULE 9: Install configure NFS (Network File System)

Lesson 1: Explore Network File Systems

Lesson 2: Package installation

Lesson 3: Backup main configuration

Lesson 4: Understanding the shared folder

Lesson 5: Default main configuration

Lesson 6: Server End configuration

Lesson 7: Client End configuration

Lesson 8: Service up/down/restart/status

Lesson 9: Protocol firewall controlling

Lesson 10: Permanent Mount

MODULE 10: SAMBA Server Installation

Lesson 1: What is the SAMBA service?

Lesson 2: Samba installation

Lesson 3: Backup main configuration

Lesson 4: Fully Accessed Shared Folder

Lesson 5: Service up/down/restart/status

Lesson 6: Protocol firewall controlling

Lesson 7: Limited Accessed Shared Folder

MODULE 11: Apache Web Server Installation

Lesson 1: What is the webserver?

Lesson 2: what is the Apache server?

Lesson 3: Apache installation

Lesson 4: default directory

Lesson 5: Apache configuration

Lesson 6: Service up/down/restart/status

Lesson 7: Protocol firewall controlling

Lesson 8: configure Vhost

MODULE 12: LVM Linux Volume Management

Lesson 1: Introduction to the Logical Volume Manager

Lesson 2: LVM Structure

Lesson 3: Layers of Abstraction in LVM

Lesson 4: Creating PVs

Lesson 5: Creating VGs

Lesson 6: Creating LVs

Lesson 7: Extending VGs and LVs

Lesson 8: Mirroring Logical Volumes

Lesson 9: Removing Logical Volumes, Physical Volumes, and Volume Groups

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