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Digitization is the future of humanity. Significant fields of study like big data, IOT, artificial intelligence, and deep learning are in full swing in the IT industry. The first step to learning these topics is to master the Linux Operating System.

But, what about those who are already an expert in programming, right? Well, we have excellent Linux management courses too for the professionals hoping to learn a few crucial management skills to boost their career!

Even if you are not a Computer science graduate, you can learn Linux by opting for an online course. For the aspirants opting for the management course a thorough knowledge of the basics is necessary though!

What is Linux/ Linux Management training?

Linux is an open source operating system which is mostly used for higher level technical studies and research works. The kernel driven software is based on Intel x86 and is capable of receiving commands from the overlying software of the computer and sends them back to the computer’s hardware.

In Linux training classes, students can learn the programming skills followed by the architectural design and operational studies, which is essential for an IT aspirant or in the field of research.

In case of the management course you can expect to get an in-depth insight into the administrative aspects of the subject like, administration, configuration, troubleshooting & more!

What to learn?

Linux is like a sea with every drop carrying a hundred bytes of information. To begin with, learning the Linux command line is a must for the programmers and developers. This course will offer lectures on using the command line.

The training includes an extensive understanding of the Linux Operating System. Other topics like shell, userspace, kernel, file hierarchy, Advance command, Industry level Architecture and challenges  etc. will be covered using demonstrative lectures.

The management training on the other hand includes installation, modification, troubleshooting, configuration, maintenance, administration, planning, analyzing, implementation & automation of the system!

Why us?

If you want to learn how to work  for Linux kernel like a pro, look nowhere but HighSky IT because we provide an excellent platform for our students. Our classes focus on both theoretical and practical based lectures & assignments. With the Linux training courses of HighSky IT, Ahmedabad, one can get proper learning and guidance from our Faculty who are the experts in the field.

Course Duration : 45 Hours

1. Accessing the Command line
  • Accessing the Command Line Using the Local Console
  • Practice: Local Console Access Terms
  • Accessing the Command Line  Using  the Desktop
  • Practice: The GNOME 3 Desktop Environment
  • Executing Commands Using the Bash shell
  • Practice: Bash Commands and Keyboard  Shortcuts
  • Lab: Accessing the Command line
2. Managing Files from the Command Line
  • The Linux File System  Hierarchy
  • Practice: File system  Hierarchy
  • Locating File by name
  • Practice: Locating files and Directories
  • Managing File Using Command –Line Tools
  • Practice: Command-Line File Management
  • Matching File Name Using Path Name Expansion
  • Practice: Path Name Expansion
  • Lab: Managing Files With Shell Expansion
3. Getting Help in Red Hat Enterprise Linux
  • Reading Documentation Using man Command
  • Practice: Using the man Command
  • Reading Documentation Using pinfo Command
  • Practice: Using the pinfo command
  • Reading Documentation in /usr/share/doc
  • Practice: Viewing Package Documentation
  • Getting Help From Red Hat
  • Practice: Creating and Viewing an SoS Report
  • Lab: Viewing and Printing Help Documentation
4. Creating, Viewing, and Editing Text Files
  • Redirecting Output to a File or Program
  • Practice: I/O Redirection and  pipelines
  • Editing Text Files from the shell Prompt
  • Practice: Editing Files with Vim
  • Editing Text Files with a Graphical Editor
  • Practice: Copying Text Between Windows
  • Lab: Creating, Viewing, and Editing Text Files
5. Managing Local Linux Users and Groups
  • Users and Groups
  • Practice: User and Group Concepts
  • Gaining Superuser Access
  • Practice: Running commands as root
  • Managing Local User Accounts
  • Practice: Creating Users Using Command-line Tools
  • Managing Local Group Accounts
  • Practice: Managing Group Using Command-line Tools
  • Managing User Passwords
  • Practice: Managing User Password Aging
  • Lab: Managing Local Linux Users and Groups
6. Controlling Access to Files with Linux File System Permissions
  • Linux File System permissions
  • Practice: interpreting File and Directory Permissions
  • Managing File System Permission From the Command Line
  • Practice: Managing File Security from the Command Line
  • Managing Default Permissions and File Access
  • Practice: Controlling New File Permissions and Ownership
  • Lab Controlling Access to Files with Linux File System Permissions
7. Monitoring and Managing Linux Processes
  • Processes
  • Practice: Processes
  • Controlling Jobs
  • Practice: Background and Foreground Processes
  • Killing Processes
  • Practice: Killing Processes
  • Monitoring  Process Activity
  • Practice: Monitoring Process Activity
  • Lab Monitoring and Managing Linux Processes
8. Controlling Services and Daemons
  • Identifying Automatically Started processes
  • Practice: Identify the Status of Systemd units
  • Controlling System Services
  • Practice: Using systemctl to Manage Services
  • Lab: Controlling Services and Daemons
9. Configuring and Securing OpenSSH Service
  • Accessing the Remote Command Line With SSH
  • Practice: Accessing the Remote Command Line
  • Configuring SSH key-based Authentication
  • Practice: Using SSH  Key-based Authenticating
  • Customizing SSH Service Configuration
  • Practice: Restricting SSH Longin
  • Lab: Configuring and Securing OpenSSH Service
10. Analyzing and Storing Logs
  • System Log Architecture
  • Practice: Syslog Logging Components
  • Reviewing Syslog Files
  • Practice: Finding Log Entries
  • Reviewing Systemd Journal Entries
  • Practice: Finding Events With Journalctl
  • Preserving the Systemd Journal
  • Practice: Configure a Persistent Systemd Journal
  • Maintaining  Accurate Time
  • Practice: Adjusting System Time
  • Lab: Analyzing and Storing Logs
11. Managing Red hat Enterprise Linux Networking
  • Networking Concepts
  • Practice: Networking concepts
  • Validating Network Configuration
  • Practice: Examining Network Configuration
  • Configuring Networking with nmcli
  • Practice: Configuring Networking With nmcli
  • Editing Network Configuration Files
  • Practice: Editing Network Configuration Files
  • Configuring host Names and name Resolution
  • Practice: Configuring Host Names and name Resolution
  • Lab: Managing Red Hat Enterprise Linux Networking
12. Archiving and Copying Files between Systems
  • Managing Compressed tar Archives
  • Practice: Backing UP and Restoring Files From a tar Archive
  • Copying Files Between Systems Securely
  • Practice: Copying Files Over the Network with SCP
  • Synchronizing Files Between Systems Securely
  • Practice: Synchronizing Two Directories Securely With RSYNC
  • Lab: Installing and Updating Software Packages.
13. Installing and Updating Software Packages
  • Attaching Systems to Subscriptions for Software Updates
  • Practice: Red Hat Subscription Management
  • Rpm Software Packages and yum
  • Practice: RPM Software Packages
  • Managing Software updates with YUM
  • Practice: Installing and Updating Software with YUM
  • Enabling YUM Software Repositories
  • Practice: Working with RPM package Files
  • Lab: Installing and Updating Software Packages
14. Accessing Linux File Systems
  • Identifying File Systems and Devices
  • Practice: Identifying File Systems and Devices
  • Mounting and Unmounting File Systems
  • Practice: Mounting and Unmounting File Systems
  • Making Links Between Files
  • Practice: Making Links Between Files
  • Locating Files on the System
  • Practice: Locating Files on the System
  • Lab: Accessing Linux File Systems
15. Using Virtualized Systems
  • Managing a Local Virtualized Host
  • Practice: Managing a local virtualized Host
  • Installing a new Virtual Machine
  • Practice: Installing a New Virtualized Machine
  • Chapter Test: Using virtualized Systems

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