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Course Description

Industrial Training in Linux is a modular 6 months course. The course curriculum of Industrial Training in Linux comprises of

      PART 1: LINUX ESSENTIALS

      SESSION 1: GETTING STARTED WITH LINUX

    • Introduction to Linux – Ideas & History
    • What is Open Source? Linux Origins
    • Red Hat Distributions, Linux principles, Linux Usage Basics
    • Logging into Red Hat Enterprise Linux
    • Starting X from the Console, Accessing the Command Line
    • Changing your Password, The root User
    • Elevating your Privileges, Editing Text Files
    • SESSION 2: RUNNING COMMANDS AND GETTING HELP

    • Running Commands, Getting Help, The whatis Command
    • The --help Option, Reading Usage Summaries
    • The man and info Commands, Documentation
    • SESSION 3: BROWSING THE FILESYSTEM

    • Linux File Hierarchy Concepts, Current Working Directory
    • File and Directory Names, Absolute and Relative Pathnames
    • Changing Directories, Listing Directory Contents
    • Copying and Moving Files and Directories
    • Creating and Removing Files and Directories, Using Nautilus
    • Determining File Content, Viewing Files
    • SESSION 4: USING THE BASH SHELL

    • bash Introduction, Heritage, and Features
    • Command Line Shortcuts, History Tricks
    • Command Line Expansion, Command Editing Tricks
    • SESSION 5: STANDARD I/O AND PIPES

    • Standard Input and Output
    • Redirecting Standard Input and Output
    • Overwriting vs Appending, Redirecting Standard Error
    • Redirecting Both Standard Output and Error
    • Using Pipes To Connect Processes
    • SESSION 6-7: VI AND VIM

    • Introducing vim, vim basics, Opening, Modifying & Saving Files
    • Using Command Mode, Undoing Changes, Visual Mode
    • Splitting the Screen, Configuring vi and vim
    • SESSION 8-9: CONFIGURING THE BASH SHELL

    • Using bash Variables, Local and Environment Variables
    • Configuration and Information Variables, Variable Expansion
    • Protecting Against Variable Expansion, Aliases
    • How bash Expands the Command Line, Types of Shells
    • bash Startup and Exit Scripts, Using Variables in Shell Scripts
    • SESSION 10-11: FINDING AND PROCESSING FILES

    • The slocate and find Commands, Basic find Examples
    • find and Logical Operators, find and Permissions
    • find and Numeric Criteria, find and Access Times
    • Executing Commands with find, The Gnome Search Tool
    • SESSION 12-14: MANAGING USERS, GROUPS & PERMISSIONS

    • The Linux Security Model, Users and Groups
    • Permission Types
    • Changing Permissions Using Nautilus
    • User and Group ID Numbers
    • The/etc/passwd, /etc/shadow/etc/group files
    • System Users and Groups, Changing Your Identity
    • User Information Commands
    • Special & Default Permissions
    • SESSION 15-17: THE LINUX FILESYSTEM IN-DEPTH

    • Partitions and Filesystems, Inodes and Directories
    • cp, mv, rm, and inodes
    • Symbolic (or Soft) Links and Hard Links
    • The Seven Fundamental Filetypes, Checking Free Space
    • Mounting CDs, DVDs, USB Media, and Floppy Disks
    • Why Archive Files? Compressing Archives
    • Creating, Inspecting & Extracting File from File Archives
    • Why Use File Compression? Compression Utilities
    • SESSION 18-20: INVESTIGATING AND MANAGING PROCESSES

    • What is a Process? Process States, Viewing Processes
    • Sending Signals to Processes, Terminating Processes
    • Altering Process Scheduling Priority
    • Interactive Process Management Tools
    • Running a Process in the Background, Suspending a Process
    • Listing Background and Suspended Jobs
    • Compound Commands
    • Scheduling a Process To Execute Later
    • Scheduling Periodic Processes, Crontab File Format
    • PART 2: LINUX SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION

      SESSION 21: UNDERSTANDING SYSTEM INITIALIZATION

    • Boot Sequence, Boot Loader Components
    • GRUB and grub.conf, Kernel Initialization
    • init Initialization, Run levels, /etc/rc.d/rc.sysinit
    • /etc/rc.d/rc, System V run levels, /Etc/rc.d/rc.local
    • Controlling Services
    • SESSION 22: PERFORMING PACKAGE MANAGEMENT

    • RPM Package Manager
    • Installing and Removing Software
    • Updating a Kernel RPM
    • RPM Queries, rpm Verification
    • About yum, Using yum
    • Searching packages/files
    • Configuring Additional Repositories
    • Creating a Private Repository
    • Red Hat Network Server Entitlements
    • Red Hat Network Client
    • SESSION 23: MANAGING KERNEL SERVICES

    • Kernel Modules, Kernel Images & Variants
    • Managing the initrd image
    • Accessing Drivers through /dev
    • Kernel Configuration with /proc
    • sysctl: Persistent Kernel Configuration
    • Monitoring Processes and Resources
    • SESSION 24: MANAGING SYSTEM SERVICES

    • Network Time Protocol, syslog Configuration
    • Xorg Server Configuration, Remote X Sessions
    • Virtual Network Computing, SSH: Secure Shell
    • System crontab Files, Daily Cron Jobs, CUPS
    • SESSION 25-26: PERFORMING USER ADMINISTRATION

    • Adding a New User Account, User Private Groups
    • Group Administration, Modifying/Deleting Accounts
    • Password Aging Policies, Switching Accounts, Sudo
    • Network Users, Authentication Configuration
    • NIS Client Configuration, LDAP Client Configuration
    • File Ownership, Linux File Permissions
    • SUID / SGID Executables, The Sticky Bit
    • The SGID Directories, Default File Permissions
    • Access Control Lists (ACLs), SELinux
    • SELinux Targeted Policy, SELinux Management
    • SESSION 27-28: MANAGING LINUX FILESYSTEM

    • Filesystem Management, Device Recognition
    • Disk Partitioning, Managing Partitions
    • Making Filesystem, Filesystem Labels, tune2fs
    • Mount Points and /etc/fstab, Mounting Filesystems
    • Handling Swap Files and Partitions
    • Mounting NFS Filesystems, Automounter
    • Advanced Filesystem Management
    • Configuring the Quota System
    • Software RAID Configuration & Recovery
    • Creating & Resizing Logical Volumes
    • Archiving tools, tar, dump/restore, rsync
    • SESSION 29-30: PERFORMING NETWORK CONFIGURATION

    • Network Interfaces, IPv4 Addresses, Device Aliases
    • Routing table, Default gateway, Verify IP connectivity
    • Defining Local Host Name, Verify DNS Connectivity
    • Network Configuration Utilities
    • Transparent Dynamic Configuration
    • Ipv6: Dynamic & Static Interface Configuration
    • New and Modified Utilities
    • SESSION 31-32: INSTALLING RED HAT LINUX ENTERPRISE EDITION

    • Boot Media, Accessing Installer, Installation Method
    • Configuring File System, Advanced Partitioning
    • Starting Kickstart Installation, Kickstart; %pre, %post
    • SESSION 33-34: IMPLEMENTING VIRTUALIZATION WITH XEN

    • Hardware Considerations, Preparing Domain-0
    • Virtual Resources, Domain-U Configuration
    • Domain Management with xm
    • Activating Domains on boot
    • SESSION 35: TROUBLESHOOTING

    • Method of Fault Analysis, Gathering Data
    • Order of the Boot Process
    • Filesystem Corruption & Recovery
    • Recovery Run-levels, Rescue Environment
    • PART 3: LINUX NETWORK SERVICES AND SECURITY ADMINISTRATION

      SESSION 36: MANAGING SYSTEM PERFORMANCE AND SECURITY

    • Concepts and Practices, System Faults and Breaches
    • Method of Fault Analysis, Benefit of System Monitoring
    • Managing Processes by Account
    • SESSION 37: CONFIGURING SYSTEM SERVICE ACCESS CONTROLS

    • Service and Network Access Controls
    • System Initialization and Service Management
    • Service and Application Access Controls
    • tcp_wrappers Configuration
    • SESSION 38: CONFIGURING NETWORK RESOURCE ACCESS CONTROLS

    • Internet Protocol and Routing
    • IPv6: Dynamic & IPv6: Static Interface Configuration
    • IPv6: Routing Configuration, Netfilter Overview
    • Rules: General Considerations, Connection Tracking
    • Network Address Translation (NAT), IPv6 and ip6tables
    • SESSION 39-40: ORGANIZING NETWORKED SYSTEMS

    • Host Name Resolution, DNS-Specific Resolvers
    • Trace a DNS Query with dig, Exploring DNS with host
    • Service Profile: DNS, Getting Started with BIND
    • bindchroot Package, cachingnameserver Package
    • Remote Name Daemon Control (rndc)
    • The DHCP Service, DHCP Overview
    • Configuring an IPv4 DHCP Server
    • SESSION 41-42: CONFIGURING NETWORK FILE SHARING SERVICES

    • File Transfer Protocol (FTP), Network File Service (NFS)
    • Port options for the Firewall
    • Samba services, Configuring Samba
    • SESSION 43-44: MANAGING WEB SERVICES

    • Apache Overview
    • Apache Server Configuration, Virtual Hosts
    • Apache Access Configuration, CGI
    • Apache Encrypted Web Server
    • Squid Web Proxy Cache
    • SESSION 45: CONFIGURING ELECTRONIC MAIL SERVICES

    • Essential Email Operation
    • Simple Mail Transport Protocol
    • Sendmail SMTP Restrictions
    • Sendmail Operation
    • SESSION 46-47: SECURING DATA

    • The Need For Encryption
    • Symmetric Encryption
    • Asymmetric Encryption
    • Public Key Infrastructures
    • Digital Certificates
    • SESSION 48-50: PERFORMING ADVANCED ACCOUNT MANAGEMENT

    • Account Management
    • Account Information (Name Service)
    • Name Service Switch (NSS)
    • Pluggable Authentication Modules (PAM)
    • PAM Operation, Utilities and Authentication