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Download Brochure[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column width=”3/4″][dt_gap height=”25″][vc_tabs style=”tab-style-one” interval=”0″][vc_tab title=”Introduction” tab_id=”1426660931328-4-10133-b38a”][vc_column_text]What you will learn?

Unlike other institutes, the course curriculum is uniquely designed to cover all aspects of Linux.

In this course you will learn:

  • Basic Linux
  • Linux Administration Essentials
  • Advanced Shell Scripting

Who can attend?

  • Any Graduate looking for career in IT
  • Any Graduate looking for career in IT as Oracle DBA/Developer
  • Any Graduate looking for career in IT as Linux Administrator

Suggested Pre-requisites

  • This is an entry level course into IT and hence does not have any pre-requisites

Training Highlights:

  • High Quality & High Impact Training by Real Time IT Experts
  • Training on Latest versions
  • Extensive syllabus
  • In-depth coverage with real world examples and scenarios
  • Top Quality course material for self-study and future reference
  • Dedicated Linux server for lab practice
  • Unlimited Lab access after course completion also
  • Assistance on resume preparation & certification
  • Free Linux software & Installation on your personal Laptops
  • 100% Placement assistance by full-fledged in-house placement cell

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PART-1: Basic Linux

1. Overview of Operating Systems 2. History of Linux 3. Comparing Linux with Unix
4. Features of Linux 5. Popular Uses of Linux 6. Linux Distributions
7. Multi User Concepts 8. The Linux File System 9. Basic Commands

  • clear, echo, cal, date
  • who, who am i, expr, bc
10. Manipulating Files

  • cat, cp
  • mv, rm
  • ls with options
11. Manipulating Directories

  • mkdir, cd
  • rmdir, rm –r
12. Editing Files using ‘vi’

  • Introduction to vi
  • Command mode
  • Ex command mode
  • Insert mode
13. Navigating File System

  • Referring a file with its path
  • Absolute path
  • Relative Path
14. File System Links

  • Creating Links
  • Hard Link Vs Soft Link
15. File Searching using Wildcard Patterns

  • ?, *, […]
16. Getting Help

  • man
  • info
17.Changing File Permissions

  • Types of Users
  • Types of Permissions
  • chmod, umask
18. Filter Commands

  • wc – word count
  • head, tail – file viewing
  • grep, fgrep, egrep – searching inside files
  • sort – text sorting
  • uniq – duplicate removal Utility
  • cut – extracting columns
  • paste – merging files
  • sed – streaming editor
  • awk – text processing
  • tr – replacing text
19. Regular Expressions

  • Regular Expressions Overview
  • Usage of Regular Expressions
  • Char classes, Quantifiers, Parenthesis
20. Piping

  • Piping Commands Together
  • tee command
  • more and less in piping
21. File Redirection

  • Output Redirection
  • Input Redirection
  • Append Redirection
  • STDOUT, STDIN, STDERR
22. File Comparisons

  • cmp
  • comm
  • diff
23. Process Management

  • What is a background process
  • Managing Processes
  • Viewing processes using ps and top
  • nice, renice
24. Messaging commands (communication)

  • write
  • wall
  • mail
25. Job Scheduling

  • at, batch
  • crontab
26. Archiving and Compression

  • zip, bzip, gzip
  • cat, zcat
  • tar
27. Searching for files

  • find
  • locate
  • which
  • whereis
28. Shell Basics

  • Role of command shell
  • Different Shells
29. Networking Commands

  • telnet, ftp
  • ssh
  • ping, ifconfig
30. Disk Usage

  • du
  • df
  • free
Part-2: Linux Administration Essentials
1. Linux Installation

  • Types of Installation
  • Creating a bootable USB
  • Partitions
  • Package Selection
  • Post Installation Steps
2. Run Levels

  • What are Run Levels
  • init process
  • Types of Run Levels
  • What is Single User Mode
  • About rc.d, rc1.d, rc2.d … rc6.d
  • Adding Scripts in Run levels
3. Virtualization

  • What is Virtualization
  • Creating VM’s
  • Installing Linux in VM
  • Snapshots
4. Disk Management

  • Understanding Partitions
  • Primary, Extended , Logical partitions
  • Using  fdisk to create partitions
  • Creating Filesystems and mounting partitions
5. User Administration

  • Understanding different type of users
  • sudoers
  • Creating User Accounts
  • Creating Groups
6. Kernel

  • Kernel and its uses
  • Kernel Parameters
7. Security

  • Firewall and iptables
  • SELinux basics
  • Security Limits
8. Package Management

  • what is rpm
  • Installing packages
  • Updating Packages
  • Removing Packages
  • Verifying Packages
Part-3: Advanced Shell Scripting
1. Introduction to Shell Scripting

  • Writing basic shell Script
  • Executing Shell Scripts
  • Different type of shells
  • Executing Script in different Shells
2. Writing Input Output statements

  • echo
  • print
  • read, read with options
3. Working With Variables

  • About Variables
  • Creating and using variables
  • System variables
  • Environment variables
  • User defined variables
  • Read only variables
  • Unset variables
  • Set command
  • Storing command output in variables
  • Performing arithmetic operations
4. Conditional Statements

  • If, if..else
  • Nested if
  • if..elif
  • case
5. Comparisons with test command

  • File Tests
  • String Tests
  • Numeric Tests
6. Exit status value

  • $?
7. Loop Control Statements

  • while, until, for
  • break, continue
8. exit and sleep Commands 9. Positional Parameters

  • Usage of positional parameters
  • What is $0, $#,  $*
10. Creating Our Own Commands with getopts 11. Using ‘exec’ to read input from files 12. Developing Scripts for Oracle Database Administration/Management

  • Scripts for Startup and Shutdown of DB
  • Scripts for DB Backup
  • Scripts for DB maintenance
  • Scripts to run built-in procedures/ functions

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  • Well structured Training Material for future reference
  • Training on Latest Versions – Oracle 12c
  • Individual attention and group discussions for Interview preperation
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