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What you will learn?

In this course you will start with basics of Linux and learn how to configure and secure your Linux installation. You will also learn how to configure your Linux server as DNS server, DHCP server, Web Server, Mail server, NFS server.

Who can attend?

  • Any Graduate looking for career in IT

Suggested Pre-requisites

  • Basic computer knowledge

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
  • 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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Linux Basics
1. Introduction to Linux

  • History of UNIX &LINUX
  • Basic concepts of Operating System
  • FSF & GNU, GPL
  • Linux Kernel
  • Linux Distributions
  • Standardization- POSIX,SUS,FSSTND,FHS,LSB
2. Basic System Concepts

  • Power on, Power off, Reboot
  • Logging In
  • Desktop Environment -GNOME
  • Text environment
  • Terminals, Virtual Consoles
  • Login Prompt
  • Executing Commands
  • Switching Users
  • Gathering Login Session Info – id, who, tty
  • Gathering System Info – uname, arch,hostname, IP address, top
  • Getting help with man & info
3. Linux File System

  • Linux Filesystem support
  • Linux Filesystem Features
  • Filesystem Hierarchy Standard
  • Navigating Filesystem
  • Creating, Renaming, Copying, Moving, Deleting Files & Directories
  • File Editors – vi , vim
  • Displaying and Previewing files – cat, more, less, head, tail
  • Searching the Filesystem – find
  • Producing File Statistics – wc
  • Determining Disk Usage – du
  • File & Directory Basic Permissions
  • Default File Permissions & umask
  • Filesystem Structure- inodes, Data Blocks
  • Filesystem Links
  • Soft link & Hard links
4. Shell Basics

  • Role of Shell
  • Different Shells
  • Communication Channels – STDIN, STDOUT, STDERR
  • File & I/O Redirection
  • Piping Commands Together
  • Basic Regular Expressions
  • Using grep
  • Shell/Environment Variables
  • Command Line History
  • Command Completion
  • Introduction to Shell Scripting
5. Boot Process & INIT

  • Linux Boot Process
  • GRUB boot loader & Configuration
  • Kernel Boot Parameters
  • /sbin/init, Linux Runlevels & rc
  • Managing Daemons/Services
  • Enabling & Disabling Services
System Administration
6. Managing Process

  • Monitoring Processes – ps, top
  • Process Signals
  • Process Scheduling – nice, renice
  • Killing Processes
7. Administrating Users & group

  • User & Group concepts
  • User Private Group Scheme
  • Creating & Administering Users
  • Group Administration
  • Password Aging
8. Managing File & Directory Permissions

  • File & Directory Basic Permissions
  • Modifying Permissions
  • Modifying Owner and Group
  • Advanced Permissions – SUID,SGID, Sticky Bit
  • Access Control Lists (ACLs)
9. Managing Physical Storage

  • MBR, Primary, Extended, Logical Partitions
  • Listing Available Disk Devices
  • Creating Partitions & Filesystems
  • Mounting Filesystem Temporarily & Persistently
  • Examining & Managing Filesystem Parameters
  • Configuring & Managing SWAP space
10. Logical Volume Management

  • LVM Concepts
  • Creating Logical Volumes
  • Managing Logical Volumes
11. Installing and Managing Software

  • Using RPM & YUM
  • Identify Installed Packages
  • Configuring YUM repositories
  • Install, Remove and Update Packages
12. Job Automation

  • Using cron & at
  • Scheduling Jobs
  • Managing Jobs
13. Archiving & Compression

  • Using tar & cpio
  • Compressing files with zip, gzip, bzip2
  • System Backup with tar
14. System Monitoring and Logs

  • Determining Log Destinations
  • Rotating Logs
  • Locate & Analyze Log Summary Report
Administering Network Services
15. Linux Networking Concepts

  • Introduction to Linux Networking
  • IP Address, Subnet mask, DNS, Gateway, Router
  • Linux Network Interfaces
  • Ethernet Hardware Tools – ethtool, ifup, ifdown
  • Network Configuration Files
  • Assigning IP Address
  • IP Aliasing & NIC Bonding
16. Working with Remote Systems

  • Accessing Remote Shell using SSH
  • Remote Command Execution
  • Using SSH Keys to configure Passwordless Login
  • Copying Remote files using SCP
17. VNC Server

  • Configuring VNC
  • Accessing remote Desktops through VNC
18. File Transfer Protocol (FTP) Server

  • Deploying FTP Server
  • Configuring FTP for Anonymous user
  • Configuring FTP for Upload files
  • Configuring FTP for Downloading files
19. Web Server

  • Configuring Apache web Server
  • Configuring Virtual Hosting
20. Mail Server

  • Mail Server Concepts & Terminology
  • Configuring Postfix mail server
21. NFS Server

  • NFS Concepts & Configuration
  • Configuring NFS Server
  • Mounting NFS Directory on Clients
  • Auto mounting NFS
22. SAMBA Server

  • Common Internet File System (CIFS)
  • Configuring SAMBA Service
  • Accessing Windows Shares using Samba
23. DNS Server

  • Configuring DNS Server
  • Adding Clients to DNS Server
  • Client side Configuration
24. DHCP Server

  • Configuring DHCP server
  • Starting and Stopping DHCP Server
Security
25. Firewalls

  • Activate & Deactivate Firewall Protection
  • Allowing Access to Trusted Services
26. IP Tables

  • Packet Filtering using IPTables
  • IPTables Chains
  • Creating a rule
  • Deleting a rule
27. Managing SELinux

  • Basic SELinux Security Concepts
  • SELinux Modes
  • Display & Modify SELinux Modes
  • Display & Modify SELinux Contexts of Files
  • Managing SELinux Booleans
  • Monitoring SELinux Violations
28. Enhanced User Security

  • Configuring SUDO
  • Limiting SUDO Users
  • Checking logs of SUDO Users
Installation & Trouble-shooting
29. Installing Linux

  • Graphical Installation with Anaconda
  • Post-install Configuration with Fristboot
  • Kickstart Installation
  • Creating Kickstart File
  • Validating Kickstart File
  • Performing Kickstart Installation
30. System Recovery Techniques

  • Repairing Boot Issues, What can go wrong?
  • Resolving GRUB issues
  • Repairing Damaged Filesystems
  • Repairing Broken FSTAB with sulogin shell
  • Passing Kernel Arguments at boot time
  • Recovering root user password
  • Rescue Mode
  • Reinstalling GRUB
Virtualization
31. Managing Virtual Machines

  • Virtualization Concepts
  • Virtualization in Linux
  • Creating Virtual Machines
  • Installing Guest Operating System
  • Starting , Stopping Virtual Machines

 

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UCLID IT School is the pioneer in Oracle DBA training.  At UCLID, you are assured to get pure and clean Oracle DBA training. We have mastered the art of teaching Oracle DBA and changed many lives for good.  At UCLID, we follow an easy, simple and no-nonsense approach towards making you a master in Oracle DBA.

With it’s enviable & impeccable track record of training and placing thousands of students as Oracle DBAs in many IT organizations, Uclid has the following unique advantages:

  • Training by former employees of Oracle India and real time IT professionals from various top IT firms
  • Training on Real Time scenarios and case studies
  • Most in-depth and comprehensive training on every topic of the course
  • Well structured Training Material for future reference
  • Training on Latest Versions – Oracle 12c
  • Individual attention and group discussions for Interview preperation
  • Dedicated systems for Lab practice supported by qualified Lab Administrators and UPS for power backup
  • Unlimited Lab Access till you get job
  • 100% Placement Assistance backed by many top IT organizations (around 16 Top IT companies hire fresher DBAs from Uclid)
  • 100% Satisfaction guarenteed

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