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  1. Understanding Linux Basics:
    • Learn about the Linux file system hierarchy.
    • Understand permissions and ownership of files and directories.
    • Familiarize yourself with common Linux commands for navigation, file manipulation, and system administration.
  2. RHEL Installation and Configuration:
    • Learn the installation process of RHEL, including partitioning and package selection.
    • Understand how to configure basic system settings such as networking, users, and time synchronization.
  3. System Administration:
    • Study system administration tasks such as user and group management, file system management, and process management.
    • Learn how to install, update, and manage software packages using package managers like YUM (Yellowdog Updater, Modified).
  4. Network Configuration and Services:
    • Understand network configuration including IP addressing, DNS resolution, and network bonding.
    • Learn to configure network services such as DHCP, DNS, and FTP.
  5. Security and Authentication:
    • Study Linux security principles and best practices.
    • Learn about authentication mechanisms such as passwords, SSH keys, and LDAP integration.
    • Understand how to configure firewall rules and implement security measures to protect the system.
  6. System Monitoring and Troubleshooting:
    • Familiarize yourself with monitoring tools like top, vmstat, and sar for performance analysis.
    • Learn troubleshooting techniques to identify and resolve common issues related to networking, file systems, and services.
  7. Virtualization and Containerization:
    • Understand virtualization concepts and tools like KVM (Kernel-based Virtual Machine) and libvirt.
    • Study containerization technologies such as Docker and Kubernetes.
  8. Automation and Scripting:
    • Learn shell scripting using Bash to automate repetitive tasks.
    • Understand configuration management tools like Ansible for managing infrastructure as code.
  9. High Availability and Clustering:
    • Study concepts related to high availability (HA) and clustering.
    • Learn about tools like Pacemaker and Corosync for configuring and managing HA clusters.
  10. RHEL Certification Preparation:
    • Consider preparing for Red Hat certification exams such as RHCSA (Red Hat Certified System Administrator) and RHCE (Red Hat Certified Engineer) to validate your skills and knowledge.
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What Will You Learn?

  • Linux Basics
  • File system hierarchy
  • Permissions and ownership
  • Common Linux commands
  • RHEL Installation and Configuration
  • Installation process
  • System configuration (networking, users, time synchronization)
  • System Administration
  • User and group management
  • File system management
  • Process management
  • Network Configuration and Services
  • IP addressing
  • DNS resolution
  • DHCP, DNS, FTP configuration
  • Security and Authentication
  • Linux security principles
  • Authentication mechanisms
  • Firewall configuration
  • System Monitoring and Troubleshooting
  • Monitoring tools
  • Troubleshooting techniques
  • Virtualization and Containerization
  • Virtualization concepts and tools
  • Containerization technologies
  • Automation and Scripting
  • Shell scripting (Bash)
  • Configuration management tools (Ansible)
  • High Availability and Clustering
  • High availability concepts
  • Tools for clustering
  • RHEL Certification Preparation
  • RHCSA and RHCE exam preparation

Course Content

What is Linux

  • 1-1: What is Linux
  • Day2: linux basics commants?
  • Quiz 1

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