Advanced Linux Administration
The course Advanced Linux Administration is intended to extend further your knowledge and hands-on experience in Linux administration. After the course you will be able to administer user accounts including the configuration of sudo, storage devices and file systems, system initialization and services, system logs and many others. The training is ideal for students who already have basic experience with Linux administration or have successfully completed the course Linux Administration.
The course is hands-on and you will be provided with full course notes, virtual machines (Debian and CentOS) and instructions how to install and use them during the training.
A link to the video recoding of the lecturer’s screen will be sent to you after each session.
- Special File/Directory Permissions and Attributes
- Manageing Users and Groups
- Sudo Configuration
- System Initialization and Runlevels
- init, systemd and upstart
- System Daemons (services)
- Crontab Configuration
- Managing System Logs
- Managing Disk Storage, Partitions and File Systems
- GRUB Configuration
- Configuring the Network Interfaces
This course is for students on the path to becoming a Linux system administrators.
There are no formal prerequisites for this course; however, previous operating system administration experience will be very beneficial.
The overall duration of the course is 16 hours
- At your site
- Live on-line instructor-led
- Public classes