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Linux Admin Online Training

Linux Admin


Ecorptrainings offers Linux administration online training in Hyderabad India with realtime exp trainers. Redhat ​Linux Administration training course online makes the participant completely knowledgeable in ​Redhat ​Linux System Administration. The course is an in-depth coverage on Linux system fundamentals (the essentials of Linux) as well as advanced administration including monitoring and troubleshooting. It starts with Linux environment and then jumps to Bash Shell scripting/programming which is essential for any serious Sysadmin. Then it moves on to describe important concepts and aspects of Linux sub-systems like User/Group/Process Management, Automated Job Scheduling, Backup, Networking, package management, installation, event log files, monitoring and troubleshooting aspects which are necessary to perform regular day-to-day operations efficiently on a ​Redhat ​Linux System. The course will be focusing primarily on CLI commands as opposed to GUIs so that the participant will have a significantly high learning curve. Here are the following topics covered in Unix Linux system administration. After completion of this course you are equipped with skills needed for UNIX Redhat Linux system/server administrator to maintain/troubleshoot UNIX servers remotely.


  • Experience with UNIX systems
  • Some networking experience is a plus
  • No prior administration knowledge is assumed


  • It is a 16 days program and extends up to 2hrs each.
  • The format is 40% theory, 60% Hands-on.

  • It is a 4 days program and extends up to 8hrs each.
  • The format is 40% theory, 60% Hands-on.
    Private Classroom arranged on request and minimum attendies for batch is 4.

course content

  • Linux? Why?
    • Hardware, software, operating system...
    • UNIX Market and place for Linux within it
    • OSS (Open Source Software) principles
    • GNU GPL, Linux philosophy and distributors
    • Linux for networking and developers
    • Introduction to objectives and coverage
  • Linux Session
    • Gaining access to the system
    • Ordinary users vs. the superuser
    • Login process, shells and line interpreters
    • Command line structure, control and examples
    • Simple system interrogation utilities
    • Simple file reading utilities
    • File system layout and navigation
    • System and user directories
    • Using filenames with absolute and relative pathnames
    • Getting help
  • Using Files and Directories
    • File system - the user's perspective
    • Directory structure
    • FSH standard
    • File and directory manipulation commands
    • Copy, move, remove, etc
    • File system - the system's perspective
    • I-nodes and file attributes
    • Hard links and symbolic links
  • Editing Text
    • Operational modes of vi
    • Command mode vs. Insert mode
    • 'Colon', or 'ex' mode
    • Useful vi commands
    • Navigation and editing command
    • Search and substitute
    • Extended vi commands and vim configuration
    • Alternative editors
    • GUI and text choices
  • BASH - Your Interpreter
    • Shell as Interpreter and command line scan
    • Generating filenames with wildcards (globbing)
    • Quoting (protecting special characters from the shell)
    • Variable and command substitutions
    • Protecting special characters for the shell
    • Bash Command History
    • Bash Command Line Editing
  • BASH Environment
    • Shell definitions
    • Creating, recalling and sharing shell variables
    • Shell aliases and functions
    • Character sets and localisation
    • Bash variables to control these
    • Controlling shell behaviour with set -o and shopt
    • Interactive Start-up Files
    • Start-up files for login and non-login shells
  • Who is the Boss
    • The su command
    • su interactive session
    • Running one-off commands
    • Checking who you are
    • Understanding id and who am i tools
    • The sudo tool
    • Typical sudo session
    • sudo configuration file
  • Processes
    • What is a Process?
    • How a process starts
    • How a process ends
    • The kill command and signals
    • Command exit status
    • Identifying Processes
    • ps, top and GUI process monitors
  • Job Control
    • Background jobs
    • One-off deferral with at
    • Daemon and job manipulation
    • User access configuration files
    • Spool directory
    • Scheduling repeated tasks with crontab
    • The cron daemon and configuration tables
    • User access configuration files
  • Data Streams
    • Standard data streams
    • Standard output stream (stdout)
    • Standard error stream (stderr)
    • Standard input (stdin)
    • Redirecting streams
    • Redirecting standard output, error and input
    • Synchronising (merging) streams
    • Other methods of handling data streams
    • Collecting data with sub-shells
    • Using command substitution
  • Pipes and Filters
    • Sending stdout to a process
    • Pipes
    • Multistage Pipes
    • Simple Filters
    • Why Use Filters?
    • Problem Solving Approach
    • The cut, sort, uniq, grep and tr commands
    • Filter Examples
  • Basic Regular Expressions (and SED)
    • Regular expressions
    • What is sed
    • Specifying simple instructions
    • Understanding sed addressing
    • Using a sed command file
    • More sed editing commands
  • File Management Tools
    • Using PATH to identify command origins
    • The which and type commands
    • Locating files
    • The locate command and mlocate database
    • Identifying filenames with find
    • Specifying search criteria and requesting actions
    • Backups with cpio, and dd and tar
    • Compression tools
  • Filesystem Access
    • Files, directories and filesystems
    • File and directory access
    • Read/write/execute permissions
    • User types
    • Additional permission bits
    • Set user/group ID bits and sticky bit
    • Using chmod, chown and chgrp to manipulate access attributes
  • Working in a Network Environment
    • Basic network card configuration
    • Using ifconfig tool
    • GUI configuration programs exist
    • Basic routing configuration
    • Using route commands
    • Network diagnostics
    • With ping, traceroute and netstat
    • Using ssh for remote shell logins
  • X Window System
    • X Window System as Linux GUI Interface
    • Origins and implementation
    • X Window System Architecture
    • Client-server communication
    • Setting display access rights
    • Selecting destination display
    • Window managers / desktop systems
    • Gnome, KDE and more…
    • X Window resources
    • Fonts, colours, geometry
  • Writing Shell Scripts
    • Simple scripts
    • Positional parameters
    • Command exit status
    • Selection commands
    • Looping commands
    • Interactive input


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