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Hello. My name is Jason Cannon and I'm the author of Linux for Beginners, the founder of the Linux Training Academy, and an instructor to thousands of satisfied students. I started my IT career in the late 1990's as a Unix and Linux System Engineer and I'll be sharing my real-world Linux experience with you throughout this course.
By the end of this course you will fully understand the most important and fundamental concepts of Linux server administration. More importantly, you will be able to put those concepts to use in practical real-world situations. You'll be able to configure, maintain, and support a variety of Linux systems. You can even use the skills you learned to become a Linux System Engineer or Linux System Administrator.
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Who Should Take This Course?
- Anyone with a desire to learn about Linux or Linux system administration.
- People that have Linux experience, but would like to learn about the Linux command line interface.
- Existing Linux users that want to become power users.
- People that need Linux knowledge for a personal or business project like hosting a website on a Linux server.
- Professionals that need to learn Linux to become more effective at work.
- Helpdesk staff, application support engineers, and application developers that are required to use, manage, or support the Linux operating system.
- People thinking about a career as a Linux system administrator or engineer.
- Researchers, college professors, and college students that will be using Linux servers to conduct research or complete course work.
Here is what you will learn by taking this Linux Administration course:
- How the the boot process works on Linux servers and what you can do to control it.
- The various types of messages generated by a Linux system, where they're stored, and how to automatically prevent them from filling up your disks.
- Disk management, partitioning, and file system creation.
- Managing Linux users and groups.
- Exactly how permissions work and how to decipher the most cryptic Linux permissions with ease.
- Networking concepts that apply to system administration and specifically how to configure Linux network interfaces.
- How to use the nano, vi, and emacs editors.
- How to schedule and automate jobs using cron.
- How to switch users and run processes as others.
- How to configure sudo.
- How to find and install software.
- Managing process and jobs.
- Linux shell scripting
- Unconditional 30 day money-back guarantee – that's my personal promise of your success!
What you learn in course applies to any Linux environment including Ubuntu, Debian, Linux Mint, RedHat, CentOS, Fedora, OpenSUSE, Slackware, and more.
Free Bonus #1 – Video Demonstrations from my Command Line Kung-Fu book.
In this series of videos I'll be sharing with you some of my favorite Linux command line tricks. These tips will make your life easier at the command line, speed up your work flow, and make you feel like a certified Linux command line Ninja! If you want to see the pages of Command Line Kung-Fu come to life, then you have to watch these videos!
Free Bonus #2 – PDFs of All the Material Covered
As an added bonus for enrolling in this Linux Administration video training course, you'll receive access to all the slides used in the lessons. You can download them and refer to them when you want to jog your memory or double-check your work.
Enroll now and start learning the skills you need to level up your career!
The Linux Boot Process and System Logging
The Linux Boot Process
In this lesson you will learn about the Linux Boot Process – including BIOS, Boot loaders, Linux Kernel and Runlevels.
In this lesson you will learn about the syslog standard, facilities and severities, syslog servers, logging rules, where logs are stored, how to generate your own log messages and rotating log files.
This quiz will review what you learned in the Lessons about the Linux Boot Process and System Logging.
Disk Management: Part 1- Partitions
In this lesson you will learn about partitions, MBR, GPT, mount points and fdisk.
Disk Management: Part 2 – Creating Partitions With fdisk
In this lesson you will learn how to use the fdisk utility to create MBR and GPT partition tables.
Disk Management: Part 3 – File Systems
In this lesson you will learn how to create a file system, mount and unmount a system, prepare swap space for use by your linux system, about the file system table and how it controls where the vices are mounted on the linux system, and how you can use DISK UUIDs and Labels in conjunction with the file system.
LVM – The Logical Volume Manager
Managing Users and Groups: Part 1
In this lesson you will learn how to manage users and groups, where their information lives and how to make changes to them.
Managing Users and Groups: Part 2
In this lesson you will continue to learn how to manage users and groups, where their information lives and how to make changes to them.
Switching Users, Running Commands as Others, and Sudo
This lesson will cover how to switch to other accounts and how to run programs as other users.
TCP/IP Networking for Linux System Administrators
In this lesson you will learn about TCP/IP protocol and the most important aspects of IP networking. You will also learn about classful networks, subnet masks, broadcast addresses, CIDR, and private address space.
Networking: DNS and hostnames
In this lesson you will learn how to determine the current IP address(es) in use on a Linux system,
Networking: DHCP, Dynamic and Static Addressing
In this lesson you will learn about what network ports are and how to use them.
Network Troubleshooting: Part I
In this lesson you will learn about some of the most common tools to use for performing network diagnostics.
Network Troubleshooting: Part II
This is the second part of the previous lesson on tools you can use to help you troubleshoot.
Managing Processes and Jobs
Processes and Job Control
In this lesson you will learn about how to list the running processes or programs and commands, the difference between foreground and background processes and how to manipulate those, as well as how to launch and kill background processes.
Scheduling Jobs with Cron
This lesson covers the cron service, the crontab format as well as the crontab command.
File and Directory Permissions, Part One
In this lesson you will learn about the various permissions, how to change them, work with them and create them.
File and Directory Permissions, Part Two
In this lesson you will continue to learn about the various permissions, how to change them, work with them and create them.
Special Permission Modes, Part One
In this lesson you will learn about the special modes of the Setuid, Setgid, and the Sticky bit.
Special Permission Modes, Part Two
In this lesson you will continue to learn about the special modes of the Setuid, Setgid, and the Sticky bit.
Installing Software on RPM Based Linux Distros
In this lesson, we will be covering packages, package managers, and how to find, install and remove software for the most popular Linux distributions.
Viewing and Editing Files
Viewing Files and the Nano Editor
In this lesson we will look at the different ways to display the contents of files and how to use the Nano editor.