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Linux Training in Chennai

Learn how to use Linux from beginner level to advanced techniques which is taught by experienced working professionals. With our Linux Training in Chennai you’ll learn concepts in expert level with practical manner.

Linux is most popular OS in UNIX World. Linux is Open platform OS

All IT Giants IBM, Oracle, Novell, Red hat are jumped in to Linux world as Linux will undertake the IT soon. And most of the IT service providers started to implementing their servers to Linux for cost effective and customization solutions. As per Linux Foundation survey Linux skills are in high demand among IT employers. Linux System administrators are always having high demand and good pay in job market.

This Linux course will cover the entire red hat certification contents and this will cover more practical sessions rather than theory. Since we have separate troubleshoot sessions as part of this course will make you good expertise in Linux administration. This troubleshoot session will make your life easier when working at office.

Our Trainers are working from MNC, so you will get exposure to real-time experience and good tips on how to approach an issue.

Course Name Linux(RHCE)
Category Operating System
Venue Greens Technologies
Official URL Linux Training
Demo Classes At Your Convenience
Training Methodology 10% Theory & 90% Practical
Course Duration 30-40 Hours
Class Availability Weekdays & Weekends
For Demo Class Email ID - contact@greenstechnologys.com

Red Hat Linux Training Syllabus

Introduction to Red Hat Enterprise Linux

  • GNU
  • Linux
  • RHEL

Introduction to GNU/Linux

  • GNU Tools and Utilities
  • Linux Kernels
  • GNU/Linux Distributions

Installing Red Hat Enterprise Linux

  • Installation Options
  • Server Install
  • Workstation Install
  • CD Install
  • Kickstart Install
  • Network Install
  • Customizing the Install

Booting Red Hat Enterprise Linux

  • Firmware Phase
  • Boot Loader Phase
  • Kernel Phase
  • Kernel Boot Parameters
  • init Phase

Automating Programs

  • Run Levels
  • /etc/rc.d Files
  • Customization of Run Levels
  • cron and anacron
  • at and batch

Login Options

  • Console Logon
  • Controlling Console Login
  • Virtual Consoles
  • Serial Login
  • Remote Login
  • ssh Login

Building a Custom Linux Kernel

  • Kernel Versions
  • Kernel Source Files
  • Kernel Patch Files
  • Kernel Configuration
  • Kernel Building
  • Testing a New Kernel

The GNU/Linux Filesystem

  • Partition Types
  • Filesystem Types
  • Mounting
  • Automount
  • File Types
  • File Security

Key Filesystem Locations

  • Boot Files
  • User Files
  • Administrator Files
  • Configuration Files
  • Log Files

The /proc Pseudo Filesystem

  • Process Info
  • Kernel Config Info
  • Hardware Info
  • Changing /proc Info
  • Sysctl

BASH – Borne Again Shell

  • Key /bin Commands
  • Key /sbin Commands
  • History
  • man and info
  • vi
  • Using Shell Scripts

User Management

  • Users and Groups
  • Home Directories
  • Password Files
  • PAM
  • Quotas
  • NIS Intro

Software Management

  • tar Files
  • Patch Files
  • RPM

Hardware Management

  • Types of Devices
  • /dev Namespace
  • Modules

Network Management

  • Types of Network Devices
  • Monitoring Network Devices
  • Controlling Network Services
  • xinted
  • iptables

Network Services – Part I

  • DHCP
  • DNS
  • SSH

Network Services – Part II

  • FTP
  • NFS
  • Samba

Network Services – Part III

  • Sendmail
  • Apache
  • Squid Proxy Server

The X Window System

  • X Servers and X Clients
  • XFree86
  • X Fonts
  • GTK and KDE

Exam Practice

Installation Challenges

Configuration Challenges

Troubleshooting Challenges

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