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Linux Training

What is Linux?

Linux is the most popular operating system in UNIX world. However, Linux do not denotes just a single operating system (OS) but a group of operating systems that are built around Linux Kernel such as Red Hat Linux, Debian and Ubuntu. Linux kernel which was released on 1991 by Linus Torvalds is the first Linux OS. And it gave rise to all other Linux OS. Similar to UNIX, Linux is also open source and can be used and modified by anyone. Linux was originally developed for personal computers but it was adapted to all types of computers especially Supercomputers. Almost all the supercomputers use Linux OS alone as it is the only efficient OS to handle huge workload in supercomputers. Linux is also used in space flight computers for its fault-tolerant capability, high-end graphical design systems like servers at film production for its high quality output and research laboratories around the world. Even our smartphones’ OS (Android) are based on Linux-kernel. Linux also runs on embedded systems such as Televisions, network routers, facility automation controls, video game consoles and smart watches. Due to this universal presence, Linux has the largest installed base of general purpose operating systems.

Why to enrol in Linux training at Trishana technologies, Bangalore?

At Trishana technologies, you can find the perfect combination of all-inclusive syllabus, well experienced trainers, quality study materials and state-of-art infrastructure. Our syllabus is carefully designed to provide you all the knowledge and skills need to work in any Linux environment. We specially included the Red Hat Certification course contents to help our students get Red Hat Certification along with this course completion. Our trainers are experts in their domain and have vast experience in Linux. We have the state-of-the-art infrastructure where all the versions of Linux were installed to help our students learn and practice all the Linux OS. Our study materials are meticulously prepared for easier understanding. For Linux training, we also provide guidance and coaching to get Red Hat Linux Certificate. We also have 100% placement record in all the previous batched which will express the quality and reputation of our training.

Our Linux training Syllabus

Linux Installation

Installation covers most flavors of Linux distribution such as Red hat Linux and Fedora Linux and Suse Linux

  • First Stage: Starting the Installation
  • First Stage: Boot Media
  • Accessing the Installer
  • First Stage: Installation Method
  • Network Installation Server
  • Second Stage: Installation Overview
  • Configuring File Systems
  • Advanced Partitioning
  • Package Selection
  • First Boot: Post-Install Configuration
  • Starting a Kickstart Installation
  • Anatomy of a Kickstart File

Linux System Administration - Managing Startup

Command line:

  • Introduction to Bash Shell
  • Basic Commands (ls,cd,tail,cat,mkdir)
  • Commands to work with file(mv,cp,rm)
  • Text editor (vim)
  • Stream text editor (grep, sed, and awk)
  • Compression Tar,gzip and bzip2
  • Easily accessible tools in linux.

System Initialization

  • Boot Sequence Overview
  • Troubleshooting boot issues
  • What is GRUB and grub.conf
  • Starting the Boot Process: GRUB
  • Kernel Initialization
  • init Initialization (init 0,1,2,3,4,5)
  • Run Levels
  • /etc/rc.d/rc.sysinit
  • /etc/rc.d/rc
  • System V run levels
  • /etc/rc.d/rc.local
  • Controlling Services(service,init.d,chkconfig)

Booting and run levels

  • The boot process: from BIOS to kernel then to user space
  • Setting kernel parameters
  • Run levels and init scripts
  • Configuring services to run at boot
  • Securing single-user mode (su login)
  • Shutting down and rebooting the system

Package Management - Working with packages

  • RPM Package Manager
  • Installing and Removing Software
  • Updating a Kernel RPM
  • rpm Queries
  • rpm Verification
  • About yum
  • Using yum
  • Searching packages/files
  • Configuring Additional Repositories
  • Creating a private repository
  • Red Hat Network
  • Red Hat Network Server
  • Entitlements
  • Red Hat Network Client

Kernel Services - Configuring the kernel

  • The Linux Kernel
  • Kernel Images and Variants
  • Kernel Modules
  • Kernel Module Utilities
  • Managing the initrd Image
  • Accessing Drivers Through /dev
  • Device Node Examples
  • Managing /dev With udev
  • Adding Files Under /dev
  • Kernel Configuration With /proc
  • /proc Examples
  • sysctl : Persistent Kernel Configuration
  • Exploring Hardware Devices (hwinfo)
  • Monitoring Processes and Resources(kill,ps,pstree,top)

System Services – Linux System Services

  • Network Time Protocol
  • System Logging
  • syslog Configuration
  • XOrg: The X11 Server
  • XOrg Server Configuration
  • XOrg in runlevel 3
  • XOrg in runlevel 5
  • Remote X Sessions
  • SSH: Secure Shell
  • VNC: Virtual Network Computing
  • cron
  • Controlling Access to cron
  • System crontab Files
  • Daily Cron Jobs
  • The anacron System
  • CUPS

User Administration

  • Adding a New User Account
  • User Private Groups
  • Modifying / Deleting User Accounts
  • Group Administration
  • Password Aging Policies
  • Switching Accounts
  • sudo
  • Network Users
  • Authentication Configuration
  • Example: NIS Configuration
  • Example: LDAP Configuration
  • SUID and SGID Executables
  • SGID Directories
  • The Sticky Bit
  • Default File Permissions
  • Access Control Lists (ACLs)
  • SELinux
  • SELinux: Targeted Policy
  • SELinux: Management

File system Management

  • Adding New File systems to the File system Tree
  • Device Recognition
  • Disk Partitioning
  • Managing Partitions
  • Making Filesystems
  • Difference between ext3 and ext4
  • Filesystem Labels
  • tune2fs
  • Mount Points and /etc/fstab
  • Mounting Filesystems with mount
  • Unmounting Filesystems
  • mount By Example
  • Handling Swap Files and Partitions
  • Mounting NFS Filesystems
  • Automounter
  • Direct Maps
  • gnome-mount
  • Checking available free space and space used by files (df,du)
  • Checking and correcting the integrity of filesystems (fsck)

File system security

  • Users and groups
  • The ‘root’ user or superuser
  • Changing file ownership (chown)
  • Changing file group ownership (chgrp)
  • Permissions on files
  • Permissions on directories
  • How permissions are applied
  • Changing permissions (chmod)

Processes and jobs

  • What processes are ?
  • The properties of a process
  • Parent processes and child processes
  • Killing processes and sending signals to a process (kill, killall, xkill)

Advanced File system Management

  • Configuring the Quota System
  • Setting Quotas for Users
  • Reporting Quota Status
  • What is Software RAID?
  • Software RAID Configuration
  • Software RAID Testing and Recovery
  • What is Logical Volume Manager (LVM)?
  • Creating Logical Volumes
  • Resizing Logical Volumes
  • Logical Volume Manager Snapshots
  • Using LVM Snapshots
  • Archiving tools: tar
  • Archiving Tools: dump/restore
  • Archiving Tools: rsync:

Linux Network Administration – Managing Network Network Setup and Configuration

Network Interfaces

    • Driver Selection
    • Speed and Duplex Settings
    • IPv4 Addresses
    • Dynamic IPv4 Configuration
    • Static IPv4 Configuration
    • Device Aliases
    • Routing Table
    • Default Gateway
    • Configuring Routes
    • Verify IP Connectivity
    • Defining the Local Host Name
    • Local Resolver
    • Remote Resolvers
    • Verify DNS Connectivity
    • Network Configuration Utilities
    • Transparent Dynamic Configuration
    • Implementing IPv6
    • IPv6: Dynamic Interface Configuration
    • IPv6: Static Interface Configuration
    • IPv6: Routing Configuration
    • New and Modified Utilities

    Basic networking configuration

      • Configure a network device to connect to a local network
      • Configure a network device to connect to a wide-area network
      • Communicate between subnets within a single network
      • Configure a network device to implement authentication
      • Configuring a multi- homed network device
      • Resolving networking and communication problems
      • /sbin/route
      • /sbin/ifconfig
      • /bin/netstat
      • /bin/ping
      • /sbin/arp
      • /usr/sbin/arpwatch
      • /usr/sbin/tcpdump
      • /usr/sbin/lsof
      • /usr/bin/nc

        Troubleshooting network issues

        • ifconfig
        • route
        • netstat
        • /etc/network and /etc/sysconfig/network - scripts/
        • System log files
        • ping
        • /etc/resolv.conf
        • /etc/hosts
        • /etc/hosts.allow and /etc/hosts.deny
        • /etc/hostname and /etc/HOSTNAME
        • traceroute
        • nslookup and dig
        • dmesg

        Organizing Networked Systems

        • Host Name Resolution
        • DNS-Specific Resolvers
        • Trace a DNS Query with dig
        • Exploring DNS with host
        • Service Profile: DNS
        • Getting Started with BIND
        • bind-chroot Package
        • caching-nameserver Package

        Network File Sharing Services

        • NFS server and NFS Client
        • NFS share for group collaboration


        • Samba server and samba client connections
        • Samba share for group collaboration

        Linux Server Administration – Managing Servers Mail server - Sendmail Configuration

        Managing sendmail

        • E-mail aliases
        • Mail quotas
        • Virtual mail domains
        • Configuring internal mail relays
        • Monitoring SMTP servers
        • /etc/aliases
        • sendmail.cw

        DNS - BIND configuration

        • Configure BIND to function as a caching-only DNS server
        • Configure a caching-only name server to forward DNS queries
        • Format, and reload the DNS by using kill or ndc
        • Configuring DNS logging
        • Configuring BIND options
        • Configuring directory location for zone files
        • /etc/named.conf
        • /usr/sbin/ndc
        • /usr/sbin/named-bootconf
        • kill

        Web Proxy - Squid Configuration

        • Install a proxy server using Squid
        • Configure a proxy server using Squid
        • Implementing access policies
        • Setting up authentication
        • Utilizing memory usage
        • Squid.conf
        • acl
        • http_access

        DHCP configuration

          • What is DHCP?
          • Static hosts
          • Dynamic hosts
          • dhcpd.conf
          • dhcpd.leases

          Web server - Apache Configuration

            • Apache Overview
            • Apache Server Configuration
            • Virtual Hosts
            • Apache Access Configuration
            • Deploy a basic CGI application
            • Configure group-managed content
            • Configure private directories
            • Monitoring Apache load and performance
            • Restricting client user access
            • Configuring mod_php and PHP support
            • Setting up client user authentication
            • Configuring Apache server options
            • access. log
            • .htaccess
            • httpd.conf
            • htpasswd

            Linux Security Administration

            Security tasks

              • Auditing source code
              • Securing SSH
              • Getting security alerts
              • Open mail relays
              • Installing Intrusion Detection Systems
              • Port scanning with nmap
              • Firewall using IP Tables
              • Filter and NAT Rules
              • SMTP Overview and Implementations
              • Connections and Relays
              • SMTP AUTH & StartTLS/SSL
              • Password Security and PAM
              • Security Considerations
              • Activating and Interfacing with SELinux
              • SELinux commands and Roles
              • Location & Access
              • Boot level security (GRUB)
              • Security need for TCP wrappers
              • /etc/inetd.conf
              • /etc/hosts.allow and /etc/hosts.deny
              • xinetd
              • Net filter Overview
              • Rules: General Considerations
              • Connection Tracking
              • Network Address Translation (NAT)
              • IP tables
              • /proc/sys/net/ipv4

              Introduction to Shell Script

              • Different type of shell
              • Shell scrtip basics
              • Executing shell scripts.
              • Header,comments on script
              • Redirection
              • Vairables
              • Conditions
              • Loops
              • Eg: Backup script and scheduling the script


              • Configure a system as an iSCSI initiator that persistently mounts an iSCSI target

              Career opportunities in Linux domain:

              • System Administrator - Linux
              • Technical Support Analyst - Linux
              • Linux Device Driver Engineer
              • Linux kernel Developer
              • Embedded Engineer - Linux/UNIX Kernel
              Rs. 13000 Rs. 15000

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