» Linux Tutorials: A Complete Beginner's Course

A full-fledged learning journey that will take your skills from scratch to advance

You will got Linux Administrator Skills, Which helps you to crack IT Jobs of roles : Linux Admin, System Enginner, Cloud Enginner, Automation and Much more..

1 Introduction to Linux, Unix & Kernel 20.28 min
2 Introduction to Command, Shell & GNOME 20.49 min
3 Install Centos in Virtual Box 16.3 min
4 Install Linux Mint using Bootable Pendrive 10.02 min
5 Dual boot with Ubuntu and Windows 19.02 min
6 Command Line Levels 1-3 21.11 min
7 Linux Architecture, Components, Kernel Architecture & Package managers 24.01 min
8 Linux File System 19.23 min
9 Linux Text Editors 21.16 min
10 Linux Basic Commands 22.19 min
11 Input/Output redirections, Brief of Help & Man command 23.34 min
12 User, Group Administration & Introduction to etc Configuration Files 30.17 min
13 User, Group and Other Permissions 24.25 min
14 Advance Permissions 26.33 min
15 Process Managment 39.48 min
16 Linux with Networking 31.41 min
17 Configure SSH and its session 12.57 min
18 Linux Networking tools 27.49 min
19 Administration Level 1 with Files & Permissions 0.38 min
20 Administration Level 2 with SCP 3.42 min
21 Administration Level 3 with Telnet & RDP 9.39 min
22 Sudo Users & visudo utility 48.27 min
23 Disk Partitions & Filesystems 36.09 min
24 LVM and its types 45.23 min
25 Variables and Bash profiles 30.58 min
26 Shell Scripting 19.59 min
27 Task Scheduling with Cronjob using Crontab 19.21 min
28 Boot Process & Troubleshooting with GRUB 17.07 min

There is no formal prerequisites for this course; however, previous system administrator experience on other operating system would be very beneficial.

Who this course is for? 

  • Graduate Students and also for those who are in a job in Linux Administration & wants to get hands-on practical experience in troubleshooting & advance level of learning Red Hat Linux
  • IT professionals across a broad range of disciplines who need to perform essential administration task

By the end of the course, you will be?

  • Be able to confidently use the Linux operating system to increase your productivity and Career.

  • Be able to perform everyday computing tasks from the Linux command line.

  • You will be able to crack interviews

  • You will develop a problem-Solving Skill by learning to troubleshoot.

Course Content

This course contains 4 Modules which are fully described below:

Module 1: Starting with Linux

  • What is Linux, How it's different compare to other OS, History

  • What is command line, shell, server, desktop, Unix, GNU? 

  • What is UNIX, its type, kernel, shell, files and process, directory structure, Linux vs Unix 

  • What is GNU, Free Software movement, other important things of GNU 

  • What is a server and where it is used why require? 

  • What is the command line, why use and helpful?

  • Role of Linux Administrator, Linux features and different with technologies

  • Daylife tasks of Linux Administrator in different organizations

  • Linux with networking, with ethical hacking, with the server, with troubleshooting, with backup systems, with cloud, Linux with Docker and Kubernetes, Linux with Virtual platform and web hosting

  • Installation of Linux VM, Bootable Pen drive and Dual Boot

  • Overview of Linux Desktop version and Terminal/Shell, bash Module

Module 2: Core Concepts

  • Linux Architecture, File System, Terminal a. Introduction to Basic Commands (pwd, cd, ls, cp, cat, mv, mkdir, rmdir, rm, touch, locate, find, grep df, du, head, tail, kill, tar, chmod, chown, chgrp, top, history, uname, wget, man, echo, clear, cut, date, exit)

  • Kernel and its architecture, Apps update, upgrade, install via Terminal and Browser a. (apt, sudo, get) b. Installation of deb, tar, rar, zip, tar.gz, .rpm etc.. packages

  • Command Line (Level 1)

  • Scenario with ( pwd, cd, ls, find, grep, df, du, top, history, man, date, head, tail, locate, exit)

  • Command Line (Level 2) Scenario with ( cat, mkdir, touch, chmod, kill, rmdir. rf, rm, tar, uname, wget, echo, clear, cut)

  • Command Line (Level 3) Scenario with (All basic commands usage with flags and man help page)

  • Linux Editors

  • Vim, nano, gedit, vi, atom b. Importance of editor, default and installation)

Module 3: Linux Administration

  • User and group creation, permissions

  • Create user, delete user, handle user

  • Create group, delete group, handle group

  • Intro to Permissions on (user and groups)

  • Permissions on Directories and files

  • Advance permissions

  • Networking with Linux (SSH, Telnet, SCP, DNS, IP Server)

  • Basic commands of networking (ifconfig, traceroute, ping, netstat, dig, nslookup, lshw, route, host, nmcli, ssh, scp)

  • Networking tools (nmap, telnet, Wireshark, Htop)

  • Introduction to Grub, Basic Troubleshooting 

  • Intro to GRUB, its benefits use and importance

  • Basic Troubleshooting ( clean, dpkg, fsck, grub, network, root)

  • Command Line Level 1 (Create users who can access directories and files according to their permissions)

  • Command Line Level 2 (Connect with server and transfer files securely)

  • Command Line Level 3 (GUI base connection RDP, Installation of Telnet and ssh session maintenance, Process management Module)

Module 4: Deep Dive

  • Sudo and sudoers files, Partitioning of Disks

  • Sudoers and visudo file

  • Other important root and etc files like passwd etc.

  • Types of disks and usage

  • Fdisk, LVM and other mount and disk partitioning intro and practical demo

  • Automation with Shell Scripting

  • What is a shell, what is automation and practical demo

  • Basic variables of shell scripting

  • Scenario 1 (Make a user root user and allow it without a password etc.)

  • Scenario 2 (Make a perfect partition, mount, unmount)

  • Scenario 3 (Make your Linux system robust and secure)

  • Scheduling automated task with cronjobs

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