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  • 1. Linux Administration Unit I 1. Linux History What is open source Linux origins Red hat distributions Principles of Linux 2. Linux Basics Logging in to a Linux system Virtual consoles and graphical environment Changing your password The root user Changing identities Editing text files 3. Help in Linux The whatis command The –help option The man command The info command Navigating man and info pages 4. Browsing the file system Linux file hierarchy Important directories Current working directory – pwd Listing directory contents – ls Creating files – touch, cat, dd Creating and removing directories – mkdir, rmdir, rm Coping files and directories – cp Moving and renaming files and directories – mv Changing directories – cd Absolute and Relative Path’s 5. Users, groups and permissions Creating Users - useradd Creating Groups - grpadd Linux File security Permission Precedence Permission Types Changing Permissions – chmod(Symbolic and Numeric method) Changing file ownership - chown Changing group ownership – chgrp 6. Working on the bash shell Command line short cuts History command Command line expansion Bash variables Scripting basics Creating shell scripts 7. Standard I/O and pipes Standard input and output
  • 2. Redirecting output to a file Redirecting output to a program Combining output and errors Redirecting to file and command – tee Redirecting input from a file 8. Text processing tools Viewing file contents – cat, less Viewing file excerpts – head, tail Searching for a string in a file – grep Extracting text by column – cut Gathering text statistics – wc Sorting text – sort Elimination of duplicate lines – unique 9. vi – an advanced text editor Command mode Insert mode Execute mode Navigating with vim 10. Processes What is a process? Listing processes Finding processes Signals Sending signals to processes Scheduling priority Foreground and background jobs Grouping commands Crontab Exit Status The test command 11. Configuring the bash shell Environment variables Aliases Preventing expansion Login vs Non login shells Bash startup tasks : profile Bash startup tasks : bashrc Sourcing files Bash exit tasks 12. Finding and processing files locate find 13. Advanced user and group permissions User and group id numbers /etc/passwd, /etc/shadow and /etc/group files System user and groups Monitoring logins Default permissions – umask Special permissions for executables and directories
  • 3. 14. The linux file system in depth Partitions and file systems Inodes Directories and inodes cp and inodes mv and inodes rm and inodes Hard and soft links Checking free space - du Archiving files – tar Creating compressed archives – zip, unzip Unit – II 1. Package management Redhat package manager - rpm Creating the yum repository Installation and removal of packages using rpm and yum Queries and verification using rpm and yum Updating the kernel rpm 2. System initialization Boot sequence overview Bios initialization Starting the boot process Boot loader components Grub and grub.conf Kernel initialization Init initialization Run levels 3. Kernel services The linux kernel Kernel images and variants Kernel modules Kernel configuration with /proc Persistent kernel configuration Accessing drivers through / dev 4. System services Network time protocol – NTP Secure shell – ssh System crontab files Daily cronjobs The anacron system 5. File system management Device recognition Disk partitioning Managing partitions Making file systems File system labels tune2fs Mount points and /etc/fstab Mounting and un mounting file systems
  • 4. Handling swap files and partitions Mounting nfs file system Auto mounting 6. Advanced user administration Adding the new user account User private groups Modifying and deleting user accounts Password aging policies Group administration Switching accounts SUID and SGID The sticky bit Access control list Configuring the quota system Setting quotas for users Reporting quota status SELinux 7. Advanced file system management Archiving tools – tar, rsync Software RAID Configuring RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 5 RAID testing and recovery Logical volume Manager – LVM Creating logical volumes Resizing logical volumes 8. Network file sharing Configuring FTP server Configuring NFS server Configuring Samba server 9. Servers Configuration Configuring DHCP server Configuring DNS server Configuring Squid server Configuring Apache server 10. Account management Pluggable authentication modules PAM operation /etc/pam.d file /etc/pam.d/login file The system – auth file Courses Offerings • Abinitio • Android • AIX Administration • Business Analyst
  • 5. • CCNA, CCNP Security, CCIE • Citrix XenApp • Cognos 10 BI & Tm1 • Crystal Reports • Data Stage • DB2 DBA • Dot Net • DAC • Google Web Tool Kit • Hadoop • HTML 5 • IBM Lotus Notes (Development) • IBM Lotus Notes Domino Server Administration • IBM Message Broker • IBM MQ Series • IBM Tivoli Access Manager • IBM Web Sphere Application Server Administration (WAS) • IBM WAS Portal server Development • IBM Websphere Transformation extender (WTX 8.2) • Informatica • I Phone • Java/J2EE • J Query • MCITP • MicroSoft .NET Technologies (VB.NET, C#, ASP.NET) • Microstrategy • MicroSoft Business Intelligence • MicroSoft Dynamics CRM • OBIEE 11 g • Oracle APPS – HRMS • Oracle APPS – SCM • Oracle APPS – Financial • Oracle APPS – Technical • Oracle BI Apps • Oracle BI Publisher • Oracle DBA 11g • Oracle RAC • Oracle Fusion SOA • Oracle SQL , PL SQL • People Soft • PHP • Perl Scripting • SAP SD , BO , FICO , BI / BW , APO , BPC, BASIS • Sales Force CRM • SharePoint Server 2010
  • 6. • Shell Scripting • Siebel CRM , EAI, E-Scripting • SQL Server DBA • Springs and Hibernate • Storage Area Network ( SAN) • Tera Data • Testing Tools - QTP, QC, Load Runner, Selenium, ISTQB • TIBCO BW, BE, TIBCO I Process • Tivoli Access Manager & Identity Manager • Unix Administration • VN Ware • WCF, WPF, LINQ, AJAX, SILVER LIGHT • Webmethods • Webservices , SOAP ( JAVA) Drop a mail info@futurepointtech.com we will get in touch with u
  • 7. • Shell Scripting • Siebel CRM , EAI, E-Scripting • SQL Server DBA • Springs and Hibernate • Storage Area Network ( SAN) • Tera Data • Testing Tools - QTP, QC, Load Runner, Selenium, ISTQB • TIBCO BW, BE, TIBCO I Process • Tivoli Access Manager & Identity Manager • Unix Administration • VN Ware • WCF, WPF, LINQ, AJAX, SILVER LIGHT • Webmethods • Webservices , SOAP ( JAVA) Drop a mail info@futurepointtech.com we will get in touch with u