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    • A Report on
      Redhat Enterprise Linux Server
      By:
      Yogesh Kr. Sharma
      (RHCE) CS- Final Year
      SSITM, Aligarhyks0000@gmail.com
      Organization:
      Network Nuts
      Delhi
      Premier Partner
      Global Exam Center
      Redhat Inc, USA
    • Unix
      Unix is a multi-user, multi-tasking operating system.
      Many users logged into a system simultaneously, each running many programs.
      It's the Console based Operating system.
    • History of Linux/Unix
      First Version was created in Bell Labs in 1969.
      Some of the Bell Labs programmers who had worked on this project, Ken Thompson, Dennis Ritchie, Rudd Canaday, and Doug McIlroy
      It was given the name UNIX by Brian Kernighan.
      00:00:00 Hours, Jan 1, 1970 is time zero for UNIX. It is also called as epoch.
      1973 Unix is re-written mostly in C, a new language developed by Dennis Ritchie.
      Being written in this high-level language greatly decreased the effort needed to port it to new machines.
    • History of Linux
      Linux is a free Unix-type operating system originally created by LinusTorvalds with the assistance of developers around the world by using UNIX Source Code.
      It originated in 1991 as a personal project of LinusTorvalds, a Finnish graduate student.
      The Kernel version 1.0 was released in 1994 and today the most recent stable version is 2.6.9
      Developed under the GNU General Public Licence, the source code for Linux is freely available to everyone.
      Various Linux Distribution like Redhat, Ubuntu, Mandrake, HP-AIX. (Redhat Known to be Market Leader)
    • UNIX Structure
    • Linux File System Table
    • File System
      The Unix file system looks like an inverted tree structure.
      You start with the root directory, denoted by /, at the top and work down through sub-directories underneath it.
      Each node is either a file or a directory of files, where the latter can contain other files and directories.
      The full path name starts with the root, /, and follows the branches of the file system, each separated by /, until you reach the desired file, e.g.:
      /home/yogesh/source/ssitm
    • User Group and Permission
      Apart from all the users, there is a special user called the root which has permission to access any file and directory.
      There are three permissions for any file, directory or application program.
      r — Indicates that a given category of user can read a file.
      w — Indicates that a given category of user can write to a file.
      x — Indicates that a given category of user can execute the file.
    • Basic Commands for Browsing the Linux
      Editors in Linux
      Vi
      Eg: vi /etc/passwd
      Vim
      Eg: vim /etc/passwd
      Nano
      Eg: nano /etc/passwd
      Gedit
      Eg: gedit /etc/passwd
      pwd (Present Working Directory)
      cd (Change Directory)
      ls (List Directory content)
      cp (Copy File)
      mv (Rename and Move)
      rm (Remove)
      mkdir (Make Empty Directory)
      touch (Create Empty File)
      cat (Content of file)
    • Terminal – A Linux Command Arena
    • Feature of RHEL
      A Number of User can login simultaneously and can run number of process simultaneously
      Provide multi-desktop environment
      Provide Name Virtual Hosting
      Packaging i.e. RPM ( Red hat Package Manager)
      Security i.e. no effect of Virus having .exe .dll and many more extension
      Virtual Router Networking i.e. IP Forwarding
      KICKSTART INSTALLATION
    • Linux say NO to Windows Blue Screen Error
    • Servers and Services in Linux
      Services
      Su
      Crontab
      Remote Desktop
      Network Time Protocol
      SSH
      QUOTA
      ACL (Access Control List)
      Server
      DNS(Domian Name Server)
      DHCP (Dynamic Host Conf. Protocol)
      FTP (File Transfer Protocols)
      NFS (Network File Sharing)
      SAMBA SERVER
      HTTP
      PROXY (SQUID)
      MAIL SERVER
    • Brief Introduction Of Servers
      DNS
      Named as Domain Name Server will convert FQDN (Fully Qualified Domain Name) to IP and vice versa
      Install Package: bind, bind-chroot, caching name server
      Config file: named.conf
      Port No: 53 (UDP)
      Service: named, network
      DHCP
      Named as Dynamic host Configuration Protocols will be used to provide IP to client system which is requesting for IP by having its MAC Address (Mandatory Access Control) or Physical Address
      Install Package: dhcp
      Config File: dhcpd.conf
      Port No: 67
      Service: dhcpd
    • Contd..
      FTP
      Named as File Transfer Protocols is used to transfer file in the network . Network may be Internet, Intranet
      Install Package : vsFTP (Very Secure FTP)
      Config File : vsftpd.conf
      Port No: 20(Data) , 21 (Control) (TCP/UDP)
      Service : vsftpd
      NFS
      Named as Network File Sharing is used to share file in the network . Network may be Internet, Intranet
      Install Package :nfs-utils
      ConfigFile : exports
      Service : nfs, portmap
    • Contd..
      SAMBA
      Named as SAMBA is used to shared the file between Windows and Linux OS.
      Install Package : samba
      ConfigFile : smb.conf
      Service: smb
      HTTP
      Named as Hyper Text Transfer Protocols is used to host the web-server.
      Also support Name Virtual Host and work on APACHE
      Install Package : httpd
      Config File : httpd.conf
      Port No: 80
      Service : httpd
    • Contd..
      PROXY
      Named as Proxy Server is used to restrict Internet to single port.
      Install Package : squid
      Config File : squid.conf
      Port No: 3128, 8080
      Service : squid
      MAIL SERVER
      Named as Mail Server is used to create mail server in the Network . Network may be Internet, Intranet
      Eg: root@xyz.com
      Install Package : sendmail
      Config File : sendmail.mc , sendmail.cf
      Port No:25
      Service : sendmail
    • Major USER of Linux
      95% of Banks World Wide including RBI
      For more: http://customers.redhat.com
    • THANK YOU
      Questions & Answers