Linux System Administration LiveLessons
English | 2015 | mp4 | H264 1280x720 | AAC 2 ch | 6 hrs | 1.55 GB
eLearning, IT & Software, Network & Security | Skill level: Intermediate level
Linux System Administration LiveLessons provides novice Linux users with more than five hours of step-by-step video training covering essential system administration responsibilities and skills with professional system administrator Ben Whaley.
The content comprises nine video lessons featuring command-line examples and conceptual discussion. The video tutorials offer practical advice for real world system administration, such as encouraging the use of shell shortcuts and automation to reduce tedious manual tasks and improve administrative efficiency.
What are the requirements?
•Some existing familiarity with operating systems concepts •The fundamentals of TCP/IP networking (what an IP address and subnet mask are, the purpose of DNS, ICMP)
What am I going to get from this course?
- Over 55 lectures and 6 hours of content!
What You Will Learn:
•How to use Vagrant and VirtualBox as a makeshift lab environment
•Linux’s history and background
•Shell shortcuts and basic bash scripting
•The Linux startup and shutdown procedures
•Management of user accounts
•The use of sudo to control access to privileged commands
•Interact with processes from the command line
•The filesystem layout
•File permissions and attributes
•Log file management with syslog and logrotate
•Linux on a TCP/IP network
•Network debugging with tcpdump and ping
•Using SSH for remote management
•The iptables host-based firewall
•How to secure a Linux system
What is the target audience?
•Individuals seeking to learn more about the system administration discipline
•Linux beginners looking to deepen their knowledge
•Administrators of other operating systems exploring Linux for the first time
•Users returning to Linux wishing to learn new tricks or refresh their skills