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Linux: Red Hat Essentials

Course Outlines
Level 1
Introduction
1.0 Installation
1.1 Introduction
1.2 Network Installations
1.3 An NFS Installation
1.4 Getting Started
1.5 Pre Installation
1.6 Starting the Installation
1.7 Installation
1.8 Partitioning
1.9 Configuration
1.10 Additional Settings
1.11 Installation Wrap-Up
1.12 Installation Information
1.13 Boot Loader
1.14 GRUB
1.15 GRUB Commands
1.16 Kickstart
1.17 Kickstart Configuration
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Level 2
1.0 Overview of Linux
1.1 Red Hat
1.2 Linux & Unix
1.3 Linux Benefits & Features
1.4 Linux Desktops & Interfaces
1.5 The GNU Project
1.6 Linux Distribution
1.7 Future Directions
1.8 Information on Linux
2.0 Linux Basics
2.1 Basic Commands
2.2 Files
2.3 File Manipulation Commands
2.4 Working with Directories
2.5 Wildcards & Redirection
2.6 Working with Aliases
3.0 Information & Display ~Commands
3.1 Information Commands
3.2 Display Utilities
3.3 Working with the Find Command
3.4 Pattern Matching
3.5 Working with Regular Expressions
3.6 Sed & AWK
3.7 Information Utilities
4.0 The Shell
4.1 Introduction to the Shell
4.2 Using Quotes
4.3 Special Characters
4.4 Working in the Shell
4.5 Bash Configuration Files
4.6 Processes
4.7 Managing Processes
5.0 Using the vi Editor
5.1 Introduction to vi
5.2 Moving Around in vi
5.3 Text Manipulation
5.4 More Text Manipulation
5.5 More on vi
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Level 3
Introduction
1.0 Files
1.1 Storage in Linux
1.2 Files
1.3 File Types
1.4 Devices
1.5 Different Types of Files
2.0 FileSystems
2.1 Linux FileSystems
2.2 More on FileSystems
2.3 The FileSystem Hierarchy
2.4 Formatting FileSystems
2.5 The Third Extended File System
2.6 Looking at the Details
2.7 Working with FileSystems
2.8 Setting Up the fstab File
2.9 Filesystem Commands
2.10 Mounting & Unmounting
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Level 4
Introduction
1.0 Managing Users
1.1 Creating a User Manually
1.2 Creating Users with Commands
1.3 Shadow Utilities
1.4 The Red Hat User Manager Tool
1.5 Creating New Users
1.6 Working with Chage
1.7 Modifying User Accounts
1.8 Working with Groups
1.9 Modifying File Permissions & Access
2.0 Security
2.1 Introduction to Security
2.2 Security Applications & Sources
2.3 The nmap Application
2.4 Securing Your Environment
2.5 Working with su & sudo
2.6 SUID and SGID Applications
2.7 Log Files
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Level 5
1.0 Managing Processes
1.1 Linux Processes
1.2 Interactive & Batch Processes
1.3 Process Details
1.4 Using nice & renice
1.5 Signals
1.6 Process Management
1.7 Managing I/O
1.8 Scheduling One Time Jobs
1.9 Scheduling Reoccuring Jobs
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Level 6
Introduction
1.0 X Windows and Desktops
1.1 X Windows
1.2 X Windows Architecture
1.3 Window Management
1.4 Tools
1.5 Starting X Windows
1.6 X Clients
1.7 Red Hat Desktops
1.8 Default Desktops
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Level 7
Introduction
1.0 Bash Shell Scripts
1.1 Introduction to Shell Scripts
1.2 Executing Shell Scripts
1.3 Variable Data Types
1.4 Variable and Arrays
1.5 Descriptors and Redirectors
1.6 Special Shell Characters
1.7 Positional Parameters
1.8 $ Parameters
1.9 If Statements
1.10 Working with If
1.11 The Case Statement
1.12 Iteration Loops
1.13 The Shift Command
1.14 Additional Test Conditions
1.15 Command Line Editing
2.0 Red Hat Package Manager
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Verifying Packages
2.3 The RPM Database
2.4 Finding Packages
2.5 Managing Packages
3.0 Kernel Parameters
3.1 Configuring Parameters
3.2 Working with Parameters
3.3 Working with /proc/sys
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Level 8
1.0 Networking
1.1 TCP/IP Networking
1.2 Network Files
1.3 Startup Scripts
1.4 Setting Values
1.5 xinetd
1.6 /etc/services
1.7 named
1.8 Routing & Monitoring
1.9 Remote Connectivity
1.10 File Transfer Protocol
1.11 Samba
1.12 Managing Samba
1.13 Smbclient
1.14 Additional Tools
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