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Linux Course Linux Training Syllabus Table of contents: Week 1 I: Introducing Linux II: User Software Week 2 III: The co...

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    Linux Course Linux Training Syllabus Table of contents: Week 1 I: Introducing Linux II: User Software Week 2 III: The command-line IV: Basic Administration Week 3 V: System Administration VI: Apache and MySQL administration Week 4 VII: Windows Integration VIII: Automation Week 5 IX: System Administration II X: Networking Tools Final Test Week 6 XI: Customizing your user environment This is a series of 1-hour classes to teach IT people about Linux systems administration. It's being taught by Alagappan Karthikeyan 15+ years Experienced. The classes are being taught with Ubuntu & Centos, but the concepts can easily be applied to other Linux distributions or even Mac OS X. Week 1 I: Introducing Linux The following are explained while installing Linux or during the first bootup History Distributions Devices and Drives in Linux Filesystem Hierarchy Components: Kernel, Distribution, XFree86, Sawfish, Gnome. II: User Software GNOME Basics. Changing the desktop background, adding menu items, plugins. Changing the screen resolution Evolution - the default e-mail client in Fedora. Mozilla - Web browser OpenOffice - Productivity tools. Word processor, spreadsheet, presentation software. gaim - Chat application XScreensaver How user preferences are stored in your home directory Updating your system with up2date / yum. How to restart X11: Ctrl-Alt-Backspace Week 2 III: The command-line The command-line (shells, tab completion, cd, ls) file management: cd, df, find, locate nano, the text editor that replaces pico. man pages - the help system ssh - secure text-based connectivity to other machines. Demonstrate X-Forwarding. Handling compressed archives with zip and tar. GNU screen - The ability to resume command-line sessions from anywhere. IV: Basic Administration Adding users, groups su - the obsoleted way to become the root user. sudo - the modern way to run processes as another user. Changing users passwords with the passwd command. Printing with CUPS. Installing new software with yum (if centos) or apt-get (if ubuntu) Installing webmin for easy web based systems administration Week 3 V: System Administration logfiles. Using tail -f to watch /var/log/messages Configuring Kerberos authentication Explaining file permissions, including setuid. How to enable and disable services ntp - Setting up time synchronization Setting DNS settings by editing /etc/resolv.conf Changing XFree86 settings in /etc/XFree86/XFree86.conf VI: Apache and MySQL administration About the Apache webserver. About the MySQL database engine. About the PHP scripting language. Enabling the Apache with PHP and MySQL services Using MySQL Administrator PHPMyAdmin - web based administration and query console for MySQL. Adding a MySQL user in phpmyadmin Installing WordPress - a popular blogging software that uses MySQL. Week 4 VII: Windows Integration Connecting to your Linux machine from Windows using PuTTY and WinSCP. WINE - free Windows API compatibility layer, for running Windows applications in Linux. We will use mIRC as a sample application. Samba basics. Configuring Samba to authenticate using ADS rdesktop - Windows Terminal Server Client. smbclient - an FTP-like client for SMB shares smbmount - Mounting samba shares to a local directory (explain mount) smb4k (unless Konqueror decides to work) VIII: Automation cut - cutting out the good parts of your input sort - sorting files uniq - finding the unique lines in a set of input sed - searching and replacing tail, head find -exec - running a command on a large set of files Writing a shell script Scheduling tasks with cron. Week 5 IX: System Administration II Mounting disks Killing processes with kill Where to find software: freshmeat.net,  sourceforce.net, freelinuxconsole.info Fetching files with wget Compiling software: configure, make, make install fstab Reviewing find and du for finding out where your disk space went to. Single user mode X: Networking Tools ping - check if a host is online traceroute - see your hops between hosts telnet - diagnostics nmap - seeing what ports are open on a host xinetd - the "internet super server". TCP/IP service manager. lsof - list open ports and files ethereal - Packet Sniffer Extraordinaire. Final Test For the final test, Tutor will present a badly beaten Linux machine. It's got numerous problems on it, and they need to be fixed. Here are some problems you will run up against: You don't know the root password. (Pay attention to how single user mode works, and how to change users passwords) You don't know the MySQL root password, but need to get access to the database. You will need to use Google to research the answer to this one. The settings in XFree86 are not right for the current monitor, so it is not starting up. The /var partition is full. Week 6 XI: Customizing your user environment symbolic links The Z Shell aliases, including -s types in zsh. variables PATH prompts Terminal transparency adding things to your X startup


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