About Linux Online Training:

Linux is a free source real-time operating system. It was introduced by Linus Torvalds at the University of Helsinki in Finland. It was designed with an aim to provide an open source operating system. Linux is derived from the UNIX operating system. The main difference between UNIX and LINUX is UNIX is paid one while Linux is the free source. Linux is very much famous for providing a high range of security, fast performance, and a very efficient system.

Linux now became a popular operating system. For handling complex servers, Virtualization, Monitoring and for general purpose operations. Use of Linux best example is the Android operating system. Android makes use of Linux Kernel but relies very little on GNU tools. Linux is available in a various distro like- Fedora, Ubuntu, Red Hat, Debian, and OpenSUSE. Linux is introduced in different versions for different major microprocessor platforms like- SPARC, PowerPC, Alpha platforms, Intel and also on IBM’s.

Why Learn Linux Training?

Linux tutorial is the base for starting your career to advance level of studies. After learning Linux training you can go to different fields of networking, administration, virtualization and similar other. DevOps is the advanced level of administration, after this course, you can learn this skills and look for the better position in your career.

About Linux Training Details:

ExoLearn is the leading eLearning institute in offering different IT and latest technology trending courses to the seekers. We came up with an aim to make every fresher to get skilled and get employed in their dream role of the job. And for experience candidate in improving their technical skills for getting the better hike.

We have well experienced professional trainers from at every corner of the world. We save all the videos of every session conducted and provide you as an LMS (Learning Management System) to refer in future. In every session, students will get the opportunities to ask any number of questions to the trainers and clear their doubts.

Linux Training Course Target:

  • Install Red Hat Linux interactively and with a Kickstart
  • Perform user and group administration
  • Create and maintain the Linux file system
  • Learn How to use Linux commands
  • Integrate a workstation with an existing network
  • Control common system hardware
  • administer Linux printing subsystem
  • Perform performance, memory, and process management
  • Configure basic host security
  • Configure a workstation as a client to NIS, DNS, and DHCP services
  • Integrate a workstation with an existing network
  • Manipulate software packages with RPM
  • Configure a workstation as a client to NIS, DNS, and DHCP services
  • Manipulate software packages with RPM
  • Integrate a workstation with an existing network
  • Configure the GNOME d.e
  • Configure the X Window System
  • Back up file systems to tape and tar archive

Linux Training Target Audience:

  • Candidates seeking the career in Linux System Administration field
  • Experienced candidates, who want to build their skills in the admin field.
  • Support personnel, Developers, and Linux administrators
  • Experienced candidates, who want to change their career in Linux administration from another operating system.
  • Fresher’s seeking career in Linux admin

Linux Training Prerequisite:

Basic operation knowledge of an operating system of windows /Linux

Linux Online Tutorial Format:

Once students registered with us, we provide you a welcome mail with activation of LMS for that particular subject. In LMS candidate will get complete details to learn the subject like videos of previous classes, FAQs, PPT and other stuff related to the course. Before starting every session our webinar team will send the students and lecturer a link through which class can be attended. Our webinar and lab team is good at answering your query. If students encounter any issues during accessing LMS or lab they can contact our webinar team they will assist you to clear all your doubts. We provide round the clock service.

Linux Career Opportunities:

 If you’re looking to build up a career in Linux administration skills. Then you will get lots of opportunities to opt for such as – System Administration, Associate Technical Lead, System Analyst, System Administrator, Linux admin, Linux developer, etc.

Linux Certification:

At the end of this course, we provide you with Linux certification. Which ensures your ability to perform all the administration needed for maintaining and troubleshooting the issue. As administration tasks differ from organization to organization based on their organization size. Having administration skills will help you to learn and explore your skills while on the job. Linux certification makes you stand out from other candidates, who are looking for the same profile.

Linux Tutorial course curriculum: 

Module: 1. Introduction


  • What is Operating System
  • When Unix was Introduced
  • Flavors of Unix
  • the most important GNU movement
  • Invention of Linux
  • Flavors of Linux
  • Areas where Linux is used

Module: 2. Linux Admin Basics


  • Introduction – File System, best practices
  • Creating, Removing, basic Linux commands
  • Copying, Moving files & Directories
  • Linux admin basics commands, File permissions

Module: 3. Command Line Tools


  • soft links
  • hard links
  • discussion on Linux Mint
  • Linux kernel
  • Introduction to virtual machines, and basic VIM workflow.

Module: 4. Installation


  • Pre-requisites of installing RHEL7
  • HCL for RHEL7
  • Partitioning requirement for RHEL7
  • Installing RHEL7 in any environment.

Module: 5. Partition & Swap


  • What is a partition,
  • Why to create the partition,
  • Filesystem in Linux, Difference between ext and xfs filesystem, Mounting, What is Swap Spaces, Utilization of swap spaces, commands related to swap spaces.

Module: 6 Device Encryption


  • What is Device Encryption
  • Utilization of LUKS
  • Procedure, and commands to use LUKS

Module: 7 LVM


  • What is LVM
  • When is LVM needed
  • How LMS works
  • Components of LMS
  • Creating PV, Creating VG, Creating  LV
  • Increasing/ Decreasing size of the LV / File system
  • InstallingRHEL7 using LVM

Module: 8. User & Group Admin


  • What is a user
  • Types  of users, Password Complexity  Requirements
  • Creating, Modifying and Deleting a user
  • Setting password Parameters
  • What is a group, Types of the group
  • Creating, modifying and deleting a group
  • Adding / Removing user from the group
  • Making a Group administrator

Module: 9. Controlling Access & Sudo


  • What is SUID?
  • What is SGIDWhat is STICKY BIT?
  • How to apply SUID, SGID, and STICKY BIT
  • What is ACL?, Pre-requisite of ACL
  • Mounting a partition with ACL
  • Creating, Modifying and Deleting on a file/directory

Module: 10. Networking & Adv Networking


  • What is Networking?
  • Components of Networking
  • Important files related to networking
  • Changing hostname
  • IP Address
  • Advanced Networking
  • IP Aliasing, NIC Bonding

Module: 11. Job Automation


  • What is job automation?
  • What is cron, at and batch jobs?
  • Crontab format?
  • Important files related to cron and at?

Module: 12. Boot Process


  • What is a boot process?
  • Boot process in RHEL7?
  • Introduction to System services?
  • Introduction to Targets?
  • Mounting?

Module: 13. Services, Selinux & Firewall


  • What is a Service?
  • Difference between service and systemctl command?
  • Starting, stopping, restart and reload service?
  • Enabling and disabling service during boot?
  • What is a SELinux?
  • Modes of SELinux, Booleans, Context and policy in SELinux
  • What is a firewall?, Introduction to firewall, Checking the status of firewall
  • Adding /removing service in firewall
  • Adding /removing ports in firewall

Module: 14. Software Management


  • What is software management?
  • What is RPM?, RPM command line
  • Yum server and client configuration

Module: 15. Processes, backup & Restore.


  • What is a process?, Types of processes
  • Handling signals
  • Process priority
  • Important Monitoring commands
  • Usage of top command
  • What are a backup and restore? how to take the backup ?By using tar and gzip

Module: 16. FTP Server


  • What FTPftp server?
  • What is active and passive FTP?
  • Profile/summary the of FTP server
  • Configuring FTP server for downloading and uploading of files
  • Allowing root access via FTP
  • Blocking a user in FTP

Module: 17. NFS Server


  • What is NFS server?
  • Profile/summary of NFS server
  • Roles of each daemon in NFS
  • Configuring NFS server
  • Auto-mounting in NFS

Module: 18. Samba Server


  • What is samba server?
  • , Profile/Summary of samba server,
  • Configuring samba server,
  • Using windows as a client,
  • Using Linux as a client

Module: 19. DNS Server


  • What is DNS server?
  • DNS Tree, Zone files keywords
  • Profile/Summary of DNS server
  • Configuring DNS server
  • Integrating clients with DNS server

Module: 20. Web Server


  • What is http server?
  • How a web server works ?
  • Profile/summary of http server
  • Configuring a web server
  • Virtual Web hosting
  • Port Based and Name Based web hosting

Module: 21. Mail & Proxy Server


  • What is MAIL server?
  • MUA, MTA, MDA?
  • The difference between MUA
  • MTA, MDA, Profile/summary of MAIL server
  • What is a PROXY server?
  • Profile/summary of proxy server
  • Configuring squid proxy
  • Blocking a single/multiple website(s)
  • Changing the default proxy port

Module: 22. DHCP Server


  • What is DHCP server?
  • What is DORA process ?
  • Pofile/summary of dhcp server

Module: 23. KickStart Server


  • What is the Kickstart server?
  • Configuring a kickstart file/ Kickstart server
  • Installing clients with Kickstart
  • Configuring Network Installation via FTP, NFS, and HTTP
  • Combining kickstart with network installation

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs):

Q1. Will I Get a Certificate After Completing My Course Through Exolearn.com?

We will provide you with a course completion certificate from our end. Apart from this, we can also help you to acquire a vendor certificate once you complete a particular training course.

Q2. What if I Could Not Attend a Class?

Our dedicated Learning Management System (LMS) will allow you to access the recorded footage of the session.

Q3. How Can I Access the Recorded Videos of the Session I Missed?

Our web-based Learning management system (LMS) is web assessable. Once you are registered, we will enable LMS accessibility for you.

Q4. What are the Available Payment Gateways?

You can pay us using all major cards (VISA, MasterCard, American Express, JCB and Discover/Novus). We also accept payment through PayPal.

Q5. Can I Cancel Enrollment? Will I Get Refund?

Yes, a candidate can cancel the enrollment within 3 - 7 days after making payment. As per our refund policy, we can refund up to 100% of the total payment made during registration (Please refer to our Refund Policy).

Q6. Will there be any Interactive Live Session or Just Pre-Recorded Videos for Training?

All the registered students will be able to join interactive training sessions conducted by qualified trainers.

Q7. What is the Duration of the Learning Management System (LMS)?

The duration of LMS Lifetime.

Q8. What is the Learning Management System (LMS)?

LMS is a software application designed to deliver educational courses and training programs through documents, study materials, interactive online classes and recorded videos.

Q9. What if I Have any Queries During or After the Course?

We provide 24x7 online support facility. You can call or email us any time, as our support team will always be there to respond to your queries.

Q10. Can I Have One-On-One Sessions?

A session is attended by 2-3 students, but if you want to join a one-on-one session, you have to pay some additional charges for this.

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