Learning & Talent Development Center
In just two days, our experienced, professional Linux+ certified trainer will show you how to build a complete Linux system from basic installation to more advanced topics including web services, mail services, and other network services. You'll learn the hidden commands used by Linux and Unix pros to run their systems at top performance. You'll see the best ways to monitor and optimize systems. You'll customize the Linux logging facility to provide exactly the information you need to fine tune and troubleshoot your Linux system. You'll learn how to integrate your Linux systems and your Windows systems to really deliver network and desktop services to your users. You'll see how to share resources in a Linux network by extending the file system from one machine to another.
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Q: What version of Linux do you use to teach the workshop?
A: We use RedHat-based products (CentOS).
Q: I use a different version of Linux (Debian, Ubuntu, etc.). Will this workshop be relevant for me?
A: Yes. Fedora, CentOS, and RedHat are nearly identical. The main difference between other versions of Linux, as far as how the workshop is taught, is in file locations and certain tools. Please review the course outline for specifics or give us a call to discuss. We'll be up front with you about whether this is the right workshop to meet your objectives.
Q: How much of this class is taught in the command line as opposed to the GUI?
A: It's mainly taught in the command line.
Module One: Basics of Linux
Module Two: Linux Administration
Module Three: User and Group Administration
Module Four: File and Directory Management
Module Five: Networking with Linux
Module Six: Linux Package (Application) Management
Module Seven: Integrating Linux with Windows Systems
Module Eight: Linux Mail Services
Module Nine: Linux Internet Services
Module Ten: Configuring Security in a Linux Environment
Module Eleven: Linux Performance Monitoring