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Linux Fundamentals



This training program provides a comprehensive understanding of the Linux operatingvvsystem. Through this program, individuals will be acequipped to confidently work with Linux environments and pursue further specialization in Linux administration and development.

Program Objectives:

At the end of this program, participants will be able to:

  • Understand Linux principles, features, and its historical timeline.

  • Gain comprehensive knowledge of the Linux Filesystem, including its structure and organization.

  • Develop proficiency in manipulating files, including creation, modification, and deletion.

  • Acquire skills to effectively manage software packages, including installation, updating, and removal.

Targeted Audience:

  • Beginners who want a solid foundation in Linux/Unix.

  • Experienced Linux Professionals who want to enhanced their knowledge of linux/Unix Operating System.

Program Outline:

Unit 1:

Introduction to Linux Basics:

  • Understanding the Linux operating system architecture.

  • Navigating the Linux file system hierarchy.

  • Performing basic file operations, such as creating, copying, and deleting files and directories.

  • Getting familiar with essential Linux commands for system interaction.

  • Exploring the concept of users, groups, and permissions in Linux.

Unit 2:

Command Line Essentials:

  • Mastering the Linux command line interface (CLI).

  • Learning essential commands for file manipulation, text processing, and system administration tasks.

  • Understanding input/output redirection and piping for efficient command chaining.

  • Exploring command-line utilities for process management and system monitoring.

  • Practicing command-line shortcuts and techniques for increased productivity.

Unit 3:

File System Management:

  • Understanding disk partitions, file systems, and mounting in Linux.

  • Learning to manage disk space and storage devices effectively.

  • Exploring advanced file system operations, such as symbolic links and file attributes.

  • Utilizing file system tools for disk maintenance, including checking and repairing file systems.

  • Implementing strategies for backup and recovery in Linux environments.

Unit 4:

User and Group Administration:

  • Managing user accounts and groups in Linux.

  • Understanding user authentication mechanisms and password policies.

  • Exploring user environment configuration and shell customization.

  • Implementing user access controls through permissions and ownership.

  • Troubleshooting common user account issues and security concerns.

Unit 5:

System Security and Networking:

  • Understanding Linux security principles and best practices.

  • Configuring firewall settings and implementing network security measures.

  • Exploring encryption techniques for data protection and secure communication.

  • Implementing user authentication mechanisms, such as SSH and PAM.

  • Learning network configuration and troubleshooting techniques in Linux environments.

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