4.40 (385 reviews)
☑ Installing Linux Virtual Machines
☑ Basic Linux Commands
☑ Users and Group Management
☑ Linux Networking Fundamentals
☑ Linux Processes
☑ Linux Security
☑ Linux Disk Management
☑ Software Package Management
This course is updated to the last Red Hat Certified System Administrator Exam Objectives (Containers + Bash/Shell Scripting)
It is for anyone who wants to learn Linux and become a Red Hat Certified System Administrator. Become an effective Linux user and advance your Career. Also, it is aspiring Linux system administrators.
This course fully prepares you to pass the Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHEL 8) EX200 certification exam and become a Red Hat Certified System Administrator.
In this course, we are going to cover the objectives of Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHEL 8) EX200. The course contents are:
Installing Linux Virtual Machines.
Linux Essentials (Basic Linux Commands).
Users and Groups Management.
Linux Network Configuration.
Operate Running Systems.
Configuring and Maintaining Systems.
Configuring File Systems.
Managing Containers Images.
Bash Shell Scripting (Learn Bash Quickly ebook).
Red Hat Certified System Administrator is one of the most valuable Linux certifications in the industry and it will definitely help you to start a career in Linux. This course is fully hands-on. It'll help you and prepare you for the real exam. You are only one certification away from becoming a certified Linux system administrator; you are only Red Hat Certified System Administrator away!
The Directory Tree
Root Directory and Hierarchy of Users in Linux
Absolute and Relative Paths - Command Options and Arguments
pwd command and cd command
cal command, date command, uptime command
lscpu command and free command
df command and du command
history command, clear command, exit command
whatis command, type command, man command
last command snd w command
hostname command and uname command
touch command and mkdir command
cp command and mv command
rmdir command and rm command
cat command and echo command
head command, tail command and sort command
pip command and grep command
sudo command and su command
Hard Link and Soft Link
gedit editor and nano editor
vi editor and vim editor
Users and Groups Management
Creating Users and Deleting Users
Demo Creating Users and Deleting Users
Creating Groups and Deleting Groups
Demo Creating Groups and Deleting Groups
File Ownership and Permissions
Changing Ownership and Group Membership
Demo File Ownership and Permissions
Umask Default Permission Sets
Demo Umask Default Permission Sets
Three Special Permissions
Demo Three special permissions
Changing File Attributes
Demo Changing File Attributes
Superuser and visudo Command
Demo Superuser and visudo Command
Access Control Lists
ACLs Recursive and Deleting ACLs
Demo Access Control Lists
Linux Network Configuration
Adding DNS Server IP Address
Adding a Host with an Alias
Operate Running Systems
scp command and ssh command
Switching into Different Targets on Linux
Configuring and Maintaining Systems
Configuring Services with Systemctl
Automating Tasks with Cron Jobs
Modifying GRUB Bootloader
Installing Package Modules
Breaking into the System
Creating Standard Partitions
Creating (PVS - VGS - LVM)
Mounting and Unmounting (Temporarily and Permanently)
Adjusting and Removing (LVM - VGS - PVS)
Managing Layered Storage with Startis
Disk Compression with VDO
Configuring File Systems
Configuring Remote File Systems with NFS
Mounting on Demand with autofs
I worked (2000-2008) supporting middleware in UNIX envs. I like the show/tell and content so far. There are just four times that I didn't understand the why of the command options used or the when of using a file type. Overall, the pace is good. The training is good and as expected, so far. Thank you!
I started the course today and found it good as he covers all the basic commands in details. Someone who wants to start Linux from Zero will love this course.
So far, so good. I had some difficulties but worked my way through it. May have been the iso download or even user error - attention to detail.
some sentences do not contain information and give the impression that you don't know. The explanation of /var for instance says " it contains data about the system" or something along those lines. That doesn't tell me anything. I expect these lectures to be tightly packed information and to the point.
So far so good, one of the few instructors who's voice does not put you to sleep. Very good at explaining everything.
Excellent course and materials! It's very well organized course and very efficient if you are a beginner at Linux. It is a practical course and it is a good preparation for the RHCSA exam. I really appreciate the effort in this course and I highly recommend it.
Course content is pretty good - there are some slight errors, though. At buy time a bonus exam was promised in the course description. This seems to have been removed by now.
It is a great course and very informative. It covers all the RHCSA 8 objectives in a simple way. It's well structured and it gives on-hands experience. I highly recommend this course for RHCSA 8 preparation and for anyone who wants to learn Linux .
The course is well structured and simplified. Good for few days to doing the exams. I highly recommend
Till "Linux security" the course was good but latter the teacher could had first explained the concepts and then show demo. Please view the below video for more clarity https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fadQX2e_PGk And the pronunciation could be improved. Please upload sample question and answer as mentioned in the comment section
I'm working through the more basic linux elements. The tutor says "If you would like to see blah", but doesn't really explain the output, like for example, he says using df, "if you'd like to see the file system type, use -T", but these lessons are clearly aimed at people who have little or no knowledge of linux, so may not even know what a file system even is (The course does describe directory structures, but not file systems). Same with "ls -s" - which he says displays the size of the file, but that's not correct. It displays the amount of blocks the file is using, which again ties back into file systems. The explanations could be better.
Great course! I had a few other RHCSA resources but this one is the most up to date for RHCSA 8. I was able to pass my exam with this course. Highly recommend.
I know everything that he has talked about but for someone new it would make more sense if he explained why you would use the commands in more detail. Also his mic is blown out half the time and I can't stand when he smacks his 'enter' key after writing each line of code. Take it easy! Its super annoying.
The course is very informative and well defined for entry-level or beginners into Linux. I recommend this course for anyone interested in learning Linux.
This course is very informative and engaging. It is alot of information, I suggest practicing along side and researching some of the topics after the lessons.