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Red Hat Enterprise Linux (EL) Administration

Get skills needed by an RHCSA/RHCE 8. Gain sufficient skill to perform system administration tasks on Red Hat in 2021

4.52 (258 reviews)

Red Hat Enterprise Linux (EL) Administration

Students

25 hours

Content

Sep 2021

Last Update
Regular Price


What you will learn

Gain sufficient skill to perform core system administration tasks on Red Hat Enterprise Linux

Build foundational skills needed by an RHCSA/RHCE 8 certified Red Hat Enterprise Linux system administrator

Access the Command Line

Run Commands Using the Bash Shell

Manage Files From the Command Line

Get Help in Red Hat Enterprise Linux

Create, View, and Edit Text Files

Managing Local Users and Groups

Controlling Access to Files

Monitor and Manage Linux Processes

Control Services and Daemons

Configure and Secure SSH

Analyze and Store Logs

Manage Networking

Archive and Transfer Files

Install and Update Software Packages

Write Bash Scripts

Schedule Future Tasks

Much more...


Description

This course is aimed to IT Pros or people who want to get familiar with Linux. And it's supposed to give the viewer the information they need to know to get started with command line to perform essential Linux administration tasks, including installation, establishing network connectivity, managing physical storage and basic security administration. It's a very-well structured course with step-by-step demonstrations, including lots of guided exercises, labs and quizes.

The course is targeted to help to automate and script daily tasks. There are lots of live demonstrations how to use Bash commands. I hope it will help to do your job more efficiently. 

Here is some of the students' reviews:

'Thanks, instructor! It's a good structured course several hours long. I carried much useful information from it.'  -- James K

'simple and clear' --Swathi Mettu

'Very useful for Linux Administrators' --DORDAA SUGLO RUDOLF

'Great course! I love that you don't linger on each topic. You say what it is, what it does, and why you would need it, and you move on. Great!!' --David Ramirez

'Structured teaching..' --Dhanush Raj

'Great Course with good information explained and detailed' --mariano Martinez

'Great course! Excellent content, very clear.' --J B

'Perfect! Good to have it.' --Lern Li


Here is some of the topics:

Access the Command Line

Run Commands Using the Bash Shell

Manage Files From the Command Line

Get Help in Red Hat Enterprise Linux

Create, View, and Edit Text Files

Managing Local Users and Groups

Much more...



Content

Essential Linux Tools. Part 1

Logging to the system remotely with ssh and listing the directories

Changing the directories, inspecting the system, examining user's info, logins

Displaying and setting time and date. Part 1

Displaying and setting time and date. Part 2

Getting device information and using compression/archiving tools

Getting help and wildcards

Getting help (continued)

Quiz

Working with Files. Part 1

Path and file types

Creating files or directories and listing files or directories

Copying, moving, renaming, removing files and directories

File and directory control attributes

Finding files. Part 1

Finding files. Part 2

Finding files. Part 3

Finding files. Part 4

Working with Files. Part 2

File permissions. Part 1

File permissions. Part 2

Permissions for group collaboration

Quiz

VIM Editor

VIM. Part 1

VIM. Part 2

VIM. Part 3

VIM. Part 4

VIM. Part 5

VIM. Part 6

VIM. Part 7

VIM. Part 8

BASH Shell, Processes and Scheduling. Essential Linux Tools. Part 2.

Searching the needed info with grep&wc

Cat and output redirection

Using pipes

Processes revealed

Processes and jobs

Exploring all running processes with top command

Understanding process states

Changing process priority with nice

Controlling processes with signals

Changing password with passwd and working withPATH

Special characters and command-line keystrokes

Chaining operators

Sed and awk

Sed and awk. Part 2

Performing exit, reboot or shutdown on the system

Using BASH history

Using aliases to create your own commands

Watching files and how they're changing live with watch command

Gaining administrative privileges with sudo command

Understanding Job Scheduling with cron and at commnds

Quiz

Managing Software Packages

Packages overview

Managing packages with rpm command

Installing and modifying packages with rpm command

Viewing pgp keys and verifying package attributes

YUM package manager. Part 1

YUM package manager. Part 2

YUM package manager. Part 3

RPM Software Packages

Networking Basics

Configuring hostname

IPv4 concepts and traceroute command usage

Using 'ip' command

Validating and Troubleshooting Network Configuration

Practice Lab: Examining Network Configuration

Configuring Networking with nmcli


Reviews

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Rico28 December 2020

Some of the video and audio are not in sync. It may work better if there are more on-screen explanation on some of the command examples. The training needs more video editing. On some of the command examples, split screen with help page listing may help clarify the expected outcome. Thank you.

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PradeepKumar.c.Doddagoudar3 November 2020

the video demonstration is way ahead tha what he actually tells but, you can follow it. Its good for knowing all the basic operations on RHEL.

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Richard24 April 2020

I have been retired for 6 years, and trying to review and come back up to speed as a Senior System Engineer, it going to be a very long process for me. So this course is just what I need, plus many more like it. I can not figure out how to down load Udemy OS on one of my old desk tops?

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Dave18 September 2019

Good quick overview, the last lecture, with the split screen showing sample commands in one half and the output in the bottom half would have been nice to be adopted for all the lessons.

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Laszlo12 June 2019

It’s best to take this on a “as needed” basis, I.e., Just-in-time learning before the start of a project or assignment to get up to speed or brush up on the RHEL bash commands for a certification exam. Other than that it has very little actual value as it is focused 100% on the hands-on day-to-day administration of the OS.

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David22 March 2018

Great course! I love that you don't linger on each topic. You say what it is, what it does, and why you would need it, and you move on. Great!!

J
James18 January 2018

Thanks, instructor! It's a good structured course several hours long. I carried much useful information from it.

M
Martial15 November 2017

Cours tres passionnant. Le formateur aussi est tres calme bien concis et maitrise son sujet. J'aime bien le cours. Bravo au formateur


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9/21/2017

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11/21/2019

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