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MODULE 1:
Introduction TO Unix and Linux:
Histroy of Unix and Linux
Basic Concepts of operating system,Kernel,shell and file system structure
Basic Concepts of Linux
Various Flavors of Linux

MODULE 2:
Installation of Linux :
Manual installation of Linux
Network Bases installation (Kickstart)

MODULE 3:
USER and GROUP Management:
Creating users
Creating groups
modifying users and groups

 

MODULE 4:
File Permissions
chmod,chown
Suid,SGID,Sticky Bit (Special Permissions)

MODULE 5:
Disk Management
Creating a disk and attaching them to Linux servers
Creating Disk on Fly without reboot or down time and how to save business
LVM (LOGICAL VOLUME MAGEMENT)
RAID(RUDUNDANT ARRAY OF INEXPENSIVE DISKS)

MODULE 6:
User and group quotas
ACL (ACCESS CONTROL LIST)
backup and recovery —– > tar and cpio
Scheduling Tasks with Crontab

 

MODULE 7:
package management
installation of packages manually
installation of packages with yum
how to configure yum repository
Kernel up gradations

MODULE 8:
NFS Server:
Installation of NFS
Sharing Files With NFS with scenarios

MODULE 9:
Installation of FTP
sharing FTP to anonymous users
sharing FTP to authorized users
HOW to jail/confine users with chroot

MODULE 10:
Installation of SAMBA
smb protocol
sharing files to windows and Linux using SAMBA

 

MODULE 11:
Installation of NIS
Migration users from local machine to NIS servers
Configuring NIS client

MODULE 12:
Installation of DHCP
Configuration of IP pool for DHCP servers
Binding the Mac to IP so that Ip would be reserved
Configuring DHCP Client

MODULE 13:
Installation of DNS
Configuring DNS client
Integrating various services with DNS

 

MODULE 14 :
Configuring mail Servers with
SMTP,Imap and pop
squirrel mail (web client)
How to Relay the mail
how to create Distributed lists and send mails

MODULE 15 :
installation Web-servers
Various types of hosting Name Based,Ip based, and port based hosting
Web servers with user authentication
Web servers with SSL certificates

MODULE 16 :
SQUID proxy
Squid as a firewall
Restrict particular users
Restrict users to access particular websites
Restrict users on time

 

Module 17 :
Securing servers with TcP wrappers
overview of Iptables

MODULE 18:
Trouble shooting
fsck files system checks to recover the file system corruption
grub trouble
recovering the root passwords
Trouble shooting various issues

MISCELLINOUS:
what is Xinetd
NIC bonding
X11 services
BASIC shell scripting
and overview of Visualization installation of ESX servers and creating vms on the ESXi BOX
Process and memory management in linux

 

 

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