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NBDelINs7567ci5 Notebook DELL Inspiron 7567 ci5,4GB,1TB,4GB,15"
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Red Hatlinux 7.x Pal/System Administration Training NTSC Video Please log in for prices

System Administration Level 1

  • 1.0 Introductions
  • 1.1 Linux
  • 1.2 Red Hat Software
  • 1.3 Red Hat Certified Engineer
  • 1.4 Audience for this Material and Caveats for Test Takers
  • 2.0 Important Concepts
  • 2.1 Interaction Between Components of Linux
  • 2.2 Multitasking
  • 2.3 File Systems, Devices in Linux/dev/and Device Drivers
  • 2.4 Linux vs. NT and UNIX
  • 3.0 Installing Red Hat Linux
  • 3.1 Hardware for Linux
  • 3.2 PP Installation Source Methods
  • 3.3 Preparing the Hard Disk and what You Need for Partitions
  • 3.4 Creating Boot Disks
  • 3.5 Installation Walkthrough
  • 3.6 Configuring your Graphical Environment
  • 4.0 Starting the System
  • 4.1 Initialization Process
  • 4.2 How the System Boots in Brief
  • 4.3 Shutting Down Linux
  • 4.4 Emergency Boot with Rescue Disk
  • 5.0 Configuring LILO
  • 5.1 How LILO Operates
  • 5.2 Includes Many Optional Parameters
  • 5.3 Relying on LILO for Other Operating Systems
  • 6.0 Setting up Graphics
  • 6.1 Layers in X
  • 6.2 Tools for XFree86
  • 6.3 Xconfiguration, XF86Config, others
  • 6.4 Starting X
  • 6.5 Linux Conf Tool
  • 6.6 Remote X Sessions

System Administration Level 2

  • 1.0 The Initialization Process
  • 1.1 Bios > MBR > boot Sector > Kernel > init
  • 1.2 Runlevels and Scripts
  • 1.3 Using LinuxConf or tksysv to Modify Services in runlevels
  • 1.4 The Etc/sysconfig directory
  • 2.0 Basic System Administration
  • 2.1 Popular Tools and Text vs. Graphical Tools
  • 2.2 Kuduzu intro
  • 3.0 Some Command Line Utilities
  • 3.1 Find , Locate, Grep
  • 3.2 File, Type and Which
  • 3.3 Procinfo, Isdev, Idd
  • 3.4 Users, Who
  • 3.5 Zip/other Compression
  • 4.0 File System Administration
  • 4.1 Directory locations and the /etc directory
  • 4.2 Using Mount, Explaining Mount Points
  • 4.3 Using df and du for File System Information and the fstab File
  • 4.4 Inode and Links

System Administration Level 3

  • 1.0 Using the File System Automounter
  • 1.1 Amd and Autofs
  • 1.2 Configuring Autofs
  • 1.3 Working with Autofs
  • 2.0 File System Troubleshooting
  • 2.1 File System Fragmentation
  • 2.2 Using FSK
  • 2.3 Using dumpe2fs
  • 2.4 Using tune2fs
  • 3.0 RAID
  • 3.1 Defining RAID Levels and its Benefits
  • 3.2 Hardware and Software RAID
  • 3.3 RAID as Root File System
  • 4.0 Using Diskettes
  • 4.1 Using Mount to Access Disks
  • 4.2 Using Gnome Icons
  • 4.3 Using the Mtools Package
  • 5.0 Backing up the System
  • 5.1 Tape Backup Devices and CD Devices
  • 5.2 Backup Levels
  • 5.3 Using the Tar and cpio Commands
  • 5.4 Tape Control Commands
  • 5.5 Using Commercial Backup Packages
  • 6.0 Using Disk Quotas
  • 6.1 Setting up Quotas in fstab
  • 6.2 Edquota
  • 6.3 Seeing Usage Reports for Users
  • 7.0 File and Directory Permissions
  • 7.1 Basics
  • 7.2 Chmod and Octal
  • 7.3 Graphical Changing in File Manager
  • 7.4 SUID, GUID and Sticky
  • 7.5 Attributes isattr chattr

System Administration Level 4

  • 1.0 User and Group Management
  • 1.1 Understanding User and Group Accounts
  • 1.2 Users, Creating Files, File Permissions, and Primary Groups
  • 1.3 Using the Command Line
  • 1.4 Creating Users and Groups
  • 1.5 Modifying Users
  • 1.6 Adding Groups
  • 1.7 SU and New User Command
  • 1.8 Communication between Users
  • 2.0 Managing Processes
  • 2.1 Understanding Processes and the Kernel
  • 2.2 Process States
  • 2.3 Watching Memory Usage
  • 2.4 Process Priorities with Nice and Renice
  • 2.5 Understanding Signals
  • 2.6 Using KILL to Send signals
  • 3.0 Managing Jobs in the Shell
  • 3.1 A Process vs. a Job and Starting Foreground and Background Processes
  • 3.2 Keeping Child Processes Active
  • 4.0 Automating Process Execution
  • 4.1 Startup Scripts Determining the Purpose of Execution
  • 4.2 Scheduling a tasks

System Administration Level 5

  • 1.0 Managing Printing
  • 1.1 The Printcap File and Setting up a Printer with Printtool
  • 1.2 Print Filters and Page Description Languages
  • 1.3 Remote Printing and Using the lpr Command
  • 1.4 Managing the Print Queue
  • 1.5 The lpc Command
  • 1.6 Bounce Queues
  • 2.0 Kernel Modules
  • 2.1 What are Kernel Modules
  • 2.2 Kernelcfg
  • 2.3 Kerneld
  • 2.4 Finding Kernel Modules
  • 3.0 Kernel
  • 3.1 Why Recompile the Kernel
  • 3.2 Configuration Using Three Methods
  • 3.3 Compiling
  • 3.4 Booting to the New Kernel and Checking uname
  • 4.0 Logging
  • 4.1 Purpose and Location
  • 4.2 Syslog.conf
  • 4.3 Types of Logs
  • 5.0 Networking Basics
  • 5.1 TCP/IP Basics
  • 5.2 Command Line Utilities
  • 5.3 IP Aliasing

System Administration Level 6

  • 1.0 Client Networking Services
  • 1.1 Setting up NIS
  • 1.2 Using NFS Client
  • 1.3 DHCP
  • 2.0 Sharing File Systems ? NFS
  • 2.1 Setting up the NFS Server and Exporting
  • 2.3 Exportfs Command
  • 3.0 Sharing File Systems ? Samba
  • 3.1 SMB and Samba
  • 3.2 Using smbclient
  • 3.3 Viewing the SMB Server from Windows
  • 4.0 Sharing File Systems ? NetWare
  • 4.1 Mars Installation and Configuration
  • 4.2 Printing
  • 5.0 Procmail
  • 5.1 Email Terms and Procmail
  • 5.2 Recipes
  • 6.0 Introducing Internet Services
  • 6.1 Inetd
  • 6.2 Transient or Standalone Serversm
  • 6.3 Services and Port Numbers
  • 6.4 Access Control with TCPd Wrappers
  • 7.0 Security
  • 7.1 Physical Security
  • 7.2 Login Security
  • 7.3 PAM


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