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Course Description

When you complete this course and administer this software on a network. Some topics you will learn include Gnome passwords This course will be avaliable September 15th. Reserve your copy today!

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About Trainer

Nicholas D. Wells has an MBA and 18 years of experience in the software industry. He has authored and contributed to numerous books related to Linux training.

Installation (1 Hr 51 Mins)

1.0 Introducing Red Hat Linux (10 Mins)
1.1 The Power of Linux
1.2 Understanding OpenSource
1.3 What Red Hat Offers
1.4 Related Information
2.0 Preparing to Install Linux (5 Mins)
2.1 Reviewing Hardware Requirements
2.2 Gathering Hardware Information
3.0 Starting the Installation (30 Mins)
3.1 Starting the Custom Installation
4.0 Continuing the Installation (25 Mins)
4.1 Configuring your Mouse & Network
4.2 Configuring Time Zones & Services
4.3 Printers
4.4 Setting up the LILO Boot Loader & the X Window System

5.0 Booting Red Hat? Linux (7 Mins)
5.1 Booting up & Logging in
5.2 Changing to a New User with SU
6.0 Configuring the Graphical System (22 Mins)
6.1 The X Window System
6.2 Enabling the Mouse
6.3 Reviewing the Configuration File
6.4 Shutting Down Your Linux System
7.0 Configuring LILO (11 Mins)
7.1 The lilo.conf File
7.2 Booting Multiple Operating Systems
7.3 Adding a Password

Basic Commands & Startup Files (2 Hrs 2 Mins)

1.0 Using Basic Commands (45 Mins)
1.1 Starting a Command Line
1.2 What is the Shell?
1.3 Using Virtual Consoles
1.4 Learning about Commands & Navigating the Directory Structure
1.5 Listing File Information
1.6 History Command
1.7 Cat
1.8 File Command
1.9 Mkdir
2.0 Using Advanced Commands (19 Mins)
2.1 Aliases
2.2 File & Directory Permissions
2.3 PS & Kill Commands
3.0 Exploring the File System (20 Mins)
3.1 Directories
3.2 Links
4.0 Startup Files (13 Mins)
4.1 Multi-User Configuration Files
4.2 Single-User Configuration Files
4.3 X Startup Scripts
5.0 System Startup (24 Mins)
5.1 The Init Program
5.2 The Sysconfig Directory

File Systems & Networking (2 Hrs 1 Mins)

1.2 The Mount Command
1.3 Reviewing the fstab File
1.4 Fstab Options
2.0 Checking the File System (15 Mins)
2.1 Using fsck
2.2 Using dumpe2fs
2.3 Tune2fs
3.0 Linux Kernel Modules (10 Mins)
3.1 Listing included Modules
3.2 Adding a New Module
3.3 Using Parameters with Modules
3.4 Linux Kernel Versions
4.0 Setting up Networking (44 Mins)
4.1 Protocols
4.2 Routing
4.3 Reviewing the Config Files
4.4 Using the Command Line Tools
4.5 Stopping & Restarting Networking
4.6 Using Linux Conf
5.0 Trying the Network (22 Mins)
5.1 Web

Internet Services (2 Hrs 9 Mins)

1.0 Using NFS (14 Mins)
1.1 What is NFS
1.2 Mounts & Remote Permissions
1.3 The PS Command
2.0 Using Samba (26 Mins)
2.1 What is Samba
2.2 Configuration Issues
2.3 Setting up Samba Using a Graphical Interface
2.4 Viewing the Server on a Windows System
3.0 Using FTP & Email Server (19 Mins)
3.1 Setting up FTP
3.2 Setting up FTP Using a Graphical Interface
3.3 Sendmail
4.0 The Inetd Program (9 Mins)
4.1 Basics of Inetd
5.0 Using TCP Wrappers (8 Mins)
5.1 The hosts.allow & hosts.deny Files
6.0 Web Server Basics (51 Mins)
6.1 How the Web Server starts child processes
6.2 Locating the Home & Index Files
6.3 Locating the log files
6.4 Going through the Configuration files

Gnome & the Graphical Environment (1 Hr 56 Mins)

1.0 Understanding the Graphical Startup (14 Mins)
1.1 The Startx & xinit Files
1.2 The xinitrc & Xclient Files (/etc/ & Home)
1.3 The Xsession Files
1.4 Using switchdesk-kde
2.0 KDE on Red Hat? (7 Mins)
2.1 Exploring the Location of KDE on Red Hat
2.2 Using the KDE Menus
2.3 Using other KDE Apps on Red Hat
3.0 Exploring the Gnome Interface (15 Mins)
3.1 The Gnome Elements
3.2 Window Features in Gnome
3.3 Where Config Files are stored in Gnome
4.0 Configuring the Appearance of Gnome (25 Mins)
4.1 Background
4.2 Screen Saver
4.3 Theme Selector
4.4 Window Manager
4.5 Mime Types
4.6 Sounds & Keyboard/mouse
4.7 Session Manager
4.8 URL Handlers & Settings Menu
4.9 Panel configuration
5.0 Using the File Manager (14 Mins)
5.1 Opening a Window & Move/copy Files
5.2 Set File Properties
5.3 Setting File Manager Preferences
5.4 Using FTP Access
6.0 Accessing Text & Graphical Applications in Gnome (19 Mins)
6.1 Gedit
6.2 Gnotepad
6.3 Electric Eyes
6.4 Gqview
6.5 Gimp
7.0 Using Accessory Programs in Gnome (7 Mins)
7.1 Time Tracking Tool Amp
7.2 Calculator
8.0 System Admin Tools in Gnome (14 Mins)
8.1 GnoRPM
8.2 System Monitor & Running older Red Hat? config tools

System Administration (2 Hrs 2 Mins)


1.0 Printing (23 Mins)
1.1 The Print System Manager
1.2 Printing Commands
1.3 Managing Print Queues Graphically
2.0 Users & Groups (26 Mins)
2.1 Users
2.2 Groups
2.3 Disabling User Accounts
2.4 Configuration Files
3.0 RPM Package Management (17 Mins)
3.1 Using the RPM Command to Query
3.2 Using the RPM Command to Upgrade & Install
3.3 GnoRPM
4.0 Processes & Performance Analysis (38 Mins)
4.1 Processes & Nice
4.2 Graphical Tools
4.3 The Kill Command
4.4 Xload
4.5 Free & VmStat Commands
5.0 Systems Logs (8 Mins)
5.1 Reviewing the Logs
6.0 Using a UPS (9 Mins)
6.1 Downloading Power d & Checking the Configuration File

Advanced Administration (2 Hrs 1 Min)

1.0 Using Mtools (9 Mins)
1.1 Mtools for Disk Access
2.0 Command Line Tools (40 Mins)
2.1 Regular Expressions
2.2 Grep
2.3 Find & Locate
2.4 Tar & Gzip
3.0 Creating & Using a Boot Disk (9 Mins)
3.1 Creating Disks
3.2 Booting from a Floppy
4.0 Setting up PPP (21 Mins)
4.1 PPP
4.2 Using KPPP
5.0 Setting up Scheduled Jobs (14 Mins)
5.1 Using At to Schedule a Simple Task
5.2 Using Cron to Schedule a Recurring Task
6.0 Rebuilding the Kernel (27 Mins)
6.1 Installing Source Code
6.2 Using the Command Line Configuration
6.3 Using Menuconfig
6.4 Using Xconfig & Compiling the Kernel

Introduction to Programming (1 Hr 49 Mins)

1.0 Programming Concepts (10 Mins)
1.1 Interpreted & Compiled Programs
2.0 Compilers & Libraries (20 Mins)
2.1 Gcc
2.2 Standard Libraries & Where to Find Them
3.0 Downloaded Source Code (30 Mins)
3.1 Where to Find Source Code Files
3.2 Unpacking Archives
3.3 Running the Make Command
4.0 Shell Programming (32 Mins)
4.1 Working with Different Shells
4.2 Creating a New Shell Script
4.3 Using Control Structures
5.0 Using Other Languages (10 Mins)
5.1 Sed at the Command Line
5.2 Awk & Gawk
5.3 Perl Purposes & Where it's Used
6.0 using C & C++ (KDE) (16 Mins)
6.1 A Simple C Program
6.2 Running the Compiler
6.3 Networking & Graphical Calls/Libraries


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