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Linux system administration

Intended for

Linux system administrators.

Background

Experience with a Linux system as a user, for example after following the UNIX/Linux/AIX fundamentals.

Training method

Classroom instruction with exercises.

Course leader

Linux Belgium.

Duration

5 days.

Schedule

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19/05/2014EDiegem2450 EUR
29/09/2014EDiegem2450 EUR
24/11/2014EDiegem2450 EUR
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  • You can enrol by clicking on the dates in the calendar.
  • N: Dutch; F: French; E: English; No code: language depends on the participants.
  • All prices are VAT excluded.
  • Countries:
    Belgium 
    Netherlands 
    Elsewhere 

Objectives

This course learns experienced Linux users how to install and maintain Linux servers in an operational environment. It learns the techniques and methods to maintain and troubleshoot Linux servers. Ideal for people who take on the role of Linux System Administrator. Talking about best practices and security considerations.

This course prepares for LPI Certification Level 1 - Exam 102.

Main topics

  • Advanced Linux installation (network installation)
  • System administration tools
  • Packaging
  • X Window system
  • Character Devices, PC-card and USB
  • Management of hard drives, partitions, LVM and RAID
  • Filesystems
  • Kernel compilation
  • Memory management
  • Scheduling
  • Backup and restore
  • User management
  • User-level security
  • Logging
  • Printers
  • Troubleshooting
  • Policies and procedures
  • Security issues