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Linux v 2.0
Updated Linux course on practice.
Theory + practice.
$45
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What you'll learn
Installing the software
Security and file rights management
File system management
Package management
System settings in Linux
Working with the command line
Bash scripts
Regular expressions
Root concepts in Linux
System start and Linux monitoring
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Course program
CHAPTER
Part 1. Working with the command line
Theory. 103.1

  • Working with shells and commands for basic tasks
  • Using and modifying the shell environment, including environment variables
  • Working with the history of executed commands
  • Working with commands based on the current location

Check your knowledge Questions from LPIC1
Part 2. Working with files and directories
Theory. 103.3

  • Copy, move and delete files and directories
  • Deleting files and directories, including recursively
  • Wildcards
  • Filtering files by type, size, dates, etc.
  • Working with tar, cpio and dd.
  • Copy multiple files and directories, including recursively

Check your knowledge Questions from LPIC1
Basic file management
Part 3. Continuing to work at the command line
Theory 103.4
Use of Streams, Pipeline and Redirection

  • Redirecting standard input, output, and errors
  • Passing the output of one command before entering another
  • Using the output of one command as arguments to another
  • Getting output to file and to standard output

Check of knowledge Questions from LPIC1
Part 4. Writing scripts in Bash.
Theoty 103.2

  • Working with text output in Linux
  • Applying text filters using built-in UNIX commands

Check of knowledge
Questions from LPIC1 Processing text streams with filters
Part 5. Set up Nginx and set up Wordpress
Practical task
Setting up Nginx and bringing Wordpress up
Part 6. Configuring the Samba File Server
Practical task

Set up a Samba file server
Samba is the most popular Linux file server. It allows Linux admins to deploy file storage and connect Windows workstations. Windows users will be able to share files using the SMB protocol.
Part 7. Configure the Asterisk Phone Server
Practical task

Set up the Asterisk phone server
Asterisk is the most popular open source telephony server. In this lesson, you will learn how to install it from source and configure the web interface. The lesson will teach you different types of software installations: from packages, from source codes.
Part 8. Automating Routine Operations with Bash
Practical task

  • Automating Routine Operations with Bash
  • Exploring Loops, Working with Bash Variables
  • Automating basic Linux tasks
CHAPTER
Part 1. Root Concepts in Linux
Theory. 101.1 Working with hardware in Linux

  • Retrieving Hardware Information
  • Device management
  • Sysfs, udev, dbus, udevadm concepts
  • Device management

Theory. 101.1 Working with iron in Linux.

Part two - device management

Check of knowledge. Linux architecture
Questions from LPIC1
Part 2. System start and Linux monitoring
Theory. 101.3 System Initialization SysV Style.

  • setting the default boot option;
  • switching between operating modes;
  • turning on and off the PC;
  • notification of system users;
  • correct termination of processes
Theory. 101.3 Systemd-style system initialization

Theory. 101.3 System initialization upstart style

Check of knowledge.
Questions from LPIC1.
Change the startup levels / boot targets and shutdown or reboot the system.
Part 3. Linux Boot Process
Theory. 101.2 Linux Boot Process.

  • bootloader commands and options
  • configuring boot sequence in BIOS
  • turning the PC on and off
  • system initialization styles
  • system boot logs

Check of knowledge. Questions from LPIC1.
101.2 Booting Linux

Questions from LPIC1
Part 4. Configuring monitoring of Zabbix services
Practical task.
Configuring monitoring of Zabbix services
Part 5. Let's write our own Zabbix monitoring templates
Practical task.

  • Let's write our own Zabbix monitoring templates
  • You can create your own Zabbix template to monitor anything.
Part 6. Configuring KVM + Proxmox virtualization
Practical task:

  • Configuring KVM + Proxmox virtualization
CHAPTER
Part 1. Continuing to work with the command line
Theory. 103.5 Working with Linux Processes

  • launching tasks in active and background modes;
  • configuring task execution after logging out;
  • ways to track and sort active processes;
  • termination of processes

Knowledge Test: Questions from LPIC1
Creating, monitoring and completing processes
Part 2. Process Priorities in Linux
Theory. 103.6 Process priorities in Linux
  • default priorities of created processes;
  • running programs with higher and lower priority;
  • changing the priority of an already running program.

Check of knowledge.
Questions from LPIC1
Change process priorities
Part 3. Change process priorities
Theory. 103.7
Regular expressions in Linux

Check of knowledge.
Questions from LPIC1.
Finding text files using regular expressions
Part 4. Editing files in Linux
Theory. 103.8
Vi text editor

Check of knowledge.
Questions from LPIC1.
Basic file editing
Part 5. Backup
Practical task.
Backup Configuring backup
Part 6. Configuring Software RAID
Practical task.
Configuring Software RAID
The hard drive is out of order and the servers are still alive? RAID will help us
Part 7. Configuring DNS Server
Practical task.
Set up a DNS server
We have our own domain and we need you to set up a DNS server
CHAPTER
Part 1. Installing software. Package management
Theory. 102.4
Package management on Debian-like operating systems

Check of knowledge.
Questions from LPIC1.
Use Debian package management
Part 2. Package Management
Theory. 102.5
Package management in RedHat-like operating systems
Learn to manage packages with RPM, YUM and Zypper.

Check of knowledge.
Questions from LPIC1.
Use RPM and YUM package management
Get tested to solidify the material
Part 3. Linux security. Grant administrator rights
Practical task.
Linux security. Grant administrator rights
How to grant rights to execute only the required programs?
Part 4. HR
Practical task.
How to write a CV and get through the interviews
CHAPTER
Part 1. Managing security and file rights
Theory. 104.4

File and folder owners/file and folder permissions

We study:
  • control of access to files and folders;
  • use of special bits;
  • ways to work with file creation masks;
  • work with access permission for groups.

File and folder creation mask/suid, sgid and sticky bits

We study:
  • default priorities of created processes;
  • running programs with higher and lower priority;
  • changing the priority of an already running program.

Check of knowledge.
Questions from LPIC1.
Removal. Managing file permissions and ownership
Part 2. We raise the Zimbra mail server with a web interface
Practical task.
We raise the Zimbra mail server with a web interface
Email is dying, but it is still the main channel of communication in business.
CHAPTER
Part 1. Creating and formatting hard disk partitions in Linux.
Theory. 104.1
MBR partition tables management;
creating mkfs file systems (ext, XFS, VFAT);
familiarity with ReiserFS and Btrfs;
basic GPT skills.

Check of knowledge.
Questions from LPIC1.
Part 2. Checking the file system
Theory. 104.2
File system check

Check of knowledge.
Questions from LPIC1
Maintaining the integrity of file systems
Get tested to solidify the material
Part 3. Mounting and Unmounting File Systems
Theory. 104.3
Mounting and unmounting file systems

Check of knowledge.
Questions from LPIC1.
Controlling installation and removal of file systems
Get tested to solidify the material
Part 4. Soft and hard links
Theory. 104.6
Soft and hard links

Check of knowledge.
Questions from LPIC1.
Creating and modifying hard and symbolic links
Get tested to solidify the material
Part 5. Search and location of commands and files in Linux.
Theory. 104.7
Finding and locating commands and files in Linux

Check of knowledge.
Questions from LPIC1.
Find system files and place files in correct location
Get tested to solidify the material
Part 6. Linux security. User management. Network protection
Practical task. Linux security. User management. Network protection

  • You can configure the protection of those services that you have already configured. Configuring firewall, fail2ban, user management
CHAPTER
Part 1. Working with hard drives in Linux
Theory. 102.1

  • Working with hard drives in Linux
  • Device management

Check of knowledge.
Questions from LPIC1.
Part 2. Linux installation and package management. Hard disk layout design
Theory 102.1
  • Linux installation and package management.
  • Hard disk layout design
  • Linux bootloaders
  • Device management

Check of knowledge.
Questions from LPIC1
Install the download manager
Part 3. Management of shared libraries.
Theory. 102.3

  • Management of shared libraries.
  • Device management

Check of knowledge.
Questions from LPIC1.
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