Linux Administration

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Linux Administration is an information technology topic that includes system architecture, Linux installation, commands, devices and filesystems, shells and scripting, user interfaces, administrative tasks, system services, networking fundamentals, and security.

This course is comprised of 2 parts, 10 sections and 43 lessons covering IT security. Each lesson includes a combination of Wikipedia readings, YouTube videos, and hands-on learning activities. The course also assists learners in preparing for CompTIA Linux+ Certification.

Preparation[edit]

This is a fourth-semester, college-level course. Learners should already be familiar with introductory computer concepts, computer support concepts, and computer networking concepts.

Lessons[edit]

Part 1[edit]

  • System Architecture
  • Installation
    • Disk Layout
    • Boot Manager
    • Shared Libraries
    • Debian Packages
    • RPM and YUM Packages
  • Commands
    • Command Line
    • Filters
    • File Management
    • Redirects
    • Processes
    • Priorities
    • Searches
    • File Editing
  • Devices and Filesystems
    • Partitions
    • Integrity
    • Mounting
    • Disk Quotas
    • Permissions
    • Links
    • File Locations

Part 2[edit]

  • Shells and Scripting
    • Shell Environment
    • Scripting
    • SQL
  • User Interfaces
    • X11
    • Display Manager
    • Accessibility
  • Administrative Tasks
    • User Accounts
    • Scheduling Jobs
    • Localization
  • System Services
    • System Time
    • System Logging
    • Mail Transfer Agent
    • Printing
  • Networking
    • Internet Protocols
    • Configuration
    • Troubleshooting
    • DNS
  • Security
    • Administrative Tasks
    • Configuration
    • Encryption

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