Course Content

Module 1: Fundamental Linux Administration

10:00
1.1 Understanding Linux Input, Output and Pipes
10:00
1.2 Practice Drills for the Linux Command Line
10:00
1.3 Why (Many) Programmers Prefer Linux Over Windows
10:00
1.4 Linux is Fun in Terminal (Really)!

Module 2: Introduction

21:06
2.1 Course Requirements and Desktop Introduction
10:13
2.2 What is Linux

Module 3: Installation & Configuration

18:55
3.1 Linux File Systems
29:22
3.2 How to Install Linux
33:18
3.3 Using Linux
30:38
3.4 The Linux Command Line Interface
37:20
3.5 Linux Networking Introduction

Module 4: System Administration

39:39
4.1 User Accounts and Permissions
43:03
4.2 Troubleshooting Commands
30:56
4.3 Creating Files and Directories
20:44
4.4 File Editing
17:23
4.5 Printing

Module 5: Practical Exercises

07:58
5.1 Hands On Lab Exercises for Linux
00:00
5.2 Fundamental Linux Administration

Course Description

What is Linux? An open-source operating system modelled on UNIX, first released by Linus Torvalds in 1991. Why do I need this Certification? With the increasing popularity of cloud based systems and data centers, organizations need system administrators who can make those systems work for their company?s specific needs. According to OpenSource.com, it?s this flexibility that gives those with Linux knowledge a leg up in the job market. What will I learn? The tools and concepts needed for installation, configuration, and everyday administrative and maintenance procedures that should be followed to keep a Linux-based server or desktop system up and running. Get your Fundamental Linux Administration Certification Today: With the increasing popularity of cloud based systems and data centers, organizations need system administrators who can make those systems work for their company?s specific needs. According to OpenSource.com, it?s this flexibility that gives those with Linux knowledge a leg up in the job market. ?Of the 1,000 hiring managers and Linux professionals surveyed by Dice and the Linux Foundation, almost 9 out of 10 said they had found it difficult to fill 'Linux-based positions?,? stated TechRepublic, ?Linux professionals who can back up their experience with formal training and certification will stand a moderately better chance of finding employment - with 44 percent of hiring managers saying they are more likely to take on a candidate backed by Linux certification.? The Linux Fundamentals Micro Certification is focused on the tools and concepts needed for installation, configuration, and everyday administrative and maintenance procedures that should be followed to keep a Linux-based server or desktop system up and running. It is geared towards an audience of both enterprise and home users. Working with a wide range of Linux distributions families, such as Red Hat, SUSE and Debian/Ubuntu, you will be able to apply these concepts across all distributions, making you a more well-rounded Linux professional.

Instructed By

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Greg Stuart
Instructor

Provided By

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Course Components

On Demand Videos to learn from industry leaders
Assessments to gauge understanding and comprehension

Certificate of Completion

Certificate Of Completion

Complete this entire course to earn a Fundamental Linux Administration Certificate of Completion