Learn Linux Essential Training Course in Delhi

Learn Linux Essential Training Course in Delhi



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Linux Essentials is an introduction to Linux as an operating system, basic open source concepts, and the basics of the Linux command line.

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The  Linux Essential Course certificate is a great way to show employers that you have the foundational skills required for your next job or promotion. Linux Essential Course is an introduction to Linux as an operating system, basic open source concepts, and the basics of the Linux command line. Content developed by experts. Craw Security providing an online Linux Essential course in Delhi. Some organizations consider RHCSA mandatory; definitely, after earning the certificate your CV will become more visible to recruiters.
Red Hat provides good preparation material, after going through all of the curriculum modules, you will have a sound knowledge of RHEL systems from basics to advanced level. If you are already an experienced person in Linux Administration even then going through this examination process you will improve your confidence level and will be able to validate your skills and expertise.
Although some other vendors are also providing Linux certifications e.g. LPIC or CompTIA Linux+, RHCSA is the most reputed and recognized certification.

Linux Essentials Course Content

Module 01: Getting Started with Red Hat Enterprise Linux
Lesson 01: What Is Linux?
Module 02: Accessing the Command Line

Lesson 01: Access the Command Line
Lesson 02: Access the Command Line with the Desktop
Lesson 03: Execute Commands with the Bash Shell
Lesson 04: Lab: Access the Command Line

Module 03: Managing Files from the Command Line

Lesson 01: Describe Linux file system Hierarchy Concepts
Lesson 02: Specify Files by Name
Lesson 03: Manage Files with Command-line Tools
Lesson 04: Make Links Between Files
Lesson 05: Match File Names with Shell Expansions
Lesson 06: Lab: Manage Files from the Command Line

Module 04: Getting Help in Red Hat Enterprise Linux
Lesson 01: Lab: Get Help in Red Hat Enterprise Linux
Module 05: Creating, Viewing & Editing Test Files

Lesson 01: Redirect Output to a File or Program
Lesson 02: Edit Text Files from the Shell Prompt
Lesson 03: Change the Shell Environment
Lesson 04: Lab: Create, View, and Edit Text Files

Module 06: Managing Local Users and Groups

Lesson 01: Describe User and Group Concepts
Lesson 02: Gain Superuser Access
Lesson 03: Manage Local User Accounts
Lesson 04: Manage Local Group Accounts
Lesson 05: Manage User Passwords
Lesson 06: Lab: Manage Local Users and Groups

Module 07: Controlling Access to Files

Lesson 01: Interpret Linux File System Permissions
Lesson 02: Manage File System Permissions from the Command Line
Lesson 03: Manage Default Permissions and File Access
Lesson 04: Lab: Control Access to Files

Module 08: Monitoring and Managing Linux Process
Lesson 01: Process States and Lifecycle Lesson 02: Control Jobs Lesson 03: Kill Processes Lesson 04: Monitor Process Activity Lesson 05: Lab: Monitor and Manage Linux Processes
Module 09: Controlling Services and Daemons

Lesson 01: Identify Automatically Started System Processes
Lesson 02: Control System Services
Lesson 03: Lab: Control Services and Daemons

Module 10: Configuring and Securing SSH

Lesson 01: Access the Remote Command Line with SSH
Lesson 02: Configure SSH Key-based Authentication
Lesson 03: Customize OpenSSH Service Configuration
Lesson 04: Lab: Configure and Secure SSH

Module 11: Analyzing and Storing Logs

Lesson 01: Describe System Log Architecture
Lesson 02: Review Syslog Files
Lesson 03: Review System Journal Entries
Lesson 04: Preserve the System Journal
Lesson 05: Maintain Accurate Time
Lesson 06: Lab: Analyze and Store Logs

Module 12: Managing Networking

Lesson 01: Describe Networking Concepts
Lesson 02: Validate Network Configuration
Lesson 03: Configure Networking from the Command Line
Lesson 04: Edit Network Configuration Files
Lesson 05: Configure Hostnames and Name Resolution
Lesson 06: Lab: Manage Networking

Module 13: Archiving and Transferring Files

Lesson 01: Manage Compressed tar Archives
Lesson 02: Transfer Files Between Systems Securely
Lesson 03: Synchronize Files Between Systems Securely
Lesson 04: Lab: Archive and Transfer Files

Module 14: Installing and Updating Software Packages

Lesson 01: Install and Update Software Packages
Lesson 02: Register Systems for Red Hat Support
Lesson 03: Explain and Investigate RPM Software Packages
Lesson 04: Install and Update Software Packages with DNF
Lesson 05: Enable DNF Software Repositories
Lesson 06: Lab: Install and Update Software Packages

Module 15: Accessing Linux File System

Lesson 01: Identify File Systems and Devices
Lesson 02: Mount and Unmount File Systems
Lesson 03: Locate Files on the System
Lesson 04: Lab: Access Linux File Systems

Module 16: Analyzing Servers and Getting Support

Lesson 01: Analyze and Manage Remote Servers
Lesson 02: Get Help From Red Hat Customer Portal
Lesson 03: Detect and Resolve Issues with Red Hat Insights

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Linux Essentials Frequently Asked Questions

Is learning Linux worth it?

Yes, learning Linux in the current scenario and market is absolutely appropriate because companies are recognizing the importance and benefits of Linux OS and are switching towards it in great numbers. Because of this transition a huge employment opportunity is being created for which companies are searching for IT professionals who are Linux certified and are willing to pay a handsome annual salary to them. 

Does Linux need antivirus?

Generally, Linux does not require an antivirus because very little Linux malware exists in the wild. It is very unlikely for a Linux OS to get infected by a malware because malware authors usually do not tend to target Linux desktops as there are few average users to use them. And, also Linux cannot run Windows software natively, so Windows viruses also cannot infect Linux OS.

What are Linux Essentials?

NDG Linux Essentials is an introduction to Linux as an operating system, basic open source concepts and the basics of the Linux command line. Content developed by experts, a Linux virtual machine and step-by-step labs give you hands-on access to practice Linux command line concepts.

Is Linux Essentials exam hard?

LPI exams are tougher than the usual CompTIA ones. Linux+ is much tougher than the earlier CompTIA exams. Definitely recommend some extra resources. the course instructors can give you some extra resources – Labsim is a good one.

Which Linux certification is best?
Here we have listed the best Linux certifications for you to boost your career.
  • GCUX – GIAC Certified Unix Security Administrator. …
  • Linux+ CompTIA. …
  • LPI (Linux Professional Institute) …
  • LFCS (Linux Foundation Certified System Administrator) …
  • LFCE (Linux Foundation Certified Engineer)
How do I use Linux?
Linux Commands
  1. pwd — When you first open the terminal, you are in the home directory of your user. …
  2. ls — Use the “ls” command to know what files are in the directory you are in. …
  3. cd — Use the “cd” command to go to a directory. …
  4. mkdir & rmdir — Use the mkdir command when you need to create a folder or a directory.
What is the best way to learn Linux?
  1. Top 10 Free & Best Courses to Learn Linux Command Line in 2021. javinpaul. …
  2. Linux Command Line Basics. …
  3. Linux Tutorials and Projects (Free Udemy Course) …
  4. Bash for Programmers. …
  5. Linux Operating System Fundamentals (FREE) …
  6. Linux Administration Bootcamp: Go from Beginner to Advanced.
Do I need to learn Linux?

You don’t need to, but if you don’t learn it you really miss something. Learning Linux and terminal takes time, you will not be fluent in a few days. … On Linux there is a command line for everything. Once you know the basics, you just need one terminal and you can do everything you want in a very short period.

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