Red Hat Enterprise Linux (EL) Administration
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Red Hat Enterprise Linux (EL) Administration

Red Hat Linux administration with BASH
4.4 (137 ratings)
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Created by Vitalii Shumylo
Last updated 7/2020
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  • 7 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Working with command line
  • Running BASH commands
  • Manage users
  • Gaining Privileges
  • Much more
Requirements
  • A wish to acquire or to refresh your skills on Red Hat EL administration
  • Basic Linux knowledge
Description

This course is aimed to IT Pros or people who want to get familiar with Linux. And it's supposed to give the viewer the information they need to know to get started with Command Line and how to manage Linux with its help. The goal is to provide coverage of basic tasks including topics like Finding and Discovering Commands, Interpreting Command Help, Configure, Administer and Monitor a Red Hat Enterprise Linux (EL) Linux Server. 

The course is targeted to help to automate and script daily tasks. There are lots of live demonstrations how to use BASH commands. I hope it will help to do your job more efficiently. 

Who this course is for:
  • It's good for all who want to learn Red Hat EL administration
  • IT Specialists
  • System Administrators
  • DevOps Technicians
Course content
Expand all 69 lectures 07:03:00
+ Essential Linux Tools. Part 1
7 lectures 48:19
Changing the directories, inspecting the system, examining user's info, logins
08:33
Displaying and setting time and date. Part 1
07:30
Displaying and setting time and date. Part 2
07:23
Getting device information and using compression/archiving tools
10:07
Getting help and wildcards
04:28
Getting help (continued)
03:02
Quiz
1 question
+ Working with Files. Part 1
11 lectures 01:03:55
Path and file types
07:59
Creating files or directories and listing files or directories
10:11
Copying, moving, renaming, removing files and directories
06:06
File and directory control attributes
04:18
Finding files. Part 1
06:29
Finding files. Part 2
03:16
Finding files. Part 3
03:03
Finding files. Part 4
03:46
File permissions. Part 1
05:40
File permissions. Part 2
07:56
Quiz
1 question
Permissions for group collaboration
05:11
+ VIM Editor
8 lectures 35:06
VIM. Part 1
05:33
VIM. Part 2
01:41
VIM. Part 3
01:41
VIM. Part 4
08:15
VIM. Part 5
06:10
VIM. Part 6
06:16
VIM. Part 7
04:27
VIM. Part 8
01:03
+ Bash Shell. Processes and Scheduling. Essential Linux Tools. Part 2.
20 lectures 01:50:28
Searching the needed info with grep&wc
03:14
Cat and output redirection
03:00
Using pipes
01:08
Processes revealed
07:04
Processes and jobs
07:20
Exploring all running processes with top command
08:58
Understanding process states
03:46
Changing process priority with nice
04:42
Controlling processes with signals
05:16
Changing password with passwd and working withPATH
04:40
Special characters and command-line keystrokes
04:06
Chaining operators
05:51
Sed and awk
03:16
Sed and awk. Part 2
03:46
Performing exit, reboot or shutdown on the system
02:26
Using BASH history
08:17
Using aliases to create your own commands
03:12
Watching files and how they're changing live with watch command
04:21
Gaining administrative privileges with sudo command
12:16
Understanding Job Scheduling with cron and at commnds
13:49
Quiz
2 questions
+ Managing Software Packages
7 lectures 42:50
Packages overview
04:37
Managing packages with rpm command
06:17
Installing and modifying packages with rpm command
08:31
Viewing pgp keys and verifying package attributes
05:55
YUM package manager. Part 1
04:38
YUM package manager. Part 2
05:00
YUM package manager. Part 3
07:52
RPM Software Packages
2 questions
+ Networking Basics
6 lectures 47:30
Configuring hostname
05:45
IPv4 concepts and traceroute command usage
14:56
Using 'ip' command
06:04
Validating and Troubleshooting Network Configuration
07:36
Practice Lab: Examining Network Configuration
03:06
Configuring Networking with nmcli
10:03
+ PART II. Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 System Administration
10 lectures 01:14:52

REFERENCES


id(1), passwd(5), and group(5) man pages


info libc (GNU C Library Reference Manual)

• Section 30: Users and groups

(Note that the glibc-devel package must be installed for this info node to be available.)


Users: Intro, id command, /etc/passwd file
06:52

REFERENCES


su(1), sudo(8), visudo(8) and sudoers(5) man pages


info libc persona (GNU C Library Reference Manual)

• Section 30.2: The Persona of a Process

(Note that the glibc-devel package must be installed for this info node to be available.)


Users: Configuring sudo
06:26
Users: Guided Exercise Using sudo
10:44
Users: Using useradd, userdel and usermod
10:05
Users: Practice excersise with useradd, userdel and usermod
03:05
Groups: groupadd, groupdel and groupmod
06:20
Groups: adding users to groups
04:35
Users: working with passwords
12:25
Users: Practice. Working with passwords
06:01

Choose the correct answer to the following questions:

Describing User and Group Concepts
7 questions