Ubuntu Linux Server Troubleshooting
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Ubuntu Linux Server Troubleshooting

Learn to troubleshoot Ubuntu Servers like a boss! This intro to troubleshooting will have you fixing errors in no time!
4.3 (222 ratings)
Course Ratings are calculated from individual students’ ratings and a variety of other signals, like age of rating and reliability, to ensure that they reflect course quality fairly and accurately.
4,295 students enrolled
Created by Cody Ray Miller
Last updated 7/2015
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This course includes
  • 2 hours on-demand video
  • 1 article
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Troubleshoot Ubuntu Server Systems with Confidence
  • Read the Kernel Ring Buffer for Device/Driver Failures
  • Diagnose and Repair Common Networking Errors
  • Resolve Software Dependency Issues
  • Find and Fix Filesystem Errors
  • Critically Evaluate All Hardware Components for Problems
Requirements
  • Students will need access to an Ubuntu Server.
  • VirtualBox (free) can be used to simulate an Ubuntu Server environment within Windows or Mac OS X, if desired.
Description

Linux is the fastest growing operating system in the world. Get the Ubuntu Server skills you need to succeed with Ubuntu Linux Server Troubleshooting.

Things break. That's why companies hire IT professionals like YOU! Learn how to fix common errors in Ubuntu Server without even breaking a sweat. Whether the issue is hardware or software related, you'll be able to tackle it with the information and shell commands I'll teach you.

In the course I will cover:

  • The Basic Principles of Troubleshooting
  • Reading the Kernel Ring Buffer with 'dmesg'
  • Obtaining Hardware Information through the Shell
  • Repairing Networking Issues
  • Resolving Dependencies in Software Installations
  • How to Systematically Diagnose Hardware Problems

If you want to increase your IT skills, this course is a great place to start. More and more companies are utilizing Linux servers in their day-to-day operations. So, don't be left behind!

All course updates are 100% FREE. Buy this course one time and you own it for life. Not only that, but you will also gain lifetime access to me as your personal instructor. Have a question about Ubuntu Server? Just ask! You, as my student, will always be my #1 priority.

Wait, are you still reading this?! The course comes with a genuine 30 day, no hassles, money-back guarantee. So, there is absolutely nothing to risk here. Enroll today!

Who this course is for:
  • This course is designed for those who would like an introduction to Ubuntu Server troubleshooting. Basic knowledge of Ubuntu Server is required, as this is not a course which teaches students how to use the system itself.
  • Advanced system administrators are discouraged from enrolling in this course, as they should already have a proper understanding of everything taught within the course.
Course content
Expand all 30 lectures 02:09:11
+ Introduction
6 lectures 20:55
Take The First Step: Scenario 1
07:37
Scenario 2: No Internet
03:46
Scenario 3: Intermittent Loss of Power
03:02
+ Generic Troubleshooting
3 lectures 15:55
Using 'dmesg' to read the kernel ring buffer
06:39
Reading common log files
05:34
Viewing Basic Hardware Information in Ubuntu Server
03:42
+ Networking
9 lectures 34:27
Networking Basics
03:45
Releasing and Renewing a DHCP Lease
04:28
Static IP Configurations and Adapter Resets
05:31
WIreless Configurations
04:06
Calling Up the ARP (Address Resolution Protocol) Table
03:34
Using 'lshw' to View Network Adapter Information
04:22
Testing Latency, Download, and Upload Speeds with 'speedtest-cli'
03:12
+ Software Installation Errors
4 lectures 17:38
Using 'apt-get' and 'dpkg' to Fix Broken Packages
02:04
How to Completely Remove a Package (The Right Way!)
01:44
Additional Options in 'apt-get'
05:12
+ Testing Additional Hardware Components
7 lectures 37:45
Memtest86+ for Testing RAM
05:47
Using 'memtester' to Test RAM (No Reboot Required)
02:40
CPU Stress Testing with 'mprime'
05:47
Testing a PSU
03:53
Using 'fsck' to Check (and Repair!) Filesystem Errors
05:20
Checking the S.M.A.R.T. Status of HDDs in Ubuntu Server
06:52