Complete Linux Training Course

Learn how to work Linux like a pro with this free course from udemy

What you’ll learn

By the end of this course you will be a professional Linux administrator and be able to apply for Linux jobs
You will learn almost 150+ Linux commands

You will gain advance Linux systems administration skills and have deep understanding of Linux fundamentals and concepts

You will be able to troubleshoot everyday Linux related issues
You will manage Linux servers in a corporate environment
You will write basic to advance level shell scripts
Desire to learn Linux and a computer
Linux is the number ONE operating system for the Corporate Enterprise world.

If you want to start your career in Linux and have little or no knowledge of Linux then I can help. In this course you will learn Linux installation, configuration, administration, troubleshooting, command line, OS tools and much more… I have also included Resume and Interview workshop that will definitely help you get your dream IT job.

In addition to the lectures there will be quizzes, homework and hand-out material just like a live classroom training

I have been teaching this exact course in a classroom environment in New York City. Please note 80% of my students who took this course got the job in Linux within months. Imagine those who take my course only to level up their career, how productive this training can be for them

Following is the list of topics I will cover in this course:

Module 1 – Understanding Linux Concepts

What is Linux?
Everyday use of Linux
Unix vs. Linux
Quiz, Homework and Handouts

Module 2 – Download, Install and Configure

What is Oracle Virtual Box?
Downloading and Installing Oracle Virtual Box
Creating virtual machine
Linux Distributions
Different way to install Linux
Downloading and Installing Linux (CentOS)
Redhat Linux installation (Optional)
Linux Desktop (GUI)
Virtual Machine Management
Linux vs. Windows
Who Uses Linux?
Quiz, Homework and Handouts
Module 3 – System Access and File System

Accessing Linux system
Download and install Putty
Connect Linux VM via Putty
Important Things to Remember in Linux
Introduction to File System
File system structure description
File system navigation commands
File System Paths
Directory listing overview
Creating Files and Directories
Finding Files and Directories (find, locate)
Changing Password
Wildcard (*, $, ^)
Combining and Splitting Files (cat and cut)
Soft and Hard Links (ln)
Quiz, Homework and Handouts

Module 4 – Linux Fundamentals

Commands Syntax
File Permissions (chmod)
File Ownership (chown, chgrp)
Getting Help (man, whatis etc.)
TAB completion and up arrow keys
Adding text to file
Pipes ( | )
File Maintenance Commands
File Display Commands
Filters / Text Processing Commands (cut, sort, grep, awk, uniq, wc)
Compare Files (diff, cmp)
Compress and Un-compress files/directories (tar, gzip, gunzip)
Combining and Splitting Files
Linux vs. Windows Commands
Quiz, Homework and Handouts

Module 5 – System Administration

Linux File Editors (vi text editor)
sed Command
User account management
Switch users and Sudo access
Monitor users
Talking to users (users, wall, write)
Linux Directory Service – Account Authentication
Difference between Active Directory, LDAP, IDM, WinBIND, OpenLDAP etc.
System utility commands (date, uptime, hostname, which, cal, bc etc.)
Processes and schedules (systemctl, ps, top, kill, crontab and at)
Process Management
System Monitoring Commands (top, df, dmesg, iostat 1, netstat, free etc.)
OS Maintenance Commands (shutdown, reboot, halt, init etc.)
Changing System Hostname (hostnamectl)
Finding System Information (uname, cat /etc/redhat-release, cat /etc/*rel*, dmidecode)
System Architecture (arch)
Terminal control keys
Terminal Commands (clear, exit, script)
Recover root Password (single user mode)
SOS Report
Quiz, Homework and Handouts

Module 6 – Shell Scripting

Linux Kernel
What is a Shell?
Types of Shells
Shell scripting
Basic Shell scripts
If-then scripts
For loop scripts
do-while scripts
Case statement scripts
Shell History
Command history

Module 7 – Networking, Servers and System Updates

Enabling internet in Linux VM
Network Components
Network files and commands (ping, ifconfig, netstat, tcpdump, networking config files)
NIC Information (ethtool)
NIC or Port Bonding
Downloading Files or Apps (wget)
curl and ping Commands
File Transfer Commands
System updates and repositories (rpm and yum)
System Upgrade/Patch Management
Create Local Repository from CD/DVD
Advance Package Management
SSH and Telnet
Hostname and IP Lookup (nslookup and dig)
chronyd (Newer version of NTP)
Apache Web Server (http)
Central Logger (rsyslogd)
Securing Linux Machine (OS Hardening)
OpenLDAP Installation
Quiz, Homework and Handouts

Module 8 – Disk Management and Run Levels

System run levels
Linux Boot Process
Message of the Day
Disk partition (df, fdisk, etc.)
Logical Volume Management (LVM)
LVM Configuration during Installation
Add Disk and Create Standard Partition
Add Disk and Create LVM Partition
LVM Configuration during Installation
Add Virtual Disk and Create New LVM Partition (pvcreate, vgcreate, lvcreate,)
Extend Disk using LVM
Adding Swap Space
Quiz, Homework and Handouts

Module 9 – All About Resume

Resume workshop
Cover Letter
Linux job description or duties
Exposure to Other Technologies
Homework and Handouts

Module 10 – All About Interview

IT Components
IT Job Statistics
Linus Around Us
Linux Operating System Jobs
IT Management Jobs
Post Resume and What to Expect
Interview workshop
Join Linux Community
200+ interview questions
Course Recap

Commands We Have Learned
Don’t Give up
Recap – Handouts
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— Imran Afzal

Who this course is for:
Anyone who wants to start a career in Linux
Anyone who wants to have complete Linux training to get a job in IT
Anyone who wants to advance his/her career
Anyone who wants to master the Linux command line skills
Who wants help and advise in resume and interview
Created by Imran Afzal
Last updated 4/2019

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