Learning Linux 5 for System Administration

Learning Linux 5 for System Administration

Set up and configure a Linux server with administrative skills

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Created By: Paul Olushile
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About This Course

Do you wish to become confident and master commands and operations in the Latest Linux version? This course is a one-stop guide covering everything you need to know to become an efficient Linux systems administrator.

With this course, you'll explore the new features of Linux 5 while administering your Linux machine. You'll master the installation and administration of a Linux machine, whether a workstation or a Linux server. You'll gain command-line knowledge of how to set up services with the Linux terminal, install and work on a Linux server, perform user permission management by invoking commands arguments, write a shell program like an administrator, and work remotely with SSH (secure shell) and putty; finally you’ll manage Linux services using systemctl and journalctl.

By the end of the course, you will have gained practical knowledge of Linux that will serve as a foundation for getting hands-on with Linux workstation and server administration.

Other Information

  • Certificate will provided in this course on Completion
  • Full lifetime access
  • Available on Mobile & Laptop

What Students Will Learn In Your Course?

  • Take control and master the administration of a Linux machine, whether a workstation or a Linux server
  • Deploy services—such as a web server—on a Linux machine
  • Create the desired system by installing and removing software
  • Maintain a Linux server by reading its logs/installations and working with a web server, and monitor its resources
  • Secure a system by setting the correct file permissions, removing inactive users, creating new users, and changing user passwords
  • Perform Linux administrative shell scripting
  • Create a program for working on a shell scripting project
  • Schedule administration tasks with SSH, so that you can also perform them remotely. Make the Linux system work for you!

Are There Any Course Requirements Or Prerequisites?

Basic knowledge of Linux will be an added advantage but isn't mandatory

Who Are Your Target Students?

This course is for system administrators who want to build a career as a Linux system administrator by learning all about the command-line interface.

Course Content

  • 39 lectures
  • 01:37:28
  • The Course Overview
    00:02:45
  • Oracle Download and Installations
    00:01:43
  • Downloading Linux Distro
    00:01:34
  • Installing Linux
    00:02:58
  • Updating and Upgrading Linux
    00:01:03
  • Introduction to the Linux Shell
    00:03:05
  • Installing Vim and nano
    00:05:12
  • Master Command Line Basics
    00:03:23
  • Copying and Moving Files
    00:03:40
  • Working with Files
    00:02:55
  • Working with File Compression (.tar, tar.gz, zip)
    00:01:33
  • Working with Root Permissions
    00:01:29
  • Downloading a Linux Server
    00:01:52
  • Preparing Installation Media on Oracle
    00:01:09
  • Installing Linux Server
    00:02:11
  • System Administration (Apache Web Server)
    00:00:56
  • Users and Permissions on Linux Server
    00:01:55
  • Securing Linux Server
    00:01:52
  • Time and Date Manipulations via Terminal
    00:02:21
  • User and Group Management (adduser, addgroup, passwd)
    00:03:20
  • User and Group Management (passwd, userdel, groupdel)
    00:02:04
  • File Permissions (Invoking ls Arguments)
    00:03:26
  • File Permissions (chmod, chown, chgrp)
    00:03:16
  • Exploring the Types of Shells
    00:03:43
  • Choosing the Bash Shell
    00:01:37
  • Writing First Shell Scripting ‚Äì Part One
    00:09:43
  • Writing First Shell Scripting ‚Äì Part Two
    00:07:07
  • Project
    00:02:47
  • Installing the OpenSSH Client
    00:01:26
  • Downloading and Installing PuTTY
    00:01:25
  • Setting Up SSH Public and Private Keys
    00:01:38
  • Securing Connections with PuTTY
    00:01:05
  • SSH Remote Administration with PuTTY
    00:01:03
  • Debugging SSH Connections
    00:00:55
  • Controlling Services with systemctl
    00:03:16
  • Creating and Modifying Services
    00:01:29
  • Reading Logs via journalctl
    00:02:02
  • Reading Logs in /var/log
    00:01:13
  • Editing Configuration Files
    00:01:17
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