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CentOS and Red Hat Linux to Certified System Administrator!
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Introduction to the course (8:52)
Why learn Linux? (14:43)
Installing RedHat or CentOS with minimal modifications to your current system.
Downloading, installing and configuring VirtualBox on Windows (12:20)
Create a Red Hat virtual machine part 1 (18:05)
Create a Red Hat virtual machine part 2 (14:36)
Create a Red Hat virtual machine part 3 (17:40)
Installing RedHat or CentOS with a dual boot approach on Windows.
How to dual boot Red Hat and Windows part 1 (18:42)
How to dual boot Red Hat and Windows part 2 (8:15)
Linux Graphical User Interface (GUI).
Basic familiarization with Linux Graphical user interface part 1 (10:04)
Basic familiarization with Linux Graphical user interface part 2 (13:33)
Linux command line.
File system navigation commands ls, cd, pwd part 1 (16:13)
File system navigation commands ls, cd, pwd part 2 (14:08)
Finding files commands find, locate, updatedb, man (19:45)
File and folder ownership and permissions commands chown, chmod part 1 (13:57)
File and folder ownership and permissions commands chown, chmod part 2 (8:47)
Move, delete and copy files commands mv, rm, cp (12:57)
Commands grep, pipe, echo, cat (18:55)
Yum packet manager part 1 (19:47)
Yum packet manager part 2 (14:25)
Rpm packet manager (7:40)
RedHat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA) exam preparation.
What does the RedHat Certified System Administrator exam include? (16:31)
Essential tools for using Red Hat Linux and passing the exam.
Globbing (wildcards) part 1 - getting files fast without the entire name (11:15)
Globbing (wildcards) part 2 (15:12)
I/O Redirection part 1 - input and output redirection with standard input/output (10:45)
I/O Redirection part 2 - redirect standard error to standard output or command (13:12)
I/O Redirection part 3 - for redirecting standard error in more depth (8:29)
Vim text editor part 1 - how to do text editing and use text editors (8:32)
Vim text editor part 2 - making changes in the Vim text editor (11:46)
Vim text editor part 3 - how to search for text within a file (7:35)
Vim text editor part 4 (8:15)
Vim text editor part 5 - combining commands together to build new files (11:01)
The Red Hat Linux file system explained and basic functions.
Linux file system explained where all files are in the root directory (18:40)
Hard and soft links in the Linux file system (8:06)
Backups, recovery, and compression in Linux part 1 introduction and use (18:45)
Backups part 2 - how to uncompress files and restore backed up files (9:18)
Backups, recovery, and compression part 3 - more about tar (11:04)
Automating tasks with cron part 1 - meet the crontab and schedule tasks (6:58)
Automating tasks with cron part 2 - creating a cron job and bash script (18:04)
Automating tasks with cron part 3 - commenting out a line and making notes (13:53)
Automating tasks with cron part 4 - more about crontabs (9:59)
User and groups management.
User properties and where are they stored on the system (12:32)
Creating a user (18:10)
Creating groups and assigning users to them (19:48)
Intro to network interfaces (11:12)
Network manager (18:30)
Network manager and network configuration part 2 + some troubleshooting tools (19:50)
Establishing secure connections via SSH.
Installing and configuring SSH server part 1 (20:04)
Installing and configuring SSH server part 2 (14:47)
SSH passwordless login and SCP (secure copying of files between hosts) (16:33)
Partitioning and file systems (9:14)
Partitioning a new disk (16:33)
Formatting a partition using xfs file system (7:29)
Mounting the partitions (20:20)
Managing LVM Logical Volumes.
Linux Volume Management (LVM) part 1 (12:04)
Linux Volume Management (LVM) part 2 (16:24)
Linux Volume Management (LVM) part 3 (12:30)
Linux Volume Management (LVM) part 4 (7:45)
Linux Volume Management (LVM) part 5 (8:30)
Encrypted file systems.
LUKS part 1 (13:55)
LUKS part 2 (16:36)
Backups, recovery, and compression in Linux part 1 introduction and use
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