About This Course
You can use this course immediately to inspire your learning with Red Hat Linux and your preparation for the RedHat Certified System Administrator Exam (RHCSA)! Ask any question you have about CentOS, Red Hat Linux, or the RHCSA and get an answer quickly! Watch the promo video to see what kind of learning experience you can expect in the course!
Whether you have no experience with Red Hat Linux or any other type of Linux operating system, you can count on this course to get you started with the basics and show you what to do all the way into the advanced material. You get to see immediately why Linux is worth learning and using. Next, a basic familiarization with the graphic user interface leaves you feeling like you know your way around. Then, into the file system navigation and command lines. Finally, you experience the packet manager and are ready to dive deeper into the material!
If you are a veteran already at Red Hat Linux and want to continue your Red Hat Linux certification training, you will get the essentials for the exam delivered through three chapters explaining the key functions and highlighting what you need to know for the test. The key with passing any exam is simply effort. This course gives you another excellent resource to use along with your existing study materials to make sure you pass the RHCSA exam!
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What are the requirements?
- Download CentOS or have an existing subscription to Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
- Maintain a computer capable of running CentOS and/or Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
What am I going to get from this course?
- Learn the basics of CentOS and Red Hat Linux fast!
- Get questions answered about CentOS, Red Hat Linux, and the RHCSA.
- Find work on Upwork and other freelancing websites at $15 to $35+ per hour using the skills you learn in this course!
- Pass the RedHat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA) exam.
- Understand the basic functions of the Red Hat Linux operating system.
- Create a Red Hat virtual machine on a Windows computer.
- Dual boot Red Hat and another operating system.
- Feel comfortable in the Linux graphical user interface (GUI) .
- Know how to use the Yum packet manager and the Rpm package manager.
Who is the target audience?
- Students preparing for the RedHat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA) exam.
- Network administrators seeking knowledge about Red Hat Linux.
- Existing Red Hat Linux users considering taking the RHCSA.
- Freelancers familiar with Linux hoping to add a new skill to an Upwork or other freelancing profile.
- Linux users wanting to learn Red Hat.
- Managers supervising network administrators and wanting a greater technical understanding of work in Red Hat Linux.
- LinkedIn users hoping to make a profile headline that will attract excellent job offers.
- Network administrators hoping to land a better job using knowledge of Red Hat Linux.
What you get with this course?
Section 1: Thank you for taking this course! Find out what value you get immediately!
Lecture 1: Introduction to the course 08:00
Lecture 2: Why learn Linux. 15:00
Lecture 3: How to get your questions answered and get help with any problem! 1 page
Section 2: Installing RedHat or CentOS with minimal modifications to your current system.
Lecture 4: Downloading, installing and configuring Virtual Box on Windows 8. 12:25
Lecture 5: Create a Red Hat virtual machine part 1. 18:10
Lecture 6: Create a Red Hat virtual machine part 2. 14:35
Lecture 7: Create a Red Hat virtual machine part 3. 17:45
Section 3: Installing RedHat or CentOS with a dual boot approach on Windows 8
Lecture 8: How to dual boot Red Hat and windows 8 part 1. 18:40
Lecture 9: How to dual boot Red Hat and windows part.2 10:00
Section 4: Linux Graphical User Interface (GUI).
Lecture 10: Basic familiarization with Linux Graphical user interface part 1. 10:00
Lecture 11: Basic familiarization with Linux Graphical user interface part 2 14:00
Section 5: Linux command line.
Lecture 12: File system navigation. Commands “ls, cd, pwd” part 1. 16:30
Lecture 13: File system navigation. Commands “ls, cd, pwd” part 2. 14:10
Lecture 14: Finding files. Commands “find, locate, updatedb, man.” 19:44
Lecture 15: File and folder ownership and permissions. Commands “chown, chmod” part 1. 14:08
Lecture 16: File and folder ownership and permissions. Commands “chown, chmod” part 2. 08:46
Lecture 17: Move, delete and copy files. Commands “mv, rm, cp.” 12:58
Lecture 18: Commands “grep, pipe, echo, cat.” 19:00
Lecture 19: Yum packet manager part 1. 19:47
Lecture 20: Yum packet manager part 2. 14:30
Lecture 21: Rpm packet manager. 07:45
Lecture 23: What does the RedHat Certified System Administrator exam include? 16:32
Lecture 24: Essential tools for using Red Hat Linux and passing the exam. 10 Lectures 01:46:18
Lecture 25: Globing ( wildcards ) part 1. Getting files fast without the entire name. 11:16
Lecture 26: Globing ( wildcards ) part 2 15:15.
Lecture 27: I⁄O Redirection part 1. Input and output redirection with standard input/output. 10:45
Lecture 28: Add to dictionary part 2. Redirect standard error to standard output or command 14:00
Lecture 29: I⁄O Redirection part 3 for redirecting standard error in more depth. 08:35
Lecture 30: Vim text editor part 1. How to do text editing and use text editors. 08:36
Lecture 31: Vim text editor part 2. Making changes in the Vim text editor. 11:50
Lecture 32: Vim text editor part 3. How to search for text within a file. 07:36
Lecture 33: Vim text editor part 4. 08:18
Lecture 34: Vim text editor part 5. Combining commands together to build new files. 11:05
The Red Hat Linux file system explained and basic functions.
Lecture 35: Linux file system explained where all files are in the root directory. 18:44
Lecture 36: Hard and soft links in the Linux file system. 08:08
Lecture 37: Backups, recovery, and compression in Linux part 1. Introduction and use. 18:49
Lecture 38: Backups part 2. How to uncompressed files and restore backed up files. 09:18
Lecture 39: Backups, recovery, and compression part 3. More about tar. 11:07
Lecture 40: Automating tasks with corn part 1. Meet the corn tab and schedule tasks. 07:00
Lecture 41: Automating tasks with corn part 2. Creating a corn job and bash script. 18:10
Lecture 43: Automating tasks with corn part 4. More about corn tabs. 10:05
User and groups management
Lecture 44: User properties and where are they stored on the system. 12:33
Lecture 45: Creating a user. 18:13
Lecture 46: Creating groups and assigning users to them. 19:50
Lecture 47: Intro to network interfaces. 11:14
Lecture 48: Network manager. 18:32
Lecture 49: Network manager and network configuration part 2 + some troubleshooting tools. 19:53
Establishing secure connections via SSH.