This training is jointly organized by BITM & PONDIT. Training will be held in BITM CTG Campus
This course is for someone who needs basic training in Linux, someone who is already in IT and wants to add a new skill. It is specifically designed for those who have been really busy with their work and don't have enough time.
1 Course Overview 2 Basic Linux Administration 3 What is Linux? 4 What is Virtual Box? 5 Oracle Virtual Box Installation 6 Creating Virtual Machine 7 Linux Distributions 8 Linux Installation 9 Linux CentOS8 Installation (Optional) 10 Install Putty 11 Connect Linux VM through Putty 12 Changing Password 13 Introduction to File System and Structure 14 File System Navigation Commands 15 Directory Listing Overview 16 Creating Files and Directories 17 Pipes ( | ) 18 File Permissions 19 File Ownership Commands 20 Adding Text to Files 21 Getting Help (man, whatis, --help) 22 Advance Linux Administration 23 File Maintenance Commands (cp, rm, mv, mkdir, rmdir) 24 File Display Commands (cat, less, more, head, tail, vi) 25 Filters / Text Processing Commands (cut, sort, grep, awk, uniq, wc) 26 Finding System Information (uname, cat /etc/redhat-release, cat /etc/*rel*, dmid 27 Linux File Editor (vi) 28 User Account Management (useradd, groupadd, usermod, userdel, groupdel) 29 Switch Users and Sudo Access (su, sudo) 30 System Utility Commands (date, uptime, hostname, uname, which, cal, bc) 31 Processes and Schedules (systemctl, ps, top, kill, crontab and at) 32 OS Maintenance Commands (shutdown, reboot, halt, init) 33 System Monitoring Commands (top, df, dmesg, iostat 1, netstat, free) 34 History Command (history) 35 Enabling Internet in Linux VM 36 Network Files and Commands (ping, ifconfig, netstat, tcpdump, networking confi 37 System Updates and Repositories (rpm and yum) 38 Installation & Configuration of NGINX Web Server 39 Installation & Configuration of MySQL Database Server
Linux For Developers
Tentative Class Start
27th March, 2020
10 / 30
who can join
This course is for someone who needs basic training in Linux.