RedHat Linux

Training & Certification Program

MODULE I

  • Red Hat Linux Essentials (RH033)
  •  Understand the Linux File System
  • Perform common file maintenance tasks
  •  Use and Customise the GNOME Interface
  •  Use essential Linux commands from the command line
  •  Perform Common Task using GNOME GUI
  •  Open, Edit and save Text Documents using the VI editor
  •  File Access Permissions
  • Launch applications from command line and
  • GNOME Interface
  •  Printing Commands and Utilities
  • Customise X windows System
  •  Regular Expression pattern matching and I/O redirection
  • Copy files to and from a floppy diskette
  •  Install, Update, Delete and Query Packages on your system
  • Network Power Utilities

MODULE II

  • Red Hat Linux System Administration (RH133)
  • Install Red Hat Enterprise Linux Interactively and with Kick Start
  • Control common system hardware
  •  Create & maintain the Linux file system
  •  Configure an NFS client and Autofs
  • Understand System and Service Initialization
  • Perform user and Group Administration
  • Integrate with an existing network running
  • common Network services
  • Configure a Workstation as a Client to NIS, DNS and DHCP Services
  • Administer the Linux Printing Subsystem
  • Automate Task with Cron and Anacron
  •  Maintain and Interpret System Logs
  • Backup file systems to Tape and Tar Archive
  •  Install, Update, Query and remove software
  • Packages with RPM
  •  Update the Linux Kernel from RPM
  • Configure the X Window System and the GNOME
  • Desktop Environment
  •  Perform Basic Performance, Memory and Process
  • Management
  • Perform Basic Troubleshooting

MODULE III

  • Red Hat Linux Network & Security (RH253)
  •  Network Services on Red Hat
  •  Enterprise Linux Server-side Setup, Configuration and Basic
  •  Administration of Common Networking Services
  •  Security Administration using Red Hat Enterprise
  • Linux
  •  Developing A Security Policy
  •  Local Security
  •  Files & File system Security
  • Password and Kernel Security
  • Basic Elements of A Firewall
  •  Red Hat Enterprise Linux based Security System
  • Responding to break-in Attempt
  • Security sources and Methods
  •  Overview of OSS Security Tools
  • Shell Scripting