LPI 101. An introduction to Linux administrationLPI-101

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LPI 101. An introduction to Linux administration

Categories: Linux (LPI), Linux administration

The basics of using Linux as an administrator and the fundamental tools an administrator needs : console, commands, text editors, system architecture, permissions, system setup, configuration.
LPIC-1
Training is authorized by Linux Professional Institute

This training is a first part of our LPIC-1 certification path – the suggested continuation is the LPI-102 training. Learning material covered by these two training courses allows to pass the LPIC-1 exam.

To persons interested in acquiring the complete knowledge required by LPIC-1 exam from the very basics, we recommend our long course Linux Administrator. It not only covers all the material covered by LPI 101 and LPI 102 training courses – it has also a module on selected network services, and costs less than the two training courses combined.

This training is equivalent to the first four days of the Linux Administrator course.

Duration

5 days

Agenda

  1. Linux console: the basics
    • the most important commands
    • basic administration tools at a glance: mc and vim
  2. The file system – where and what to look for
  3. General principles of the system
    • users, groups and access rights (basics)
    • processes
    • boot procedure
    • how system components are connected:
      • pseudo-files
      • network ports
      • configuration files and logs
      • signals
      • static and dynamic links
    • names, functions and characteristics of each part of the system
    • how to setup the system (configuration via GUI, text and scripts)
  4. Working in the shell:
    • shell scripts
    • core-utils
    • sed
  5. Regular Expressions
  6. Vim
  7. The boot process
    • differences between the distributions
    • lilo and grub
    • kernel parameters
    • init and inittab, upstart
    • startup scripts
    • launch services
  8. Controlled installation
    • installing the example distribution in expert mode
    • nuances: authentication, partitioning
  9. Software installation
    • configure, make, make install
    • rpm and deb
    • apt and yum
  10. Processes
    • outline of the operating systems theory
    • system monitoring
    • signals
    • loading libraries, tracking execution
  11. Operating System vs Hardware:
    • device files, logging
    • lspci, lsusb, hotplug
    • udev
  12. Administrator’s view on system architecture
    • kernel, modules, libraries
    • providing context for the rest of the course
  13. Administrator’s view on the filesystem
    • where to find binaries, libraries, configuration files, logs, data, documentation etc.
    • /proc file system
  14. The file system
    • file types
    • permissions (suid etc.)
    • creating a file system (mkfs. *, mkisofs)
    • mount – practical aspects: fat and other file systems, -o loop, choosing a file system

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Audience and prerequisites

From participants we do not require any experience with Linux, but only general familiar with Windows (efficient system management, common programs and the Internet).

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Course participants receive completion certificates signed by ALX.

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