Linux System Administrator Self-Study

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Linux System Administration is the process of managing and maintaining a Linux-based computer system or network. It involves a wide range of tasks, including installing, configuring, monitoring, and securing the system to ensure its optimal performance and stability. 

A Linux System Administration course can be tailored based on the level of proficiency and needs of the students. It can range from beginner to advanced levels. The course typically covers topics such as Linux history and features, user and group management, file system management, process management, system administration, networking, security, shell scripting, and backup and recovery.<




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Last Update: 28-02-2024

Course Description

A Linux System Administration course typically covers the fundamental concepts and practical skills required to manage and maintain Linux-based systems. The course curriculum may include the following topics:

Introduction to Linux

Linux Installation and Configuration

Command-line Interface

User and Group Management

File System Management

Network Configuration and Management

System Monitoring and Performance

Security and System Hardening

Backup and Recovery

Shell Scripting

The course may also include online, and practical assignments to reinforce the concepts learned. By the end of the course, students will have gained the skills and knowledge necessary to manage and maintain Linux-based systems effectively.

You can watch our LINUX SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION course videos from anywhere you want with any device such as a laptop, tablet, mobile phone, etc.!

If you don’t understand a topic in the lesson, you can easily rewind the video and watch that part again and again. WHAT ARE THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE LINUX SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION COURSE? You don’t need to know anything about Linux system administration training will teach you every topic from zero. WHAT I WILL GET FROM THIS COURSE? You will learn about Introduction to Linux, Linux installation & configuration, Command-line interface, User and Group management, file system management, network configuration & management, System monitoring & performance, security & system hardening, backup and recovery, and Shell scripting and that means you will be ready for the certification exam!

LINUX SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION certification is an excellent step to start a career in the networking industry. 

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Discover why TGM Infotech is your top choice for a Linux System Administrator course in Jodhpur. Our expert instructors bring real-world experience, ensuring you receive the best education. Our curriculum is up to date with industry standards and offers hands-on training to develop practical skills. We provide state-of-the-art lab facilities, personalized mentorship, and a supportive learning environment. With strong industry connections, you'll benefit from valuable networking opportunities and job placement assistance. Join TGM Infotech and launch your career in Linux system administration today!

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This CCNA course is for All levels of students so there is no prerequisites.

Laptop or PC for Practical with i3 Processor & 16 GB of RAM.

Course Curriculum

 Understanding Linux Concepts 

What is Linux?
Everyday use of Linux
Unix vs. Linux
Quiz, Homework, and Handouts

 Download, Install, and Configure 

What is Oracle Virtual Box?
Downloading and Installing Oracle Virtual Box
Creating virtual machine
Linux Distributions
Different ways to install Linux
Downloading and Installing Linux (CentOS)
Redhat Linux installation (Optional)
Linux Desktop (GUI)
Virtual Machine Management
Linux vs. Windows
Who Uses Linux?
Quiz, Homework, and Handouts

 System Access and File System 

Accessing Linux system
Download and install Putty
New Network Commands (ifconfig and IP)
Connect Linux VM via Putty
Important Things to Remember in Linux
Introduction to File System
File system structure description
File system navigation commands
File System Paths
Directory listing overview
Creating Files and Directories
Linux File Types
Finding Files and Directories (find, locate)
Difference between find and locate command
Changing Password
Wildcard (*, $, ^) Soft and Hard Links (ln)
How to open image file through GUI
Quiz, Homework, and Handouts

 Linux Fundamentals 

Commands Syntax
File Permissions (chmod)
File Ownership (chown, chgrp)
Getting Help (man, what is, etc.)
TAB completion and up arrow keys
Adding text to the file
Standard output to a file (tee command)
Pipes ( | )
File Maintenance Commands
File Display Commands
Filters / Text Processing Commands (cut, sort, grep, awk, uniq, wc)
Compare Files (diff, cmp)
Compress and un-compress files/directories (tar, gzip, gunzip)
Truncate file size (truncate)
Combining and Splitting Files (cat and split)
Linux vs. Windows Commands
Quiz, Homework, and Handouts

 Linux System Administration 

Linux File Editors (vi text editor)
“sed” command
User account management
Switch users and Sudo access
Monitor users
Talking to users (users, wall, write)
Linux Directory Service - Account Authentication
System utility commands (date, uptime, hostname, which, cal, bc, etc.)
Processes and schedules (systemctl, ps, top, kill, crontab and at)
System Monitoring Commands (top, df, dmesg, iostat 1, netstat, free etc.)
OS Maintenance Commands (shutdown, reboot, halt, init, etc.)
System logs monitor (/var/log)
Changing System Hostname (hostnamectl)
Finding System Information (uname, cat /etc/redhat-release, cat /etc/*rel*, dmidecode)
System Architecture (arch)
Terminal control keys
Terminal Commands (clear, exit, script)
Recover root Password (single user mode)
SOS Report
Environment variables
Quiz, Homework, and Handouts

 Shell Scripting 

Linux Kernel
What is a Shell?
Types of Shells
Shell scripting
Basic Shell scripts
If-then scripts
For loop scripts
Do-while scripts
Case statement scripts
Command history

 Networking, Servers and System Updates 

Enabling Internet in Linux VM
Network Components
Network files and commands (ping, ifconfig, netstat, tcpdump, networking config files)
NIC Information (ethtool)  NIC or port bonding
Download files with URLs (wget)
curl and ping commands
File transfer commands (ftp, scp, etc.)
System updates and repositories (rpm and yum)
System Upgrade/Patch Management
Create a Local Repository from CD/DVD
Advance Package Management
Rollback Patches and Updates
SSH and Telnet
Hostname and IP Lookup (nslookup and dig)
Apache Web Server (HTTP)
Central Logger (rsyslogd)
Securing Linux Machine (OS Hardening)
OpenLDAP Installation
Tracing Network Traffic (traceroute)
Quiz, Homework, and Handouts

 Disk Management and Run Levels 

System run levels
Linux Boot Process
Message of the Day
Customize Message of the Day
Disk partition (df, fdisk, etc.)
Add Disk and Create Standard Partition
Logical Volume Management (LVM)
LVM Configuration during Installation
Add Disk and Create LVM Partition
Extend disk using LVM
Adding swap space
File System Check (fsck and xfs_repair)
System Backup (dd Command)
Network File System (NFS)
Difference Between CentOS/Redhat 5, 6 and 7
Quiz, Homework, and Handouts

 All About Resume 

Resume workshop
Cover Letter
Linux job description or duties
Exposure to other technologies
Homework and Handouts

 All About Interview 

What is IT?
IT Components
Facts about IT
Linux around us
Linux Operating System Jobs
IT Management Jobs
Post your resume and what to expect
Interview workshop
Redhat certifications
Join Linux community
200+ interview questions
Homework and handouts

Why to Enroll into this Course!

Easy to Understand Language

All the Courses provided in easy to understand language Hindi / English.

Live Doubt Sessions

Online Live Sessions are available with industry Experts.

Money Back Guarantee

If you don't Like the Training, Refund will be given as per refund Policy.

Life time Access

All the Course Videos will be available for Life time Access.


Course Completion Certificate will be provide on completion of Course.

Job Assistance

Job Assistance will be given to each of the Student under the Career Guidance.

Get Certified and Accelarate your career.

The idea is to provide online education facility for those who didn’t have the proper sources to access education. That’s how it all began. We strive to work for one thing and one thing only – to make education accessible to all, “EMPOWERING IT LEARNER”.

--- Manjit Singh,Founder - Director,TGM InfoTech Pvt. Ltd.


Career after this Course!

Linux System Administrator: A Linux system administrator with certification can expect an average salary of around INR 3.5 lakhs to INR 6 lakhs per year.

Network Administrator: A network administrator with Linux system administration certification can expect an average salary of around INR 3 lakhs to INR 6 lakhs per year.

DevOps Engineer: A DevOps engineer with Linux system administration certification can expect an average salary of around INR 5 lakhs to INR 10 lakhs per year. 

Cloud Engineer: A cloud engineer with Linux system administration certification can expect an average salary of around INR 6 lakhs to INR 12 lakhs per year.

Frequently Asked Questions

Linux is an open-source operating system(OS) that directly manages a system hardware and resources, like CPU ,memory, and storage.

Linux is one of the most popular operating systems in the world. Thanks to its extensibility and nature as an open-source, it has led to the creation of many Linux-based distributions that have strong features.

Linux skills were the second most in demand, preceded only by cloud skills.

A Linux system administrator should have a bachelors degree in computer science, information technology, information science, telecommunications or any other related field. The candidate should have significant work experience in Linux.

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