Linux Admin Training in Bangalore

Linux Admin Training in Bangalore & Best Linux Admin Training Institutes in Bangalore

Best Linux Admin Training in Bangalore

Softgen Infotech is a leading Linux Admin Training Institute in Bangalore. We deliver a vast array of educational and training Courses with a wide variety of trainers in all sectors. We are proud to have helped thousands of students to learn new IT skills and gain rewarding new careers. Our strong team of career developers are available to provide real-time and placement oriented Linux Admin Training Courses in BTM Layout, Bangalore. 
 
We have a Team of  Linux Admin Certified trainers who are working professionals for various IT companies with more than 5 years IT Experience. Our Linux Admin Trainer have hands on real time Linux Admin project knowledge to advise students on right career paths and study programmes. Our main objective is the provision of the best Linux Admin training experience and to formulate the most relevant Linux Admin courses content. Our trainers will inject real life scenarios into the classroom, to gain knowledge and practice to significantly expand your skill sets.
 
Linux is, in simplest terms, an operating system. It is the software on a computer that enables applications and the computer operator to access the devices on the computer to perform desired functions. Linux system administration course helps you discover the tools used by system administrators in enterprise Linux environments, install new systems with a variety of Linux distributions and configure systems with new hardware and software combinations.

We provide a range of courses in the areas of  Linux Admin Fundamentals, Partitions and the Boot Process, GNU and Linux Commands, File Management, File System Maintenance, Users and Groups, Permissions, Backup and Restore, Text Streams, Administration and Documentation. We specialize and priorities in delivering the maximum amount of knowledge in the minimum amount of time.
 
Our Linux Admin Training Course is designed to suit individuals at any level. Softgen Infotech contains no hidden extras with regards to training material and use of our infrastructure and Mentoring. Our course fee is economical and tailor-made based on training requirement.
 
Our Linux Admin Training institute in Bangalore is equipped with latest and modern infrastructure and technologically advanced Lab facilities. We aim to get you into your rewarding and successful career as quickly as possible, we have trained more than thousands of students who have progressed as professionals in the IT industry.
 
We offer a variety of Linux Admin training classes so that you can choose the schedule as per your convenience. Most of our courses are delivered via regular training classes (day time classes), weekend training classes, fast track training classes and Online Training Classes. Our strong team are dedicated to deliver the best oracle training in Bangalore to achieve everyone’s career goal with guaranteed placement support.
 
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Linux Admin Training Course Duration

Duration : 30 Hours Version : latest Version
Regular : 1 Hour per day Fast Track : 2 - 3 Hours per day: 10 days
Weekdays : Monday - Friday Weekend : Saturday and Sunday
Online Training : Available Class Room Training : Available
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Linux Admin Training Course Content

Linux Admin Training Objectives 
  • Partitions and the Boot Process
  • File Management
  • GNU and Linux Commands
  • File System Maintenance
  • Users and Groups
  • Text Streams
  • Permissions
  • Administration and Documentation
  • Backup and Restore

Training Prerequesites
  • Basic knowledge on unix,know the commands of linux,
    You should be able to build Chromium on any reasonably modern Linux distribution,
    but there are a lot of distributions and we sometimes break things on one or another.


Course Outline

Partitions and the Boot Process
  • Understanding Partitions
  • Understanding fdisk
  • Creating a Primary Partition
  • Creating a Swap Partition
  • Creating an Extended Partition
  • Formatting Partitions
  • Understanding File System Organization
  • Booting Linux
  • Understanding Runlevels
  • Understanding the init Daemon
  • Understanding LILO
  • Shutting Down Linux

GNU and Linux Commands
  • Understanding Shells
  • Typing at the Command Line
  • Editing and the Command Line
  • Understanding Variables
  • Customizing Environment Variables
  • Working with the PATH Variable
  • Working with the PROMPT Variable
  • Working with the HOME Variable
  • Understanding the HISTORY File
  • Viewing the HISTORY File with fc
  • Understanding Processes
  • Listing Processes with ps and top
  • Editing Process Priority with nice
  • Managing Jobs
  • Sending Signals to Processes
 
File Management
  • Using Manual Pages
  • Changing Directories
  • Listing Directory Contents
  • Identifying File Types
  • Creating, Viewing, and Appending Files
  • Paging Through Files
  • Modifying Access and Modification Data
  • Copying Files and Directories
  • Moving Files and Directories
  • Creating Directories
  • Deleting Files and Directories
  • Understanding Regular Expressions
  • Searching File Content with grep
  • Archiving Files with tar
  • Compressing and Uncompressing Files with gzip
  • Using gzip with tar

File System Maintenance
  • Mounting Filesystems
  • Unmounting Filesystems
  • Filesystem Configuration Files
  • Using fsck
  • Checking Disk Usage
  • Disk Maintenance
  • Understanding Disk Quotas
  • Enabling Disk Quotas
  • Setting Disk Quotas
  • Verifying Disk Quotas
  • Understanding Links
  • Creating Hard Links
  • Creating Symbolic Links
  • Understanding the System File Hierarchy
  • Locating Files with find
  • Locating Files with locate
  • Locating Commands with which

Users and Groups
  • Using root
  • Understanding the /etc/passwd File
  • Managing User Passwords
  • Creating Users by Editing /etc/passwd
  • Creating Users with useradd
  • Modifying Users with usermod
  • Deleting Users
  • Special User Accounts
  • Understanding Groups
  • Creating Groups
  • Identifying Default Groups
  • Modifying and Deleting Groups
  • Understanding Systems Groups
  • Working with Shadow Passwords
  • Understanding User Startup Files

Permissions
  • Changing the Owner of a File
  • Changing the Group for a File
  • Understanding File and Directory Access
  • Understanding File Access
  • Understanding Directory Access
  • Changing Permissions with Symbols
  • Changing Permissions with Numbers
  • Special Permissions
  • Setting Default Permissions

Backup and Restore
  • Identifying Backup Requirements
  • Choosing a Backup Strategy
  • Planning a Backup
  • Choosing a Backup Type
  • Backup Storage and Retention
  • Restoring Files from Backup
  • Creating Backups with tar
  • Restoring Files with tar
  • Creating and Restoring Backups with cpio
 
Text Streams
  • Filtering Text with sed
  • Sorting Text with sort
  • Selecting Characters with cut and paste
  • Viewing Partial Files
  • Editing Text with fmt
  • Using join
  • Modifying Tabs and Line Numbers
  • Dividing Files with pr and split
  • Editing File Contents with tr
  • Counting Words
  • Understanding Input and Output
  • Redirecting Output
  • Directing Output Using Pipes
  • Using tee and xargs

Administration and Documentation
  • Scheduling Jobs with at
  • Managing Jobs scheduled with at
  • Scheduling Jobs with batch
  • Scheduling Jobs with crontab
  • Managing cron Jobs
  • Managing System Logging with syslogd
  • Configuring syslogd
  • Managing Logs
  • Rotating Logs
  • Archiving Logs
  • Using Logs for Troubleshooting
  • Documenting and Supporting Your System
  • Using Documentation
  • Managing Documentation Support