Linux Training in Chennai

Red Hat Linux Training in Chennai

Linux TrainingLinux servers prominently handle the requirements of small scale and large scales business applications such as network administration, database administration and web services. Moreover, Linux virtualization facilitates a physical computer to support one or more virtual machines. The interesting fact is that Linux being a open source software is eventually replacing Microsoft Windows operating system thus overrunning the monopoly brand in the IT world. Linux is widely adopted in the academic domain especially in India that has paved way to undergo Linux training in Chennai.

RHCE Linux Training in Chennai

Linux is an open source operating system named after its developer Linus Torvalds. The distinguishing features of this operating system are – a cross platform operating system that can be installed on PCs, Desktops, Servers, Laptops, Notebooks, Smart phones, Tablets, Video game consolers making Linux compatible for gaming, and supercomputers, stability, robustness, scalability, security and flexibility. Linux acquires its original derivation from Unix. It is delivered as a packaged distribution for desktops and server use and components include kernel, libraries, and supporting tools. Some of the familiar distributions include Debian, Fedora, Ubuntu, Red Hat, Open Suse.

Why choosing SLA for Linux course in Chennai is a wise decision?

SLA has bagged the reputed icon as one of the best training institutes in Chennai for various IT courses meting the latest technology advancements. SLA has gained trust and popularity among students which is evident from the positive reviews pouring periodically over the internet. Our trainees have shared their pleasant feedback and experience so that their successors may possess the same benefits. SLA is one of the best Linux training centers in Chennai that offers coaching in Linux training.

Here are some of the highlights of SLA to decide on joining Linux certification course in Chennai:

Trained IT professionals in every IT technology sharing their knowledge to train our students is our highlighting feature. SLA is an institute started with a dedication to serve the students from middle class communities suiting their background and needs with a reasonable Linux course fees in Chennai unlike other institutes. Our institute satisfies the notion of undergoing any IT training which is 100% placement assistance. An institute that never delivers false promises. SLA never compromises on the teaching quality, strategies and methodologies and the course curriculum.

Following is a an outline of the major topics covered in Linux course:

  • Linux History and fundamentals
  • Linux package distribution
  • How to install Linux?
  • Introduction to files and directory structures in Linux
  • Using Graphical and Text editors
  • Linux commands
  • Shell scripting
  • Installing a LAMP server
  • Troubleshooting tips
  • Backup and recovery procedures
  • Handling system files
  • Learning security principles

Linux course at SLA does not confine with the topics listed above.

Should you have further queries related to Linux training in Chennai at SLA, infrastructure and facilities, please do not hesitate to reach any of our counselors to learn more.

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Linux Training Course Syllabus

Introduction to Red Hat Enterprise Linux

  • GNU
  • Linux
  • RHEL

Introduction to GNU/Linux

  • GNU Tools and Utilities
  • Linux Kernels
  • GNU/Linux Distributions

Installing Red Hat Enterprise Linux

  • Installation Options
  • Server Install
  • Workstation Install
  • CD Install
  • Kickstart Install
  • Network Install
  • Customizing the Install

Booting Red Hat Enterprise Linux

  • Firmware Phase
  • Boot Loader Phase
  • Kernel Phase
  • Kernel Boot Parameters
  • init Phase

Automating Programs

  • Run Levels
  • /etc/rc.d Files
  • Customization of Run Levels
  • cron and anacron
  • at and batch

Login Options

  • Console Logon
  • Controlling Console Login
  • Virtual Consoles
  • Serial Login
  • Remote Login
  • ssh Login

Building a Custom Linux Kernel

  • Kernel Versions
  • Kernel Source Files
  • Kernel Patch Files
  • Kernel Configuration
  • Kernel Building
  • Testing a New Kernel

The GNU/Linux Filesystem

  • Partition Types
  • Filesystem Types
  • Mounting
  • Automount
  • File Types
  • File Security

Key Filesystem Locations

  • Boot Files
  • User Files
  • Administrator Files
  • Configuration Files
  • Log Files

The /proc Pseudo Filesystem

  • Process Info
  • Kernel Config Info
  • Hardware Info
  • Changing /proc Info
  • Sysctl

BASH – Borne Again Shell

  • Key /bin Commands
  • Key /sbin Commands
  • History
  • man and info
  • vi
  • Using Shell Scripts

User Management

  • Users and Groups
  • Home Directories
  • Password Files
  • PAM
  • Quotas
  • NIS Intro

Software Management

  • tar Files
  • Patch Files
  • RPM

Hardware Management

  • Types of Devices
  • /dev Namespace
  • Modules

Network Management

  • Types of Network Devices
  • Monitoring Network Devices
  • Controlling Network Services
  • xinted
  • iptables

Network Services – Part I

  • DHCP
  • DNS
  • SSH

Network Services – Part II

  • FTP
  • NFS
  • Samba

Network Services – Part III

  • Sendmail
  • Apache
  • Squid Proxy Server

The X Window System

  • X Servers and X Clients
  • XFree86
  • X Fonts
  • GTK and KDE

The X Window System

  • X Servers and X Clients
  • XFree86
  • X Fonts
  • GTK and KDE
  • Exam Practice
  • Installation Challenges
  • Configuration Challenges
  • Troubleshooting Challenges