IBM Course Code: LX150
Learn how to transfer your generic UNIX system administration skills to the administration of Fedora and Red Hat® Enterprise Linux and/or SUSE Linux.
Fifteen labs are included to address Linux system administration tasks.
Prepare for the Linux Professional Institute (LPI) Certification.
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What You'll Learn
- Discuss the history of Linux
- Perform a network and automatic installation
- Use Linux online documentation
- Understand and manipulate Linux startup and shutdown flow
- Identify system administration tools
- Identify and use utilities to install and update software packages
- Identify and use common Linux block devices
- Describe, create, and use Linux filesystems
- Create and manage Linux users and groups
- Learn common troubleshooting methods
- Describe and use memory management utilities
- Describe and configure virtualization using Xen
Who Needs to Attend
This is an intermediate course for UNIX system administrators who implement and administer Red Hat or SUSE workstations.
- Experience as a UNIX system administrator
- Experience as a UNIX TCP/IP network administrator, including TCP/IP configuration, routing, and networking software, such as Domain Name System (DNS), Network File System (NFS), and Network Information Service (NIS)
- or equivalent experience
There are no follow-ons for this course.
1. Introduction to Linux
2. Installing Linux
3. Linux documentation
4. Startup and shutdown
5. System administration tools
6. Package management
7. X Window system
8. User administration
9. Block devices, RAID, LVM
11. Kernel configuration
12. Memory management