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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

Introduction to Shell

Basics of Shell

Set and Unset a variable

Displaying – using echo

Using Expr

Using Test

Getting input – using read

Header file of shell script – using Shabang (#!)

Sample Shell script program

Command Substitution

Assigning a command to a variable

Storing output to a variable

Assigning global value – using Export

Command Line Arguments

Passing input in runtime.

Using input inside a program

Conditional & Looping Statement

Using if statement

Using if –else statement

Using Nested if statement

Using ‘While’ Loop

Using ‘Until’ Loop

Using ‘For’ Loop

Using CASE

Functions

Creating a function

Calling a function in file

Calling a function in another file

Advanced Commands

SED

Replacing values in a file

STTY

TOP

Sending an email – using MAIL

HERE

Editors

NANO

PICO

GEDIT

Vi Editor

AWK

Basics of AWK

Displaying values – using awk

Using awk in Shell script

Scheduler

Scheduling a job – using ‘Crontab’

Scheduling a job – using ‘at’

Scheduling a job – using ‘nohup’

Advanced Shell Scripting

Monitoring a file

Extracting data from HTMl/XML file

Trapping Signals

Database Connectivity

Connecting MYSQL to Shell

Running SQL queries from Shell Script

Generating a report and storing in a file Shopping cart

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