[Infinite Skills] Study Guide for LPIC-2 Exams 201 and 202 [2016, ENG]

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[Infinite Skills] Study Guide for LPIC-2 Exams 201 and 202 [2016, ENG]

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Study Guide for LPIC-2 Exams 201 and 202

Год выпуска: 2016
Производитель: Infinite Skills
Сайт производителя: www.infiniteskills.com
Продолжительность: 11:19:10
Тип раздаваемого материала: Видеоурок
Язык: Английский

Описание: пользователи Linux питания, которые хотят стать системным администраторам Linux, младший уровень Linux администраторы стремятся узнать больше о своей профессии, и особенно те люди, изучающие сдать сертификационные экзамены LPIC-2 по достоинству оценят этот всеобъемлющий обзор системного администрирования Linux.
Linux power users who want to become Linux system administrators, junior level Linux administrators seeking to learn more about their trade, and especially those individuals studying to pass the LPIC-2 Certification exams will appreciate this comprehensive overview of Linux systems administration.

Linux master John Meister draws from his twenty-five years of real world experience - working scripts and configuration files, and including, as he puts it: "some of the dumb things I've done" - to provide a detailed examination of the day-to-day tasks and decision-making performed by senior level Linux system administrators.

* Learn to install, analyze, configure, troubleshoot, modify, deploy, and support Linux systems

* Understand the file system, processes, and toolsets used in Linux system administration

* Understand the Linux philosophy and how it affects commands and tools

* Master the command line vi editor, BASH scripting, and five essential Linux commands

* Become versed in Linux networking, file sharing, and security practices

* Explore all the topics covered in the LPIC-2 certification exams

* Learn to administer SUSE, RedHat/Centos, Mint, Ubuntu, Debian, and other popular distributions

John Meister is a systems design and integration specialist who has worked with Linux since it was introduced in 1991. He's been a Linux systems administrator for seven Fortune 100 companies, a specialist in cryptography repair for the U.S. Army, and an IT instructor for institutions such as the US Army Signal School, City University of Seattle, Central Texas College Overseas, Georgia Military College, and Boeing Computer Services. He holds a Master of Science in Technical Management (MSTM) from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University.
01. Introduction
Introduction To The Art Of Linux System Administration
About John Meister
02. The Art Of Linux System Administration
The Power Of The Linux Philosophy
SA Overview: What Is An SA?
Developing The Art Of SA: First Master Vi
The Linux System Lifecycle
Sysadmin Basics: Command Line Only
The Vi Editor
Bashrc History
Script, GREP, And Regexp
SSH Client Setup
Scripting Tools
Power Documentation
Save The Data
LPIC Certification Overview
03. Linux Filesystems
0301 File System Technical Overview
0302 File Partitions
0303 File System Tool Overview
0304 Swap File Tools Overview
0305 File System Mounting Overview
0306 LVM Commands Overview
0307 LVM Detailed Example
0308 NFS Files And Tools
0309 The Most Common RAID Types
0310 Create And Manage A RAID Using Commands
0311 File System Tuning Commands
0312 File System Repair And Replicate Commands
0313 Use DD To Clone Drive
0314 Optical Drives And Automounting
0315 The Sysadmin Spreadsheet Tool
04. Linux Kernel And Bootloaders
0401 Kernel vmlinuz And Boot Files
0402 GRUB Files For Booting
0403 GRUB2 Files For Booting
0404 Alternate Bootloaders
0405 GRUB, mkconfig, And mkinitrd Commands
0406 Dual-Boot With Microsoft First, Then Linux
0407 Kernel Compilation And Module Tools
0408 Boot Processes, Run Levels, And inittab
0409 Compare Init And systemd
0410 Init Overview And Scripts
0411 Init Processes And GRUB Tools
0412 systemd Overview And Scripts
0413 Analyze Resource Usage
0414 Using Dracut To Manage Kernel initramfs And Modules
0415 Using GParted To View And Edit Kernel And Boot Files
0416 Archiving Files With Tools
0417 Package Management Distribution Tools
0418 Install Programs From Source, tar, Or RPM
05. Linux Networking And Naming Services - Client Side
0501 Networking Essentials
0502 Networking Configuration Files
0503 Change Host Name, IP, And Route
0504 Advanced Networking Tools
0505 DHCP Configuration
0506 Remote Access Via SSH And TCP Tools
06. Securing Linux - Client Side
0601 Passwords, Shadow File, And sudo
0602 SSH Configuration And Setup
0603 Firewalls, IPTables, NAT, And Tunnels
0604 Security Baseline Using Checksums
0605 Using Advanced Network Tools And Log Files
0606 Block Attacks And Spammers Using Tools
07. Sharing Files And Services
0701 NFS Setup And Use
0702 NFS And NIS Clients
0703 Setup SAMBA And Join A Domain
0704 System E-Mail Setup
0705 Client E-Mail Setup
0706 Apache SSL Setup
0707 Using SSH Tools
0708 Web Tools For Managing Systems
08. System Administration - Users
0801 Using History, Script, And Other Power Tools
0802 Examining Real World Command Use
0803 Shell Scripting For Fun And Profit
0804 Using SSH And Loops In Scripts
0805 Manually Add A User To The System
0806 Adding Users With Tools
0807 Network Troubleshooting
0808 Script To Create System Info Spreadsheet
0809 crontab, Scripts, SSH And Email
0810 Supporting Users With Custom Tools
0811 Archive Users And Securing Their Files
0812 Interoperability Guidelines Across Systems
09. Enterprise Linux System Administration
0901 Configuring DNS
0902 Configuring DNS Zones
0903 Configuring NFS
0904 Securing FTP Servers
0905 Using SSH, SCP, Rsync And Tunnels
0906 Configure Sendmail
0907 Configure Postfix
0908 Apache Server Configuration
0909 Apache Virtual Server Configuration
0910 NGINX Setup
0911 NGINX Reverse Proxy
0912 Configure NGINX Proxy Server
0913 Configure Squid
0914 Security Tools: Nmap, IPTables
10. Enterprise Interoperability And Services
1001 DHCP Files And Processes
1002 LDAP Client Usage
1003 LDAP Server Setup
1004 Using SAMBA
1005 Using VPN
1006 PAM Authentication
1007 Router Configuration
11. Conclusion
1101 Conclusion
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