Linux Training


Altnix offers Training Course on Linux, VMWare and other Open Source Technologies. We have a 80 seater training center that is used for offering these trainings.

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Sadhiq Basheer

Lead instructor

Linux & Open Source

Corporate Training

Altnix has offered corporate training on different topics on Linux, Server Administration, Email Adminstration, VM Ware, Networking Technologies and Open Source Technologies. Corporate Training can be completely customized as per your requirements. We offer on-site training as well as remote training services. Please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more details

Retail Training

Altnix offers regular training classes for students who wish to make a career in Linux and other Open Source Technologies. Working professionals seeking to upgrade their skills and knowledge can also benefit by attending these courses.

Courses Offered for Retail Training:

 The following courses are offered as part of Retail Training

  • Linux Training Basic to Advanced
  • Linux Training – Advanced ++ (Specialization)

Course Syllabus

Linux Basic-Advance Course Content

INTRODUCTION
  1. Introduction To Linux
  2. Difference between windows & Linux
   
INSTALLATION
  1. Installation of Linux / Win$
  2. Building a Dual-Boot System
   
COMMANDS
  1. Listing Files and Dirs - Some basic commands
  2. Working with Files / Dirs
  3. Date and Time
  4. Processes and Daemons
  5. Linux Editors - pico, mcedit, vi
  6. VIMTUTOR
   
MORE COMMANDS

 1.  The df command - Partitions and FileSystems

  1. Diff betw partition / filesystem
  2. Min/Max partitions to install Linux
  3. min: /boot, swap, /
  4. max: /boot, /home, swap, /, /tmp, /var, /
  5. Why so many partitions ?
  6. Checking Disk Space and Usage
  7. fdisk - The Partition Table

2.  Symlinks and Hardlinks

3.  Hardware Inventory

  1. lspci and dmesg
   

ARCHIVING & PROCESS

1.  Archiving Utilities - The tar command

  1. Compression Utils - compress, gzip, zip, bzipSetuid,Setgid,Stickybit]2

2.  The ps command and process status

  1. top, nice, renice & /proc
   

FSHSTND [File System Hierarchy Standard]

  1. /bin, /usr/bin, /sbin, /usr/sbin ...
  2. Filesystem Description
   

SCRIPTING

  1. Basic Shell Programming
   

FSTAB

  1. Device Drivers - Block and Serial
  2. Label, defaults, fsck
  3. Working With Floppies, CDROMs, CDRWs, Flash
  4. mtools
  5. mount, umount
   
PERMISSIONS
  1. chmod, chown, chgrp
  2. File and Group Permissions , [ Setuid,Setgid,Stickybit ]
  3. Umask & Acl
   
THE LINUX BOOT PROCESS - PART I
  1. BOOT LOADERS - lilo AND grub
  2. Overflow of LBP-1
   
SCRIPTING
  1. Shell Programming - Part II
   
THE LINUX BOOT PROCESS - PART II      
THE LINUX BOOT PROCESS - PART III      

 

RPM

1.  Installing from rpm

  1. rebuilding rpm package

2.  Installing from source code [TARBALL]

3.  YUM

Adduser - User Admin

  1. Adding / Deleting / Modifying Users - User Admin
  2. Adding / Deleting / Modifying Groups - Group Admin

PAM - Pluggable Authentication Module

  1. TroubleShooting

KERNEL COMPILATION - Part I

  1. From RPM
  2. Tarball
  3. Shared library and kernel module management -
  4. lsmod, insmod, modprobe, rmmod, modprobe -r, kmod*

KERNEL COMPILATION - Part II

  1. Kernel Tuning & Patch Management
  2. CD-DVD writing - XCDROAST/MKISOFS/CDRECORD

LVM - Logical Volume Management

  1. Understanding LVM

CRON-ANACRON, AT

  1. The Linux Schedulers

QUOTAS

  1. Quota Management

 

NETWORKING

  1. NIC - Installing, Configuring TCP/IP and a NIC
SAMBA
  1. SAMBA-1
  2. SAMBA-2
 
  1. X - Client and Server
  2. Installing Windows Managers
  3. Remote-X
  4. VNC
  5. Virtualization [vmware]
NFS
  1. NFS [NFS Server Administration]
  2. 02 Automount
NIS
  1. NIS [NIS Server Administration]
 
  1. DHCP & SSH (ssh-tools) & TELNET , RSYNC , WGET
  2. 02 TCP Wrapper
FTP
  1. FTP [FTP Server Administration]
FIREWALL
  1. IPTABLES, Firewall , Shorewall
 
  1. Trouble Shooting (Linux file system)

Core Servers Management

  1. APACHE
  2. MAIL
  3. SQUID
  4. DNS

 

1. Advance OS Administration

  • OS Hardening/Kernel Tuning/Auditing
  • Sudoers/SUID/SGID/StickyBit
  • Kdump/Kexec
  • Ethernet Bonding
  • YUM
  • PAM   
  • Linux Trouble Shooting/Rescue Modes/Inodes/SuperBlock/File Descriptor/Group Descriptor/BitMap/DataBlock
  • Performance tuning - Top/Sar/Vmstat/Mpstat/Iostat/lsof/Pmap/pstree/Ps

2. Understanding RAID Levels

3. Server Level Storage - Lun Scanning/Multipathing/Device Mapper

4. Open LDAP

5. Clustering

  • Heartbeat
  • Haproxy
  • Glusterfs
  • DRBD 

6. Redhat Cluster Suite - Syuatem Config cluster/Conga/Cman/Cluststat/Clvmd/Qdisk/Fencing/Openaiss/GFS2

  • LVS/Piranha

7. Advance Iptables

8. MySql Administration

9. DNS

10. APACHE

11. Tomcat

12. Postfix/Zimbra

13. SVN

14. Squid Proxy

15. Pxe Network Installtion/LTSP

16. OpenVpn

17. Amanda

18. Centralized Syslog Server/Syslog-Ng

19. Nagios

OPTIONAL ++++++++

20. KVM/Xen/Rhev/Vmware ESX

21. Pupet

22. Space Walk

 

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