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Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA 8) Boot Camp

Learn Linux and everything you need to pass RHCSA (RHEL 8) EX200 certification exam.
Instructor:
Bandar Ghalib
1,993 students enrolled
English [Auto]
Installing Linux Virtual Machines
Basic Linux Commands
Users and Group Management
Linux Networking Fundamentals
Linux Processes
Linux Security
Linux Disk Management
Software Package Management

Updated to the latest RHCSA Exam Objectives –> Containers + Bash/Shell Scripting

It is for anyone who wants to learn Linux and become a Red Hat Certified System Administrator.

** This course also contains an RHCE preparation guide **

This course fully prepares you to pass the RHCSA (RHEL 8) EX200 certification exam and become a Red Hat Certified System Administrator.

In this course, we are going to cover the objectives of RHCSA (RHEL 8) EX200. The course contents are:

  • Installing Linux Virtual Machines.
  • Linux Essentials.
  • Users and Groups Management.
  • Linux Network Configuration.
  • Linux Security.
  • Operate Running Systems.
  • Configuring and Maintaining Systems.
  • Storage Techniques.
  • Configuring File Systems.
  • Managing Containers Images.
  • Bash Shell Scripting.
  • Practice Test.

RHCSA is one of the most valuable Linux certifications in the industry and it will definitely help you to start a career in Linux.  This course is fully hands-on. It’ll help you and prepare you for the real exam. You are only one certification away from becoming a certified Linux system administrator; you are only RHCSA away!

Getting Started

1
Introduction
2
Installation of RedHat 8
3
Installation of CentOS 8
4
Minimal Installation of CentOS 8

Linux Essentials

1
The Directory Tree
2
Root Directory and Hierarchy of Users in Linux
3
Absolute and Relative Paths - Command Options and Arguments
4
pwd command and cd command
5
ls command
6
cal command, date command, uptime command
7
lscpu command and free command
8
df command and du command
9
history command, clear command, exit command
10
whatis command, type command, man command
11
last command and w command
12
hostname command and uname command
13
touch command and mkdir command
14
cp command and mv command
15
rmdir command and rm command
16
tar command
17
cat command and echo command
18
head command, tail command and sort command
19
Linux Pipes
20
diff command
21
sudo command and su command
22
find command
23
Hard Link and Soft Link
24
gedit editor and nano editor
25
vi editor and vim editor

Users and Groups Management

1
Creating Users and Deleting Users
2
Demo Creating Users and Deleting Users
3
Creating Groups and Deleting Groups
4
Demo Creating Groups and Deleting Groups
5
File Ownership and Permissions
6
Permission Levels
7
Permission Modes
8
Changing Ownership and Group Membership
9
Demo File Ownership and Permissions
10
Umask Default Permission Sets
11
Demo Umask Default Permission Sets
12
Three Special Permissions
13
Demo Three special permissions
14
Changing File Attributes
15
Demo Changing File Attributes
16
Superuser and visudo Command
17
Demo Superuser and visudo Command
18
Access Control Lists
19
ACLs Recursive and Deleting ACLs
20
Demo Access Control Lists

Linux Network Configuration

1
Adding DNS Server IP Address
2
Adding a Host with an Alias
3
nmcli command
4
nmtui command
5
Time Synchronization with NTP

Linux Security

1
SELinux Configuration
2
Apache Configuration
3
Firewalld Configuration

Operate Running Systems

1
Processes Commands
2
Processes Signals
3
scp command and ssh command
4
Switching into Different Targets on Linux

Configuring and Maintaining Systems

1
Configuring Services with Systemctl
2
Automating Tasks with Cron Jobs
3
Modifying GRUB Bootloader
4
Tuned Profile
5
Installing Package Modules
6
Configuring Repositories
7
Breaking into the System
8
Creating Temporary Files and Directories

Storage Techniques

1
Creating Standard Partitions
2
Creating SWAP
3
Creating (PVS - VGS - LVM)
4
Mounting and Unmounting (Temporarily and Permanently)
5
Adjusting and Removing (LVM - VGS - PVS)
6
Managing Layered Storage with Startis
7
Disk Compression with VDO

Configuring File Systems

1
Configuring Remote File Systems with NFS
2
Mounting on Demand with autofs

Managing Containers Images

1
Introduction to Containers
2
Running Containers Images Using Podman Command
3
Auto Starting Container Images under Systemd Service
4
Adding Persistent Storage to Containers Images

Bash Shell Scripting

1
Introduction to Bash Shell Scripting
2
Examples of Bash Shell Scripting
3
Learn Bash Quickly ebook

Practice and Sample Test

1
Practice 1
2
Practice 2

Bonus Section | RHCE | Ansible

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