Learning Linux System Administration

Learning Linux System Administration
Learning Linux System Administration

English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 3h 50m | 917 MB
eLearning | Skill level: All Levels


In this Learning Linux System Administration training course, expert author Jim Strickland will teach you how to install, configure, and manage a Linux system. This course is designed for absolute beginners, meaning no Linux experience is required.

You will start by learning about the terminal environment, covering files and file manipulation, regular expressions, and pipes and redirects. From there, Jim will teach you about kernel services, such as processes and daemons, virtual memory, and file system security. Finally, this video tutorial also covers account anatomy, mechanics, and strategies for recovering from various failure modes.

Once you have completed this computer based training course, you will have gained the knowledge needed to take control of your Linux machine. Working files are included, allowing you to follow along with the author throughout the lessons.

+ Table of Contents

01 What Is System Administration
02 About The Author
03 What To Expect From These Videos
04 A Brief History Lesson
05 Terminal Emulators And Bash
06 Linux Directory Tree Navigation – Part 1
07 Linux Directory Tree Navigation – Part 2
08 Linux Directory Tree Navigation – Part 3
09 Files And File Manipulation – Part 1
10 Files And File Manipulation – Part 2
11 Files And File Manipulation – Part 3
12 Pipes And Redirects
13 Regular Expressions – Part 1
14 Regular Expressions – Part 2
15 Grep And Sed – Part 1
16 Grep And Sed – Part 2
17 Grep And Sed – Part 3
18 Grep And Sed – Part 4
19 Whereis And Paths
20 Power Boost Unlocked – Sudo And Su
21 Reading The Fine Manual
22 The Directory Tree Is A Lie – Part 1
23 The Directory Tree Is A Lie – Part 2
24 Partitions And Partition Tables – Part 1
25 Partitions And Partition Tables – Part 2
26 Partitions And Partition Tables – Part 3
27 Logical Volume Management – Part 1
28 Logical Volume Management – Part 2
29 Logical Volume Management – Part 3
30 Holding It All Together – FSTAB – Part 1
31 Holding It All Together – FSTAB – Part 2
32 Holding It All Together – FSTAB – Part 3
33 Linux Kernel Introduction
34 Processes and Daemons – part 1
35 Processes and Daemons – part 2
36 Processes and Daemons – part 3
37 Virtual Memory – Part 1
38 Virtual Memory – Part 2
39 Virtual Memory – Part 3
40 File Security – Part 1
41 File Security – Part 2
42 File Security – Part 3
43 File Security – Part 4
44 Account Anatomy
45 Root – One Name For Many Things
46 Boot Cycle – When It Works Right
47 Dmesg And Logfiles
48 System Will Not Boot
49 System Hangs
50 GUI Will Not Start
51 File System Corruption
52 Reinstallation
53 Shutdown
54 Wrap Up