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Red Hat Linux Training with RHCSA / RHCE Certification

Linux System Administration 1
Essential Admin Concepts, Utilities, Installation + Commands

This is the first in the System Administration classes. Students are quickly shown the underlying concepts and designs of Linux systems. Content and labs are designed specifically for non-Linux administrators wishing to quickly become familiar with the installation, file system concepts, process management, basic scripting, print, and a host of standard administration commands and utilities, and applicable to any Linux version. The latest version of either Red Hat Enterprise Linux or Fedora Linux are used for the labs. The objective of this class is to help attendees develop significant conceptual and technical abilities related to administration of a Linux host in just a few days.

Every new Linux administrator needs to fully understand the systems, concepts and standard utilities before moving on to the System Administrator (SA) 2 course, as these are considered absolute prerequisites.

Prerequisites: Basic computer skills are required. This is an introductory class but at a university, first-year level. Some experience using any PC operating system, including Windows or Mac, is needed.

Duration: Four days (32 hours)

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Phone: (517) 483-1857
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