Linux Administration Training

Linux Administration

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GoLogica offers Linux online training and it refers to any Unix-like computer operating system which uses the Linux kernel. It is one of the most prominent examples of open source development and free software as well as user generated software; its underlying source code is available for anyone to use, modify, and redistribute freely.

GoLogica offers Linux online training and it refers to any Unix-like computer operating system which uses the Linux kernel. It is one of the most prominent examples of open source development and free software as well as user generated software; its underlying source code is available for anyone to use, modify, and redistribute freely.

What should you learn in Linux Administration training?

  • Introduction to Linux and installation
  • Automation of jobs, Disk partitions
  • Mounting file system
  • Backup and recovery
  • NFS and Auto FS basics
  • DHCP,NIS,DNS,Mail and Web
  • Troubleshooting the Linux System
  • Package Management
  • Advance file permissions
  • Virtualization

Who should take Linux Administration training?

  • Senior system
  • Network Engineer
  • Software developers
  • IT professionals
  • Linux developers and administrators
  • Experienced trainers in Testing and Debugging



There are no prerequisites for taking this training course.

Why should we go for Linux Administration training?

Linux is one of the most important pieces of software code in existence today that is powering some of the biggest companies on earth. Since it is open source it is always updated, secure and can be configured as per the individual needs of the organization. This training in Linux advanced features trains you to take on increasingly important roles in the corporate world.

Salary as per Market

A Linux System Administrator earns an average salary of Rs 353,359 PA.

Introduction to Linux and UNIX

History of UNIX & LINUX
Basic Concepts of Operating Systems, Kernel, shell and file system structure

Installation of Linux

Different types of Installation Methods

Linux System Structure

Basic concepts of Linux
Differences between Red Hat Enterprise Linux & Cent OS
Basic bash commands of Linux
Editors [GUI & CLI]

Boot Process of Linux

What is booting and boot process of Linux?
Init Process or Runlevels

Software Package Administration

Description of a Repository
Difference between RPM and YUM
Configuration of YUM server
Installing and deleting software packages
Querying and updating software packages

User and Group Administration

Types of Users in Linux
Creating and deleting Users and Groups
Modifying Users profile
Adding Users into the Groups
Important system files related to User & Group administration

Advanced File Permissions

Importance of Permissions
Types of Permissions
User level Permissions
Group level Permissions
Setting Access Level Permissions on Users & Groups

Disk Partitioning and Mounting File System

Definition of Partition
Types of Partitions
Difference between ext2, ext3 and ext4 file systems
Creating partitions using fdisk utility
Formatting partitions using mkfs to create filesystems
Mounting various filesystems temporarily and permanently

Logical Volume Management

What is LVM?
Conversion of Partition into Physical Volume
Creating volume groups and logical volumes
Mounting the logical volume filesystems
Extend and Reduce the logical volumes.
Data storage using LVM
Renaming volume groups and logical volumes
Removing physical volume, volume group and logical volume

Backup and Recovery

Introduction to various types of backup media
Backup and restoring using tar commands
Automation of Jobs


Configuring NFS server
Mounting NFS exports on clients


Basics of NIS
Configuring NIS Servers and client
Creating NIS users


Basics of Internet
Basics of DNS and BIND 9
Configuring DNS primary server


Configuring Linux as DHCP Server
Configuring various clients for DHCP Server

Web Server (Apache)

Basics of Web Service
Introduction to Apache
Configuring Apache for main site
Configuring Apache for multiple sites using IP-based, port based and name-based

FTP Server

Basics of File Transfer Protocol.
Configuring vsftpd for anonymous ftp service.

Proxy Server (SQUID)

Basics of proxy services
Configuring proxy services
Creating ACL’s for controlling access to internet

Samba Server

Basics of file sharing in Windows
Configuring Samba service for file sharing with windows systems

Mail Server Configuration

Basics of Mail Servers
Configuring SMTP service using sendmail

Log Server

Importance of logs
Configuring Syslog Messages

Network Connections

Configuring Physical IP Address
Configuring Virtual IP Address
Enabling & Disabling the Network Connections

Basics of Shell scripting

Troubleshooting Linux

Recovering the super user password.
Troubleshooting network related problems.

  1. Who are the instructors?
    Our instructors are having real time experience in IT industry and good teaching experience with relevant skill set. The course will teach with real time scenario.
  2. How long is each course?
    As per mentioned in the course outline and will finish it.
  3. What kind of time commitment is required?
    As Per given schedule we will finish it the course. If any case of delay we will take the extra sessions.
  4. I am not able to access the online course, whom do I contact for a solution?
    You could raise a request on our Help & Blog, or direct reach out to get an instant solution.
  5. Is a practice test included with my online training?
    Yes, we will provide test instance for 2 months and as per customer interest we will extend.
  6. How do I get in touch with my Instructor?
    You can touch with through phone, web conference and mail after taking the course.
  7. How do I enroll in the Course program?
    You can enroll for the program on our website and make an online payment using any of these options.
    Visa Credit or Debit card
    American Express
    Once the online payment is done, you will automatically receive a payment receipt and access information, via email.

At the end of this course, you will receive a course completion certificate which certifies that you have successfully completed GoLogica training in Linux Administration technology.

You will get certified in Linux Administration by clearing the online examination with a minimum score of 70%.

To help you prepare for a certification exam, we shall provide you a simulation exam and a practice exam.


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Duration: 40 Hrs