Introduction to Linux
Designed for people who have limited or no previous exposure to Linux, this hands-on two-day course explores the various tools and techniques commonly used by programmers, system administrators and end users to achieve their day to day work in a Linux environment..
Linux is a widely-used operating system in both the server and development environments with a growing market share. This course will teach students the RedHat and CentOS Linux operating system from a basic level up to server administration. Though the course is tailored to RedHat Linux and CentOS Linux, the majority of the course content will directly relate to other Linux distributions, such as Ubuntu, and is largely directly applicable to Unix systems such as FreeBSD and Solaris.
Instructor: Farhan Khan, Deputy Information System Security Officer for the Social Security Administration; Over 12 years’ experience as a Linux API Developer and System Administrator.
Familiar with Windows or Mac OS system and basic computing concepts. Recommended students have a basic understanding of IP addresses and computer networking Audience: This class is designed for people who have little or no experience with Linux or Unix. System administrators, developers, architects, decision makers or new Linux users can all benefit from the content covered in this class.
Course Fee: $150 Pay Online at mcleanmuslims.org, click pay course fee.
Prepares for Certification Path:
Start Date: Aug-15 Timing 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Duration: 18 hours
FREQUECY: Every Saturday
Location: 1340-Old Chain Bridge road McLean, VA 22101
You will learn
1. Introduction to the Linux OS 6. User Access Control (Permissions)
2. File Structure 7. Process Management
3. Terminal Command line Environment 8. Network Configuration, including Firewall management
4. IP networking 9. Kernel Updating
5. Application installation, focusing on Apache, MySQL and PHP environment 10. X Windows System