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Linux training in Lucknow - Top institutes with Course Fees

List of 32+ Linux training institutes located near to you in Lucknow on October 17, 2019. Get access to training curriculum, course fees, contact phone numbers and students reviews.

 

Faizabad Road, Lucknow
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Shellbytes Cyber Security pvt ltd. classes are Linux, Linux Basics, Oracle Enterprise Linux 6, RHCA - Red Hat Certified Architect course fees.
 
Indira Nagar Colony, Lucknow

 

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IICL (NCVT Govt of India) at Indira Nagar Colony -  photo_19848 IICL (NCVT Govt of India) at Indira Nagar Colony -  photo_19847 

IICL (NCVT Govt of India) classes are Linux, RHCA - Red Hat Certified Architect, Perl Scripting, Linux Administration course fees.
 
Kakori, Lucknow
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Synergy Institute Of Excellence classes are Linux, UNIX Shell Scripting, Nagios administration, Oracle Enterprise Linux 6 course fees.
 
Niralanagar, Lucknow
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A2Z Solutions classes are Linux, Oracle Enterprise Linux 6, Unix, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 course fees.
 
Mohibulapur, Lucknow
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Jetking-Aliganj classes are Linux, Oracle Enterprise Linux 6, RedHat linux, Nagios administration course fees.
 
Hazratganj, Lucknow

 

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LogicPro Infosystems at Hazratganj - 	center entrance photo_13919 LogicPro Infosystems at Hazratganj - 	center entrance photo_13918 
Address: 1st floor, B-Block,Rohit Bhawan 4,Sapru Marg Hazratganj Lucknow-226001

LogicPro Infosystems classes are Linux, Nagios administration, Linux Cluster, UNIX Shell Scripting course fees.
 
Lucknow City, Lucknow
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KRISHNA INSTITUTE OF PROFESSIONAL STUDIES classes are Linux, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6, Linux Basics, RHCA - Red Hat Certified Architect course fees.
 
Gomati Nagar, Lucknow
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Address: CP/6, 3rd Floor Vikrant Khand, Gomti Nagar, Lucknow-226010

ETL LABS PVT LTD classes are Linux, Suse Linux, Unix, RHCA - Red Hat Certified Architect course fees.
 
Gomati Nagar, Lucknow
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Life Infotech IT Solution classes are Linux, Linux Administration, RedHat linux, Perl Scripting course fees.
 
Indira Nagar, Lucknow
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Address: s-50 2nd floor, neelgiri complax, faizabad road indira nagar Lucknow-226016

Live IT Solution classes are Linux, RedHat linux, Oracle Enterprise Linux 6, Linux Basics course fees.
 
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Linux Placement training, Course fees, Trainer Profile

KYGNETEC Services & Solutions institute located at indira-nagar in lucknow offers

45 Day(s) of Linux training course in Lucknow with Basic Placement Support


Our trainer have more than 5+ Years of experience in Unix Has worked on real time Unix based projects in MNC. Trained 120+ Students so far. Strong Theoretical & Practical Knowledge on Unix and Shel

 

Course content & topics of Linux Training in lucknow

Linux course content and key topics covered in lucknow may vary from one training institute to another training provider . However our Linux course training experts lucknow has identifed the list of topics which helps job oriented course training and most of the course content are focused on Linux placement training course training. The Linux course syllabus covers basic to advanced level course contents which is used by most of Linux training classes in lucknow.

 

I.System Administration Overview
1.UNIX, Linux and Open Source
2.Duties of the System Administrator
3.Superusers and the Root Login
4.Sharing Superuser Privileges with Others (su and sudo Commands)
5.TCP/IP Networking Fundamentals
6.Online Help

II.Installation and Configuration
1.Planning: Hardware and Software Considerations
2.Site Planning
3.Installation Methods and Types
4.Installation Classes
5.Partitions
6.Logical Volume Manager - LVM
7.File System Overview
8.Swap Partition Considerations
9.Other Partition Considerations
10.The Linux Boot Loader: grub
11.Software Package Selection
12.Adding and Configuring Peripherals
13.Printers
14.Graphics Controllers
15.Basic Networking Configuration
16.Booting to Recovery Mode

III.Booting and Shutting Down Linux
1.Boot Sequence
2.The systemd Daemon
3.The systemctl Command
4.Targets vs. Run Levels
5.Modifying a Target
6.Service Unit Scripts
7.Changing System States
8.Booting into Rescue Mode
9.Shutdown Commands

IV.Managing Users and Groups
1.Setting Policies
2.User File Management
3.The /etc/passwd file
4.The /etc/shadow file
5.The /etc/group file
6.The /etc/gshadow file
7.Adding Users
8.Modifying User Accounts
9.Deleting User Accounts
10.Working with Groups
11.Setting User Environments
12.Login Configuration Files

V.Managing Software and Devices
1.Identifying Software Packages
2.Using rpm to Manage Software
3.Using yum to Manage Software
4.Installing and Removing Software
5.Identifying Devices
6.Displaying Device and System Information (PCI, USB)
7.Plug and Play Devices
8.Device Configuration Tools

VI.The Linux File System
1.Filesystem Types
2.Conventional Directory Structure
3.Mounting a File System
4.The /etc/fstab File
5.Special Files (Device Files)
6.Inodes
7.Hard File Links
8.Soft File Links
9.Creating New File Systems with mkfs
10.The lost+found Directory
11.Repairing File Systems with fsck
12.The Journaling Attribute
13.File and Disk Management Tools

VII.Linux File Security
1.File Permissions
2.Directory Permissions
3.Octal Representation
4.Changing Permissions
5.Setting Default Permissions
6.Access Control Lists (ACLs)
7.The getfacl and setfacl commands
8.SUID Bit
9.SGID Bit
10.The Sticky Bit

VIII.Working with the Linux Kernel
1.Linux Kernel Components
2.Types of Kernels
3.Kernel Configuration Options
4.Recompiling the Kernel

IX.System Backups
1.Backup Concepts and Strategies
2.User Backups with the tar Command
3.System Backup Options
4.The xfsdump and xfsrestore Commands

X.Basic Networking
1.Networking Services Overview
2.NetworkManager Introduction
3.Network Configuration Files Locations and Formats
4.Enabling and Restarting Network Services with systemtcl
5.Configuring Basic Networking Manually
6.Configuring Basic Networking with NetworkManager

XI.Introduction to System Security
1.Security Overview
2.Maintaining System Security
3.Server Access
4.Physical Security
5.Network Security
6.Security Tools
7.Port Probing with nmap
8.Intrusion Detection and Prevention
9.PAM Security Modules
10.Scanning the System
11.Maintaining File Integrity
12.Using Firewalls
13.Introduction to firewalld

XII.Networked File Systems (NFS)
1.Using NFS to Access Remote File Systems
2.Configuring the NFS Server
3.Configuring the NFS Client
4.Exporting File Systems from the NFS Server to the NFS Client

XIII.Controlling Processes
1.Characteristics of Processes
2.Parent-Child Relationship
3.Examining Running Processes
4.Background Processes
5.Controlling Processes
6.Signaling Processes
7.Killing Processes
8.Automating Processes
9.cron and crontab
10.at and batch
11.System Processes (Daemons)

XIV.Shell Scripting Overview
1.Shell Script Fundamentals
2.Bash Shell Syntax Overview
3.Shell Script Examples

XV.Troubleshooting the System
1.Common Problems and Symptoms
2.Troubleshooting Steps
3.Repairing General Boot Problems
4.Repairing the GRUB 2 Boot Loader
5.Hard Drive Problems
6.Restoring Shared Libraries
7.System Logs and rsyslogd

XVI.LAMP Server Basics
1.LAMP Overview
2.Configuring the Apache Web Server
3.Common Directives
4.Apache Virtual Hosting
5.Configuring an Open Source Database
a.MySQL
b.MariaDB
6.PHP Basics
7.Perl CGI Scripting

XVII.The Samba File Sharing Facility
1.Configure Samba for Linux to Linux/UNIX File Sharing
2.Configure Samba for Linux to Windows File Sharing
3.Use the smbclient Utility to Transfer Files
4.Mount/Connect Samba Shares to Linux and Windows Clients

 

 

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