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Linux Services Organization : online training tutorials

Linux Server online tutorial

This tutorial shows how to configure the basics Linux Services on a Red Hat Enteprise Linux 6 Server (RHEL6). As CentOS/Fedora are a clones of Red Hat distribution, this tutorial will apply 100% to CentOS/Fedora Linux Server. Some background on Linux is required.

The information in this tutorial is organized in different lessons, and some questions and practical labs are presented during this tutorial. These step-by-step practical labs have been done in a RHEL6 TEST-virtual-machine so is under your responsibility the fact of performing these exercises in your own machine.

Please collaborate with us reporting any useful information about the course in our Forums. We are open to receive any kind of improvement.

Local Linux Services

Lesson 1 : Boot process
Lesson 2 : Package management
Lesson 3 : Package repository
Lesson 4 : Automated installations with Kickstart
Lesson 5 : User administration
Lesson 6 : Automating tasks
Lesson 7 : Linux Filesystem
Lesson 8 : Linux RAID
Lesson 9 : Linux LVM
Lesson 10 : Swap filesystem
Lesson 11 : Limiting the system resources
Lesson 12 : Access Control Lists (ACL)
Lesson 13 : Linux Kernel
Lesson 14 : Console Access
Lesson 15 : System Logs
Lesson 16 : Linux Networking
Lesson 17 : Linux Printing
Lesson 18 : Backup and Recovery

Network Linux Services

Lesson 19 : Linux DNS
Lesson 20 : Linux DHCP
Lesson 21 : Linux NTPD
Lesson 22 : Linux NFS
Lesson 23 : Linux FTP
Lesson 24 : Linux Samba
Lesson 25 : Apache Web server
Lesson 26 : Linux Proxy
Lesson 27 : Linux SSH
Lesson 28 : Linux MAIL
Lesson 29 : Linux Extended Internet Services Daemon (xinetd)

Linux Sercurity

Lesson 30 : Linux PAM
Lesson 31 : Linux TCP Wrappers
Lesson 32 : Linux Network Security, Firewall
Lesson 33 : Linux Services Security, SElinux
Lesson 34 : Linux System Audit
Lesson 35 : Linux IDS : Snort and Tripwire
Lesson 36 : Security scanners
Lesson 37 : Linux Monitoring with Nagios