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Complete Linux course: Become a Linux professional

Complete Linux course
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This course is presented for you to start a career as Linux System Admin with all you need to apply for a job as a professional. My name is Muhammed Turkey and I have been working with Linux since 2003, I’ve worked in so many companies as a system admin and have been given the opportunity to learn from experts and developed a lot of skills in the work field and henceforth I would present for you what you exactly need to become a successful system admin.

– Prologue
– Build Your Lab On VirtualBox
– Linux Command Line
– Users, Groups, and Permissions
– Text Editor
– String Processing and finding files
– Package Managment
– Network Configuration
– File System Managment
– Security
– Automation (Background Jobs)
– Managing Process and Monitoring Tools
– SystemD – Controlling Services and Daemons
– Introduction to Secure Shell (Bonus)
– Secure Shell Installation & Configuration (Bonus)
– Using Secure Shell For Remote Connection (Bonus)
– Copy and Transfer Files Using Secure Shell (Bonus)
– Secure Shell & Other Services (Bonus)
– Securing the Secure Shell (Bonus)

[Udemy] Complete Linux course: Become a Linux professional

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Tabel Of Content: Udemy
Duration: 14h 30m
Type: MP4
Size: 1.02 Gb

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