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Introduction To Linux and OS Installations

1. Linux Boot Process
2. Linux File System Hierarchy
3. Installation of CentOS 7
4. Installation of Various Linux Distributions including Debian, RHEL, Ubuntu, Fedora, etc
5. Installation of CentOS on VirtualBox
6. Dual Boot Installation of Windows and Linux

Essentials of Basic Linux Commands

1. List Files and Directories Using ‘ls’ Command
2. Switch Between Linux Directories and Paths with ‘cd’ Command
3. How to Use ‘dir’ Command with Different Options in Linux
4. Find Out Present Working Directory Using ‘pwd’ Command
5. Create Files using ‘touch’ Command
6. Copy Files and Directories using ‘cp’ Command
7. View File Content with ‘cat’ Command
8. Check File System Disk Space Usage with ‘df’ Command
9. Check Files and Directories Disk Usage with ‘du’ Command
10. Find Files and Directories using find Command
11. Find File Pattern Searches using grep Command

Essentials of Advance Linux Commands

1 Quirky ‘ls’ Commands Every Linux User Must Know
2. Manage Files Effectively using head, tail and cat Commands in Linux
3. Count Number of Lines, Words, Characters in File using ‘wc’ Command
4. Basic ‘sort’ Commands to Sort Files in Linux
5. Advance ‘sort’ Commands to Sort Files in Linux
6. Pydf an Alternative “df” Command to Check Disk Usage
7. Check Linux Ram Usage with ‘free’ Command
8. Advance ‘rename’ Command to Rename Files and Directories
9. Print Text/String in Terminal using ‘echo’ Command

Some More Advance Linux Commands

1. Switching From Windows to Nix – 20 Useful Commands for Newbies – Part 1,
2. 20 Advanced Commands for Middle Level Linux Users – Part 2
3. 20 Advanced Commands for Linux Experts – Part 3
4. 20 Funny Commands of Linux or Linux is Fun in Terminal – Part 1
5. 6 Interesting Funny Commands of Linux (Fun in Terminal) – Part 2
6. 51 Useful Lesser Known Commands for Linux Users
7. 10 Most Dangerous Commands – You Should Never Execute on Linux

User, Group and File Permissions Management

1.How to Add or Create New Users using ‘useradd’ Command
2. How to Modify or Change Users Attributes using ‘usermod’ Command
3. Managing Users & Groups, File Permissions & Attributes – Advance Level
4. Difference Between su and sudo – How to Configure sudo – Advance Level
5. How to Monitor User Activity with psacct or acct Tools

Linux Package Management

1.Yum Package Management – CentOS, RHEL and Fedora
2. RPM Package Management – CentOS, RHEL and Fedora
3. APT-GET and APT-CACHE Package Management – Debian, Ubuntu
4. DPKG Package Management – Debian, Ubuntu
5. Zypper Package Management – Suse and OpenSuse
6. Linux Package Management with Yum, RPM, Apt, Dpkg, Aptitude and Zypper – Advance Level
7. 27 ‘DNF’ (Fork of Yum) Commands for RPM Package Management – New Update

System Monitoring & Cron Scheduling

1.Linux Process Monitoring with top Command
2. Linux Process Management with Kill, Pkill and Killall Commands
3. Linux File Process Management with lsof Commands
4. Linux Job Scheduling with Cron
5. 20 Command Line Tools to Monitor Linux Performance – Part 1
6. 13 Linux Performance Monitoring Tools – Part 2
7. Nagios Monitoring Tool for Linux – Advance Level
8. Zabbix Monitoring Tool for Linux – Advance Level
9. Shell Script to Monitor Network, Disk Usage, Uptime, Load Average and RAM – New Update

Linux Archiving/Compression, Backup/Sync and Recovery Archiving/Compression Files

1How to Archive/Compress Linux Files and Directories using ‘tar’ Command
2. How to Open, Extract and Create RAR Files in Linux
3. 5 Tools to Archive/Compress Files in Linux
4. How to Archive/Compress Files and Setting File Attributes – Advance Level

Backup/Sync Files and Directories in Linux

1.How to Copy/Synchronize Files and Directories Locally/Remotely with rsync
2. How to Transfer Files/Folders in Linux using scp
3. Rsnapshot (Rsync Based) – A Local/Remote File System Backup Tool
4. Sync Two Apache Web Servers/Websites Using Rsync – Advance Level

Backup/Recovery Linux Filesystems

1.Backup and Restore Linux Systems using Redo Backup Tool
2. How to Clone/Backup Linux Systems Using – Mondo Rescue Disaster Recovery Tool
3. How to Recover Deleted Files/Folders using ‘Scalpel’ Tool
4. 8 “Disk Cloning/Backup” Softwares for Linux Servers

Linux File System / Network Storage Management

1.What is Ext2, Ext3 & Ext4 and How to Create and Convert Linux File Systems
2.Understanding Linux File System Types
3. Linux File System Creation and Configurations – Advance Level
4. Setting Up Standard Linux File Systems and Configuring NFSv4 Server – Advance Level
5. How to Mount/Unmount Local and Network (Samba & NFS) Filesystems – Advance Level
6. How to Create and Manage Btrfs File System in Linux – Advance Level
7. Introduction to GlusterFS (File System) and Installation – Advance Level

Linux LVM Management

1.Setup Flexible Disk Storage with Logical Volume ManagementUnderstanding network components in AWS
2. How to Extend/Reduce LVM’s (Logical Volume Management)
3. How to Take Snapshot/Restore LVM’s
4. Setup Thin Provisioning Volumes in LVM
5. Manage Multiple LVM Disks using Striping I/O
6.Migrating LVM Partitions to New Logical Volume

Linux System Security and Firewall Linux Security and Tools

1.25 Hardening Security Tips for Linux Servers
2. 5 Best Practices to Secure and Protect SSH Server
3. How to Password Protect Grub in Linux
4. Protect SSH Logins with SSH & MOTD Banner Messages
5. How to Audit Linux Systems using Lynis Tool
6. Secure Files/Directories using ACLs (Access Control Lists) in Linux
7. How to Audit Network Performance, Security, and Troubleshooting in Linux
8. Mandatory Access Control Essentials with SELinux – New Update

Linux Firewall and Tools

1.Basic Guide on IPTables (Linux Firewall) Tips / Commands
2. How To Setup an Iptables Firewall in Linux
3. How to Configure ‘FirewallD’ in Linux
4. Useful ‘FirewallD’ Rules to Configure and Manage Firewall in Linux
5. How to Install and Configure UFW – An Un-complicated FireWall
6. Shorewall – A High-Level Firewall for Configuring Linux Servers
7. Install ConfigServer Security & Firewall (CSF) in Linux
8. How to Install ‘IPFire’ Free Firewall Linux Distribution
9.How to Install and Configure pfSense 2.1.5 (Firewall/Router) in Linux
10. 10 Useful Open Source Security Firewalls for Linux Systems

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