Learn To Run Linux Servers From Scratch (LPI Level 1 Cert)

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Learn how to run your own Linux servers and the core fundamentals of Linux. Course also assists with Linux cert.

This course provides interactive, step-by-step video courses that will take a newbie to a professional through dozens of videos. These videos will teach you the basics and the details of running your own Linux servers. Course videos also follow along Linux certification exam route! The Academy lessons start with an introduction to Linux servers and build from there, you will learn how to run your own server, web site, and more!

Provides study material for the Linux LPI Certification Exam 101!

PDF Course Notes And Cheat Sheets!

Content and goals

  • Over 88 lectures and 18 hrs of …

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Learn how to run your own Linux servers and the core fundamentals of Linux. Course also assists with Linux cert.

This course provides interactive, step-by-step video courses that will take a newbie to a professional through dozens of videos. These videos will teach you the basics and the details of running your own Linux servers. Course videos also follow along Linux certification exam route! The Academy lessons start with an introduction to Linux servers and build from there, you will learn how to run your own server, web site, and more!

Provides study material for the Linux LPI Certification Exam 101!

PDF Course Notes And Cheat Sheets!

Content and goals

  • Over 88 lectures and 18 hrs of content!
  • Master the Linux command line
  • Be able to administrate all aspects of the Linux server
  • Linux security
  • Running web servers with Linux
  • Learn amazon web services
  • Linux startup process and more!

Anybody wanting to better their tech skills, get a job, and learn linux

  1. SECTION 1: Running Linux Servers

    • Lecture 1:

      Basic User Management For Fresh Images/Server Installs
    • Lecture 2:

      Root User, Sudo Users And Managing Users & User Groups
    • Lecture 3:

      Navigating Linux & The File System
    • Lecture 4:

      Logs & More File Management Tools
    • Lecture 5:

      File Permissions
    • Lecture 6:

      Cron Jobs
    • Lecture 7:

      Apt-Get & DPKG Package Management
    • Lecture 8:

      Managing Linux Processes
    • Lecture 9:

      File Naming Basics & A Look At File Commands
    • Lecture 10:

      File Archiving & The RM, MV Commands
    • Lecture 11:

      Linux Links
    • Lecture 12:

      Basic Directory & Group Commands
    • Lecture 13:

      Special Permission Bits
    • Lecture 14:

      Default Permissions umask, newgrp, and chattr
    • Lecture 15:

      Linux Core Directories & What They Are Used For
    • Lecture 16:

      Finding Files In Linux Using, Find, Locate, Whereis, Which and Type
    • Lecture 17:

      Vi Modes & The importance of Vi
    • Lecture 18:

      Vi Commands and Usage
    • Lecture 19:

      Linux Core Directories & What They Are Used For
    • Lecture 20:

      Finding Files In Linux Using, Find, Locate, Whereis, Which and Type
    • Lecture 21:

      Installing The LAMP Stack With Apt-Get
    • Lecture 22:

      How DNS Works With Hosting Web Sites
    • Lecture 23:

      Configuring Apache To Host Web Apps & Web Sites
    • Lecture 24:

      Enabling And Configuring Apache mod_rewrite
    • Lecture 25:

      Simple Commands & Shortcuts For The Linux Shell
    • Lecture 26:

      Environment Variables, Redirection Operators & Data Pipes
    • Lecture 27:

      Lesson3
    • Lecture 28:

      File Viewing Commands For The Linux Bash Shell
    • Lecture 29:

      Creating SSH Keys From OS X To Linux
    • Lecture 30:

      Creating SSH Keys From Windows To Linux With Putty
    • Lecture 31:

      Creating SSH Keys From Windows To Linux With Putty
    • Lecture 32:

      Configuring SSH Port Numbers
    • Lecture 33:

      Allowing & Denying Users & Groups
    • Lecture 34:

      Transfering FIles With SSH & SCP
  2. SECTION 2: Managing Linux Libraries & Software Processes

    • Lecture 35:

      Software Libraries
    • Lecture 36:

      Using ps To Manage Processes
    • Lecture 37:

      Using TOP
    • Lecture 38:

      Using nice To Change Linux Process Priorities
    • Lecture 39:

      Killing Processes In Linux
    • Lecture 40:

      Using The uname Command To Query System Information
    • Lecture 41:

      Understanding Background VS Foreground processes
  3. SECTION 3: Getting Started With Git/Github and Creating A Basic Workflow

    • Lecture 42:

      Installing Git, Creating a GitHub Repository & Configuring SSH
    • Lecture 43:

      Cloning A Repository To Create A Development Environment
    • Lecture 44:

      Understanding Branches, Committing Code & Updating The Repository
  4. SECTION 4: Backing Up Linux Servers

    • Lecture 45:

      How to Backup Linux to Amazon S3 Using s3cmd
    • Lecture 46:

      Using Update Copy | CP -u
    • Lecture 47:

      Using Tar Archiving Utility To Backup Files
    • Lecture 48:

      Introduction To Backing Up Linux With Rsync
  5. SECTION 5: Running Servers On Amazon Web Services ( The Cloud )

    • Lecture 49:

      Introduction to Amazon S3
    • Lecture 50:

      Amazon EC2 With Linux Lamp Stack
    • Lecture 51:

      Creating An Amazon EC2 Image
    • Lecture 52:

      Amazon EC2 Working With Our Linux Instance
    • Lecture 53:

      How To Use Amazon RDS (Relation Database Service) To Host MySQL
    • Lecture 54:

      Configuring Apache and Installing WordPress On Linux EC2
    • Lecture 55:

      Installing Drupal And Linux LAMP Stack On Ubuntu Amazon EC2
  6. SECTION 6: Downloadable Notes

    • Lecture 56:

      VI
    • Lecture 57:

      Linux Bash Shell
    • Lecture 58:

      Libraries And Processes
    • Lecture 59:

      RPM Based Package Management
    • Lecture 60:

      Introduction To The Linux LAMP Stack
    • Lecture 61:

      Linux Exam 101 Cheat Sheet .. Know all the commands AND flags
  7. SECTION 7: Debian Based Package Management

    • Lecture 62:

      Apt-Cache Package Management
    • Lecture 63:

      Apt-Get Command Set
    • Lecture 64:

      DPKG Command Set
    • Lecture 65:

      Summary & Overview of aptitude & dselect
  8. SECTION 8: Linux Automation And Bash Scripting 101

    • Lecture 66:

      Hello Bash! Our First Bash Script
    • Lecture 67:

      Running Basic Commands Inside A Bash Script
    • Lecture 68:

      Bash Variables and Script Arguments
    • Lecture 69:

      Conditions In Bash Scripting
    • Lecture 70:

      Basic Bash Loops
    • Lecture 71:

      Practice Scripts For Understanding Scripting And Linux Automation: Add Users
    • Lecture 72:

      Case Statements And Functions
    • Lecture 73:

      Accepting User Input In a Script Using Read
    • Lecture 74:

      Practice Script: Add Users To MySQL From The /etc/passwd File
    • Lecture 75:

      Creating A Task Script With To Do Lists
    • Lecture 76:

      Looking At Function Syntax
    • Lecture 77:

      Bash Scripting 101 Notes
    • Lecture 78:

      Perform A conditional mailing to the superuser (root)
    • Lecture 79:

      Install MySQL on Ubunut & YUM Then Create And Drop Our First Database
  9. SECTION 9: Basic SQl Data Management and MySQL

    • Lecture 80:

      Installing MySQL Using apt-get or YUM
    • Lecture 81:

      Basic MySQL administration Creating Databases, Tables & Users
    • Lecture 82:

      Basic MySQL Join Statement
  10. SECTION 10: Managing Hardware & Linux File Systems

    • Lecture 83:

      Creating And Mounting A Disk Partition
    • Lecture 84:

      Using fdisk, Creating A File System, and Configuring Mount Entry With /etc/fstab
    • Lecture 85:

      Notes For Managing Hardware & Linux File Systems
  11. SECTION 11: Introduction To Linux MTA's (Mail Transfer Agents)

    • Lecture 86:

      EmailNotes
    • Lecture 87:

      Forwarding Emails And Mail Aliases
    • Lecture 88:

      Understanding E-mail basics
    • Upcoming

      Quiz 1:

      Linux Basics

Instructor(s)

Name: Anthony James

About:

Anthony is a Web Software Developer & Linux Systems Engineer. With 11 years of experience in these fields. He is passionate about passing on his technical knowledge through training and educating others.

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