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This is a bundled training package. It contains training for each of the bundled items below:

Course Price
Linux User Notification and Device Management $74.95
E-mail and Security in Linux $74.95
Linux File Sharing and Filesystem Management $74.95
Managing Resource Utilization in Linux $74.95
Linux Kernel Compilation and Linux Startup $74.95
Linux Network Configuration $74.95

Bundle Price: $219.00
Total Savings: $230.70


Linux User Notification and Device Management

Because Linux and UNIX were designed from inception as multi-user operating systems, there is often the need for a system administrator to provide information about system status and future availability to all users. Rather than send an e-mail to all users, Linux provides facilities for an administrator to post public notices and messages for all users to see. This course covers the methods available to a system administrator for user notification. This course also demonstrates the system used by Linux to detect and initialize hardware devices on the system - both those found during boot up, as well as those plugged in later such as USB flash drives. This course is for people taking Advanced Level Linux Professional (LPIC-2) Exam 201.
  • show local login messages to users
  • show network login messages to users
  • show the message of the day to users
  • show fortunes to users
  • show wall messages to users
  • show shutdown alert messages to users
  • display logon messages to users
  • display a wall message to users
  • display a shutdown alert message to users
  • create udev rules for devices
  • create SYMLINK rules for devices
  • create persistent names for devices
  • create ownership and permission rules for devices
  • create rules for a device
  • recognize how the SysFS file system is used in kernel processes

E-mail and Security in Linux

Linux has networking and system security as two of its fundamental design goals. Linux functions as the e-mail server for a large number of businesses and organizations. Those wishing to provide POP3 and IMAP mail access often turn to a system such as Courier or Dovecot to provide these services. This course demonstrates how to configure these systems. In addition, because of its strong-networked and secure framework, Linux can be configured as an excellent network router for small to medium applications. This course demonstrates how to configure Linux as a router and also provides the learner with the groundwork for securing and testing the security of a Linux installation. This course is for people taking Advanced Level Linux Professional (LPIC-2) Exam 201.
  • install the Courier mail server
  • perform the post-installation of the Courier mail server
  • configure the Courier IMAP service
  • configure the Courier POP3 service
  • configure Dovecot mail server users
  • configure Dovecot mail server authentication
  • configure the Dovecot mail location
  • configure the Dovecot mail server for the POP3 service
  • install the Courier mail server
  • perform Courier post-installation tasks
  • configure the Courier IMAP and POP3 services
  • customize Dovecot mailbox location
  • manage firewall filter rules
  • secure a network using SNAT and IP masquerading
  • configure and display network routes
  • configure port redirection
  • configure Fail2ban to avoid brute-force attacks
  • configure Snort Inline's intrusion prevention system
  • configure Snort for intrusion detection
  • configure the nmap port-scanning tool
  • configure a Linux router
  • secure the Linux system

Linux File Sharing and Filesystem Management

As a Linux System Administrator, managing, protecting, and proving access to the files and data of your users is paramount. This course covers the creation, maintenance and configuration of filesystems in Linux as well as configuring file sharing via Samba and NFS. In addition, this course also covers configuring DHCP service. This course is for people taking Advanced Level Linux Professional (LPIC-2) Exam 201.
  • identify the commands and utilities used to create and configure the Linux filesystem
  • use system utilities to maintain a Linux filesystem
  • configure filesystem automounting and create a filesystem for CD-ROMs
  • create and configure a Linux filesystem
  • configure a Samba server and access it from Linux
  • configure the Network File System (NFS)
  • configure a Samba server and the Network File System (NFS)
  • identify the tasks required to configure DHCP on Linux systems

Managing Resource Utilization in Linux

As a Linux administrator, the systems you manage will be used by a number of clients playing varying requirements on the resources of your server. Administrators must be able to monitor resource utilization in order to both mitigate any issues that may arise, as well as predict and plan for future resource requirements. This course covers the tools available within Linux to determine issues that may be limiting available resources as well as monitoring these resource usage over time. This course is for people taking Advanced Level Linux Professional (LPIC-2) Exam 201.
  • determine the most appropriate monitoring tool to use in a given scenario
  • describe methods for distinguish between normal and abnormal system behavior
  • determine system issues based on the results of resource monitoring
  • recognize how to plan for future resource requirements in a given scenario
  • implement a resource monitoring solution in a given scenario

Linux Kernel Compilation and Linux Startup

As a Linux System Administrator, you may find that there are times you need to update or customize your Linux kernel for new features, bugfixes, or optimal performance. This course covers the tasks involved in building, patching, and customizing a Linux kernel. In addition, it also covers customizing and troubleshooting booting a Linux system. This course is for people taking Advanced Level Linux Professional (LPIC-2) Exam 201.
  • identify the characteristics of Linux kernels and kernel modules
  • recognize the procedure for compiling and installing a Linux kernel
  • compile and install a Linux kernel
  • patch a Linux kernel
  • configure kernel modules and modify kernel settings
  • customize Linux system startup and boot processes
  • recognize how to manipulate the Linux boot process and recover from filesystem failures
  • customize Linux system startup and perform system recovery tasks

Linux Network Configuration

As a Linux System Administrator, you will need to setup and configure network clients and DNS services. This course covers the tasks involved in basic and advanced options for configuring Linux network clients and DNS services. In addition, it also covers securing a Linux DNS server. This course is for people taking Advanced Level Linux Professional (LPIC-2) Exam 201.
  • configure a Linux client for networking
  • identify the requirements for a Linux VPN implementation and distinguish between troubleshooting utilities
  • perform network client configuration tasks
  • recognize how to perform basic BIND 8/9 configuration tasks
  • create a DNS zone file and test the DNS configuration
  • configure DNS zones on a Linux system
  • identify methods for securing a Linux DNS server
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Linux Professional Institute: Advanced Level Linux Professional (LPIC-2) Exam 201 e-learning bundle
  • Course ID:
    252689
  • Duration:
    10 hours
  • Price:
    $219