Complete Linux Training Course to Get Your Dream IT Job 2022

The BEST Linux Administration course that prepares you for corporate jobs and for RHCSA, RHCE, LFCS, CLNP certifications
Complete Linux Training Course to Get Your Dream IT Job 2022
File Size :
14.29 GB
Total length :
35h 29m



Imran Afzal


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Last updated 11/2022



Complete Linux Training Course to Get Your Dream IT Job 2022

What you’ll learn

By the end of this course you will be a professional Linux administrator and be able to apply for Linux jobs
You will be able to take the EX-200 exam and become Redhat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA – EX200)
You will learn 200+ Linux system administration commands
CentOS and Redhat version 7, 8 and 9
You will gain advance Linux systems administration skills and have deep understanding of Linux fundamentals and concepts
You will be able to troubleshoot everyday Linux related issues
You will manage Linux servers in a corporate environment
You will write basic to advance level shell scripts
This course will prepare you for CompTIA Linux+ (XK0-004) and LPI Linux Essentials

Complete Linux Training Course to Get Your Dream IT Job 2022


The course covers everything about Linux from scratch so no prior experience required
Desire to reach your goals and dreams
A computer with at least 4G of RAM


Testimonials from my students:Hello Imran Afzal Sir,Thank you for your valuable course. I got a job offer after completion of this course. Thanks againRegards,– Kshitji DeshmukhHi Imran,Finally, after turning down 4 offers, I have joined UST Gloabl as an Engineer A3.  I’ve taken your course “Complete Linux Training Course to Get Your Dream IT Job” due to which I was able to answer almost all the Linux-based interview questions.  Thank you once again for making this wonderful course.Regards, — MD Shah AlamHi Imran,Thank you so much for the wonderful course.  It was so clear and precise as a beginner I went through your course and cleared the Linux administrator interview now i got selected.  I am so happy and thanks once again.  I am also now preparing for the Redhat Certification.Thanks you once again, I was a complete beginner after going through your course I was able to understand all the topics now I am a Linux AdminThanks — Adrian JosephDear Mr. Imran Afzal,Thanks you I pass today CompTIA Linux+ ExamBest Regards — Ebadi EliaImran, I just wanted to report that I have found my first Linux job.  I am working as a Linux Systems Administrator with IBM and you played a big part in educating me in order to obtain this position.  Thanks for such a thorough course!  I am looking forward to enrolling in your bash scripting coruse soon.– Joel Stroback===============================================================================================Linux is the number ONE operating system in the Corporate world.  Linux is a popular open-source operating system that’s easy to use and highly secure.If you want to start your career in Linux and have little or no knowledge of Linux then I can help.  In this course you will  learn Linux installation, configuration, administration, troubleshooting, shell scripting, command line, OS tools and much more…  I have also included Resume and Interview workshops that will definitely help you get your  dream IT job. In addition to the lectures there will be quizzes, homework and hand-out material just like a live classroom training I have been teaching this exact course in a classroom environment in New York City.  Please note 70% of my students who took this course got the job in Linux within months.  Imagine those who take my course only to level  up their career, how productive this training can be for them This course can help significantly for passing your RHCSA, RHCE, LFCS, LPI and CompTIA Linux+ certification examsFollowing is the list of topics I will cover in this course:Module 1 – Understanding Linux ConceptsWhat is Linux?   Everyday use of Linux   Unix vs. Linux   Quiz, Homework and Handouts      Module 2 – Download, Install and Configure    What is Oracle Virtual Box?   Downloading and Installing Oracle Virtual BoxCreating virtual machine    Linux Distributions   Different way to install Linux   Downloading and Installing Linux (CentOS)   Redhat Linux installation (Optional)   Linux Desktop (GUI)   Virtual Machine Management   Linux vs. Windows   Who Uses Linux?   Quiz, Homework and Handouts

Module 3 – System Access and File System   Accessing Linux systemDownload and install Putty   Connect Linux VM via Putty   Important Things to Remember in Linux   Introduction to File SystemFile system structure descriptionFile system navigation commandsFile System Paths   Directory listing overview   Creating Files and Directories   Finding Files and Directories (find, locate)    Changing PasswordWildcard (*, $, ^)Combining and Splitting Files (cat and cut)   Soft and Hard Links (ln)   Quiz, Homework and Handouts     Module 4 – Linux Fundamentals   Commands Syntax   File Permissions (chmod)   File Ownership (chown, chgrp)Getting Help (man, whatis etc.)   TAB completion and up arrow keys   Adding text to file   Pipes ( | )   File Maintenance Commands   File Display Commands   Filters / Text Processing Commands (cut, sort, grep, awk, uniq, wc)   Compare Files (diff, cmp)   Compress and Un-compress files/directories (tar, gzip, gunzip)Combining and Splitting Files    Linux vs. Windows Commands   Quiz, Homework and Handouts   Module 5 – System Administration   Linux File Editors (vi text editor)sed Command    User account management   Switch users and Sudo access   Monitor users   Talking to users (users, wall, write)Linux Directory Service – Account AuthenticationDifference between Active Directory, LDAP, IDM, WinBIND, OpenLDAP etc.System utility commands (date, uptime, hostname, which, cal, bc etc.)   Processes and schedules (systemctl, ps, top, kill, crontab and at)   Process ManagementSystem Monitoring Commands (top, df, dmesg, iostat 1, netstat, free etc.)   OS Maintenance Commands (shutdown, reboot, halt, init etc.)   Changing System Hostname (hostnamectl)   Finding System Information (uname, cat /etc/redhat-release, cat /etc/*rel*, dmidecode)   System Architecture (arch)   Terminal control keys   Terminal Commands (clear, exit, script)   Recover root Password (single user mode)SOS Report    Quiz, Homework and Handouts      Module 6 – Shell Scripting  Linux Kernel    What is a Shell? Types of Shells  Shell scripting   Basic Shell scripts   If-then scripts   For loop scripts   do-while scripts    Case statement scripts   Aliases Shell History  Command history     Module 7 – Networking, Servers and System Updates

Enabling internet in Linux VM   Network Components   Network files and commands (ping, ifconfig, netstat, tcpdump, networking config files)   NIC Information (ethtool)   NIC or Port BondingDownloading Files or Apps (wget)curl and ping CommandsFile Transfer CommandsSystem updates and repositories (rpm and yum)System Upgrade/Patch Management   Create Local Repository from CD/DVDAdvance Package Management   SSH and Telnet   DNS   Hostname and IP Lookup (nslookup and dig)   NTP   chronyd (Newer version of NTP)Sendmail   Apache Web Server (http)   Central Logger (rsyslogd)Securing Linux Machine (OS Hardening)OpenLDAP Installation   Quiz, Homework and Handouts    Module 8 – Disk Management and Run LevelsSystem run levelsLinux Boot ProcessMessage of the DayDisk partition (df, fdisk, etc.)StorageLogical Volume Management (LVM)LVM Configuration during InstallationAdd Disk and Create Standard PartitionAdd Disk and Create LVM PartitionLVM Configuration during InstallationAdd Virtual Disk and Create New LVM Partition (pvcreate, vgcreate, lvcreate,)Extend Disk using LVMAdding Swap SpaceRAIDQuiz, Homework and Handouts

Module 9 – All About Resume

Resume workshop Cover Letter  Linux job description or duties Exposure to Other TechnologiesHomework and Handouts

Module 10 – All About Interview
IT ComponentsIT Job StatisticsLinus Around UsLinux Operating System Jobs   IT Management JobsPost Resume and What to ExpectInterview workshopRedhat Certifications (RHCSA, RHCE etc.)Join Linux Community200+ interview questionsHomeworkCourse RecapCommands We Have LearnedDon’t Give upCongratulationsRecap – HandoutsAdditional ResourcesMany extra lectures=============================================================================================Testimonial from other students:Hi Imran, I have completed this course twice. It was more than just wonderful. It proved to be life changer for me, I had zero knowledge about Linux and now i am working as Linux SysAdmin as i have acquired my dream job. Thank you so much for the wonderful course.  I am looking forward to see some more exciting courses from you.Regards, — Hasan RazaTo all of you that are looking for a REALLY GOOD LINUX course, THIS IS IT, SERIOUSLY I promise you won’t find a course on LINUX here that is THIS GOOD. — T.J. MarstillerHi Imran, I am so glad to inform you that i got two offers as a Linux engineer.  Through your course I gained lot of confidence and your interview tips really helped me a lot to crack the technical rounds.  I have recommended your courses to my friends as well.  Thank you so much for your efforts in sharing your knowledge to learners like us.  — SubhasreeHi Sir Imran,Greetings to you. I am writing this email to give good feedback regarding your course materials that I have watched from Udemy.  I have completed your Linux course and I would like to mention that it has been nothing but awesome.  Your course has allowed me to obtain a Linux certification and I would like to give a big thanks you for that.  Please continue what you’re doing and I wish you the very best.  — Yusuf IshkandershaImran is a very knowledgeable and engaging instructor. As others have said, you can tell that he is not just trying to sell a course, but that he is invested in giving his students a strong career foundation with a positive and approachable attitude. He is also entertaining with his use of pop culture and practical work examples. It really feels like you’re in a classroom with him. I’m taking this course mainly as a hobbyist, but got a lot from it already. The homework assignments, quizzes, and handouts help reinforce the material.   — Raymond B.I just love the teaching ad the learning experience I am getting  — Jacob Samba (Udemy Student)Imran Afzal might be my favorite teacher I’ve EVER had. He is funny, and engaging. The course was easy to follow, and with no experience starting I am now extremely comfortable with Linux, and actually really like it. He does make you do your googles, but this is not a bad thing especially considering the nature of IT and documentation to solve your own problems. I highly recommend.  — Vanessa Diaz-Goumond (Udemy Student)The course is run very well and I really like the handouts and the homework that is assigned. The homework helps me learn and continue with the learning process even when adult life is still progressing forward.  — Thomas Rogers (Udemy Student)Such an amazing instructor. Imran must have put in a lot of effort in structuring the course and taking the student step by step, he takes his time in explaining everything, from what Linux is, how to down load it, coding, etc. I have taken other courses from Imran. I am a student for life. Keep it up and please keep preparing more courses for please like us who can benefit from your way of teaching, knowledge and experience. Thank you.  — Ali Shiekh (Udemy Student)In the first place I say a big thank you to the instructor for making such a great course. I was afraid to learn Linux. I now feel very comfortable with Linux. I have understood both the concept behind and the practical as well. I would recommend every one who is NEW to Linux and wants to grab it once and for all without wasting time to go ahead and ENROLL. You will not regret it. I would like the instructor to do same for WINDOWS SERVER ADMIN., I don’t seem to find any better and beginner oriented course out there that could be matched with this course. To me, it is the BEST Linux Course on Online. I just started some real world projects with Linux after this great course, I was new to Linux and in just a month I am on the command line always playing.  — Opoku Bright (Udemy Student)I genuinely look forward to additional courses in the future. This has been so informative. You hear the name oracle all the time, but this was well put in layman’s terms  — Atoofa Hasan (Classroom Student)Imran Afzal eats, breathes and sleeps Linux! He really knows his stuff. I feel like he has brought me from a novice level education to masters level in a short time period. Anyone who is looking to get a job in Linux should definitely take this course.  — TJ Walker (Udemy Student)


Lecture 1 Introduction

Lecture 2 Good News

Lecture 3 Syllabus Overview

Lecture 4 Download Syllabus

Lecture 5 Thank You

Section 1: Module 1 – Understanding Linux Concepts

Lecture 6 Welcome to Module 1

Lecture 7 Everyday Linux

Lecture 8 What is Linux?

Lecture 9 Unix vs. Linux

Lecture 10 Linux Distributions

Lecture 11 Linux Users

Lecture 12 Linux vs. Windows

Lecture 13 Module 1 Homework

Lecture 14 Module 1 Handouts

Section 2: Module 2 – Download, Install and Configure

Lecture 15 Welcome to Module 2

Lecture 16 Lab Design

Lecture 17 What is Virtual Box?

Lecture 18 Downloading and Installing Oracle VirtualBox

Lecture 19 Download and Install VMWare Player (Optional)

Lecture 20 CentOS vs. CentOS Stream

Lecture 21 Different Ways to Install Linux

Lecture 22 Creating a Virtual Machine

Lecture 23 Download and Install Linux (CentOS 7)

Lecture 24 Download and Install Linux (CentOS 8)

Lecture 25 Download and Install Linux (CentOS 9)

Lecture 26 Option 2 – Linux Installation on Cloud

Lecture 27 Message for Redhat Installation

Lecture 28 Redhat Linux Installation (Optional)

Lecture 29 Ubuntu Linux Installation (Optional)

Lecture 30 Take a snapshot of VM

Lecture 31 Virtual Machine Management

Lecture 32 Keyboard Keys Used in Linux

Lecture 33 Module 2 Homework

Lecture 34 Module 2 Handouts

Section 3: Module 3 – System Access and File System

Lecture 35 Welcome to Module 3

Lecture 36 Important Things to Remember in Linux

Lecture 37 Access to Linux System

Lecture 38 Download and Install Putty

Lecture 39 Access Linux via Putty

Lecture 40 Command Prompts and Getting Prompts Back

Lecture 41 Introduction to Linux File System

Lecture 42 FileSystem Structure and Description

Lecture 43 File System Navigation Commands (cd , ls and pwd)

Lecture 44 Linux File or Directory Properties

Lecture 45 Linux File Types

Lecture 46 What is root?

Lecture 47 Changing Password

Lecture 48 Absolute and Relative Paths

Lecture 49 Creating Files and Directories (touch, cp, vi, mkdir)

Lecture 50 Copying directories

Lecture 51 Finding Files and Directories (find, locate)

Lecture 52 Difference Between Find and Locate Commands

Lecture 53 WildCards (*, ?, ^, [])

Lecture 54 Soft and Hard Links (ln)

Lecture 55 Module 3 Homework

Lecture 56 Module 3 Handouts

Section 4: Module 4 – Linux Fundamentals

Lecture 57 Welcome to Module 4

Lecture 58 Linux Command Syntax

Lecture 59 Files and Directory Permissions (chmod)

Lecture 60 File Permissions Using Numeric Mode

Lecture 61 File Ownership Commands (chown, chgrp)

Lecture 62 Access Control List (ACL)

Lecture 63 Help Commands

Lecture 64 TAB Completion and Up Arrow Keys

Lecture 65 Adding Text to Files

Lecture 66 Input and Output Redirects (>, >>, <, stdin, stdout and stderr)

Lecture 67 Standard Output to a File (tee command)

Lecture 68 Pipes ( | )

Lecture 69 File Maintenance Commands (cp, rm, mv, mkdir, rmdir)

Lecture 70 File Display Commands (cat, less, more, head, tail)

Lecture 71 Filters / Text Processing Commands

Lecture 72 cut – Text Processors Commands

Lecture 73 awk – Text Processors Commands

Lecture 74 grep/egrep – Text Processors Commands

Lecture 75 sort/uniq – Text Processors Commands

Lecture 76 wc – Text Processors Commands

Lecture 77 Compare Files (diff and cmp)

Lecture 78 Compress and uncompress (tar, gzip, gunzip)

Lecture 79 Truncate File Size (truncate)

Lecture 80 Combining and Splitting Files

Lecture 81 Linux vs. Windows Commands

Lecture 82 Module 4 Homework

Lecture 83 Module 4 Handouts

Section 5: Module 5 – System Administration

Lecture 84 Welcome to Module 5

Lecture 85 Linux File Editor (vi)

Lecture 86 Difference between vi and vim Editors

Lecture 87 “sed” Command

Lecture 88 User Account Management (useradd, groupadd, usermod, userdel, groupdel)

Lecture 89 Enable Password Aging

Lecture 90 Switch Users and Sudo Access (su, sudo)

Lecture 91 Monitor Users (who, last, w, id)

Lecture 92 Talking to Users (users, wall, write)

Lecture 93 Linux Directory Service – Account Authentication

Lecture 94 Difference between Active Directory, LDAP, IDM, WinBIND, OpenLDAP etc.

Lecture 95 System Utility Commands (date, uptime, hostname, uname, which, cal, bc)

Lecture 96 Processes, Jobs and Scheduling

Lecture 97 systemctl command

Lecture 98 ps command

Lecture 99 top command

Lecture 100 kill command

Lecture 101 crontab command

Lecture 102 at command

Lecture 103 Additional cronjobs (hourly, daily, weekly, monthly)

Lecture 104 Process Management (bg, fg, nice)

Lecture 105 System Monitoring Commands (df, dmesg, iostat 1, netstat, free, top)

Lecture 106 System Logs Monitor (/var/log)

Lecture 107 System Maintenance Commands (shutdown, init, reboot, halt)

Lecture 108 Changing System Hostname (hostnamectl)

Lecture 109 Finding System Information (uname, dmidecode)

Lecture 110 Finding System Architecture (arch)

Lecture 111 Terminal Control Keys

Lecture 112 Terminal Commands (clear, exit, script)

Lecture 113 Recover Root Password (single user mode)

Lecture 114 SOS Report

Lecture 115 Environment Variables

Lecture 116 Special Permissions with setuid, setgid and stick bit

Lecture 117 Module 5 Homework

Lecture 118 Module 5 Handouts

Section 6: Module 6 – Shell Scripting

Lecture 119 Welcome to Module 6

Lecture 120 Linux Kernel

Lecture 121 What is a Shell?

Lecture 122 Types of Shells

Lecture 123 Shell Scripting

Lecture 124 Basic Shell Scripts

Lecture 125 Input and Output of Script

Lecture 126 if-then Scripts

Lecture 127 for Loop Scripts

Lecture 128 do-while Scripts

Lecture 129 Case Statement Scripts

Lecture 130 Check Remote Servers Connectivity

Lecture 131 Aliases (alias)

Lecture 132 User and Global Aliases

Lecture 133 Shell History (history)

Lecture 134 Module 6 Homework

Lecture 135 Module 6 Handouts

Section 7: Module 7 – Networking, Services, and System Updates

Lecture 136 Welcome to Module 7

Lecture 137 Enable Internet on Linux VM

Lecture 138 Network Components

Lecture 139 Network Files and Commands (ping, ifconfig, ifup, ifdown, netstat, tcpdump)

Lecture 140 NIC Information (ethtool)

Lecture 141 NIC or Port Bonding

Lecture 142 New Network Utilities (nmtui, nmcli, nm-connection-editor and GNOME Settings)

Lecture 143 Downloading Files or Apps (wget)

Lecture 144 curl and ping commands

Lecture 145 FTP – File Transfer Protocol

Lecture 146 SCP – Secure Copy Protocol

Lecture 147 rsync – Remote Synchronization

Lecture 148 System Updates and Repos (rpm, yum)

Lecture 149 System Upgrade and Patch Management

Lecture 150 Create Local Repository (Yum Server)

Lecture 151 Advance Package Management

Lecture 152 Rollback Patches and Updates

Lecture 153 SSH and Telnet

Lecture 154 DNS – Download, Install and Configure (Domain Name Systems)

Lecture 155 Hostname or IP Lookup (nslookup and dig)

Lecture 156 Network Time Protocol (ntp)

Lecture 157 chronyd (New Version of NTP)

Lecture 158 New System Utility Command (timedatectl)

Lecture 159 Sendmail

Lecture 160 Web Server (Apache – HTTP)

Lecture 161 Central Logger (rsyslog)

Lecture 162 Securing Linux Machine (OS Hardening)

Lecture 163 OpenLDAP Installation

Lecture 164 Tracing Network Traffic (traceroute)

Lecture 165 How to open Image File through Command Line

Lecture 166 Configure and Secure SSH

Lecture 167 SSH-Keys – Access Remote Server without Password

Lecture 168 Linux Web-Based Administration (cockpit)

Lecture 169 Firewall

Lecture 170 Tune System Performance (tuned, nice and renice)

Lecture 171 Run Containers – dockers

Lecture 172 Kickstart (Automate Linux Installation)

Lecture 173 DHCP Server

Lecture 174 Module 7 Homework

Lecture 175 Module 7 Handouts

Section 8: Module 8 – Disk Management and Run Levels

Lecture 176 Welcome to Module 8

Lecture 177 System Run Levels (0 thru 6)

Lecture 178 Computer Boot Process

Lecture 179 Linux Boot Process

Lecture 180 Linux Boot Process (Newer Versions)

Lecture 181 Message of the Day

Lecture 182 Customize Message of the Day

Lecture 183 Storage

Lecture 184 Disk Partition (df, fdisk)

Lecture 185 Add Disk and Create Standard Partition

Lecture 186 Logical Volume Managment (LVM)

Lecture 187 LVM Configuration During Installation

Lecture 188 Add Disk and Create New LVM Partition (pvcreate, vgcreate, lvcreate,)

Lecture 189 Extend Disk using LVM

Lecture 190 Adding Swap Space

Lecture 191 Advance Storage Management with Stratis

Lecture 192 RAID

Lecture 193 File System Check (fsck and xfs_repair)

Lecture 194 System Backup (dd Command)

Lecture 195 Network File System (NFS)

Lecture 196 Samba Installation and Configuration

Lecture 197 NAS Drive for NFS or Samba

Lecture 198 SATA and SAS

Lecture 199 Difference Between CentOS/Redhat 5, 6 and 7

Lecture 200 Difference Between CentOS/RHEL 7 and 8

Lecture 201 Module 8 Homework

Lecture 202 Module 8 Handouts

Section 9: Module 9 – All About Resume

Lecture 203 Welcome to Module 9

Lecture 204 Resume Workshop

Lecture 205 Resume design and format

Lecture 206 Grammatical mistakes

Lecture 207 Objective or Summary

Lecture 208 Support your Resume

Lecture 209 Cover Letter

Lecture 210 Post Resume and What to Expect

Lecture 211 Linux Administrator Job Duties

Lecture 212 Exposure to Other Technologies

Lecture 213 Module 9 Homework

Lecture 214 Module 9 Handouts

Section 10: Module 10 – All About Interview

Lecture 215 Welcome to Module 10

Lecture 216 What is IT?

Lecture 217 Facts about IT

Lecture 218 Linux Operating System Jobs

Lecture 219 IT Management Jobs

Lecture 220 Interview Workshop

Lecture 221 College degree

Lecture 222 IT Certification

Lecture 223 IT related diplomas

Lecture 224 New to IT (A+ Certification)

Lecture 225 Review Competitive Resumes

Lecture 226 Redhat Certifications (RHCSA, RHCE etc.)

Lecture 227 Join Linux Community

Lecture 228 200+ Interview Questions

Lecture 229 Module 10 Homework

Lecture 230 Module 10 Handouts

Section 11: Course Recap

Lecture 231 Welcome to Course Recap

Lecture 232 Commands We Have Learned

Lecture 233 Don’t Give up

Lecture 234 Congratulations

Lecture 235 Recap – Handout

Section 12: Additional Resources

Lecture 236 Welcome to Additional Resources

Lecture 237 Troubleshooting Putty Connection

Lecture 238 Changing Default File Permissions (umask)

Lecture 239 Create VM on VMWare Player

Lecture 240 Install Oracle Virtualbox on MAC

Lecture 241 Install Oracle Guest Addition (Tools)

Lecture 242 Filesystem Color Definition

Lecture 243 Troubleshooting File Issues

Lecture 244 Troubleshooting Change Directory Issues

Lecture 245 Fixing Corrupted FileSystem

Lecture 246 Linux System Performance Issues

Lecture 247 IP Assigned but not Reachable

Lecture 248 Remove Un-necessary or Orphan Packages

Lecture 249 SELinux

Lecture 250 Types of Security Threats

Lecture 251 Running Linux on Web Browser

Lecture 252 Improve Typing Skills

Lecture 253 What is Virtualization and its Benefits?

Lecture 254 Introduction to VMWare

Lecture 255 Additional Resources – Handout

Section 13: Bonus

Lecture 256 Welcome to Bonus Section

Lecture 257 Bonus Lecture

Anyone who wants to start a career in Linux,Who wants to learn everything about Linux and become Redhat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA EX-200),Anyone who wants to have complete Linux training to get a job in IT,Anyone who wants to advance his/her career,Anyone who wants to master the Linux command line skills,Who wants help and advise in resume and interview

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