Unit 1: Getting Started with the GNOME Graphical Desktop
Objective: Get started with GNOME and edit text files with gedit
Unit 2: Manage Files Graphically with Nautilus
Objective: Manage files graphically and access remote systems with Nautilus
Unit 3: Get Help in a Graphical Environment
Objective: Access documentation, both locally and online
Unit 4: Configure Local Services
Objective: Configure the date and time and configure a printer
Unit 5: Manage Physical Storage I
Objective: Understand basic disk concepts and manage system disks
Unit 6: Manage Logical Volumes
Objective: Understand logical volume concepts and manage logical volumes
Unit 7: Monitor System Resources
Objective: Manage memory and CPU utilization
Unit 8: Manage System Software
Objective: Manage system software locally and using Red Hat Network (RHN)
Unit 9: Get Started with Bash
Objective: Understand basic shell concepts, execute simple commands, and use basic job control techniques
Unit 10: Get Help in a Textual Environment
Objective: Use man and info pages and find documentation in /usr/share/doc
Unit 11: Establish Network Connectivity
Objective: Understand basic network concepts; configure, manage, and test network settings
Unit 12: Administer Users and Groups
Objective: Manage users and groups
Unit 13: Manage Files from the Command Line
Objective: Understand Linux filesystem hierarchy; manage files from the command line
Unit 14: Secure Linux File Access
Objective: Understand Linux file access mechanisms; manage file access from the GUI and the command line
Unit 15: Administer Remote Systems
Objective: Share and connect to a desktop; use SSH and rsync
Unit 16: Configure General Services
Objective: Manage services; configure SSH and remote desktops
Unit 17: Manage Physical Storage II
Objective: Manage filesystem attributes and swap space
Unit 18: Install Linux Graphically
Objective: Install Red Hat Enterprise Linux and configure the system with firstboot
Unit 19: Manage Virtual Machines
Objective: Understand basic virtualization concepts; install and manage virtual machines
Unit 20: Control the Boot Process
Objective: Understand runlevels and manage GRUB
Unit 21: Deploy File Sharing Service
Objective: Deploy an FTP server and a web server
Unit 22: Secure Network Services
Objective: Manage a firewall; understand SELinux concepts and manage SELinux
Unit 23: Comprehensive Review
Objective: Get a hands-on review of the concepts covered throughout the cours
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I want to THANK YOU and your entire team at RPS for partnering with us during this time, Moving all the programs to a virtual environment without disrupting the learning for the Learner. We have had a successful Qtr. of delivering programs virtually.
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Looking forward to our continued partnership.
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Class begins at 9:30 am and ends at 5:30 pm(IST).
Our live online classes are conducted in the same manner as our classroom classes, using the same manuals and lab equipment. Just as in our classroom classes, each online student is assigned a set of remote lab equipment including an ESXi host and various pre-configured Virtual machines, as the specific class they are attending requires. The students connect to the lab environment using Microsoft’s Remote Display Protocol (RDP) in order to perform the lab exercises. The vast majority of our online students find the class experience equivalent to or better than a classroom delivered class.