Linux Training in Marathahalli
Linux is a best-known and commonly used open source operating system that can manage modern data centers, storage solutions and mission critical workloads. Companies and individuals mostly prefer Linux as it is a cost-free, secured and easily installable OS to maintain security and to receive excellent support from a large community of users. Different versions are available in Linux to suit the different types of users and different needs of business. Linux.org has been popular and commonly used in the market for a long time, to help both fresh and experienced developers. Red Hat Linux Enterprise system has 99.99% uptime as it is incredibly secured, customizable, reliable, available and serviceable.
LINUX Job Opportunities
- Linux jobs are especially suitable for the people, who have skills in networking, customer support, virtualization and DNS.
- Having strong Linux experience with practical knowledge in Unix, AIX and shell scripting can be a feather on your cap and get you Linux admin / Linux Engineer job.
- Having Linux as a co-skill with C, C++, Python, Perl, PowerShell can get you a job as a Linux Technical Support Analyst.
- Having Linux as a co-skill with AWS, MongoDB, Apache and networking can get job as AWS Linux DevOps engineer.
- JPMorgan, Amazon, Qualcomm, Intel, Accenture, Capgemini, Tech Mahindra, Harman, Akamai, Morgan Stanley, CGI are some of the companies that hire for LINUX Administrators.
- Expand your Windows PowerShell job opportunities and maximize the chances by acquiring the best support and training from TIB Academy.
Prerequisites for LINUX
- NO Prerequisites to learn LINUX.
- our experienced professionals are here to teach you and coach you from the LINUX fundamentals.
Our LINUX Training and Support
TIB Academy is one of the best LINUX training institutes in Marathahalli. Our trainers are highly experienced professionals. Currently, they are all working in top rated MNCs and Corporates, carrying years of real time industrial experience in their particular technologies. In this LINUX training in Marathahalli, you will be experiencing a unique learning environment. Our LINUX syllabus includes installation, booting, scripting, automating, kernel and also the platform interoperability with other OS like UNIX and Windows and lot more. For the detailed LINUX course syllabus, please check below.
Usually, our LINUX training sessions are scheduled during weekday mornings (7AM – 10AM), weekday evenings (7PM – 9:30PM) and weekends (flexible timings). We do provide LINUX classroom course and LINUX online course, both on weekdays and weekends based upon the student’s preferred time slots.
You will surely enhance your technical skills and confidence via this LINUX training. Our connections and networks in the job market will help you to achieve your dream job easily. Compared to other training institutes, we are offering the best LINUX training course in Marathahalli, Bangalore, where you can get the best LINUX training and placement guidance for reasonable and affordable cost.
Linux Training in Marathahalli Syllabus
1. Getting accquainted with Linux
- Logging in-out
- Brief History
- Unix Flavours
- Linux distros
2. Linux/Unix Architecture
- Concept of Multiuser-multitasking
- Architectural view
- Unix command structure
- Getting help
- Combining the commands
3. Using Linux/Unix
- Frequently used commands and utilities
- Ls , cat ,cd ,mkdir ,rmdir,touch ,grep etc
- User commands – who ,who am i etc
- IO redirection and piping ( stdin ,stdout,stderr, tee)
- Concept of Users and groups
- User access privileges
- Superuser and permissions
- Password files
- Filesytem concept
- Unix ‘s File/dir hierarchy
- Filesystem types
- Creating and mounting filesystem
- Filesystem related command
- Configuration files
5. Handling Files & directories
- Creation, deletion
- Compressing/decompressing files
6. Networking Utilities
- Ping, ifconfig, ssh, scp etc
- Starting and stopping networking services
- Network configuration files
7. Application Installation on Unix
- Package formats and installation
8. Booting Linux
- Boot order
- Run levels and rc scripts
- Configuration files for booting
- Installation & configuration of Linux
- Getting updates
Linux Interview Questions
1.Which account is created on Linux installation?
2.Which daemon tracks events on your system?
3.Which command would you use if you want to remove the password assigned to a group?
4.You wish to print a file ‘draft’ with 60 lines to a page. What command would you use?
5.Which file would you examine to determine the levels of messages written to system log files?
6.You are logged on as a regular user. Without logging off and logging on as root, you are required to create a new user account immediately. How would you do it?
7.You are required to restore the file memo.ben. It was backed up in the tar file MyBackup.tar. Which command would you use to do it?
8.What is partial backup?
9.What is the fastest way to enter a series of commands from the command-line?
10What are the qualities of soft links?
11.Differentiate between Cron and Anacron.
12.What is an INODE?
13.Which command is used to check the number of files and disk space used and
the each user’s defined quota?
14.What is the name and path of the main system log?
15.How secured is Linux? Explain.
16.Can Linux computer be made a router so that several machines may share a
17.What is the minimum number of partitions that you need to install Linux?
18.Which command is used to review boot messages?
19.Which utility is used to make automate rotation of a log?
20.What are the partitions created on the mail server hard drive?
21.What are the fields in the/etc/passwd file?
22.Which commands are used to set a processor-intensive job to use less CPU time?
23.How to change window manager by editing your home directory?
24.How documentation of an application is stored?
25.How shadow passwords are given?
26.How do you create a new user account?
27.Which password package is installed for the security of central password?
28.Which shell do you assign to a POP3 mail-only account?
29.Which daemon is responsible for tracking events on Linux system?
30.Which daemon is used for scheduling of the commands?
31.How environment variable is set so that the file permission can be automatically set to the newly created files?