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Red Hat Certified Technician (R.H.C.T.) and Red Hat Certified Engineer (R.H.C.E.) are performances based tests that calculate definite capability on live systems. R.H.C.T. is the initial step in setting up Linux credentials and is an idyllic certification for those transitioning from non-UNIX/Linux environments.
R.H.C.E., called the "crown jewel of Linux certification," verifies an individual's capability to arrange networking services and security on servers that run on a Red Hat OS. R.H.C.E. was lately named the hottest certification in all of I.T. by CertCities.com
• Understand the Linux files systems
* Ordinary maintenance task
* Usage of and customizing the G.N.O.M.E. Interfaces
* Issuing Essentials Linux commands from the command-line
* Perform ordinary tasks using G.N.O.M.E. and G.U.I.
* Opening, editing, and Saving texts documents by use of the vi editor
* File Accessing permission
* Customizing X-Windows Systems
* Regular expression patterns matching and Input / Output re-direction
* Installing, upgrading, deleting and querying packages on the system
* Network utilization for the users
* Powers of user utilities
RH-133 System Administration
• Installing Red Hat Enterprise Linux interactively and with Kick-start.
* Controlling general system hardware, administrator Linux print sub-system
* Creating and maintaining the Linux file system.
* Performing users and group-administration.
* Integrating a work-station with an accessible network.
* Configuring a work-station as a customer to N.I.S., D.N.S. and D.H.C.P. services.
* Automatic tasks with at, cron and anacron.
* Backing-up files systems to tape and tar archivements.
* Manipulating software package with R.P.M.
* Configuring the X-Windows System and the G.N.O.M.E. desktop-environment .
* Performing basic-performance, memory and process-management.
* Configuring basic host security.
RH-253 Red Hat Linux Networking & Security Administration
* Security administration by use of Red Hat Enterprise Linux
* Introducing to Security
* Develop a Secured Policy
* Local Safety Files and file system security
* Basic elements of firewall
* Red Hat Enterprise Linux-based safety equipments
* Respond to a break-in attempt
* Safety sources and techniques Overview of O.S.S. security equipments