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Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE)

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17/03/2014
What I would highlight Excellent examples during theory explanations. The trainer is very patient in solving concerns of each participant.

Would you recommend this course? Yes.
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12/03/2014
What I would highlight I am satisfied with the training course; this would really help.

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What you'll learn on the course

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Course programme

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  • Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE)
    • Module 01 - Introduction
      • 1.1 Welcome
      • 1.2 What This Course Will Cover
      • 1.3 System Prerequisites
      • 1.4 Prerequisites
    • Module 02 - Installation
      • 2.1 Getting Started
      • 2.2 Disk Partitioning
      • 2.3 Network Configuration
      • 2.4 Software Selection
      • 2.5 Server vs. Desktop
    • Module 03 - Gnome Desktop Tour
      • 3.1 Program Shortcuts
      • 3.2 System Management
      • 3.3 Preferences
      • 3.4 Accessibility
      • 3.5 Shutting Down and Logging Out
    • Module 04 - Essential Tools
      • 4.1 Accessing the Shell
      • 4.2 Redirection
      • 4.3 Grep and Regular Expressions
      • 4.4 Remote Access
      • 4.5 Logging In and Switching Users
      • 4.6 Archives and Compression
      • 4.7 Creating and Editing Text Files
      • 4.8 File Management
      • 4.9 Permissions
      • 4.10 Locating Files
      • 4.11 System Documentation
    • Module 05 - Operating a Running System
      • 5.1 Boot/Reboot/Shutdown
      • 5.2 Booting Into Different Runlevels
      • 5.3 Using Single User Mode
      • 5.4 Processes: System Utilization
      • 5.5 Process Priorities
      • 5.6 Killing Processes
      • 5.7 System Logs
      • 5.8 System Console
      • 5.9 Virtual Machines
      • 5.10 Managing Network Services
    • Module 06 - Local Storage
      • 6.1 Partition Management Using Fdisk
      • 6.2 Partition Management Using Cfdisk
      • 6.3 Physical Volumes
      • 6.4 Volume Groups
      • 6.5 Logical Volume Manager
      • 6.6 Luks-Encrypted Filesystems
      • 6.7 Mount by UUID
      • 6.8 Adding New Partitions
    • Module 07 - File Systems
      • 7.1 Create and Mount File Systems
      • 7.2 Mount and Unmount Encrypted File Systems
      • 7.3 Managing Network File Systems
      • 7.4 Automatic Mounting of File Systems
      • 7.5 Extending Ext 4 File Systems
      • 7.6 Setgid Directories
      • 7.7 Access Control Lists
      • 7.8 File Permission Problems
      • 7.9 NFS
    • Module 08 - System Maintenance
      • 8.1 Configure Networking
      • 8.2 Hostname Resolution
      • 8.3 Using Cron
      • 8.4 Booting to Runlevels Automatically
      • 8.5 Using Kickstart
      • 8.6 Allowing Virtual Guests
      • 8.7 Installing RHEL as a Virtual Guest
      • 8.8 Launching Virtual Systems at Boot
      • 8.9 Network Services Running at Boot
      • 8.10 Running a Web Server
      • 8.11 Running a Default FTP Server
      • 8.12 Installing Red Hat Packages
      • 8.13 Updating Red Hat Packages
      • 8.14 Creating a Repository
      • 8.15 Updating the Kernel
      • 8.16 Making Boot Loader Changes
    • Module 09 - Users and Groups
      • 9.1 Creating and Deleting Users
      • 9.2 Making Changes to Users
      • 9.3 Changing Passwords and Password Aging
      • 9.4 Creating and Deleting Groups
      • 9.5 Changing Membership in Groups
      • 9.6 Using LDAP
    • Module 10 - Security
      • 10.1 Iptables
      • 10.2 Managing Firewalls
      • 10.3 Selinux Enforcing and Permissive Modes
      • 10.4 Selinux File and Process Context
      • 10.5 Restore Default File Contexts
      • 10.6 Modifying System Selinux Settings
      • 10.7 Diagnosing Selinux Policy Violations
    • Module 11 - Advanced Topics
      • 11.1 Network Address Translation
      • 11.2 Configuration of Static Routes
      • 11.3 Kernel Runtime Parameters
      • 11.4 Building RPMs
      • 11.5 iSCSI Initiator
      • 11.6 System Utilization Reports
      • 11.7 Automating System Maintenance Tasks
      • 11.8 Remote Logging
      • 11.9 Network Services
    • Module 12 - Conclusion
      • 12.1 Course Wrap Up
      • 12.2 Next Steps
    • Module 13 - Credits
      • 13.1 About the Author

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