Posted in Certification, Linux, Red Hat

Red Hat Certified Technician

  • Prerequisite Skills
    • Using Standard Command Line Tools
    • Processing Text Streams and Files
    • Running a Terminal-based Text Editor
    • Managing Input/Output Redirection
    • Working with Basic TCP/IP Addressing
    • Running su & passwd
    • Working with tar, gzip, & bzip2v
    • Configuring Email & Web Clients
    • Working with lftp
  • Installing Linux
    • Preparing to Install
    • First Steps
    • Partition Options
    • Configuring File Systems
    • Configuring Software RAID
    • GRUB Configuration
    • Network Configuration
    • Package Groups
    • Configure & Troubleshoot While You Wait
  • System & Service Initialization
    • Understanding the Boot Process
    • Troubleshooting GRUB
    • Loading Kernels & Modules
    • Running the First Process & inittab
    • More on /etc/inittab
    • Controlling how Services Start
    • Shutdown & Reboot
  • Configuring Kernel Services & Modules
    • Managing Modules
    • Configuring with /proc & sysctl.conf
    • Finding Detected Hardware
    • Controlling & Monitoring Processes
  • Managing Filesystems
    • Partition Management
    • Creating Filesystems with Journals & More
    • Filesystem Attributes
    • Mounting in /etc/fstab
    • Automounting
    • Filesystem Management Commands
  • Configuring Network Devices
    • Detecting Network Devices
    • Working with Network Status Commands
    • Running Network Configuration Commands
    • Deciphering Network Configuration Files Pt.1
    • Deciphering Network Configuration Files Pt.2
    • Network Client Tools (DHCP/route/DNS)
  • Package Management & Kickstart
    • Understanding The Red Hat Package Manager
    • Understanding yum & Dependency Resolution
    • Correctly Upgrading Kernels
    • Using RPM Command Features
    • Setting up Kickstart
  • User Administration
    • Creating New Users
    • Managing Password Aging
    • Using Login Shells
    • Managing Groups
    • Configuring a Special Group
    • Running sudo & su
    • Understanding Network User Databases
    • Managing File Permissions
    • Managing File Ownership
    • Understanding Access Control Lists
    • Troubleshooting Security Enhanced Linux
  • Printing & Administration Tools
    • Understanding CUPS
    • Controlling cron & crontab
    • Making syslog he|p your Logs
    • Backing Up Locally & Remotely Pt.1
    • Backing Up Locally & Remotely Pt.2
  • The X Window System
    • Understanding X Server/X Client Relationship
    • Using X Clients & Remote X Sessions
    • Configuring the X Window Graphically
    • Configuring X With Text Commands
    • Understanding the X Configuration File
  • Advanced Filesystem Management
    • Configuring Software RAID
    • Recovering a Software RAID Volume
    • Creating Logical Volumes
    • Converting LVM1 to LVM2 & Resizing
    • Limiting Users by Quota
  • Troubleshooting
    • Reviewing the Scientific Method
    • Troubleshooting the X Window
    • Troubleshooting Networking
    • Booting Differently
    • Using the Rescue Environment
  • Troubleshooting & System Maintenance
    • Boot Systems Into Different Runlevels
    • Solve Network Configuration Problems
    • Work Through Hostname Resolution Problems
    • Set up the X Window
    • Configure a Desktop Environment
    • Add New Partitions/Filesystems & Swap
    • Troubleshooting at the Command Line
  • Installation & Configuration
    • Install over a Network
    • Set up your own Partitions
    • Install & Configure Printers
    • Schedule Tasks Using cron & at
    • Connect to a Network Directory Service
    • Work with the Automounter
    • Users/Groups/Quotas & File Access Control Lists
    • Configuring Permissions for Collaboration
    • Install & Update RPMs
    • Properly Update the Kernel Package
    • Remote Repositories Using yum or pup
    • Modify the System Bootloader
    • Implement Software RAID
    • Managing Kernel Run-time Parameters
    • Scripting to Automate System Maintenance

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