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Lecture notes for RHSCA certification for RHEL 7

News  Notes on RHCSA Certification for RHEL 7 Recommended links Lecture notes for RHCSA certification for RHEL 7 RHEL7 documentation The tar pit of Red Hat overcomplexity Systemd Unix History with some Emphasis on Scripting Red Hat history
Understanding and using essential tools Access a shell prompt and issue commands with correct syntax Finding Help Managing files in RHEL Working with hard and soft links Working with archives and compressed files Using the Midnight Commander as file manager Text files processing Using redirection and pipes
Use grep and extended regular expressions to analyze text files Finding files and directories; mass operations on files Connecting to the server via ssh, using multiple consoles and screen command RHCSA: Managing local users and groups RHCSA: Introduction to Unix permissions model Introduction to Process Management Configuring network in RHEL7 Installation and configuration of KVM in RHEL7  
Managing Software Packages with yum and rpm Using yum Using rpm            
          Sysadmin Horror Stories Tips Humor Etc

NOTE: The plan of lectures and content of some of them are based on Sander van Vugt   2015 book  Red Hat RHCSA-RHCE 7 Cert Guide Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 (EX200 and EX300) (Certification Guide)

RHCSA: Understanding and using essential tools

RHCSA: Managing local users and groups

RHCSA: Introduction to Unix permissions model

Introduction to Process Management

Networking Fundamentals

Understanding RHEL 7 KVM-based virtualization

Managing Software Packages

Scheduling tasks using at and cron


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[Apr 18, 2019] Scheduling tasks using at and cron

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[Mar 28, 2019] Managing Software Packages with yum and rpm

[Mar 18, 2019] Understanding RHEL 7 KVM-based virtualization

[Mar 11, 2019] Introduction to Process Management

[Mar 04, 2019] Networking Fundamentals

[Feb 18, 2019] RHCSA: Managing local users and groups

[Feb 11, 2019] RHCSA: Understanding and using essential tools

[Feb 25, 2018 ] RHCSA: Introduction to Unix permissions model

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