Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA): EX200: Red Hat Certified Systems Administrator

  • 28 Courses | 21h 32m 43s
  • 3 Books | 33h 55m
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Explore the core system administration skills required in Red Hat Enterprise Linux environments as you prepare for the RHCSA certification.

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Configuring Gnome

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Configuring Gnome
Gnome is one of the most used interfaces in Red Hat Enterprise 7 for managing the system. Let's look at the Gnome environment and how to configure some of its properties.
12 videos | 45m
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Using the Bash Shell
The Bash shell is one of the most used interfaces in Red Hat Enterprise 7. Learn how to use the Bash shell command-line environment to help you manage the system.
7 videos | 35m
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Using Linux Shells
There are shells other than the Bash shell that can be used to help you administer a Red Hat Enterprise 7 system. Let's explore how to work with the Red Hat Linux shells to aid in your administration tasks.
6 videos | 30m
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File Management
When administering a Linux system, the command-line interface can be a useful tool. Learn some of the more powerful features of the shell including how to use one command as input into another, and how to create and edit files.
13 videos | 55m
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Bash Scripting
Get the most out the command-line interface in Linux. Here we look at how to create, execute, and control Bash scripts, and use the shell environment and shell variables.
4 videos | 19m
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Archiving
You can use the command-line interface in Linux to aid in administering a Linux system. Let's look at various methods available for archiving files in Red Hat.
8 videos | 31m
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Package Management
A common task for Linux administrators is the management of Red Hat packages. Let's look at how to install, update, and maintain software packages in Linux.
9 videos | 33m
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User & Group Management
Controlling who can access your Linux system is something that most administrators must know how to do. Here you learn how to manage users and groups in Linux.
12 videos | 45m
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File Permissions
Linux administrators can include additional security by controlling which users have access to which files. Discover how to manage Red Hat file permissions for both individual users and groups.
7 videos | 38m
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Using grep
You can use grep in Red Hat to search text or files for lines containing a match to the given strings or words. Here you learn about regular expressions and how to use the grep command.
5 videos | 24m
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Bash Script Programming
An advanced task that an administrator of a Linux system may be required to perform is scripting. Here we cover the basics of Bash script programming, including how to write and use scripts.
6 videos | 28m
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Job Scheduling
Job scheduling is fundamental to advanced administration of a Linux system. Here you will learn how to work with and schedule jobs, and how to schedule your own scripts.
11 videos | 1h 4m
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Processes, Services, & Daemons
A Linux administrator must know how to manipulate and manage processes. Introduce yourself to processes, services, and daemons, and how to manage them in Linux.
11 videos | 57m
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Networking
Network configuration is a task that a Linux administrator must be able to perform. Let's look at basic networking terminology and devices, and how to configure basic networking on a Linux system.
7 videos | 36m
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