Users, Groups, & Environment Variables

Linux    |    Intermediate
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The Linux shell can be used for a large number of administrative tasks. Examine how to use the shell to manage users and groups, automate tasks, and configure the localization and time zone properties of a Linux system.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • perform basic user management including adding, modifying, and removing user accounts
    perform basic group management including adding, modifying, and removing groups
    describe how users and groups are managed and configured
    create and configure special purpose and limited access accounts
    describe the files and basic configuration of cron
    create a new cron job
  • create and manage AT jobs
    configure user access to cron and AT services
    describe the usage and basic configuration of Anacron
    configure localization settings and environment variables
    configure timezone settings and environment variables

IN THIS COURSE

  • Playable
    1.  Adding, Modifying, and Removing Users
    5m 2s
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    2.  Adding, Modifying, and Removing Groups
    3m 43s
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    3.  Managing User and Group Information
    3m 18s
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    4.  Creating and Managing Special and Limited Accounts
    3m 7s
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    5.  Introducing Cron Jobs
    2m 12s
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    6.  Adding Cron Jobs
    6m 31s
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    7.  Adding and Managing AT Jobs
    3m 48s
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    8.  Configuring User Access to Cron and AT Services
    3m 52s
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    9.  Configuring Anacron
    2m 41s
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    10.  Configuring Locale Settings and Environment Variables
    2m 41s
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    11.  Configuring Timezone Settings and Environment Variables
    4m 44s

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