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what is Linux?

It is a name that broadly denotes a family of free and open source software operating systems built around the Linux kernel and it is packaged in a form known as a Linux distribution for both desktop and server use.

In the 1990s, Microsoft Windows dominated the market for desktop computers. Linux, however, is a competitor for desktop operating systems.

All IT Giants like IBM, Oracle and Red hat have moved on to Linux world as it will undertake the IT soon. As a matter of fact, most of them started to implement their servers to Linux for cost effective and customized solutions. However, Linux skills are in high demand among IT employers. At the same time, System administrators always have high demand and good pay in job market.

Nevertheless, average salary for a Linux System Administrator is Rs 353,359 per year.

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More Benefits

Full access

Of Course, Access to the source code is probably the single most significant difference between Linux and other OS. It’s important to realize that you can download the source code and change it any way you like.

License freedom

In a Linux GPL licensed operating system, you are free to modify that software and even republish or sell it (so long as you make the code available). Also with the GPL, you can download a single copy of a Linux distribution and install it on as many machines as you like.

Online peer support

And furthermore, You have the support of a huge community via forums, online search, and plenty of dedicated Web sites.

Command line

On the other hand,Command line will always be an invaluable tool for administration purposes.

Centralized application installation

Similarly, Linux offers one of the easiest installations of all operating systems. In fact, most versions of it offer what is called a Live distribution – which means you run the operating system from either a CD/DVD or USB flash drive without making any changes to your hard drive. On the positive side, You get the full functionality without having to commit to the installation.

Multilayered run levels

Additionally in Linux Systems, run levels are operational levels that describe the state of the system with respect to what services are available.

On Linux systems that use run level 3 to share file systems with other systems, it easy to start or stop file system sharing without changing anything about the system but the run level. Changing run level from 2 to 3 would allow the file systems to be shared. Another important thing to remember is that Changing the run level from 3 to 2 would disable sharing.

Even in run level 3, You can install a tool to help you out and different run levels is helpful in another way. Say the machine in question is a Web or mail server. You want to give it all the memory you have, so you don’t want the machine to boot into run level 5.

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Linux Training in Chennai Course Syllabus

Introduction:

  • Command line interface (CLI)
  • Linux distribution
  • Welcome to Linux
  • The Gnu Linux Connection
  • The Heritage of Linux
  • What is so good about linux?
  • why it is different from other operating systems?
  • Overview of Linux
  • Additional Features of Linux

The Linux Operating System:

  • Overview
  • Log In
  • Work with the Shell
  • Curb Your Power: Superuser Access
  • Linux Documentation
  • More About Log In

Command Line Utilities:

  • Special Characters
  • Basic Utilities
  • Linux filters
  • Work with Files
  • |(Pipe): Communicate Between Processes
  • Four More Utilities
  • Compress and Archive Files
  • Locate Commands
  • Obtain User and System Information
  • Communicate with Other Users
  • Email

Linux File system:

  • The Hierarchical File system
  • Directory and Ordinary Files
  • Work with Directories
  • Touch
  • Access permissions
  • Links

Learn Basics:

  • The Command Line
  • Standard Input and Standard Output
  • Run a Program in the Background
  • File name Generation/Path name Expansion
  • Built ins

The Editors

Vim Editor

  • What is it about?
  • Create and Edit a File with vim
  • compatible Parameter
  • Introduction to vim Features
  • Command Mode: Move the Cursor
  • Input Mode
  • Command Mode: Delete and Change Text
  • Search and Substitute
  • Miscellaneous Commands
  • Yank, Put, and Delete Commands
  • Read and Write Files
  • Set Parameters
  • Advanced Editing Techniques

The emacs Editor

  • History
  • Get Started with emacs
  • Basic Edit Commands
  • Advanced Edit
  • Language sensitive Edit

Shells

Bourne Again Shell:

  • Background
  • Shell Basics
  • Parameters and Variables
  • Processes
  • History
  • Aliases
  • Functions
  • Control bash Features and Options
  • Process the Command Line

The Tc Shell

  • Assignment statement

Linux Training in Chennai.

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Linux Training in Chennai Course Syllabus

Introduction:

  • Command line interface (CLI)
  • Linux distribution
  • Welcome to Linux
  • The Gnu Linux Connection
  • The Heritage of Linux
  • What is so good about linux?
  • why it is different from other operating systems?
  • Overview of Linux
  • Additional Features of Linux

The Linux Operating System:

  • Overview
  • Log In
  • Work with the Shell
  • Curb Your Power: Superuser Access
  • Linux Documentation
  • More About Log In

Command Line Utilities:

  • Special Characters
  • Basic Utilities
  • Linux filters
  • Work with Files
  • |(Pipe): Communicate Between Processes
  • Four More Utilities
  • Compress and Archive Files
  • Locate Commands
  • Obtain User and System Information
  • Communicate with Other Users
  • Email

Linux File system:

  • The Hierarchical File system
  • Directory and Ordinary Files
  • Work with Directories
  • Touch
  • Access permissions
  • Links

Learn Basics:

  • The Command Line
  • Standard Input and Standard Output
  • Run a Program in the Background
  • File name Generation/Path name Expansion
  • Built ins

The Editors

Vim Editor

  • What is it about?
  • Create and Edit a File with vim
  • compatible Parameter
  • Introduction to vim Features
  • Command Mode: Move the Cursor
  • Input Mode
  • Command Mode: Delete and Change Text
  • Search and Substitute
  • Miscellaneous Commands
  • Yank, Put, and Delete Commands
  • Read and Write Files
  • Set Parameters
  • Advanced Editing Techniques

The emacs Editor

  • History
  • Get Started with emacs
  • Basic Edit Commands
  • Advanced Edit
  • Language sensitive Edit

Shells

Bourne Again Shell:

  • Background
  • Shell Basics
  • Parameters and Variables
  • Processes
  • History
  • Aliases
  • Functions
  • Control bash Features and Options
  • Process the Command Line

The Tc Shell

  • Assignment statement

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