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Mr. Musabuddin syed

#201, Sree Swathi Anukar, Beside Aditya Trade Center, Ameerpet, Hyderabad-38. Ph. 04042218546, Mobile: 9347632617,


About Kernel: Kernel being into Services, Solutions, Consulting and

Learning Services in infrastructure technologies, has deep understanding of both technology and business processes and is competent of effectively aligning people, processes, data and technology. Kernel supports organizations of every kind to reach the next level of service excellence through infrastructure technologies services from global Enterprises to small/medium business corporations; Kernel provides effective technology and consulting services in infrastructure space. Kernel consists of accomplished IT consultants and management experts, with 700000 man-hours of experience, has competency in architecture, development and administrative solutions and services within infrastructure horizon. Kernel believes in business based on trust, collaboration, candor and mutual respect and assures partners and clients of progressive business growth.

Lab Infrastructure:

Our Lab is fully equipped with latest infrastructure with Power 6 and IBM X-series dual Xeon Based servers, EMC clarion, Netapp Unified Storage, Brocade FC switches, Cisco FC switches, Cisco L4 switch, and all the servers are integrated with SAN. All the servers are monitored by Nagios monitoring agent with OTRS ticketing system. All the students will have an individual access to the servers through thin clients remotely. Students will be exposed to the real time scenarios through which they can get good exposure on the subject. To help the student in their practical sessions, there will be lab faculties available all the time.


Introduction to Linux
History of UNIX & Linux Basic Concepts of Operating System File System of Linux Creating, Removing, Copying, Moving files & Directories File Permissions Soft link & Hard links Introduction to VIM Basic VIM workflow Using Grep Pipelines & Redirections Basic Regular Expressions Installation of Linux Graphically Kick Start Installation Network Installation (using ftp, NFS & HTTP) Combining kickstart & NIW installation Complete auto matool installation SAN Boot from EMC CLARiiON Creating & Deleting Users Modifying Users Profile Files related to User Administration Creating & Removing Groups Adding & Removing Users to Groups L1 /L2 task in real time Applying File System Access Control List (ACL) Restricting a particular user to use a file or directory Making a partion acl unabled Basic SELinux Security Concepts KERNEL TECHNOLOGIES


Intermediate Command Line tools

Regular Expressions, Pipelines & I/O Redirections

Linux Installation

User & Group Administration

Controlling Access to Files

Managing SELinux

SELinux Models Display & Modify SELinux Models Display & Modify SELinux File Context

Managing Partitions & File Systems Diff type of FS like ext3,ext4,vfat etc

Simple Partition & File System Enabling Data Privacy with Partition Encryption Managing Swap Space Increasing & Decreasing swap spaces Mounting a File system & Making it Permanent Integrating Linux with NetApp, SAN How to work with SAN FC & iSCSI-SAN(IP SAN) Disk iSCSI on Linux to get disk from NetApp Components of LVM Implementation of LVM Storage Creating Volume Groups & Logical Volumes Extend a Logical Volume Extending & reducing a Volume Group Performing LVM Graphically FS Related issues in Real time Introduction to Networking Understanding Network Configuration Files Assigning IP Address
Troubleshooting, configuring Router as gateway & connecting to network

Logical Volume Management

Network Configuration & Trouble Shooting

IP-aliasing Nic-Bonding Using Cron jobs Using At Jobs Restricting Users from using Cron jobs Real time usage of corn, various examples

Job Automation

Network File Services (NFS) Demons and workflow of NFS demons

Configuring NFS server Mounting NFS Directory on Clients KERNEL TECHNOLOGIES

Auto mounting NFS Real time issues in NFS

DNS Server
Configuring DNS Server Adding clients to DNS Server Client side configuration Configure send mail MX record in DNS

Mail Server

DHCP Server Proxy Server VNC Server

Configuring VNC Creating user access through VNC Logging into server through VNC client

File Transfer Protocol (FTP)

Using FTP Configuring FTP for anonymous users Configuring FTP for upload files Configuring FTP for Downloading files Restricting Users for FTP

SAMBA Server
Configuring SAMBA service for file sharing with Windows Connecting SAMBA server from Windows Client

Web Server
Configuring Apache web server Redirecting the website Virtual web hosting Port Based web hosting


Name based web hosting

Managing Process
Monitoring Processes Terminating & Governing Processes Setting up Priority of the Process Lisage of Top command

Boot Process
Boot Process Repairing Boot Issues Real time Boot issues

Recovering Root Password Dealing with SE Linux to recover root password

Recovering the Super user Password Recovering Boot Loader

Managing Installed Services Starting , stopping , reloading & refreshing service

Managing Services Confirm Service Availability Making service enabled & disabled or various run levels

Accessing a Remote System

Using SSH Generating Keys Copying Pub Keys using ssh-copyid command Password Less Logging between two Systems Usage of SSH in real time

Enhanced User Security

Configuring SUDO Limiting SUDO Users Checking logs of SUDO users, Real time issues & usage.

Disabling USB & CD Rom Drivers

Blacklisting & Disabling USB KERNEL TECHNOLOGIES

Blacklisting & Disabling CD-Rom

Backup & Restore

Backing up data using tar Applying gzip on tar file Uncompressing tar and gzip files

Installing Software
Using rmp command Using yum command creating yum repository configuring yum server configuring yum clients

Installing Power path Software

To deal with SAN Disks How disk are handled in Power Path Multipath & load balancing concept Real time issues IP tablets rules IP tablets chains Creating a rule Deleting a rule

IP Tablets

Resume Preparation Placement Assistance


Pre-Requisite Duration

Basic UNIX 5 Days

Course Duration

LINUX 35 Days Basic UNIX

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Course Fee: 4,000/-

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