RH190 Red Hat Command Line Skills
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Graphical user interface (GUI) administration tools will not be addressed in this course. Students seeking their RHCSA certificaiton who are interested in command-line administration skills should attend this course followed by our RHCSA Rapid Track (RH200) course. Note - Students requiring basic GUI administration skills should attend our System Administration I (RH124) course instead. RH190 should NOT be taken as a prerequisite to our System Administration I (RH124) or System Administration II with RHCSA Exam (RH135) courses.
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Accessing the command line (1 topic)
- Access the command line locally and remotely; obtain administrative privileges.
Managing files from the command line (1 topic)
- Explore the Linux file system hierarchy; use path names; manage files and directories.
Getting help in a textual environment (1 topic)
- Access Linux documentation
Intermediate command-line tools (1 topic)
- Use hard and symbolic links; archive and compress files, and send them to a remote system; use vim to edit text files.
Regular expressions, pipelines, and I/O redirection (1 topic)
- Use regular expressions to search for patterns; redirect output and use pipelines to combine commands.
Managing user accounts (1 topic)
- Manage local user and group accounts, and manage passwords
Controlling access to files (1 topic)
- Manage file ownerships and permissions.
Managing processes (1 topic)
- Manage process scheduling.
Installing and managing software (1 topic)
- Manage software.
Managing installed services (1 topic)
- Manage installed services.
Installing Linux graphically (1 topic)
- Install a Linux workstation.
Managing virtual machines (1 topic)
- Manage virtual machines
Previous exposure to command-line system administration is beneficial.