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  • Author: kityvn
  • Date: 10-01-2015, 08:15
10-01-2015, 08:15

RHCE 6 EX300

Category: Tutorials

Description

The performance-based Red Hat Certified Engineer Exam (EX300) tests to determine if your knowledge, skill, and ability meet those required of a senior system administrator responsible for Red Hat Enterprise Linux systems. Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA) certification is required to earn RHCE certification.
Table of Contents
Welcome
00:01:02
What This Course Will Cover
00:01:27
System Prerequisites
00:02:03
Prerequisites
00:02:16
Getting Started
00:04:07
Disk Partitioning
00:03:10
Network Configuration
00:03:55
Software Selection
00:02:51
Server vs. Desktop
00:03:21
Program Shortcuts
00:05:03
System Management
00:05:11
Preferences
00:05:29
Accessibility
00:02:12
Shutting Down and Logging Out
00:02:20
Accessing the Shell
00:02:51
Redirection
00:04:33
Grep and Regular Expressions
00:04:56
Remote Access
00:03:49
Logging In and Switching Users
00:05:36
Archives and Compression
00:06:18
Creating and Editing Text Files
00:07:29
File Management
00:05:03
Permissions
00:05:38
Locating Files
00:02:31
System Documentation
00:03:13
Boot / Reboot / Shutdown
00:04:21
Booting Into Different Runlevels
00:04:25
Using Single User Mode
00:03:25
Processes: System Utilization
00:05:52
Process Priorities
00:04:14
Killing Processes
00:05:47
System Logs
00:05:17
System Console
00:01:36
Virtual Machines
00:05:48
Managing Network Services
00:04:01
Partition Management Using Fdisk
00:04:44
Partition Management Using Cfdisk
00:03:46
Physical Volumes
00:03:23
Volume Groups
00:04:37
Logical Volume Manager
00:04:01
Luks-Encrypted Filesystems
00:05:06
Mount by UUID
00:04:13
Adding New Partitions
00:05:17
Create and Mount File Systems
00:05:36
Mount and Unmount Encrypted File Systems
00:02:22
Managing Network File Systems
00:06:16
Automatic Mounting of File Systems
00:06:35
Extending Ext4 File Systems
00:03:28
Setgid Directories
00:03:02
Access Control Lists
00:03:13
File Permission Problems
00:05:06
NFS
00:06:12
Configure Networking
00:04:45
Hostname Resolution
00:05:11
Using Cron
00:05:09
Booting to Runlevels Automatically
00:02:16
Using Kickstart
00:03:10
Allowing Virtual Guests
00:01:52
Installing RHEL as a Virtual Guest
00:03:03
Launching Virtual Systems at Boot
00:01:53
Network Services Running at Boot
00:06:17
Running a Web Server
00:08:34
Running a Default FTP Server
00:04:11
Installing Red Hat Packages
00:02:17
Updating Red Hat Packages
00:04:28
Creating a Repository
00:06:35
Updating the Kernel
00:04:38
Making Boot Loader Changes
00:04:43
Creating and Deleting Users
00:04:15
Making Changes to Users
00:03:27
Changing Passwords and Password Aging
00:04:49
Creating and Deleting Groups
00:02:15
Changing Membership in Groups
00:03:02
Using LDAP
00:03:22
Iptables
00:03:55
Managing Firewalls
00:04:29
Selinux Enforcing and Permissive Modes
00:02:22
Selinux File and Process Context
00:03:19
Restore Default File Contexts
00:03:28
Modifying System Selinux Settings
00:04:20
Diagnosing Selinux Policy Violations
00:04:06
Network Address Translation
00:03:34
Configuration of Static Routes
00:03:40
Kernel Runtime Parameters
00:02:31
Building RPMs
00:03:32
iSCSI Initiator
00:03:56
System Utilization Reports
00:02:47
Automating System Maintenance Tasks
00:02:13
Remote Logging
00:05:23
Network Services
00:01:40
Course Wrap Up
00:01:25
Next Steps
00:02:50
About the Author
00:01:41

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