RHEL 8/CentOS 8 Linux System Administration (RHCSA) Class One | Mustafa Mahmoud | Skillshare

RHEL 8/CentOS 8 Linux System Administration (RHCSA) Class One

Mustafa Mahmoud, Experienced Network and Computer Systems

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13 Lessons (1h 49m)
    • 1. RHEL 8 and CentOS 8 Linux System Administration RHCSA Level I Promo Video

      2:44
    • 2. 00 RHEL 8 CentOS 8 Linux System Administration RHCSA Class One Overview

      3:41
    • 3. 01 Linux System Administration Intro

      3:50
    • 4. 02 CentOS vs RHEL

      3:13
    • 5. 03 VirtualBox Download and Install

      3:38
    • 6. 04 Creating CentOS 8 Virtual Machine

      3:40
    • 7. 05 CentOS 8 Download and Install

      26:11
    • 8. 06 CentOS 8 (GNOME) GUI Skills

      16:50
    • 9. 07 Starting a Terminal Window

      5:38
    • 10. 08 Centos 8 Virtual Consoles

      3:09
    • 11. 09 The Shell Basics

      16:11
    • 12. 10 The Quick Start Commands

      15:39
    • 13. 11 The Shell Special Keys

      4:50

About This Class

RHEL 8/CentOS 8 Linux System Administration (RHCSA) Class One

In this class you will learn:

  • Linux system administration introduction.

  • The Linux system administrator's major duties.

  • The main differences between CentOS and RHEL.

RHEL 8 / CentOS 8 Linux Administrator Essential Skills Part I which will include:

  • VirtualBox Download and Install.

  • Creating CentOS 8 Virtual Machine.

  • CentOS 8 Download and Install.

  • CentOS 8 installation requirements.

  • Using Automatic Storage configuration.

  • UsingĀ  Custom Storage configuration.

  • LVM Partition scheme.

  • Adding new mount points 'partitions'.

  • The XFS file system.

  • Adjusting the resolution to view a full-resolution CentOS VM on your computer.

  • Linux systems basic modes.

  • CentOS 8 Graphical user interface.

  • Connecting to the system using graphical mode.

  • Visual overview of GNOME 3.

  • The top bar.

  • The system menu in the top bar.

  • Activities button overview.

  • Starting applications.

  • Workspaces.

  • Switching between workspaces.

  • Launching an application in a separate workspace.

  • Launching an application in a new workspace.

  • Quickly running a command.

  • Application menu.

  • Clock and calendar button.

  • New Boxes features.

  • The System menu.

  • Locking the screen.

  • Switching users.

  • Suspending the computer.

  • Powering off the computer.

  • Switching between windows.

  • The difference between terminal and shell.

  • Launching the terminal window.

  • The terminal window command prompt.

  • Checking your hostname '$HOSTNAME'.

  • Switching to root user.

  • Disconnecting from the system in graphical mode.

  • Centos 8 Virtual Consoles.

  • The text mode login screen.

  • Logging in using a virtual console.

  • The tty command.

  • The logout command.

  • The Shell Basics.

  • The bash shell.

  • The shell commands basic parts.

  • The shell alias.

  • Bash builtin commands.

  • The external commands.

  • The $PATH environmental variable.

  • The which command.

  • The echo command.

  • The env command.

  • Changing directories in the PATH variable.

  • The export command.

  • The environment configuration files.

  • The /etc/profile, /etc/bashrc, ~/.bash_profile, and ~/.bashrc files.

  • Using /etc/motd and /etc/issue files.

  • Shell commands typing rules.

  • Quick Start Commands.

  • The date command.

  • The pwd command.

  • The cd command.

  • Relative and absolute paths.

  • The passwd command.

  • The file command.

  • The head and tail commands.

  • The wc command.

  • The cat command.

  • The exit command.

  • The ls command.

  • The history command.

  • The exclamation point character ( ! ).

  • The Shell Special Keys.