Linux Online Training

Linux Online Training

    • Course Duration

      This course is of 36 hours of training with two convenient options (weekday or weekend sessions)

      Training Materials

      1. Courses are precisely designed with the help of lab exercises, texts, videos and illustrations to provide though learning and confidence to candidates that would help in clearing the interview and getting the dream job
      2. Recorded videos and live session practice
      3. Live/virtual training sessions

      What’s Needed To Join This Course?

      Candidates with basic knowledge of Linux Operating Systems can do this course.

      Who Are Ideal Candidates?

      This course can be pursued by any graduate, fresher, working professional, or software developer with basic knowledge of Linux

      Course Info

      This online course offers comprehensive training on Linux for developers and system administrators who wish to achieve excellence in Linux. The course contents are developing with GIT, Introduction to Linux, Open Source Development, and GIT, Linux Kernel Internals and Debugging, Developing Linux Device Drivers, Developing Applications for Linux, Embedded Linux Development, Optimizing Linux Device Drivers for Power Efficiency, etc


      Our institute is one of the most recognized training institutes in Linux online training. It offers the best in class training with the IT industry specialists as the trainers are certified experienced tutors who share their experience, tricks and tips in the Linux online training course. Some of our outstanding features include:

      1. Training in the form of interactive learning at the convenience of learner by top instructors
      2. Quality course material provided
      3. Instant access to reference material
      4. Offers certification
      5. Affordable fee structure
    • LINUX Online Training Course Content

      Introduction to Linux

      1. What is Linux?
      2. Then What is Unix?
      3. A Graphical View of Unix History
      4. Brief Linux History
      5. Linux System Construction
      6. Comparing Linux to Unix
      7. Comparing Linux to Windows/DOS
      8. Various Linux Distributions
      9. Common Linux Resources

      Installing Linux

      1. Hardware Requirements
      2. What You Need Before Installing
      3. The Install Process

      Getting Started

      1. Logging In
      2. Basic Linux Commands
      3. Using Online Help
      4. Restarting and Shutting Down Linux

      The X Window System

      1. Overview of the X Window System
      2. Configuring X to Start Manually
      3. Starting X Manually
      4. Starting X Automatically
      5. Working with Windows and Menus

      Customizing the X Interface

      1. Adding/Removing Shortcuts
      2. Modifying the Gnome Panel

      The Shell Environment

      1. Kernel/Shell Relationship
      2. Types of Shells
      3. Getting to a Command Prompt
      4. Executing a Shell
      5. Changing the Default Shell
      6. Variables
      7. The Shell as a Programming Environment

      The Bash Shell

      1. The Home Directory
      2. Startup Files
      3. Variables Revisited
      4. Accessing Previous Commands-History
      5. Command Completion
      6. Colors in a Command Line

      Linux Commands

      1. Shell Command Syntax
      2. The MESG Command
      3. Writing Active Users
      4. Printing Files
      5. Defining and Creating Aliases

      The Linux File System

      1. The Linux File System Standard (FSSTND)
      2. File System Structure
      3. Linux Directory Structure
      4. Navigating from the Command Line
      5. Viewing Files/Directories in X
      6. Viewing Files/Directories from the Command Line
      7. Using Wildcard Characters

      Redirection and Pipes

      1. Standard Input and Output
      2. Standard Output Redirection
      3. Standard Input Redirection
      4. Simultaneous Redirection
      5. Pipes

      Organizing Files

      1. The Touch Command
      2. Creating Directories
      3. Deleting Files and Directories
      4. Copying and Moving Files and Directories
      5. Moving and Renaming
      6. Creating Links to a File
      7. Organizing Files and Directories in X

      File/Directory Permissions

      1. What are Permissions?
      2. The CHMOD Command
      3. The UMASK Command
      4. The CHOWN Command
      5. Changing Permissions in X

      Working with Applications and Packages

      1. Installing: The Traditional Unix Method
      2. Installing: The Linux Package Method (RPM)
      3. Working with Text Documents and Editors
      4. Viewing and Editing Text Files in X
      5. Viewing Text Files from the Command Line
      6. Editing Text Files from the Command Line
      7. Using the Pico Editor
      8. The VIM Editor
      9. Deleting and Changing Text
    • “The Customized course material was provided to the students which was exhaustive and clearly explained every aspect of Linux in detail” – Megha Jain
      “I really liked the training program at this institute. I appreciate the way the course is delivered by the trainer in the easy to understand manner. Learning has been awesome, fruitful and result oriented”- Zehra Shaikh
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