- Introduction Of Linux
- Difference Between Windows And Linux
- Basic Commands
- Linux Architecture
- OS Installation
- Linux Structure
- String Related Commands
- File Links And Systems
- Task Performance
- Raid Concept
Welcome to SSLinux, the ultimate platform for mastering Linux. For those based in Chennai, specifically in OMR or Thoraipakkam, our Linux courses offer a convenient and accessible learning experience. Our goal is to empower our students to excel in their Linux journey, and we take pride in delivering comprehensive and top-notch education. We are committed to delivering comprehensive and quality education to our students, helping them to acquire the critical skills and knowledge required to become a Linux expert.
Our courses comprise a wide range of Linux topics, including an introduction to Linux, the difference between Windows and Linux, basic commands, Linux architecture, OS installation, file links, and systems, task performance, LVM, RAID concept, and networking. Each of these topics is essential to understanding the overall Linux system and its functionalities.
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Here are some of the essential topics that we cover:
In this section, you will learn about the history of Linux, its origin, features, and benefits, and the different types of distributions available in the market.
In this topic, we will discuss the key differences between Windows and Linux operating systems, including user interface, file system, security, and software compatibility.
The command line is one of the distinctive features of Linux, and our Basic Commands section will cover all the necessary commands required for practical usage on Linux. We will cover commands such as ls, cd, mkdir, rm, mv, and cp, among others.
This topic covers the architecture of the Linux operating system, including the kernel, shell, and system utilities, along with the concepts of process management, shell scripting, and file system hierarchy.
This topic will show you how to install Linux OS on your system, including the steps for creating a bootable disk or flash drive, configuring the installation settings, and tips for troubleshooting common installation errors.
In this section, we will cover the structures and components of Linux, including the Linux file system hierarchy, system directories, configuration files, and device files.
In this topic, you will learn about string-related commands, including grep, awk, sort, cut, and sed, which are commonly used for text processing and manipulation.
This topic will explain file links and systems, including the difference between soft and hard links, their practical usage, and how to create and remove them.
This topic covers how to perform system maintenance tasks, including process monitoring, system resource management, scheduling tasks, and troubleshooting system issues.
LVM is a vital topic for storage management in Linux, and we will cover the concepts of physical volumes, logical volumes, volume groups, and the different commands used for managing them.
This topic covers the Redundant Array of Independent Disks (RAID) concept, including its levels, RAID arrays, and the software and hardware RAID configuration.
This topic covers network configuration on Linux, including IP addressing, network interface management, routing tables, and commonly used networking utilities such as Ping, Netstat, and Nmap.
We hope this gives you an idea of what to expect from our courses. Join us now to start learning and mastering Linux!