Linux Power User (5d.)


"Disponibilité du formateur et bon partage d’information - connaissance des langues (Français et Anglais)” Yves Mbongo, Euroclear

Learn how to work with Linux yourself: Familiarize with Linux and see what it can do for you

Learn to work on a UNIX/Linux operating system. The class focuses on Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 7 and related RPM-based distributions (CentOS, Fedora,...). Other operating systems mentioned and/or used during the course are Raspberry Pi, Debian, Novell SuSE, Ubuntu, OpenBSD, ...

This training includes access to a Lab Environment in our private cloud which remains available until 2 months after the training. This Lab Enviroment allows you to simulate and practice what you have learned without having to worry about messing up a live production environment.

For novice users, this course is a first step to obtain the LPI or RHCT certifications. Together with the Linux Unix System Administration and Security course, it covers all of the topics addressed by the LPI and the Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE) certification.

Duration: 35.00 hour(s)
Price: 2350



Location: Brussels
Course language: English


  • Introduction to UNIX history
  • Shell prompt basics (focus on Bash shell)
  • UNIX documentation
  • Introduction to UNIX system installation
  • UNIX file system
  • Locating information
  • UNIX text editors
  • Regular expressions
  • User and group management
  • Unix file attributes
  • Software installation and Unix package management
  • Mounting removable media
  • Archive files
  • Managing services
  • Process management
  • Managing periodic jobs
  • Networking
  • Discovering the Raspberry Pi
  • Basic system recovery
  • Bash shell prompt basics.
  • UNIX documentation.
  • CentOS 7 installation and setup.
  • Hard links and soft links.
  • Locating information.
  • Discovering “vi(m)” with “vimtutor”.
  • Basic regular expressions.
  • Creating users and groups.
  • Working with file permissions.
  • Installation from Nmap from source.
  • Mounting exercises.
  • Archive files.
  • “/etc/inittab” example with virtual consoles.
  • Basic process management.
  • Schedule a job with at.
  • Running commands with “crontab” “anacron”.
  • SSH Port forwarding.
  • SSH RSA key authentication.
  • Define a basic firewall rule base.
  • Installing and configuring the Raspberry Pi
  • Revision exercises.

No specific UNIX or Linux knowledge is required but candidates must have a basic knowledge and understanding of the major computer components, operating system functionality and concepts. Basic knowledge of command line handling (e.g. MS DOS) and networking is assumed.


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