Configure hardware settings.
Run levels and boot targets
This course offers participants with Linux command line skills to perform maintenance tasks including assisting users, executing backup and restore, in addition, to shut down and reboot of larger systems. Students are introduced to system architecture and basic GNU and UNIX commands. They then learn about Linux file systems and shell scripting along with hierarchy standards and data management. Finally, core concepts, namely administrative tasks and system services, are examined in depth along with security and networking concepts. This course prepares professionals for the official CompTIA linux+ certification.
* Morning, evening, weekends
Professionals work in a wide array of companies, from startups to global organizations. The annual salary range for Linux-related job is between $41,985 and $86,523.
Systems, network and Linux Administrators
Technical support specialists and web administrators
Professionals interested in switching their career to Linux administration
Big Data Developer
Differernces between the cold and hot plug and configure hardware devices
Booting using BIOS, Kernel
Shutdown and reboot using the command line
Partitions, GRUB legacy, local shared libraries
Debain, RPM and YUM packages
Shell environment and command sequences
Process output streams and text files
Processing execution priorities
Performing file directory functions and operations.
XFS, VAT, inodes, mounting and unmounting
File permissions and system files location
BASH functions, sh syntax, SUID rights of scripts
Data manipulation using SQL commands
X server and Window configuration
Light DM, XDM, KDM & GDM
AccessX and Assistive technology
Modify user, groups, Cron AND jobs
File permissions, local and time zone settings
Environment variables, NTP configuration
Syslog daemon, MTA programs, CUPS configuration
Networks masks and CIDR notation
UDP,ICMP and Subnetting
TCP/IP host configuration
Network interfaces and troubleshooting
Remote DNS servers.
Open SSH and GnuPG configuration
Hard disk layout design
Installing a boot manager
Shared libraries and Debain package
RPM and YUM package management
Command line and process text streams
File management, streams, pipes and redirects.
Create, monitor processes and their execution priorities
Search text files and file editing operations.
Create partitions and maintain integrity of file systems
Mounting, Unmounting and disk quotas
File permissions and ownership
Symbolic links and system files
Managing user and group accounts scheduling jobs.
Localization and internationalization
Fundamentals of Internet protocols.
Basic network configuration and troubleshooting.
Configure client-side DNS.
LX0-103 and LX0-104 - CompTIA Linux+ Certification
Being an international student, I think it was crucial how I started my education in Canada. Small classes, laid-back atmosphere, and cheerful people are the factors that made Montreal College a perfect starting point for me.Sanketh Joshi — STQA Student