Fundamentals of
Red Hat Linux

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About this Course

This course is intended for serious computer hobbyists, IT students, and IT professionals.

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The free online textbook for this course is Red Hat Linux 7 Unleashed. Read the Introduction to the book.

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Part I -- Red Hat Linux Installation and User Services

1. Introduction to Red Hat Linux
2. Installation of Your Red Hat System
3. LILO and Other Boot Managers
4. Configuring the X Window System, Version 11
5. Window Managers
6. Connecting to the Internet
7. IRC, ICQ, and Chat Clients
8. Using Multimedia and Graphics Clients

Part II -- Configuring Services

9. System Startup and Shutdown
10. SMTP and Protocols
11. FTP
12. Apache Server
13. Internet News
14. Domain Name Service and Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
15. NIS: Network Information Service
16. NFS: Network Filesystem
17. Samba

Part III -- System Administration and Management

18. Linux Filesystems, Disks, and Other Devices
19. Printing with Linux
20. TCP/IP Network Management
21. Linux System Administration
22. Backup and Restore
23. System Security

Part IV -- Red Hat Development and Productivity

24. Linux C/C++ Programming Tools
25. Shell Scripting
26. Automating Tasks
27. Configuring and Building Kernels
28. Emulators, Tools, and Window Clients

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