Troubleshooting Linux Administration [Video]
Troubleshooting is an important skill used in many Information Technology (IT) roles including help desks, system administration, networking, and security. This course will help you learn practical and proven techniques to deal with many tasks you'll encounter when administering a Linux server.
In this troubleshooting course, you will master the full power of the superuser; you'll use sudo to fix user management files and passwords, and schedule tasks with cron before troubleshooting.
You will also troubleshoot and resolve wireless issues, identify machine issues with different troubleshooting processes, configure an SSH server for remote connections, and set up a Network File System to connect to your client.Style and Approach
The course follows a strict hands-on approach and demonstrates full troubleshooting steps; performing administrative tasks with root using sudo; working with user management; troubleshooting and managing recurring tasks with cron; troubleshooting wireless networks; troubleshooting services and processes; configuring and working with SSH servers, and installing a Network File System.
|Course Length||2 hours 54 minutes|
|Date Of Publication||2 Sep 2018|
|Using nm-tool to Output Information Network Manager|
|Listing Hardware Details with lshw|
|sudo Privileges to Check PCI Bus Infos – lspci, lsusb, lsmod|
|Troubleshooting with Ping|
|Checking for Device Recognition and Wireless Network Files|