Linux Server Course – System Configuration and Operation

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Linux has long been a favorite operating system for server administration because it’s a secure open-source O.S. that’s able to be both stable and flexible.

This course will teach you how to configure servers running the Linux operating system, including the boot process, kernel modules, network connection parameters, and localization groups.

Follow along with CBT Nuggets’ trainer Shawn Powers as he details every part of configuring, monitoring and supporting a server set-up that runs the Linux operating system.

⭐️ Course Contents ⭐️
(0:00:00) Introduction
(0:00:34) Explain Linux Kernel and Boot Concepts
(0:37:20) Configure and Verify Network Connections
(1:17:13) Manage Storage in a Linux Environment
(2:12:18) Install, Update, and Configure Software
(2:32:40) Manage Users and Groups
(3:02:32) Create, Modify, and Redirect Files
(3:51:20) Manage Local Services
(4:16:40) Summarize and Explain Server Roles
(4:49:50) Automate and Schedule Jobs
(5:06:30) Explain and Use Linux Devices

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33 thoughts on “Linux Server Course – System Configuration and Operation”

  1. Suresh Parekh

    Very nice, Instructor Mr. Shawn Powers is amazing the way he explaining everything…. In my MS in Computer Science, Unix course instructor didn’t taught in whole semester, he explained in 5.5 hrs.. thank you

  2. Katherine Druckman

    This is one of the best Linux tutorials I’ve ever seen. Shawn is so talented. His My Big Round World Comics are exceptional as well.

  3. Fantastic Course. Shawn is really good at explaining all this. I used to do sysadmin for Linux but needed a refresher after not being deep in the weeds for 10 years

  4. I am on the timestamp 50 min and it is already the most complete and strong tutorial for linux I’ve ever watched or hear. very good job

  5. I’m simply amazed with the quality of your content. We want to thank your effort and hours invested. Simply one of the best intro videos I have ever seen!

    1. שלומי טובול

      @Netflix Entertainment I’m beginner in linux, and so far understand all the section pretty good

    2. Netflix Entertainment

      @שלומי טובול shalom! So I don’t need any experience in Linux or any computer background. To learn this ?

  6. Lovely, Shawn. Thank you soo much! God knows how much I’ve gotten from this course.

    Balance alb really means balance – ADAPTIVE load balancing

  7. Shawn is simply awesome. His way of explaining is superb. I have learnt UNIX long back but there were many gaps. Now, with his great effort I could clear all of them. Thank you so much Shawn…

    1. @Shawn Powers man im at minute 14 and your explanation, cadence and voice, also example and graphic representations are fire 🔥

  8. One of favourite channels ….I didn’t visited a single day in college during lockdown and all I got job in security Engineering…. thanks freecodecamp community….
    Great work

  9. notes to self:
    – UEFI replaces the older BIOS
    – GRUB is how the computer transitions from bios to the actual OS
    – when you upgrade a system, the old kernel is kept as backup and you can restore it if things go wrong
    – the Linux kernel is very efficient because it is modular

  10. what I struggled to learn in 10 years , here is just one video , what a time we live in , thank you for this amazing video .

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    This is one of the best Linux tutorials I’ve ever seen. Shawn is so talented. His My Big Round World Comics are exceptional as well.

  12. This is excellent Linux info and it’s delivered in such a palatable and clear manner. Thank you!

  13. Such a good course giving an idea on all aspects of working unix .. these topics are exactly what we’d be doing in real world .. thanks a bunch for filling my gaps !!

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