Course Description

The "Fundamentals of Red Hat Enterprise Linux" course is designed to provide students with a foundational understanding of the Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) operating system. Through a combination of theoretical knowledge and practical exercises, students will learn how to install, configure, and manage RHEL systems. They will also learn how to use essential command-line tools and file systems, as well as manage users, groups, and permissions. The course covers a wide range of topics, including the Linux file system hierarchy, basic shell commands, and the Linux command-line interface. Students will also gain an understanding of package management, network configuration, and process management in RHEL. In addition, they will learn how to configure basic security settings, such as firewalls and access control lists. By the end of the course, students will have a good grasp of the fundamental concepts and skills required to effectively work with RHEL systems. They will be able to perform basic system administration tasks, including installing and configuring software, managing users and permissions, and troubleshooting common issues. RHEL is a popular and widely used operating system in the enterprise environment, and the knowledge gained from this course will provide students with a solid foundation for pursuing a career in system administration or other related fields. The course is also an excellent starting point for students who want to pursue more advanced courses in Linux system administration. Overall, "Fundamentals of Red Hat Enterprise Linux" is a comprehensive course that provides students with a solid foundation in the basics of RHEL. It is an essential course for anyone who wants to pursue a career in system administration or work with RHEL systems in their professional lives. By taking this course, students will gain the skills and knowledge required to perform basic system administration tasks in RHEL, and be well-prepared for more advanced courses and real-world applications. Author: Chris Caillouet (edX)