If you want to become a professional in the IT community, learning Basic Linux will provide you with the opportunity to improve yourself in many areas from Cyber Security, Application and Game Development, System Administration, Network Administration, Big Data and artificial intelligence studies. Today, Linux distributions have taken their place in every sector. Linux distributions are used in automation systems, servers, digital sensors of cars, operating systems of televisions, the vast majority of mobile devices, the defense industry, aircraft software, radars, ships, banks and many more. Therefore; If you are aiming for a career in the IT community, knowledge of Linux will add value to you industrially.

General Information
Training Date: April 4th – April 25th
Training Duration: 40 Hours (14 Hours a Week, 3 weeks in total)
Training Time: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday; 19:00-22:00,
Place: Online / Online-Live Training Platform

Process and Achievement
Installation of Vmware and Virtualbox virtualization platforms
Basic virtualization knowledge
Linux shell environment and Basic UNIX commands
Structure of the Linux file system
File and directory Operations
Detailed searches and filtering of files
Using file content editors
Authorization and ownership transactions
User and group operations
Using package management systems
Installing the package using source code
Process operations
Scheduling of scheduled tasks
Managing hardware devices (CPU, RAM, BUS)
Operating system boot process and Grub settings
Partitioning hard disks
Advanced file system operations
Creating logical partitions
Mount process
File system links (soft link, hard link)
Making basic network settings
Linux GUI environments desktop customization
Installing Linux server distributions
SSH server configuration
Configuring system time
Making system log settings
Writing basic scripts
Providing basic linux security at user level and device level
Understanding the Linux kernel structure,
Perform advanced system management, including common tasks related to the system boot process and maintenance process,
Perform advanced networking and authentication and system security, as well as advanced management of block storage and file systems, including firewall and VPN
Setting up and configuring basic network services, including DHCP, DNS, SSH, Web servers, FTP, NFS, and file servers using Samba, e-mail settings,

Who should take it?
Students and graduates who want to take part in the IT sector,
Those who are considering furthering their career in the IT sector can participate.
Those who want to explore the Linux world in depth and aim to become a professional in this field
Linux System Administrators preparing for the LPIC-1 certification process
Linux System Administrators preparing for the LPIC-2 certification process
Those preparing for certification processes such as CEH and OSCP on the way to becoming a ‘White Hat Hacker’

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