Essentials of UNIX Administration with FreeBSD 12.1

Video description

An easy and practical way to develop skills for managing UNIX systems

About This Video

  • Master core UNIX and Linux commands
  • Learn effective techniques to manage files, file permissions, users, and groups
  • Develop skills to manage UNIX from the command line

In Detail

The job market of UNIX administration is always very competitive and to make yourself stand out from the crowd; you need exceptional UNIX skills. With this video course, you’ll learn all the latest UNIX topics that’ll help you to manage UNIX servers with ease.

The course starts with the learning objectives and the installation process of FreeBSD (12.1) UNIX on your machines. Next, you’ll learn how to use the CLI environment of FreeBSD, and grasp the process of adding and removing software in FreeBSD. Moving along, you’ll find out the best practices to work with the text editor, and understand how to manage files and directories cleanly in FreeBSD. Next, you’ll manage UNIX file permissions, and become well-versed in extending permissions with ACLs (Access Control Lists). Finally, you’ll manage users in groups, and learn techniques to monitor FreeBSD and server load.

By the end of this course, you’ll have gained essential skills needed to manage a UNIX system in a corporate environment.

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Product information

  • Title: Essentials of UNIX Administration with FreeBSD 12.1
  • Author(s): Andrew Mallett
  • Release date: November 2020
  • Publisher(s): Packt Publishing
  • ISBN: 9781801076784