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  1. Treehouse - Soft Skills English | .MP4 | AVC1 1280x720 29.970 fps | AAC 128 Kbps 48.0 KHz | 813MB Genre: eLearning In this series of videos, we're going to explore the most important soft skills: personal and professional qualities that allow you to do your job better. If you can be an effective communicator, manage your time, work well with others, and be a great problem solver, you'll have a lot more success in whatever you do. Screenshots Buy Premium From My Links To Get Resumable Support,Max Speed & Support Me [Hidden Content] Click my nick to see more my articles
  2. Pluralsight - Unit Testing In Java With JUnit | 328 MB Duration: 2h 37m | Video: WMV3 (.flv) 1024x768 15fps | Audio: WMA 44.1KHz 2ch Genre: eLearning | Level: Intermediate | Language: English Do you want to get started with unit testing in Java? Perhaps you already know a little about JUnit, but you've always wanted to learn more about this useful framework? Either way, this course will teach you what you need to know to not only get started with JUnit, but to master all of the features of the JUnit framework. In this course, we'll start out by learning the basics of JUnit and how to create some basic unit tests. Then, we'll go into some of the lesser known advanced features of JUnit that will really help you write elegant tests with less code. After that, I'll show you how to integrate JUnit with your existing Ant or Maven build system and how you can automate the creation of JUnit reports. Finally, we'll wrap things up by going beyond the basic uses of JUnit by learning how to use stubs and mocks to really isolate classes and we'll also learn how to use JUnit for more than just unit testing. By the end of this course, you'll be a JUnit pro and will have a handful of useful tools and techniques you can use to make the most of the JUnit framework. If you are interested in JUnit, you won't want to miss this course. Buy Premium From My Links To Get Resumable Support,Max Speed & Support Me [Hidden Content] Click my nick to see more my articles
  3. Lynda - Weldments with SolidWorks | 774MB Duration: 1h 57m | Video: AVC (.mp4) 1280x720 15&30fps | Audio: AAC 48KHz 2ch Genre: eLearning | Level: Advanced | Language: English The Weldments toolset in SolidWorks helps you quickly design complex welded or bolted structures, and in this course Gabriel Corbett shows you how to get the most out of it. With simple 2D and 3D sketches, he demonstrates how to add various material types from the preloaded structural member's library and build a welded structure. From there, he covers corner options like miter and butt joints, material-positioning options like flipping and mirroring, and options for aligning and connecting the structural members. See how to build assemblies from weldments and add gussets, weld beads, and end caps. Then find out how to automatically generate documentation such as weldment cut lists and weld tables to add to your drawings. To wrap up the course, Gabriel offers tips and tricks for fabricating your finished design, such as using standard-sized materials for quick and easy production. Buy Premium From My Links To Get Resumable Support,Max Speed & Support Me [Hidden Content] Click my nick to see more my articles
  4. Lynda - Print Production Essentials: Spot Colors and Varnish | 425MB Duration: 1h 58m | Video: AVC (.mp4) 960x540 15&30fps | Audio: AAC 48KHz 2ch Genre: eLearning | Level: Intermediate | Language: English While most printing today is accomplished via a four-color process, there is a wide range of practical and creative options available when you add an additional color or varnish. This course teaches how these additional colors are made and shows some examples of finished projects that use these colors. Author Claudia McCue also dives directly into Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, and other creative apps and shows how to build documents correctly for printing. Topics include: * Why spot colors are necessary * Making a decision between spot and process colors * Choosing a spot color * Understanding the effects of stock on color * Printing spot colors digitally * Using varnishes * Creating a multi-tone image in Photoshop * Adding Pantone color swatches to Illustrator * Creating spot varnishes in Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign * Using preflight profiles in Acrobat Buy Premium From My Links To Get Resumable Support,Max Speed & Support Me [Hidden Content] Click my nick to see more my articles
  5. Lynda - David Lesperance, Digital Environment Design Video: AVC (.mp4) 1280x800 30fps | Audio: AAC 44.1KHz 2ch | 129MB 11m 1s | Appropriate for all Nov 21, 2014 | Genre: eLearning Fascinated by what's happening in the background of your favorite movies and video games? Environmental artist David Lesperance creates the rich, lifelike backdrops for popular games such as World of Warcraft, Halo, Diablo, and StarCraft. In this short film, David explains how he brings his detailed designs to life with software like 3ds Max and Maya. He shares his secrets to laying out scenes with the camera in mind, breaking down models into reusable pieces, and disguising repetition with light and shadow. He also explains why he teaches others and how the 3D community drives the quality of the art you seen onscreen. Buy Premium From My Links To Get Resumable Support,Max Speed & Support Me [Hidden Content] Click my nick to see more my articles
  6. Lynda - 3D Architectural Modeling with AutoCAD | 874MB Duration: 3h 12m | Video: AVC (.mp4) 1280x720 15&30fps | Audio: AAC 48KHz 2ch Genre: eLearning | Level: Intermediate | Language: English Take your drawings from 2D to 3D with AutoCAD. Author Scott Onstott helps build your AutoCAD 2015 skills, one video at a time. You'll learn to extrude 2D plans into solid objects, cut out wall openings and add doors and windows, build 3D staircases, and model a complex roof surface. You'll also discover how to create a 3D tower and sculpt the surrounding landscape with NURBS surfaces. At the end of this course, you'll have modeled a complete 3D town hall based on an archetypal midcentury design. Buy Premium From My Links To Get Resumable Support,Max Speed & Support Me [Hidden Content] Click my nick to see more my articles
  7. Gumroad - Graphic Composition For Environments Audio: aac, 44100 Hz, stereo, s16, 256 kb/s | Video: h264, yuv420p, 1920x1080, 2001 kb/s, 30.00 fps 1h | Project Files Included | 1.04GB | Genre: eLearning An hour long video taking you through my thought process on coming up with some rapid compositions. Comes with a 1 hour video with audio, PSD file, and Brush set. Screenshots Buy Premium From My Links To Get Resumable Support,Max Speed & Support Me [Hidden Content] Click my nick to see more my articles
  8. Distilled - SearchLove 2014 Conference Videos English | .bin | H264 960x540 | AAC 2 ch | pdf | 11.32 GB eLearning, Search Engine Optimization, Internet Marketing These are the SearchLove 2014 Con Videos (including companying Presentations as either PDF or Powerpoint) from Distilled.net: Details SearchLove San Diego 2014 Adam Monago - Responsive Delivery Adria Saracino - Beyond Manual Outreach All Speakers - Lets Get Real Chris Savage - Why your Next Hire Should be a Video Producer Dana DiTomaso - Taking Down Your Local Competition Grace Ng - Designing Effective Experiments John Gagnon - Trends & Techniques for Marketers & Data Geeks Jon Wuebben - Optimizing Content Justine Jordan - Optimizing the Email Experience Lisa Gerber - The SEO of Storytelling Mark Johnstone - Ideas with Legs Michael King - Automation Demystified Mike Pantoliano - Its Customer Lifetime Value Searchlove Boston Videos 2014 Aaron Weyenberg - A Story of a Redesign Adam Melson - Listening to Your Customers' Wants All Speakers - Let's Get Real Chris Savage - Building Audiences with Video Darren Shaw - How to Prioritize Your Local Search Work Joanna Lord - The Loyalist Advantage Josh Braaten - How to Build a Data-Driven Company Margot Bloomstein - Slow Your Roll Mark Johnstone - Lessons Learned from the Creative Industry Marshall Simmonds - Log File Analysis Matthew Brown - Learn from the Herd Melanie Spring - Rock Your Brand Rand Fishkin - Why Great Marketers Must be Great Skeptics Rick Backus - From Content to Clients Sheena Medina - Community Building in a New Social Era Stephanie Chang - Stretching Your Search Skills Will Critchlow - The Golden Age of Digital Marketing Buy Premium From My Links To Get Resumable Support,Max Speed & Support Me [Hidden Content] Click my nick to see more my articles
  9. Digital Tutors - The Anatomy of Email Design in HTML | 587MB Duration: 1h 33m | Video: AVC (.mp4) 1280x720 15fps | Audio: AAC 32KHz 2ch Genre: eLearning | Level: Advanced | Language: English Throughout these lessons we'll learn the anatomy of great email creative and how to design, develop and test a highly engaging campaign across both desktop and mobile viewing environments. You'll gain a broader knowledge of email design, colored with solid real-world tips and tactics. Specifically, you'll be able to start applying email creative and development best practices immediately, while speaking more intelligently about the email production process overall. Buy Premium From My Links To Get Resumable Support,Max Speed & Support Me [Hidden Content] Click my nick to see more my articles
  10. Digital Tutors - Mesh Creation Concepts in ZBursh English | 57m 13s |AVC 1280x720 15 fps | AAC 96 Kbps 48.0 KHz | 550 MB Genre: eLearning | Project Files Included In this ZBrush tutorial we'll look at creating and modifying primitive objects. ZBrush is a great tool for sculpting and painting, but one of the advantages it has over other similar applications is its ability to create geometry. Instead of needing to bring in base geometry from another application, there are several methods for creating that geometry within ZBrush. We'll look at using ZSpheres to build up armatures and base meshes. We'll also learn about using the Topology tools to create meshes, as well as mesh extraction and remeshing. We'll also talk about ShadowBox and creating meshes using Morph Targets. By the end of this ZBrush training, you'll have a much better idea of the kinds of tools available for creating geometry. Buy Premium From My Links To Get Resumable Support,Max Speed & Support Me [Hidden Content] Click my nick to see more my articles
  11. Digital Tutors - Creating Interactive, High-Fidelity Wireframes in InDesign | 1.75GB Duration: 5h 37m | Video: AVC (.mp4) 1280x720 15fps | Audio: AAC 32KHz 2ch Genre: eLearning | Level: Advanced | Language: English Throughout these lessons, we'll demonstrate how to create visually engaging wireframe templates and UI libraries that can speed up your workflow and add real value to your digital projects. We'll show you how to create highly interactive, retina-ready, responsive PDF wireframes without the need for any coding experience at all. Buy Premium From My Links To Get Resumable Support,Max Speed & Support Me [Hidden Content] Click my nick to see more my articles
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LinuxCBT SLES-11 Edition Training Video | 2.94Gb LinuxCBT SLES-11 Edition Product Description | Syllabus | Below Focus: SuSE® Enterprise Linux Version 11x Subscription Terms: 1-Month | 3-Month | 6-Month | 12-Month System Requirements: Browser | [html5] | Flash | Javascript User Agents: Chrome | Safari | Firefox | IE9+ | Opera Mobile Platforms: Droid | IOS | Mobiles | Tablets Certificate of Completion: Auto-Generated Payment Methods: Credit Card | PayPal | Purchase Order | Wire Duration: 40 Hours Demos: Launch Subscribe Course Objective PXE-based, HTTP, SSH and Virtual Installations Discuss system requirements Explain installation phases Prep TFTP server for installation Configure DHCP on Cisco Router to support PXE installation Publish SUSE 11 ISO image on Apache HTTPD server Install SUSE Ent. 11 Server via PXE, HTTP & VNC Implement custom partition scheme Confirm results Discuss requirements for SSH semi-auto install Configure installation process to use SSH Configure automatic installations via AutoYaST & SSH Publish AutoYaST XML file to HTTP-accessible location Commence automatic installation via SSH Discuss virtualization installation requirements Provision VMWare containers for SUSE 11 Enterprise Configure and deploy automatic installation for general virtual hosts Deploy SUSE 11 instance on VMWare using MAC address configuration - uniqueness Perform MAC address installation on physical Dell PowerEdge server Use AutoYaST to provision installation profile Install server using installation profile Evaluate results of various installation methods Grand Unified Boot Loader (GRUB) & Boot Problems Explore GRUB configuration Explain SUSE Linux System V Init Runlevel (0 - 6) concepts & applications Identify key startup files, including scripts (inittab,Sscripts,Kscripts,etc.) Explore single-user mode as a troubleshooting aide Use repair mode to explore startup environment & perform system check Explore rescue system X & GNOME Identify default runlevel Configure X environment using YaST Explore the GNOME desktop environment Basic GNU/Linux Skills - Command Line Interface (CLI) - BASH Introduction to GNOME Terminal Demonstrate usage of the following useful commands & concepts ls, pwd, cd, cp, mv, rm, mkdir, rmdir, whoami, man, info alias, cat, file, chmod, chown, history Standard in/out, UNIX Pipes, Redirection, Command Chaining ps, df, free, vmstat, top, kill less & more, head & tail, diff which & whereis, w, who Explore BASH configuration files find, locate Use grep and awk to process text files Archival & Compression Utilities: tar, gzip, bzip2, zip Convert Windows text files to Unix format using dos2unix Convert Unix text files to Windows format using unix2dos Common Network Clients File Transfer Protocol (FTP) client Install and use LFTP - Sophisticated FTP Client to connect to FTP/HTTP servers Mirror and reverse mirror using LFTP to synchronize data Wget - HTTP/HTTPS/FTP connectivity Explore SSH clients - Discuss features Identify key SSH-client files (.known_hosts, public/private key pairs,etc.) Use Secure Copy Protocol (SCP) to move data between systems non-interactively Use Secure File Transfer Protocol (SFTP) to move data between systems interactively Demonstrate how to generate Public/Private key (RSA/DSA) pairs using ssh-keygen Copy public keys to remote systems using: ssh-copy-id Demonstrate using SSHto authenticate to remote Linux hosts without passwords Authenticate to remote Linux systems using alternate credentials Generate Public Key/Private Key pairs for use with file and E-mail encryption Demonstrate using E-mail client with GNU Privacy Guard (GPG) Open PGP for E-Mail encryption Use ping, netstat, arp, telnet, traceroute, ifconfig - network diagnostics Use dig, host, nslookup, whois name resolution clients top RPM Package Management Tool Concepts & Usage Explain classes of SUSE Linux Packages Query existing packages Identify offline and online package repositories Install packages Upgrade packages Freshen packages Remove packages Identify package membership of files on the SUSE system Users, Groups & Permissions User profile implementation logic and concepts - (Bash profile/etc/skel/aliases/PATH/etc.) User and group creation & management concepts - passwd, shadow, group, gshadow files Use lastlog to determine system-access to various terminals Use YaST to create and manage users and groups Use stat to ascertain file information SETUID SETGID - Group collaboration Sticky Bit Discuss and Implement Hard and Symbolic links Paritions, File Systems & Volumes (RAID|LVM) Provision additional Swap storage paritions and files Use dd, mkswap & swapon to enable additional Swap storage Identify allocated swap space to the kernel Committ changes to /etc/fstab for persistence Disable swapping with swapoff as necessary Allocate virtual storage for RAID configuration Provision new paritions with YaST Configure RAID 0/1/5/ Volumes Discuss features and benefits of LVM Implement Logical Volume Management (LVM) Evaluate results Explore System Logging via SYSLOG-NG and Logrotate Explore Boot log & System Log Explanation of syslog facilities & levels Discuss SYSLOG-NG features & enhancements Demonstrate syslog administration Enable SYSLOG network listener Demonstrate Cisco PIX Firewall to SUSE Linux SYSLOG-NG functionality Explore automatic log rotation and customization via Logrotate Configure Logrotate to rotate & compress sample log files top Network - Physical & Logical Configuration Identify key directories & files for static & dynamic communications Configure Linux client with static TCP/IP parameters for network communication Explore hotplug -> hwup -> ifup logic Use ifconfig to ascertain logical TCP/IP configuration Use hwinfo to ascertain installed hardware Configure Aliased Ethernet Interfaces to faciliate multiple IP addresses CRON - System Scheduler Explore Cron Implementation Explain scheduling options Global and scope-based Cron options Schedules jobs to run & examine the output Configure individual Crontab entries Implement Network Time Protocol Daemon (NTPD) Client/Server Configure Network Time Protocol (NTP) to perform client/server time synchronization Identify NTP bounded UDP interfaces Synchronize SUSE Enterprise Linux NTP with RedHat Linux Stratum 2 NTP server Synchronize against Stratum 1 NTP servers Implement Trivial File Transfer Protocol Daemon (TFTPD) Server Discuss TFTP attributes Implement TFTPD Backup Cisco router configuration via TFTP Backup Cisco firewall configuration via TFTP Use sed to update TFTPD configuration Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) Explain DHCP Concepts & Applications Explore DHCP confiuration files Configure DHCP subnet with applicable options Configure DHCP Reservation based on layer-2 address Enable DHCP with DDNS Configure DHCP Failover between SUSE and RedHat Linux Servers Test DHCP Failover with Windows 2003 Host Domain Name System (DNS) Explore SUSE DNS configuration via YaST Configure BIND as a caching-only DNS server Implement Master DNS Zone Configure Reverse Zone for local subnet Implement Dynamic Domain Name System (DDNS) Zones (Forward/Reverse) Explain DHCP and DNS update integration options Integrate DHCP with DNS via Encypted Transaction Signatures (TSigs) Evaluate results of BIND configuration using DIG & host Implement DNS sub-domains (Third-level domains) FTPD with Very Secure VSFTPD & ProFTPD File Transfer Protocol (FTP) services Implement anonymous FTPD Implement user-level FTPD access Implement FTPD banners Disable anonymous access Configure VSFTPD to chroot jail users into their home directories Implement bandwidth rate-limiting to control bandwidth usage Implement & test banning of unwelcomed anonymous e-mail addresses Implement ProFTPD with settings similar to VSFTPD Evaluate results Network File System (NFS) Implementation Identify key services/daemons Configure NFS Client & Server Evaluate NFS connectivity to other Linux hosts Samba Implementation Explore key Samba clients Explore Samba Configuration files Implement SMBFS integration with SUSE Enterprise Linux File System Mount Windows shares seamlessly using Samba File System (SMBFS) Configure FSTAB to support repetitive mounts Implement secure SMBFS credentials for mounting Install Samba Server support Install Samba Web-based Administration Tool (SWAT) Configure Samba file sharing Configure Samba with multiple NETBIOS aliases Install Active Directory on Windows 2003 Server Integrate with Windows Active Directory (AD) Test Samba-to-Windows integration using 'getent' and authentication Implement Windows 2008 Active Directory with Samba Evaluate results top Apache Web Server Implementation Discuss Apache server's features and concepts Install Apache Examine Apache-SUSE HTTPD CONF hierarchy Examine various configuration files Configure Virtual Hosts Examine user home directories Discuss the Directory directive Explore redirects Configure .htacess file with directives Configure Name-based Virtual Hosts Explore Apache logging Implement Apache logging system per virtual host Webalizer Log Analysis software Implementation Generate web reports using Webalizer MySQL Relational Database Management System Install MySQL Relational Database Management System Secure access to MySQL Explore MySQL monitor shell-based interface Create sample MySQL databases Load external data-set from Linux Load external data-set from Windows Integrate PHP with MySQL PHPMyAdmin - MySQL Web-based Management Interface Install PHPMyAdmin for web-based management of MySQL instances Explain & Secure access to PHPMyAdmin Explore PHPMyAdmin's interface SMTP-MTA|IMAP|Squirrel-mail Web-based Mail Interface Implementation Explore SMTP-MTA Configuration Explore IMAP Configuration Describe required squirrel mail components for web-mail integration Install squirrel mail on SUSE Enterprise Linux system Configure Apache virtual directory for squirrel mail integration Configure Apache Virtual Host for squirrel mail integration Configure BIND DNS services for squirrel mail integration Explore squirrel mail's web-based interface top Apache SSL Discuss features & benefits Configure self-signing server Generate usage certificates for hosted sites Bind SSL keys to hosted sites on various TCP:Ports Start Apache SSL Evaluate results Local Security Use YaST to identify and configure key security directives Identify, change and test file permissions policy Peruse and tighten password policy Limit SMTP TCP:Port communications to loopback interface Shut superfluous daemons (services) Explore additional XINETD features Upgrade SUSE 10 Enterprise Edition Define upgrade strategy Discuss caveats Provision ISO image on HTTP installation server Perform upgrade via PXE using HTTP & SSH Evaluate results Explore additional XINETD features Network Mapper (NMAP) Obtain, compile and install current version of NMAP Identify commonly used NMAP options/switches/parameters Perform default TCP SYN-based ethical scans of local and remote resources Explain typical TCP handshake protocol while using NMAP Examine the results of scans on remote Cisco firewall with debugging mode enabled Perform default TCP Connect-based ethical scans of local and remote resources Examine the results of scans on remote Cisco PIX Firewall with debugging mode enabled Use NMAP to scan using aliased and spoofed IP addresses Peform local ethical scans Identifiy key NMAP configuration files Use NMAP to perform operating system fingerprinting Peform subnet-wide ethical scans SuSEFirewall2 (IPTables - Netfilter Linux Kernel-based Firewall) Discuss IPTABLES/Netfilter Concepts Explain IPTABLES default chains/filters and policies Examine TCP/ICMP communications pre-IPTABLES chains Filter traffic based on Layer-4 TCP/UDP (Source/Destination Ports) information Restrict access to various daemons (SSH/FTP/HTTP/etc.) Test connectivity locally and remotely [Hidden Content]
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LinuxCBT - BSD9x Edition English | Audio: aac, 44100 Hz, mono (eng) MOV | Video: h264, yuv420p, 1358x766, 5.00 fps® (eng) | 2.32 GB Genre: Video Training Focus: FreeBSD Unix Version 9x, System Requirements: Browser | [html5] | Flash | javascript, User Agents: Chrome | Safari | Firefox | IE9+ | Opera, Mobile Platforms: Droid | IOS | Mobiles | Tablets, Certificate of Completion: Auto-Generated, Duration: 16 Hours Introduction | Features | Installations Explore features of FreeBSD Obtain appropo installation images Perform standard installation Obtain minimal boot images Execute Internet installation Discuss Intranet installation applications and benefits Synch Base System to local Web Instance Perform Intranet installation Evaluate results Post-Installation Exploration and Checks Peruse Console dump Confirm kernel hardware environment via 'dmesg' logs Check allocated storage Confirm hostname configuration Identify IP configuration Ensure proper name resolver(s) are configured Explore IP re-configuration as an alternative Identify and discuss Key BSD Files Evaluate accordingly Package Management - Ports | Packages | Updates Discuss available package management facilities Explain Ports applications Peruse Ports environment Install Ports and confirm accordingly Discuss Port Audit applications Install Port Audit on various targets Attempt to install Ports post Port Audit and evaluate Remedy Port Audit discrepancies where applicable Discuss PortSnap applicability Install PortSnap on various targets Update Ports Trees as needed with PortSnap Discuss pros and cons of Binary Packages Install Binary Package as needed Confirm ALL installed packages: Ports and Packages Evaluate results Unix Basics - Users - Permissions - Symlinks Explore User | Group management with BSD Tools Provision users | groups as needed on various targets Manipulate provisioned objects using standard tools Explore standard Unix File System Permissions Apply common permissions to various objects Test accessibility and debug accordingly Discuss features of Symbolic Links Implement Soft Links as needed Confirm Soft Link behaviour | limitations Implement Hard Links as needed Contrast Hard | Soft Links Consider applicability of various linking mechanisms Evaluate results Storage Management - GPART | GrowFS | SWAP Discuss traditional BSD storage management facilities Highlight limitations of various models Introduce the attributes of GPART Use GPART to dynamically provision partitions Overlay File Systems as needed Test storage of content Backup | Restore Partition metadata Extend existing partitions as desired Re-provision File System overlays as needed Discuss partition extension caveats Evaluate results Systems Management Basics - Kernel Environment | Client Tools | Cron Explore standard BSD kernel environment Highlight important files Identify supported kernel options Discuss loadable module support Explore common client resolution tools Use key network client tools to ascertain information Explore system scheduler configuration Provision scheduled item and monitor Evaluate results Log Management | Consolidation - Syslog | Newsyslog Discuss available facilities Explore standard Syslog configuration Consolidate Syslogs across target BSD instances Confirm log consolidation Explore log rotation mechanism top IP Configuration and Management Discuss available facilities Explore default per-installation configuration Oscillate between static and dynamic configurations Provision multiple IP addresses across hosts Debug routing issues as encountered Standardise IP configuration based on logical per-host model Evaluate results Application Services - Unix|Apache|MySQL|PHP (UAMP) - Web Application Services Implement Apache Web Server Examine httpd.conf file directives Implement virtual directories using Apache and symbollic links Implement Redirects using Locate and various Apache directives Configure virtual hosts bound to the primary IP address and port Configure virtual hosts bound to alternate virtual IP addresses and ports Implement Apache logging system per virtual host MySQL Relational Database Management System Install MySQL Relational Database Management System Secure access to MySQL Explore MySQL Terminal Monitor Client Create sample MySQL database Install PHPMyAdmin for web-based management of MySQL instances Explain & Secure access to PHPMyAdmin Explore PHPMyAdmin's interface PHP Integration Discuss features and benefits Build PHP support Integrate PHP with MySQL Troubleshoot integration issues Re-build to enable various support Confirm PHP applications support Reconnaissance Tools Install Dmitry Information Gatherer Use Dmitry to query various targets Evaluate information gathering features of Dmitry Install current version of NMAP Identify commonly used NMAP options/switches/parameters Perform default TCP SYN-based ethical scans of local and remote resources Explain typical TCP handshake protocol while using NMAP Perform default TCP Connect-based ethical scans of local and remote resources Identifiy key NMAP configuration files Use NMAP to perform operating system fingerprinting and versioning Peform subnet-wide ethical scans [Hidden Content]
  14. Join the world’s most highly respected and experienced team of CCIE instructors for this comprehensive 5-day CCIE Lab Exam training class. This online bootcamp is taught by Brian McGahan, CCIEx3 #8593 (R&S, Security, SP) and Mark Snow, CCIEx2 #14073 (Voice, Security). During this online bootcamp candidates will follow along as Brian and Mark explain the technologies related to the Nexus switching component of the modern Cisco data center. Additionally the instructors will be demonstrating the configuration of advanced technology-focused scenarios, along with proper verification and troubleshooting techniques. SIZE : 10 GB CCIE Data Center :: Nexus 5-Day Online Bootcamp – Overview Bridging and Switching in NX-OS Trunking & basic Port Channels VLANs and Private VLANs Spanning Tree, Rapid SPT (RSTP) and Multiple STP (MSTP) Advanced Spanning Tree Features SPAN and ERSPAN Unidirectional Link Detection (UDLD) Fabric Extension (FEX) Multicast IGMP Nexus 7000 and 5500 Troubleshooting IGP Routing in NX-OS EIGRP for the Data Center OSPF for the Data Center Bi-Directional Fault Detection (BFD) for dynamic routing protocols Equal Cost Multi-Path (ECMP) Cisco FabricPath (psuedo/pre TRILL) Multicast PIM & MSDP Nexus 7000 and 5500 Troubleshooting Management and Security in NX-OS AAA SNMPv3 NetFlow Smart Call Home System Files Network and Precision Time Protocols (NTP, PTP) Cisco Prime Data Center Network Manager (DCNM) Access Control Lists (ACL) for IP/MAC/VLAN Port Security DHCP Snooping and Dynamic ARP Inspection IP Source Guard Cisco TrustSec Virtual Domain Context (VDC) Nexus 7000 and 5500 Troubleshooting High Availability Features in NX-OS Nonstop Forwarding (NSF) and Graceful Restart First-Hop Redundancy Protocols (FHRP/GLBP/HSRP/VPC+) Virtual Port Channel (vPC) and Virtual Port Channel with FabricPath (VPC+) Nexus 7000 and 5500 Troubleshooting Inter-DataCenter Bridging in NX-OS Overlay Transport Protocol (OTV) OTV Troubleshooting in Nexus 7000 CCIE DC.txt
  15. 2014 | 231 Pages | ISBN: 1493909614 | PDF | 2 MB This is the first book to present a multidisciplinary approach to cyberterrorism. It traces the threat posed by cyberterrorism today, with chapters discussing possible technological vulnerabilities, potential motivations to engage in cyberterrorism, and the challenges of distinguishing this from other cyber threats. Download: [hide][Hidden Content]]
  16. Lynda - Creating an Animated Infographic with Edge Animate English | .MP4 | h264, yuv420p, 960x540, 23.98 fps | aac, 48000 Hz, stereo | 113 MB Genre: eLearning <!--more--> Tell a more compelling story in Adobe Edge Animate with an animated infographic. In this course, learn how to illustrate your data and animate charts, text, and other artwork. Author Chris Converse explores techniques that work across multiple browsers and platforms, and even in digital magazines and ebooks. Creating an Animated Infographic with Edge Animate content: Creating sprite graphics in Photoshop Creating a pie chart without graphics Adding Edge Animate fonts Animating text Stopping and starting animated symbols Screenshots Problem with unrar or link die , please request here : goo.gl/t4uR9G Password for Unrar : tut4dl [hide][uploaded] [Hidden Content] [Rapidgator] [Hidden Content]]
  17. Digital-Tutors - Quick Start to Javascript: Volume 1 | 555MB Duration: 1h 43m | Video: AVC (.mp4) 1280x720 15fps | Audio: AAC 32KHz 2ch Genre: eLearning | Level: Beginner | Language: English <!--more--> Throughout this series of Javascript tutorials we'll learn how to write the programming language from scratch, so you can start creating code of your own. Quick Starts are a series of specially constructed tutorials meant to be followed in sequence and include valuable exercises to reinforce learned concepts. This tutorial assumes no prior programming experience and starts exploring the logic of a language and the concepts needed to write code from the ground up. We'll start by exploring what we can create with Javascript and then learn how to start creating our own code with the basic building blocks of Javascript using strings, numbers, booleans, common operators, variables, and control flow. We'll finish the Javascript training by putting together all the concepts with the creation of a simple zombie text adventure game. While building a project together, you'll be provided with valuable knowledge, and the real power comes from being able to take the techniques you've learned and apply them in a different way to your own work. With this in mind, you'll be presented with an assignment immediately following each volume. These assignments will challenge you to take the skills that you've learned in a particular volume and apply them to a different asset. These tutorials are designed to be taken in sequence so we really encourage you to start with this volume and proceed all the way through to Volume 3, all so you can take advantage of the periodic assignments along the way to get the full learning experience. Screenshots Problem with unrar or link die , please request here : goo.gl/t4uR9G Password for Unrar : tut4dl [hide][uploaded] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Rapidgator] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]]
  18. Digital-Tutors - Applying Responsive Retrofitting Techniques to a Fixed-Width Site in CSS | 410MB Duration: 1h 06m | Video: AVC (.mp4) 1280x720 15fps | Audio: AAC 32KHz 2ch Genre: eLearning | Level: Advanced | Language: English <!--more--> Throughout these CSS tutorials, we'll explore responsive retrofitting strategies and techniques to control the appearance and behavior of fixed-width sites across multiple screen sizes and devices without a complete code rewrite. We'll cover how to make a legacy site responsive using font-relative units, web fonts, responsive columns, retina-ready images, border control, media queries and some additional resources. By the end of this CSS training, you’ll have learned that responsive design is no longer just a nice to have; it's the new reality of designing for users who expect a great experience on your site across multiple devices and screen sizes. Screenshots Problem with unrar or link die , please request here : goo.gl/t4uR9G Password for Unrar : tut4dl [hide][uploaded] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Rapidgator] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]]
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  20. The Social-Engineer Toolkit (SET) English | .MP4 | h264, yuv420p, 1920x1080, 30.00 fps® | aac, 44100 Hz, stereo | 1.17 GB Genre: E-learning <!--more--> The Social-Engineer Toolkit (SET) was created and written by the founder of TrustedSec. It is an open-source Python-driven tool aimed at penetration testing around Social-Engineering. SET has been presented at large-scale conferences including Blackhat, DerbyCon, Defcon, and ShmooCon. With over two million downloads, SET is the standard for social-engineering penetration tests and supported heavily within the security community. The Social-Engineer Toolkit has over 2 million downloads and is aimed at leveraging advanced technological attacks in a social-engineering type environment. TrustedSec believes that social-engineering is one of the hardest attacks to protect against and now one of the most prevalent. The toolkit has been featured in a number of books including the number one best seller in security books for 12 months since its release, “Metasploit: The Penetrations Tester’s Guide” written by TrustedSec’s founder as well as Devon Kearns, Jim O’Gorman, and Mati Aharoni. Screenshots Problem with unrar or link die , please request here : goo.gl/t4uR9G Password for Unrar : tut4dl [hide][uploaded] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Rapidgator] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]]
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LinuxCBT - SLES-10 Edition Size: 3.76 GB Category: Linux Duration: 40 Hours Course Objective Network-based (HTTP & SSH) Installations Enable Apache HTTPD on Installation server Configure SUSE Ent. 10 Server as an HTTP Installation source with Apache Discuss system requirements Install SUSE Ent. 10 Server via HTTP Confirm results Grand Unified Boot Loader (GRUB) & System V Linux Runlevel implementation Explore GRUB configuration Explain SUSE Linux System V Init Runlevel (0 – 6) concepts & applications Identify key startup files, including scripts (inittab,Sscripts,Kscripts,etc.) GNOME & YaST Explore the GNOME Desktop Interface Explore YaST, centralized management tool Install packages using Yast package manager Basic GNU/Linux Skills – Command Line Interface (CLI) – BASH Introduction to GNOME Terminal Demonstrate usage of the following useful commands & concepts ls, pwd, cd, cp, mv, rm, mkdir, rmdir, whoami, man, info alias, cat, file, chmod, chown, history Standard in/out, UNIX Pipes, Redirection, Command Chaining ps, df, free, vmstat, top, kill less & more, head & tail, diff which & whereis, w, who Use grep and cut to process delimited log files find, locate tar, gzip/gunzip, bzip2, zcat Explore Pico text editor Install and explore Nano text editor Convert Windows text files to Unix format using dos2unix Convert Unix text files to Windows format using unix2dos Common Network Clients File Transfer Protocol (FTP) client Install and use LFTP – Sophisticated FTP Client to connect to FTP/HTTP servers Mirror and reverse mirror using LFTP to synchronize data Wget – HTTP/HTTPS/FTP connectivity Explain SSH concepts, implementation, etc. Use SSH Client to connect to remote Linux Systems using password authentication Identify key SSH-client files (.known_hosts, public/private key pairs,etc.) Authenticate to remote Linux systems using alternate credentials Use Secure Copy Protocol (SCP) to move data between systems non-interactively Use Secure File Transfer Protocol (SFTP) to move data between systems interactively Demonstrate how to generate Public/Private key (RSA/DSA) pairs using SSH-Keygen Demonstrate using SSH to authenticate to remote Linux hosts without passwords Generate Public Key/Private Key pairs for use with file and E-mail encryption Demonstrate using E-mail client with GNU Privacy Guard (GPG) Open PGP for E-Mail encryption Use Remote Desktop to connect to RDP & VNC remote Linux and Windows hosts Use ping, mtr & arp Use dig, host, nslookup name resolution clients NETSTAT IFCONFIG top RPM Package Management Tool Concepts & Usage Explain classes of SUSE Linux Packages Query existing packages Identify offline and online package repositories Install packages Upgrade packages Freshen packages Remove packages Identify package membership of files on the SUSE system Manage Users and Groups & Permissions User profile implementation logic and concepts – (Bash profile/etc/skel/aliases/PATH/etc.) User and group creation & management concepts – passwd, shadow, group, gshadow files Use YaST to create and manage users and groups SETUID SETGID – Group collaboration Sticky Bit Explore Hard and Symbolic links including across disparate file systems Paritions, File Systems & Volumes (RAID|LVM) Provision new paritions with FDISK/Parted/YaST & ReiserFS Configure RAID 0/1/5/ Volumes Implement Logical Volume Management (LVM) Provision additional Swap storage paritions and files Use MKSWAP & SWAPON to enable additional Swap storage Identify allocated swap space to the kernel Committ changes for persistence Explore System Logging via SYSLOG-NG and Logrotate Explore Boot log & System Log Explanation of syslog facilities & levels Discuss SYSLOG-NG features & enhancements Demonstrate syslog administration Enable SYSLOG network listener Demonstrate Cisco PIX Firewall to SUSE Linux SYSLOG-NG functionality Explore automatic log rotation and customization via Logrotate Configure Logrotate to rotate & compress sample log files top Network – Physical & Logical Configuration Identify key directories & files for static & dynamic communications Configure Linux client with static TCP/IP parameters for network communication Explore hotplug -> hwup -> ifup logic Use ifconfig to ascertain logical TCP/IP configuration Use hwinfo to ascertain installed hardware Configure Aliased Ethernet Interfaces to faciliate multiple IP addresses Implement Network Time Protocol (NTP) Client/Server Configure Network Time Protocol (NTP) to perform client/server time synchronization Identify NTP bounded UDP interfaces Synchronize SUSE Enterprise Linux NTP with RedHat Linux Stratum 2 NTP server Synchronize against Stratum 1 NTP servers Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) Explain DHCP Concepts & Applications Explore DHCP confiuration files Configure DHCP subnet with applicable options Configure DHCP Reservation based on layer-2 address Enable DHCP with DDNS Configure DHCP Failover between SUSE and RedHat Linux Servers Test DHCP Failover with Windows 2003 Host Domain Name System (DNS) Explore SUSE DNS configuration via YaST Configure BIND as a caching-only DNS server Implement Master DNS Zone Configure Reverse Zone for local subnet Implement Dynamic Domain Name System (DDNS) Zones (Forward/Reverse) Explain DHCP and DNS update integration options Integrate DHCP with DNS via Encypted Transaction Signatures (TSigs) Configure Windows 2003 Active Directory to publish DNS Records to SUSE Server Examine Windows 2003 SRV Records Configure Master/Slave Zones with RedHat Linux Server Evaluate results of BIND configuration using DIG & host Implement DNS sub-domains (Third-level domains) CRON – System Scheduler Explore Cron Implementation Explain scheduling options Global and scope-based Cron options Schedules jobs to run & examine the output Configure individual Crontab entries Samba Implementation Implement Linux & Windows Integration via Samba Explore Samba Configuration files Implement SMBFS integration with SUSE Enterprise Linux File System Mount Windows shares seamlessly using Samba File System (SMBFS) Configure FSTAB to support repetitive mounts Implement secure SMBFS credentials for mounting Install Samba Server support Install Samba Web-based Administration Tool (SWAT) Configure Samba file sharing Configure Samba with multiple NETBIOS aliases Install Active Directory on Windows 2003 Server Integrate SUSE Ent. 10 Server with Windows Active Directory (AD) Test Samba-to-Windows integration using ‘getent’ and authentication Very Secure VSFTPD File Transfer Protocol (FTP) services Implement anonymous FTPD Implement user-level FTPD access Implement FTPD banners Disable anonymous access Configure VSFTPD to chroot jail users into their home directories Implement bandwidth rate-limiting to control bandwidth usage Implement & test banning of unwelcomed anonymous e-mail addresses Implement VSFTPD user with redirect to a Samba share Network File System (NFS) Implementation Identify key services/daemons Configure NFS Client & Server Evaluate NFS connectivity to other Linux hosts RSYNC Implementation Discuss features and benefits Implement rsync Confirm results top Apache Web Server Implementation Discuss Apache server’s features and concepts Examine Apache-SUSE HTTPD CONF hierarchy Examine various configuration files Implement Apache Mod Alias and ScriptAlias Examine user home directories Discuss the Directory directive Explore redirects Configure.htacess file with directives Implement Basic and digest authentication schemes Configure IP-based Virtual Hosts Configure Name-based Virtual Hosts Explore Apache logging Implement Apache logging system per virtual host Webalizer Log Analysis software Implementation Generate web reports using Webalizer Implementation of PHP Dynamic Web Access Scripting Engine Evaluate PHP Dynamic Web Access Scripting Engine installation results Test basic PHP script-processing using sample scripts Create and test PHP-form with Apache MySQL Relational Database Management System Install MySQL Relational Database Management System Secure access to MySQL Explore MySQL monitor shell-based interface Create sample MySQL databases Load external data-set from Linux Load external data-set from Windows Integrate PHP with MySQL PHPMyAdmin – MySQL Web-based Management Interface Install PHPMyAdmin for web-based management of MySQL instances Explain & Secure access to PHPMyAdmin Explore PHPMyAdmin’s interface Postfix Message Transfer Agent (MTA) Introduction to Postfix Message Transfer Agent (MTA) Explore the directives in the Postfix configuration files Define default values for the FQDN Alter myorigin and examine results Configure Postfix to route messages using a Smarthost Examine how Postfix delivers mail locally Configure SMTP Relaying in Postfix Use Mutt to demonstrate outbound mail handling using Postfix Define SMTP Virtual domains for hosting multiple DNS domains Configure Postfix with a production LinuxCBT DNS domain Examine Virtual domain routing with production and non-production DNS domains Post Office Protocol Version 3 (POP3) Explain POP3 concepts and applications Implement POP3 daemon Connect to POP3 daemon using Windows 2003 Outlook Express client Reroute inbound messages using Sendmail to POP3 account for retrieval Use Mutt to send SMTP-based messages to POP3 account Internet Messaging Access Protocol (IMAP) Explain IMAP concepts and applications in comparison to POP3 Implement IMAP services Connect to IMAP services from remote Windows Outlook Express client Squirrel-mail Web-based Mail Interface Implementation Describe required squirrel mail components for web-mail integration Install squirrel mail on SUSE Enterprise Linux system Configure Apache virtual directory for squirrel mail integration Configure Apache Virtual Host for squirrel mail integration Configure BIND DNS services for squirrel mail integration Explore squirrel mail’s web-based interface PureFTPD Implementation Explore configuration & enable service Test various modes of operation Xen Virtualization Discuss features & benefits Implement Xen with instance of SUSE Ent. 10 Edition top System Audit & Lockdown Identify tools to perform system audit Ascertain and document current system state Close all superflous services Bind necessary services (daemons) to necessary interfaces and logical addresses Establish security configuration baseline XINETD (Enhanced & Secure INETD Super Server Implementation) Identify key XINETD configuration files Explain the contents and structure of xinetd.conf Restrict access to various daemons/services based on hosts & subnets Lockdown XINETD-controlled services Configure XINETD to restrict number of spawned instances of daemons/services Configure XINETD to bind daemons/services to specific sub-interfaces (Virtual IP addresses) XINETD logging Explore additional XINETD features TCP Wrappers concepts & applications Identify primary package and key TCP Wrappers configuration files Demonstrate disabled TCP Wrappers configurations by attempting connectivity Examine pre and post TCP Wrappers configuration effects Implement TCP Wrappers for common services Test local & remote access to TCP Wrappers-protected host & services IPTABLES (Netfilter Linux Kernel-based Firewall) Discuss IPTABLES/Netfilter Concepts Explain IPTABLES default chains/filters and policies Examine TCP/ICMP communications pre-IPTABLES chains Implement ICMP inbound filtration based on various hosts Use Cisco PIX Firewall to verify ICMP debugging Filter traffic based on Layer-4 TCP/UDP (Source/Destination Ports) information Restrict access to various daemons (SSH/FTP/HTTP/etc.) Test connectivity locally and remotely (RedHat/Windows/etc.) Network Mapper (NMAP) Obtain, compile and install current version of NMAP Identify commonly used NMAP options/switches/parameters Perform default TCP SYN-based ethical scans of local and remote resources Explain typical TCP handshake protocol while using NMAP Examine the results of scans on remote Cisco firewall with debugging mode enabled Perform default TCP Connect-based ethical scans of local and remote resources Examine the results of scans on remote Cisco PIX Firewall with debugging mode enabled Use NMAP to scan using aliased and spoofed IP addresses Peform local ethical scans Identifiy key NMAP configuration files Use NMAP to perform operating system fingerprinting Peform subnet-wide ethical scans Nessus Vulnerability Scanner Implementation Download & Install Nessus Client & Server Configure & test credentials Discuss plug-ins and scopes Perform vulnerability scans & evaluate results TCPDump Traffic Capture Discuss features Capture data in ASCII & Binary formats Implement Berkeley Packet Filters (BPFs) Analyze results Ethereal Traffic Analysis Discuss features Install using YaST Analyze TCPDump binary file Rebuild interesting TCP sessions Snort 2.x Network Intrusion Detection System (NIDS) Obtain, and install Snort pre-requisites (libpcap/libpcre/etc.) Obtain, compile and install the Snort Intrusion Detection System (NIDS) Identify and explain key operating modes (Sniffer/Logger/NIDS) Explore Snort in network sniffer mode Explain OSI Model and relevant Snort sniffing options Explore Snort in ASCII and Binary (TCPDUMP) logging modes Output Snort logs to ASCII text format and examine the results Output Snort logs to binary format and examine the results Implement Snort with BPF to filter traffic Generate traffic from remote Windows 2003 and Linux hosts Use Snort with Berkeley Packet Filter (BPF) to parse logs Implement Snort in NIDS modes Explore the snort.conf file and discuss rules Explain Logging and Alerting output options Perform port-scans from remote Linux systems and analyze Alerts Configure MySQL with Snort-compliant schema Configure Snort to log to MySQL Download & Install BASE web analysis application Configure BASE to read alerts from MySQL Evaluate results [Hidden Content]
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  24. LinuxCBT – Mail Edition English | Flash | javascript | XviD | 672?448 | 29.97fps 1255 Kbps | AC3 192 Kbps 48.0khz | ISO | 3.8 GB Genre: eLearning LinuxCBT Mail Edition focuses on the 4 leading Mail Transfer Agents (MTAs) and ancillary components: LinuxCBT Sendmail v8 Edition ? Module I Sendmail ? Installation Sendmail ? Mail Submission Program (MSP) mode Sendmail ? Mail Transfer Agent (MTA) mode Sendmail ? Local Mail Sendmail ? Logs Sendmail ? Aliases Sendmail ? Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) Mail Sendmail ? Mail Exchange (MX) based messaging Sendmail ? m4 Configuration Technique Sendmail ? Masquerading Sendmail ? Relay Control Sendmail ? Smart Host Configuration Sendmail ? Null Client Configuration Sendmail ? Virtual Domains Sendmail ? Malware Framework Sendmail ? Transport Layer Security (TLS) Configuration LinuxCBT Postfix Edition ? Module II Postfix ? Installation Postfix ? Local Mail & Queueing Postfix ? Aliases Postfix ? Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) Postfix ? Rewriting Features ? Canonical Maps ? BCC Maps Postfix ? Relay Control Postfix ? Smart Host & Null Client configuration Postfix ? Virtual Domains Postfix ? Mailbox Formats Postfix ? Network-based Mail Retrieval Postfix ? Web-based Mail Retrieval Postfix ? Malware Framework Postfix ? Log Analysis Postfix ? Transport Layer Security (TLS) Postfix ? SMTP AUTH ? Dovecot LinuxCBT qmail Edition ? Module III qmail ? Installation qmail ? Local Mail qmail ? Mail Storage Formats qmail ? Aliases qmail ? Remote Mail qmail ? Relay Control qmail ? Network-based Mail Retrieval qmail ? Web-based Mail Retrieval qmail ? Virtual Domains qmail ? Malware Framework ? OpenProtect, Bad Senders, TLS LinuxCBT Exim Edition ? Module IV Exim ? Features Exim ? Explore Environment Exim ? Local Mail Exim ? Remote Mail Exim ? Aliases Exim ? Relay Configuration Exim ? Smart Host Configuration Exim ? Queue Management Exim ? Log Configuration Exim ? Utilities Exim ? Virtual Domains Exim ? SMTP Authentication Exim ? SSL | TLS Configuration Linux/UNIX systems are responsible for moving the overwhelming majority of electronic Mail across private and public networks. Consequently, savvy Systems Admins. are expected to have a solid foundation in MTAs and ancillary components for general and automated mail-based applications. Let LinuxCBT Mail Edition help to solidify your understanding of key MTAs and ancillary components. [Hidden Content]
  25. Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA) Complete Video Course: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 English | Oct 1, 2014 | ISBN: 0789755947 | mp4 | H264 1280x720 | AAC 2 ch 95 kbps | 13 hrs 10 min | 2.91 GB eLearning 12+ Hours of Video Instruction Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA) Complete Video Course is an engaging self-paced video training solution that provides learners with more than 16 hours of personal visual instruction from an RHCSA and RHCE certified expert with more than 20 years of practical Linux teaching experience. Through the use of topic-focused instructional videos you will gain an in-depth understanding of the Red Hat Certified Administrator (RHCSA) exam as well as a deeper understanding of Red Hat Enterprise Linux so you master the key foundational principles of systems administration. Included with the product are dynamic and interactive hands-on exercises and quizzes designed to test your knowledge while you study. The course includes 100% coverage of exam objectives, hands-on exercises included with each lesson so you can practice what you learned in a real CLI environment, multiple-choice quizzes to help you test your knowledge, and hands-on exercises to give you the extra edge you need to excel on the exam. Description Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA) Complete Video Course contains more than 12 hours of training with content divided into 4 modules with 26 video lessons. The videos consist of live trainer discussions, CLI presentations, live demos, and practice exam exercise walk-throughs. The video lessons in this course review each exam objective so you can use this course as a complete study tool for taking the Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA) Complete Video Course. Instruction throughout offers detailed explanations, demos, tips, and more. This Complete Video Course includes interactive hands-on exercises for each lesson with thorough video explanations. The streaming site also includes module quizzes and exercises so you can test your knowledge every step of the way. Major topics include Module 1: Performing Basic System Management Tasks 1: Installing Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server 2: Using Essential Tools 3: Essential File Management Tools 4: Working with Text Files 5: Connecting to a RHEL Server 6: Managing Users and Groups 7: Connecting to an LDAP Server 8: Managing Permissions 9: Configuring Networking Module 2: Operating Red Hat Enterprise Linux Servers 10: Managing Processes 11: Managing Software 12: Working with Virtual Machines 13: Scheduling Tasks 14: Configuring Logging 15: Managing Partitions 16: Managing LVM Logical Volumes Module 3: Performing Advanced System Administration Tasks 17: Managing the Kernel 18: Using Kickstart 19: Managing and Understanding the Boot Procedure 20: Applying Essential Troubleshooting Skills Module 4: Managing Network Services: 21: Managing HTTP Services 22: Managing SELinux 23: Configuring a Firewall 24: Configuring FTP Services 25: Configuring Time Services 26: Configuring VNC Access Skill Level * Beginning to intermediate What You Will Learn - Key concepts for all the objectives on the Red Hat Certified Administrator (RHCSA) exam - Information on the new RHEL 7 exam Who Should Take This Course Primary audience: Red Hat Certified Administrator (RHCSA) certification candidates Secondary audience: - Anyone interested in learning about Red Hat from the ground up - Linux engineers who are interested in learning more about Red Hat Enterprise Linux - Junior system administrators who want to deepen their skills - Administrators currently administering UNIX systems and developers who write software for Linux Course Requirements The ideal target student has some preliminary Linux knowledge already, because this course focuses on Linux administration rather than on basic Linux usage. Table of Contents I Introduction II What to Expect on the RHCSA Exam III Preparing an Environment for Doing Exercises Module 1 Performing Basic System Management Tasks 1 Installing Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server Learning Objectives 1.1 What You Need on Your Server 1.2 Installing Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server Exercise 1 Summary 2 Using Essential Tools Learning Objectives 2.1 Using man 2.2 Understanding vim 2.3 Editing Text Files with vim 2.4 Understanding Globbing and Wildcards 2.5 Using Globbing and Wildcards 2.6 Understanding I/O Redirection and Pipes 2.7 Using I/O Redirection and Pipes Exercise 2 Explanation to Exercise 2 Summary 3 Essential File Management Tools Learning Objectives 3.1 Understanding Linux File System Layout 3.2 Essential File Management Tasks 3.3 Finding Files 3.4 Understanding Links 3.5 Working with Links 3.6 Working with tar Exercise 3 Explanation to Exercise 3 Summary 4 Working with Text Files Learning Objectives 4.1 Understanding Regular Expressions 4.2 Using Common Text Tools (tail, head, tr, cut, sort) 4.3 Working with grep 4.4 sed and awk Basics Explanation to Exercise 4 Summary Lesson 4 Interactive Exercise 5 Connecting to a RHEL Server Learning Objectives 5.1 Opening Local Shells (Including Virtual Consoles) 5.2 Connecting to a Server with SSH 5.3 Understanding SSH Keys 5.4 Using SSH Keys Exercise 5 Explanation to Exercise 5 Summary Lesson 5 Interactive Exercise 6 Managing Users and Groups Learning Objectives 6.1 Understanding the Need for Users 6.2 Understanding User Properties 6.3 Creating and Managing Users 6.4 Understanding Group Membership 6.5 Creating and Managing Groups 6.6 User and Group Configuration Files 6.7 Managing Password Properties Exercise 6 Explanation to Exercise 6 Summary 7 Connecting to an LDAP Server Learning Objectives 7.1 Understanding LDAP 7.2 Telling Your Server Where to Find the LDAP Server 7.3 Understanding Automount 7.4 Understanding sssd 7.5 Modifying sssd Configuration Exercise Explanation to Exercise 7 Summary 8 Managing Permissions Learning Objectives 8.1 Understanding Ownership: Users, Groups,, and Others 8.2 Changing File Ownership 8.3 Understanding Basic Permissions 8.4 Managing Basic Permissions 8.5 Understanding Special Permissions 8.6 Managing Special Permissions 8.7 Understanding ACLs 8.8 Managing ACLs Exercise 8 Explanation to Exercise 8 Summary Lesson 8 Interactive Exercise 9 Configuring Networking Learning Objectives 9.1 Understanding NIC Naming 9.2 Managing NIC Configuration with the ip Command 9.3 Storing Network Configuration Persistently 9.4 Understanding Network Manager 9.5 Using Network Manager Utilities (nmcli, nm-tool) 9.6 Understanding Routing and DNS 9.7 Configuring Routing and DNS 9.8 Understanding Network Analysis Tools 9.9 Using Network Analysis Tools Exercise 9 Explanation to Exercise 9 Summary Module 1 Quiz Module 2 Operating Red Hat Enterprise Linux Servers 10 Managing Processes Learning Objectives 10.1 Understanding Jobs and Processes 10.2 Managing Shell Jobs 10.3 Getting Process Information with ps 10.4 Understanding Memory Usage 10.5 Understanding Performance Load 10.6 Monitoring System Activity with top 10.7 Sending Signals to Processes 10.8 Understanding Priorities and Niceness 10.9 Changing Process Nice Values Exercise 10 Explanation to Exercise 10 Summary Lesson 10 Interactive Exercise 11 Managing Software Learning Objectives 11.1 Understanding Meta Package Handlers 11.2 Setting Up Yum Repositories 11.4 Using rpm Queries Exercise 11 Explanation to Exercise 11 Summary Lesson 11 Interactive Exercise 12 Working with Virtual Machines Learning Objectives 12.1 Introducing KVM Virtualization 12.2 Managing Libvirt and KVM 12.3 Using virsh 12.4 Using virt-manager Exercise 12 Explanation to Exercise 12 Summary 13 Scheduling Tasks Learning Objectives 13.1 Cron Versus at 13.2 Understanding Cron Configuration Files and Execution Times 13.3 Scheduling with Cron 13.4 Using at Exercise 13 Explanation to Exercise 13 Summary 14 Configuring Logging Learning Objectives 14.1 Understanding Rsyslogd and Journald Logging 14.2 Integrating Rsyslogd and Journald 14.3 Configuring Rsyslog Logging 14.4 Working with Journald 14.6 Configuring logrotate Exercise 14 Explanation to Exercise 14 Summary Lesson 14 Interactive Exercise 15 Managing Partitions Learning Objectives 15.1 Understanding Disk Layout 15.2 Creating Partitions 15.3 Understanding File System Differences 15.4 Making the File System 15.5 Mounting the Partition Manually 15.6 Understanding /etc/fstab 15.7 Mounting Partitions via /etc/fstab 15.8 Understanding Encrypted Partitions 15.9 Creating a LUKS Encrypted Partition 15.10 Dealing with "Enter root password for maintenance mode" Exercise 15 Explanation to Exercise 15 Summary Lesson 15 Interactive Exercise 16 Managing LVM Logical Volumes Learning Objectives 16.1 Why use LVM 16.2 Understanding LVM Setup 16.3 Creating an LVM Logical Volume 16.4 Understanding Device Mapper and LVM Device Names 16.5 Understanding LVM Resize Operations 16.6 Growing an LVM Logical Volume 16.7 Shrinking an LVM Logical Volume Exercise 16 Explanation to Exercise 16 Summary Lesson 16 Interactive Exercise Module 2 Quiz Module 3 Performing Advanced System Administration Tasks 17 Managing the Kernel Learning Objectives 17.1 Understanding the Modular Structure of the Kernel 17.2 Working with Kernel Modules 17.3 Modifying Kernel Module Behavior Through modprobe 17.4 Tuning Kernel Behavior Through /proc 17.5 Using sysctl 17.6 Updating the Kernel Exercise 17 Explanation to Exercise 17 Summary Lesson 17 Interactive Exercise 18 Using Kickstart Learning Objectives 18.1 Understanding Kickstart Usage 18.2 Creating a Kickstart File 18.3 Using the Kickstart File for Automatic Installations 18.4 Using Kickstart Files in Fully Automated Datacenters Exercise 18 Explanation to Exercise 18 Summary 19 Managing and Understanding the Boot Procedure Learning Objectives 19.1 Boot Procedure Generic Overview 19.2 Understanding Grub2 19.3 Modifying Grub2 Parameters 19.4 Understanding systemd 19.5 Managing Services in a systemd Environment 19.6 Understanding systemd Targets 19.7 Switching Between systemd Targets 19.8 Managing File System Mounts in a systemd Environment 19.9 Managing Automount in a systemd Environment Exercise 19 Explanation to Exercise 19 Summary 20 Applying Essential Troubleshooting Skills Learning Objectives 20.1 Changing Grub Parameters on Boot 20.2 Making Grub Changes Persistent 20.3 Starting the rescue.target Mode 20.4 Changing the Root Password Exercise 20 Explanation to Exercise 20 Summary Module 3 Quiz Module 4 Managing Network Services 21 Managing HTTP Services 21.1 Understanding Apache Configuration 21.2 Creating a Basic Website Exercise 21 Explanation to Exercise 21 Summary 22 Managing SELinux Learning Objectives 22.1 Understanding the Need for SELinux 22.2 Understanding SELinux Modes and Policy 22.3 Understanding SELinux Labels and Booleans 22.4 Using File System Labels 22.5 Understanding semanage fcontext and chcon Differences 22.6 Using Booleans 22.7 Configuring SELinux for Apache Exercise 22 Explanation to Exercise 22 Summary Lesson 22 Interactive Exercise 23 Configuring a Firewall Learning Objectives 23.1 Understanding Firewall Configuration 23.2 Using Firewalld Exercise 23 Explanation to Exercise 23 Summary 24 Configuring FTP Services Learning Objectives 24.1 Understanding FTP Configuration 24.2 Configuring an FTP Server for Anonymous Downloads Exercise 24 Explanation to Exercise 24 Summary 25 Configuring Time Services Learning Objectives 25.1 Understanding Time on Linux 25.2 Setting Up a Chrony Time Server Exercise 25 Explanation to Exercise 25 Summary 26 Configuring VNC Access Learning Objectives 26.1 Understanding VNC 26.2 Configuring a VNC Server 26.3 Connecting to a VNC Server Exercise 26 Explanation to Exercise 26 Summary Course Interactive Exercise Module 4 Quiz Course Intro This session introduces the course and explains what students can expect of it. What to expect on the RHCSA exam This session explains what participants can expect on the RHCSA exam. Preparing an Environment for Doing Exercises This session explains how participants can set up an environment in which they can do hands-on practice. Module 1: Performing Basic System Management Tasks Lesson 1: Installing Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server In this lesson, the participant learns how to install Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server. In this important lesson the student sets up the environment he can use for further practice during the rest of this course. Lesson 2: Using Essential Tools This lesson revises basic shell skills, such as editing text files, using commands, and finding help. It also discusses input/output redirection. Lesson 3: Essential File Management Tools This lesson revises how to use essential file management tools that enable administrators to list, copy, move, and delete files and to create hard and symbolic links. It also discusses how to compress and archive files and how to find files. Lesson 4: Working with Text Files In this lesson, the student learns how to process text files. Regular expressions as well as common tools such as grep, cut, and tail, are discussed. Lesson 5: Connecting to a RHEL Server This lesson teaches how to connect to a RHEL Server. It includes local connection methods such as virtual consoles, but also discusses how to connect to a server using SSH and VNC. Lesson 6: Managing Users and Groups In this lesson, the student learns how to create and manage user and group accounts. It also covers authentication against an LDAP Directory server. Lesson 7: Connecting to an LDAP Server In this lesson, students learn how to connect Red Hat Enterprise Server to an LDAP Server to handle authentication. Lesson 8: Managing Permissions This lesson teaches how to manage file permissions and Access Control Lists. Lesson 9: Configuring Networking This lesson discusses how to set up networking on Red Hat Enterprise Linux. Module 2: Operating Red Hat Enterprise Linux Servers Lesson 10: Managing Processes This lesson shows how tasks and processes are managed. It explains how to interpret information from the top utility and shows how to terminate processes and change process priority. Lesson 11: Managing Software This lesson explains how to install and manage software. It explains how to refer to repositories and how to use the yum tool to install software from the repositories. It also teaches how to perform queries on installed software using the rpm tool. Lesson 12: Working with Virtual Machines This lesson explains how to work with virtual machines in a KVM environment. It explains how to use the role of libvirt, and how to work with the virsh and virt-manager tools. Lesson 13: Scheduling Tasks In this lesson, the student learns how to use Cron and atd to schedule a task for regular execution, or one-time-only execution at a specific time. Lesson 14: Configuring Logging This lesson shows how to configure an rsyslog server for local log handling. Lesson 15: Managing Partitions In this lesson, the student learns how to organize storage. Creation of partitions is covered, as well as formatting these partitions with the XFS or ext4 file systems. Lesson 16: Managing LVM Logical Volumes This lesson explains how to work with logical volumes. It explains how to set up a server with logical volumes. Module 3: Performing Advanced System Administration Tasks Lesson 17: Managing the Kernel This lesson discusses how to perform basic kernel management tasks. It discusses how to update the kernel and how kernel modules are used to manage hardware on a server system. Lesson 18: Using Kickstart This lesson discusses how to use Kickstart for an automated installation of Red Hat Enterprise Linux. Lesson 19: Managing and Understanding the Boot Procedure This lesson discusses the boot procedure from the Grub2 boot loader up to starting services with systemd. Lesson 20: Applying Essential Troubleshooting Skills This lesson explains how to resolve common problems that can occur during the boot procedure. Module 4: Managing Network Services Lesson 21: Managing HTTP Services This lesson discusses how to set up a basic HTTP server. Lesson 22: Managing SELinux This lesson discusses how SELinux is used to protect services on a Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server. It introduces some of the most common SELinux management tasks and explains how to deal with common SELinux-related problems. Lesson 23: Configuring a Firewall This lesson explains how to use system-config-firewall to set up a firewall. Lesson 24: Configuring FTP Services In this lesson, students learn how to set up an FTP service for anonymous file downloads. Lesson 25: Configuring Time Services In this lesson, the participant learns how to set up the NTP service to get time from an NTP server. Lesson 26: Configuring VNC Access In this lesson, students learn how to configure Red Hat Enterprise Linux for VNC access. This includes the configuration of a VNC Server as well as connecting RHEL 7 to an external VNC Server. [Hidden Content]
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