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Unlock The Power of Linux: Expert Training For Success

Introduction To Linux

Our four-day Introduction To Linux training course is designed to provide beginners with the fundamental knowledge and skills necessary to understand and work with the Linux operating system. Our goal is to bring greater efficiency to your IT infrastructure by learning to employ the standardised and finely tuned processes of the Linux operating system in your enterprise environment. This course will help you gain the foundational knowledge and skills to administer and support your Linux OS, and learn to control permissions, process data, and use shell scripts to perform administrative tasks.

  • Basic computer knowledge and familiarity operating a computer system
  • This course uses Red Hat Enterprise Linux
  • Concepts taught are applicable to all Linux distributions


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Created by Linus Torvalds in 1991, Linux has grown into a powerful and widely used operating system known for its stability, security, and flexibility.
Being highly customisable, Linux allows users to tailor their systems to meet their specific needs and is used across various domains, including servers, desktops, embedded systems, mobile devices, and high-performance computing.

Supporting a vast range of software applications, Linux fosters a vibrant open-source community and is favoured by developers, system administrators, and technology enthusiasts for its reliability, security, and ability to be customised.

Linux offers several benefits as an operating system such as: 

  • Open Source: Linux is an open-source operating system, which means its source code is freely available.
  • Stability and Reliability: Linux is known for its stability and reliability and is designed to run continuously without requiring frequent reboots, making it suitable for mission-critical applications and servers.
  • Security: Linux has a robust security framework. The open-source nature allows security vulnerabilities to be identified and patched quickly.
  • Flexibility and Customisation: Linux offers a high degree of flexibility and customisation.
  • Hardware Compatibility: Linux has extensive hardware compatibility, supporting a wide range of hardware architectures and devices.
  • Wide Software Ecosystem: Linux has a vast software ecosystem with thousands of free and open-source software applications and tools.
  • Community and Support: Linux has a vibrant and active community of users and developers who provide support, documentation, and troubleshooting assistance.