Linux schools/courses

Linux OS and Applications programs, certificates, diplomas and degrees (On campus, Online or On-site)
Total 100 training courses/programs at schools in Chicago, IL, USA



TrainingCity USA

Campuses/Training Centers: Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Houston, Los Angeles, Milwaukee, New York City, Phoenix, San Diego, Seattle
Phone No.: 800-381-5654

Embedded Linux Workshop

Course Format: Public Course/Instructor-Led/Open Enrollment  V

The course is designed for individuals with experience in software design. A Basic knowledge of a programming language such as C++ or Java will be helpful. Background in embedded system development will be a plus.

The application of the Linux Operating system in embedded systems design is exploding. More and more new and unique applications are being designed and deployed everyday. Programmers and hardware designers will benefit from this 4 day opportunity to develop real world embedded Linux skilled through hands on exercises, labs, and design projects.

What You Will Learn
develop real world embedded Linux skills through hands on exercises, labs, and design projects.
Review and compare a range of vendor specific Embedded Linux products

Who Should Attend
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Software Designers
Programmers
Hardware Engineers
Test and QA Specialists
Project Managers
Sales Engineers

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Embedded Linux Device Driver Development Workshop

Course Format: Public Course/Instructor-Led/Open Enrollment  V

Device Driver Development in Embedded Linux is a complex topic requiring expertise in a number of functional areas. In this hands on workshop, attendees gain the skills necessary to develop embedded Linux device drivers.
Modules
Building and Running Modules
Setting Up Your Test System
The Hello World Module
Kernel Modules Versus Applications
Compiling and Loading
The Kernel Symbol Table
Preliminaries
Initialization and Shutdown
Module Parameters
Doing It in User Space

Data Types in the Kernel
Use of Standard C Types
Assigning an Explicit Size to Data Items
Interface-Specific Types
Other Portability Issues
Linked Lists

The Linux Device Model
Kobjects, Ksets, and Subsystems
Low-Level Sysfs Operations
Hotplug Event Generation
Buses, Devices, and Drivers
Classes
Putting It All Together
Hotplug
Dealing with Firmware... [Read More]


Hewlett-Packard Education & Training

Campuses/Training Centers: Atlanta, Baltimore, Chicago, Denver, Detroit, Houston, Irvine, Pennsylvania, Phoenix, Seattle
Phone No.: 1-800-472-5277

HP Serviceguard on Linux

Course Format: Public Course/Instructor-Led/Open Enrollment  V

This course is designed for experienced Linux system and network administrators who will be implementing HP Serviceguard A.11.20. Topics include the basic requirements of a highly available system and progress through to the configuration of a Serviceguard cluster and packages, culminating in using both NFS and Oracle 11gR2 toolkit packages. The course is 50 percent lecture and 50 percent hands-on labs using RHEL 6.2 on HP servers.

At the conclusion of this course you should be able to:

Configure, implement, and manage an HP Serviceguard cluster and packages
Install prerequisite software packages
Install HP Serviceguard A.11.20 and Serviceguard Manager
Use ‘cmeasyinstall�
Utilize basic troubleshooting techniques
Install and configure NFS and Oracle packages using the toolkits


Fast Lane Consulting and Education Services, Inc.

Campuses/Training Centers: Austin, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, Philadelphia, San Diego, San Francisco
Phone No.: (919) 674-3100

Red Hat Linux Programming

Course Format: Public Course/Instructor-Led/Open Enrollment  V

This intensive course rapidly trains programmers to develop applications and programs on Red Hat Enterprise Linux. Over the span of five days, you´ll get hands-on training, concepts, and demonstrations with emphasis on realistic labs and programming exercises.

Course Content
1. GCC - GNU Compiler Collection

GNU Compiler Collection
History of GCC
Four Stages of GCC
Interrupting the Compiler
Compiling a C Program
Preprocessor Features
Predefined Preprocessor Symbols
Warnings and Extensions
Optimization
Linking
2. Building Software with Make

Introducing make(1)
How make Works
Makefile Rule Syntax
Example: Makefile First Steps
Makefile Improved
Implicit Rules
Example: Simpler Is Better Makefile
Variables
Defining Variables
Example: Makefile with Variables
Automatic Variables
Special Targets
Defining Useful Phony Targets
3. The GNU C Library and System Calls
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Red Hat Linux Kernal Internals

Course Format: Public Course/Instructor-Led/Open Enrollment  V

This hands-on course provides an intensive and low-level examination of the Linux kernel architecture, including process scheduling,memory management, and I/O. Topics covered in this course are useful for understanding more advanced performance tuning concepts, like those presented in RH442 Red Hat Enterprise System Monitoring and Performance Tuning. You will also gain an understanding of how device drivers interact with the kernel.

Short Outline
User and Kernel Mode
Kernel Compilation
Kernel Initialization
Kernel Modules
Introduction to Device Drivers
Kernel API Overview
Kernel Debugging
System Tap
Process Management
Scheduling
Kernel Threads
Timing
Interrupts
Locking
Memory
Working with the Linux Community

Red Hat Enterprise SELinux Policy Administration

Course Format: Public Course/Instructor-Led/Open Enrollment  V

Among the most significant features of Red Hat Enterprise Linux is SELinux (Security Enhanced Linux), a powerful, kernel-level security layer that provides fine-grained control over what users and processes may access and execute on a system. By default, SELinux is enabled on Red Hat Enterprise Linux systems, enforcing a set of mandatory access controls that Red Hat calls the targeted policy. These access controls substantially enhance the security of the network services they target, but can sometimes affect the behavior of third-party applications and scripts that worked under previous versions of Red Hat Enterprise Linux.

RHS429 provides a four day tutorial on SELinux and SELinux policy writing. The first day of the course provides a introduction to SELinux, how it operates within the Red Hat targeted policy, and the tools used to manipulate it. The class then will spend the remaining days learning how policies are written, compiled, and debugged.

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Red Hat Linux Troubleshooting (Certificate)

Course Format: Public Course/Instructor-Led/Open Enrollment  V

Troubleshooting is both an art and a science. An instinct and a technique. In Red Hat Linux Troubleshooting (RH242), system administrators will learn techniques for troubleshooting a Linux system and how to use the troubleshooting tools available on Red Hat Enterprise Linux. This course is a four-day, heavily lab-oriented class designed to help the student learn or improve troubleshooting skills. Students will gain troubleshooting experience by debugging live, virtualized systems.

Introduction to troubleshooting techniques, including being prepared
Troubleshooting hardware, including listing, testing, and analyzing devices
Troubleshooting applications, including diagnosing performance problems and investigating application and OS interactions
Troubleshooting disks and file systems, including LVM, LUKS, ext3/4, and unauthorized changes
Troubleshooting the network, including configuring, testing, and diagnosing problems with basic and advanced configurati... [Read More]

Red Hat Enterprise Linux for Solaris Administrators (Certificate)

Course Format: Public Course/Instructor-Led/Open Enrollment  V

RH290 Red Hat Enterprise Linux for Solaris Administrators quickly and efficiently covers many of the hands-on, practical skills needed when migrating from Solaris to Red Hat Enterprise Linux. Focusing on the differences between the two operating systems, the course covers Red Hat Enterprise Linux equivalents to Solaris-specific technologies, such as applying software patches, automated deployment with Jumpstart, and advanced filesystem features. In addition, the course demonstrates how to use RPM, yum, the Red Hat Network (RHN), and Kickstart to manage your environment. You will acquire and set Linux kernel tunables, explore and configure the many supported hardware devices available from multiple vendors, and secure your users and services.

Upon completion of this course, you will have the knowledge and skillset to take RH253, Red Hat Linux Networking and Security Administration, or the RH300 Rapid Track Course.

This class leverages existing UNIX-based skills t... [Read More]


Learning Tree International

Campuses/Training Centers: Annapolis, Atlanta, Baltimore, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, New York, Philadelphia
Phone No.: 1-888-843-8733

UNIX and Linux Tools and Utilities

Course Format: Public Course/Instructor-Led/Open Enrollment  V

You Will Learn How To

Become an expert builder and user of UNIX/Linux tools and utilities
Perform complex search strings using regular expressions
Employ standard, programmable text filters to manipulate text and data
Build shell scripts to automate routine tasks
Achieve significant productivity gains by matching the mix of tools to the task at hand
Process structured data with awk

Course Benefits

UNIX and Linux provide a rich set of utilities to enable developers to streamline tasks and maximize productivity. To realize the full power of your UNIX/Linux system, you need to choose the right tools and use them in the right combination. Through extensive in-class hands-on exercises, you gain the knowledge and skills to adapt the UNIX environment to your particular needs.

Linux Administration and Support

Course Format: Public Course/Instructor-Led/Open Enrollment  V

You Will Learn How To

Install, configure and support Linux servers for reliability, functionality and performance
Control and troubleshoot the boot process
Create and extend volume management and mount external media
Deploy software components from source and packaged distributions
Deliver file, print and network services for both UNIX and Windows clients
Build, install and tune a customized Linux kernel for improved functionality

Course Benefits

Open source software and operating systems continue to increase in popularity, allowing organizations to maintain complex systems more cost effectively. The need for administrators who can leverage the benefits of these systems is growing at a rapid rate. In this course, you gain the knowledge and skills required to build, manage and tune a Linux server to meet your organization’s critical administrative needs.

UNIX and Linux Security

Course Format: Public Course/Instructor-Led/Open Enrollment  V

You Will Learn How To

Secure UNIX and Linux systems from internal and external threats
Control authenticated access to local and remote resources
Scan servers for vulnerabilities and correct the problems that are found
Reduce security risk by limiting superuser privileges
Configure tools and utilities to minimize exposure and detect intrusions
Tackle security problems by swapping out insecure software components

Course Benefits

The UNIX family of operating systems, including the Linux versions, is prized by IT professionals for its flexibility and openness. However, vulnerabilities can make UNIX systems susceptible to information assurance threats. In this course, you gain the skills needed to secure your UNIX and Linux platforms. You learn to use tools and utilities to assess vulnerabilities, detect threats and provide effective access controls.


New Horizons Chicago

Campus/Training Center: Chicago
Phone No.: 773-693-6000

SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 Administration

Course Format: Public Course/Instructor-Led/Open Enrollment  V

SUSE Linux Enterprise Server is highly reliable, manageable server operating system that enables firms to cost-effectively and securely deliver mission critical services. In this class students will learn the tasks essential to server administration.

Outline :
Lesson 1: Configure Fundamental Networking Services


Lesson 2: Manage Printing


Lesson 3: Configure and Use Open LDAP


Lesson 4: Configure and Use Samba


Lesson 5: Configure a Web Server


Lesson 6: Configure and Use IPv6


Lesson 7: Perform a Health Check and Performance Tuning


Lesson 8: Create Shell Scripts


Lesson 9: Deploy SUSE Linux Enterprise


Lesson 10: Xen


Lesson 11: LiveFire Exercise

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