Linux Foundation Cert Prep: Service Configuration (Ubuntu)

Linux Foundation Cert Prep: Service Configuration (Ubuntu)

Linux Foundation Cert Prep: Service Configuration (Ubuntu)

English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 1h 03m | 181 MB

LFCS is one of the most popular Linux certifications. This course maps to the portion of the LFCS exam covering services: the super useful and dependable programs that provide system logging, web hosting, and more. Instructor Scott Simpson shows how to manage how services run on Linux, and how to set up the most common and popular services: web servers, Secure Shell, databases, time synchronization, and remote logging. Plus, learn how to secure services at the host or user level, to keep your Linux system safe from attacks and data breaches.

Topics include:

  • Service management
  • Accessing systems remotely with SSH
  • Configuring web servers
  • Configuring a database
  • Configuring remote logging
Table of Contents

Introduction
1 Welcome
2 Lab setup

Service Management
3 Runlevels and targets

Secure Shell
4 Configure SSH servers and clients
5 Configure SSH-based remote access using public_private key pairs

Web Server
6 Configure an HTTP server
7 Set up name-based virtual web hosts
8 Configure SSL on an HTTP server
9 Configure HTTP server log files
10 Restrict access to a webpage

Other Services
11 Configure a database server
12 Configure a time synchronization server
13 Configure a client to communicate with an NTP server
14 Configure remote logging

Conclusion
15 Next steps

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