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List of topics

  • Introduction
  • Why is Linux worth learning?
  • VirtualBox installation/setup
  • RedHat virtual machine setup
  • RedHat dual boot setup
  • Linux GUI essentials
  • File system navigation ls, cd, pwd
  • Finding files commands find, locate, upadtedb, man
  • File & folder ownership commands chown, chmod
  • Move, delete, and copy file commands mv, rm, cp
  • Commands grep, pipe, echo, cat
  • YUM package manager
  • RPM package manager
  • Redhat Certified System Administration Exam
  • Globbing (wildcards)
  • IORedirection
  • Linux file system
  • Links
  • Backups and compression
  • Automating tasks with cron
  • User properties and where they are stored in the system
  • Creating a user
  • Creating groups and assigning users to them
  • Intro to network interfaces
  • Network manager and configuration + troubleshooting tools
  • Installing and configuring SSH server pt.1
  • SSH passwordless and SCP (secure copying of files between hosts)
  • Partitioning and file systems
  • Partitioning a new disk
  • Formatting a partition using xfs file system
  • Mounting the partitions
  • Linux volume management (LVM)
  • LUKS

23 thoughts on “(FREE) The Complete Red Hat Linux Course: Beginner to RHCSA!

  1. Hi Joseph,

    I’m following your Red Hat course from beginner to RHCSA and I’m enjoying it a lot, including your funny comments on your absent-indeness that make me smile and make the course less hard.

    I have been checking the options on changing from xfs to LVM and I have seen that it can also be done using the command pvcreate.

    It makes a LVM_2 volume.

    Can you tell me a bit on the differences on a simple Linux LVM and the one created by pvcreate?

    Thank you and congratulations by your work, great job!!


  2. How can i ask a doubt on one of the RHEL command.

  3. I have just come across you video.i have no experience in Linux but I want to be red hat certified administrator.Obviously I need to take question is it possible for a beginner to study your material and be ready for the test .I was told to take lpl so I understand the basics but I want to dive into red hat as soon as possible.thank you

    1. Hi Tracy,

      The video tutorial will give you a very good foundation. I would recommend visiting Red Hat’s site if you wish to pursue the RHCSA certification.

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  5. Hi, I have installed CentOS 7 on oracle VM 64 bit.
    I observed I am unable to connect to Wifi network, in GUI I can see no Wifi Adapter found.
    Please help how can this be fixed, I tried a lot of help available on internet but in vain.
    I selected Bridged Adapter in VM Box setting

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  7. Joseph Delgadillo,

    Hope you are doing well.I use to follow your tutorials on RHCSA tutorials its very easy to understand itsa great work just wanna know whether you have you done any additional videos to covered the left out topics as listed below

    – firewall, iptables, virtual machines, access control lists,systemd, firewalld, systemctl, journalctl, hosts file and how to deal with it, etc

    If so pls share those to my email ID: [email protected]


  8. Hi Joseph

    Hope you are doing well.I just now started to follow your tutorial on Linux course you are doing a great job.Just wanna know whether have you done any additional tutorials on those left out topics as listed below

    – systemd, firewalld, systemctl, journalctl, hosts file and how to deal with it, etc.
    – firewall, iptables, virtual machines, access control lists etc

    If so kindly share me the link to my mail ID: [email protected]

    Once again heads up you are doing a Gr8 job


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