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Unformatted text preview: stem Configuration Checking file system type using /etc/fstab file, knowing its layout and meaning. Knowing basic user environment (etc/skel/) and home directories. Using rpm to 1) validating a package signature; 2) add and remove Linux components; 3) add updates, 4) verify packages (install or not); 5) check what package a file is in. Creating and using custom RPMs. 1) install source rpms; 2) verify /usr/src/redhat directory structure; 3) change compile time options for a source RPM; 4) rebuild custom source and binary rpms; 5) build an rpm from a tar archive. Adding, deleting and modifying users. Configure keyboard using kbconfig utilities. Mounting hard disks, floppy disks, and removable media using mount command. Configuring sound card using sndconfig utility. Knowing virtual consoles, daemons, netsysv, chkconfig utilities. Setting up and managing disk quotas: 1. Installing quota RPM 2. Modifying /etc/rc.d/rc.sysinit file 3. Modifying etc/fstab 4. Creating quota.user file for each partition Red Hat Certified Engineer (RH302) 5. Using edquota to set up per user disk quotas 6. Creating default quota settings 7. Generating quota reports 8. Configuring quotas on nfs filesystems 9. Understanding monolithic vs. modular kernel concepts Updating linux kernel to newer version, kernel rpm's and tar file. Understanding kernel source tree and documentation. Configuring kernel scripts, compiling and installing a custom kernel or kernel modules. Updating LILO. Using mkinitrd and mkbootdisk utilities. Understanding kernel configuration options 1. The standard Red Hat kernel configuration 2. Code maturity level options 3. Loadable module support options 4. General set up options 5. Floppy, IDE and other block device options 6. Non IDE/SCSI CDROM support options 7. Networking and network device options 8. SCSI support options and low level drivers 9. ISDN options 10. File system options 11. Character device options (serial and parallel ports, mice, QIC tapes, APM) 12. Sound system support options 13. Kernel profiling support Configuri...
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