Linux File Sharing

By Cara Nolte

This is a stand-alone course but is also a learning path intended to prepare you for the LPIC-2 202-450 exam.

4 hours
  • 32 Lessons
  • 4 Hands-On Labs

About the course

This course is a deep-dive course on Linux File Sharing. This is a stand-alone course, but it is also part of the learning path intended to prepare you for the LPIC-2 Engineer 202-450 exam. In this course, we’ll cover basic and advanced configurations for Samba and NFS including configuring file servers, exporting file shares, user authentication, client configuration, and client mount options.

  • Chapter 1 2 Lessons Introduction 3:49

    Course Introduction

    1:31

    About the Training Architect

    2:18
  • Chapter 2 6 Lessons Basic Samba Server Configuration 49:20

    Introduction to Basic Samba Server Configuration

    0:34

    Samba Overview

    2:01

    Configuring a Samba Server

    12:40

    Samba: Tools and Utilities

    3:01

    Conclusion: Basic Samba Server Configuration

    1:04

    Configure a Samba Server and Export a File System on Linux

    30:00 Hands-On Lab
  • Chapter 3 8 Lessons Advanced Configuration for Samba 1:11:36

    Introduction to Advanced Configuration for Samba

    0:44

    Accessing Samba Shares with a Samba Client

    8:56

    User Authentication: Part 1

    9:19

    User Authentication: Part 2

    9:12

    User Authentication: Part 3

    9:59

    Printer Configuration for Samba

    2:36

    Conclusion: Advanced Configuration for Samba

    0:50

    Configure a Samba Client and Mount a File System on Linux

    30:00 Hands-On Lab
  • Chapter 4 7 Lessons Basic Network File System (NFS) Configuration 52:14

    Introduction to Basic Network File System (NFS) Configuration

    0:40

    What Is NFS?

    2:46

    Basic NFS Configuration

    7:59

    Exporting NFS File Systems

    6:35

    Securing NFS Exports

    3:29

    Conclusion: Basic Network File System (NFS) Configuration

    0:45

    Configure a Network File Server (NFS) and Export a File System on Linux

    30:00 Hands-On Lab
  • Chapter 5 7 Lessons Advanced Configuration for Network File System (NFS) 53:34

    Introduction to Advanced Configuration for Network File System (NFS)

    0:40

    Configuring an NFS Client

    5:44

    Automounting Network File Systems

    6:31

    NFS: TCP Wrappers

    4:49

    NFS: Tools and Utilities

    5:09

    Conclusion: Advanced Configuration for Network File System (NFS)

    0:41

    Configure an NFS (Network File Server) Client and Mount a File System on Linux

    30:00 Hands-On Lab
  • Chapter 6 2 Lessons Conclusion 2:41

    Linux File Sharing Course Conclusion

    1:22

    What's Next

    1:19

What are Hands-on Labs

What's the difference between theoretical knowledge and real skills? Practical real-world experience. That's where Hands-on Labs come in! Hands-on Labs are guided, interactive experiences that help you learn and practice real-world scenarios in real cloud environments. Hands-on Labs are seamlessly integrated in courses, so you can learn by doing.

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