SFS' Linux Sysadmin Study Group teaches sysadmins best current practices in Linux system administration by working through real-world scenarios, the same exercises we use at our Linux Camp. Linux Sysadmins with a few hundred hours of experience may use this study group to prepare for the the Linux Foundation Certified Sysadmin (LFCS) exam.
Gary Romero and David L. Willson will provide guidance and support throughout. Both are LFCS certified, full-time DevOps Engineers, maintaining authors, and experienced teachers of this material, in-person and distance-learning. They will give you a solid base of knowledge and experience with extra focus on tasks related to the LFCS exam.
Class will be start promptly at 7PM every Monday evening, starting January 13th, and run for at least 8 sessions of at least 2 hours each. Even so, this is not much time, and students are expected to practice unfamiliar skills between sessions.
You may study with us in-person in the Comfy Room, or from the comfort of your own home, over Zoom ( or Big Blue Button ).
Tuition is $256 or PWYC
If we run SFS Linux Camp this year, tuition paid for this study group will also apply to that event.
[Linux Camp materials](https://gitlab.com/sofreeus/linux_camp)
Topics covered: hardware inpection, shell scripting, users, groups, file permissions, package management, services and settings, scheduled jobs, networking, storage with LVM, virtualization with KVM, and the LAMP stack.
Cookies and/or other delicious treats will be provided.