This intermediate How to Change Linux File Permissions training prepares junior Linux admins to manage and control the levels of permissions your users have and how to create robust systems of access.
Most people understand the importance of file permissions at a personal level. Who wants someone reading their notes and documents without permission? But even experienced administrators can fail to appreciate the importance a robust file permissions system can have on network security.
This course shows you how to take control of the file permissions on your Linux network so that you can quickly and efficiently assign permissions to the right people for the right tasks and always have the right answer ready when there’s any confusion.
Once you’re done with this How to Change Linux File Permissions training, you’ll know how to manage and control the levels of permissions your users have and how to create robust systems of access.
For anyone who leads a technology team, this Linux training can be used to onboard new junior Linux admins, curated into individual or team training plans, or as a Linux reference resource.
How to Change Linux File Permissions: What You Need to Know
This How to Change Linux File Permissions training has videos that cover systems administration topics including:
- Managing all aspects of user access and permissions
- Recognizing why octal notation plays a role in file permissions
- Understanding the role permissions have in network security
Who Should Take How to Change Linux File Permissions Training?
This How to Change Linux File Permissions training is considered foundational-level Linux training, which means it was designed for junior Linux admins. This Linux skills course is designed for junior Linux admins with one year of experience with systems administration.
New or aspiring junior Linux admins. Brand new Linux administrators are a great audience for this course in changing file permissions in Linux. You won’t just learn how to use the CLI to give someone file permissions, you’ll learn how to use symbolic and octal notation in order to change file permissions – it’s training and practice that applies to many different parts of Linux administration.
Experienced junior Linux admins. Experienced Linux administrators should consider taking this course in changing Linux file permissions if navigating octal notation or writing out the commands for changing permissions is something you haven’t encountered yet. And if certification preparation is on the horizon for you, cover your bases when it comes to Linux administration – brush up on file permissions with this course.