Taste of Training: Red Hat Enterprise Linux for Solaris Administrators

Join Red Hat Training and explore concepts from Red Hat Linux Enterprise Linux for Solaris Administrators (RH290) including the yum command, the standard software manager on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.

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In this webinar, yum will be used to install and remove software as well as upgrade and downgrade packages. Attendees will learn the benefits of Red Hat Network and how to:

  • Register a system with Red Hat Network
  • List package names and information about packages
  • Update, install and remove packages
  • Revert to older software and to reinstall software

Whether you are evaluating a specific training course or eager to learn something new, the Taste-of-Training webinar series is your gateway to award-winning Red Hat Training. These hour-long demonstrations are delivered by members of the Red Hat Curriculum Team and provide practical knowledge and real-world examples.

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Date: December 6, 2011

Time:
  • Available on-demand
Length: 1:00
Language: English
Audience: Technical

Speaker(s):

Forrest Taylor Curriculum Manager, Red Hat

About Forrest Taylor: Forrest Taylor has been with Red Hat since 2004. He started as an instructor in Denver, CO, and has since become a Curriculum Manager based in the Washington, DC area. He wrote the RHS429: Red Hat Enterprise SELinux Policy Administration manual and the EX429 exam, and he was one of the first in the world to become a Red Hat Certified Security Specialist (RHCSS). Forrest is a Red Hat Certified Architect (RHCA) and teaches all of the RHCE and RHCA classes. Outside of the computer world, he enjoys playing volleyball and basketball, as well as paying with his children.

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