You will learn how to bring up a functioning server for a small office or a workgroup.
Using FreeBSD as a server for common office task is easy and an approachable task even for users without extensive knowledge of its internals. In this workshop, you will learn:
how to bring up a functioning server for a small office or workgroup, which includes a small web server, e-mail with Postfix for SMTP, Dovecot for IMAP and RoundCube for the “webmail” user interface, Samba for local file sharing (CIFS / Windows Networking / Network neighbourhood) and Pydio for remote file access over the web.
The requirements for this workshop are a basic knowledge of Unix or Linux systems, a basic familiarity with command-line operations, and a system (possibly a virtual machine) on which you will perform the required tasks.
(W02M01) Module 1 – Introduction and server setup – Part 1
(W02M02) Module 1 – Introduction and server setup – Part 2
(W02M03) Module 1 – Introduction and server setup – Part 3
(W02M04) Module 2 – Installing a web server and a file sharing web application – Part 1
(W02M05) Module 2 – Installing a web server and a file sharing web application – Part 2
(W02M06) Module 2 – Installing a web server and a file sharing web application – Part 3
(W02M07) Module 3 – Installing the e-mail servers and the webmail interface – Part 1
(W02M08) Module 3 – Installing the e-mail servers and the webmail interface – Part 2
(W02M09) Module 3 – Installing the e-mail servers and the webmail interface – Part 3
(W02M10) Module 4 – Local file sharing and firewall – Part 1
(W02M11) Module 4 – Local file sharing and firewall – Part 2
(W02M12) Module 4 – Local file sharing and firewall – Part 3
(W02M13) Course Materials
This course is divided into 4 modules. Each one is ended with practical competences which help you advance your own skills. You will have as much time as you need to learn from this course. Buying it now, you have lifetime access to it. Check what we have for you and see the module’s description. At the end of the course, there is final exam which earns the participant Certificate of completion. The course is self-paced
About Ivan Voras
Ivan Voras is a FreeBSD developer and a long-time user, starting with FreeBSD 4.3 and throughout all the versions since. In real life he is a researcher, system administrator and a developer, as opportunity presents itself, with a wide range of experience from hardware hacking to cloud computing. He is currently employed at the University of Zagreb Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing and lives in Zagreb, Croatia. You can follow him on his blog in English at http://ivoras.net/blog or in Croatian at http://hrblog.ivoras.net/, as well as Google+ at https://plus.google.com/+IvanVoras.
Instructor is no longer available for this online course, but all of the assignments and final test can be completed by the students. Feel free to contact us, if you will need any help, we will do our best to answer your questions.
- The course is self-paced – you can visit the training whenever you want and your content will be there.
- Once you’re in, you keep access forever, even when you finish the course.
- There are no deadlines, except for the ones you set for yourself.
- We designed the course so that a diligent student will need about 18 hours of work to complete the training.
- Your time will be filled with reading, videos, and exercises.