CompTIA Linux+ Powered by LPI

5 Day | Instructor Led

CompTIA Linux+ Powered by LPI is a vendor-neutral certification, generic across distributions, targeted to individuals with a minimum of six to 12 months of practical Linux experience. The CompTIA Linux+ Powered by LPI exam covers fundamental management of Linux systems from the command line, user administration, file permissions, software configuration and management of Linux-based clients.

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CompTIA Linux+ Powered by LPI

Ideal Candidates for CompTIA Linux+ Class

This course can benefit you in two ways. If your job duties include Linux troubleshooting, installation, or maintenance, or if you are preparing for any type of Linux-related career, it provides the background knowledge and skills you will require to be successful. In addition, it assists you if you are preparing to take the CompTIA® Linux+™ Powered by LPI exams (Exam Codes: LX0-103 and LX0-104), in order to become a CompTIA® Linux+™ Certified Professional.

CompTIA Linux+ Powered by LPI Prerequisites

CompTIA Linux+ Powered by LPI is designed for students who have minimum of one year of experience in the Linux computer industry, those that have extensive experience with at least one other operating system.

What You'll Get in CompTIA Linux+ Powered by LPI

Expert Level Instruction

Official CompTIA Linux + Curriculum

CompTIA Linux+ All-In-One

Award Winning Ultimate Knowledge Student Workbook

Daily Homework Assignments to Reinforce Classroom Lecture

Daily Quizzes to Ensure Knowledge Retention

Handy Reference Charts and Tables

Flash Cards

Course Related Readings (Reinforcement)

Daily Exercises to Reinforce Memory Recall - Cognitive Core

What You'll Learn in CompTIA Linux+ Powered by LPI

Investigate information about Linux that can help you prepare for supporting Linux users and machines.

Work with user and group accounts.

Work with the Linux filesystem.

Manipulate various types of Linux files.

Change ownership and permissions for Linux files and directories.

Work with Linux printing services.

Work with Linux packages.

Work with many of the configuration files and commands that make up the Linux environment.

Work with jobs and processes.

Compare the services critical to running the Linux operating system to those services that can be run to enhance or expand system performance.

Configure Linux services related to Internet use.

Configure Linux services for providing users with network connectivity.

Investigate basic security issues in Linux.

Work with the hardware commonly associated with Linux machines.

Install the Linux operating system.

CompTIA Linux+ Powered by LPI Certification

This course is intended for entry-level computer support professionals with basic knowledge of computer hardware, software, and operating systems, who wish to increase their knowledge and understanding of Linux concepts and skills to prepare for a career in Linux support or administration, or to prepare for the CompTIA Linux+ Powered by LPI certification, 2009 objectives (exam numbers LX0-101 & LX0-102).

CompTIA Linux+ Outline

Course Content

Lesson 1: Performing Basic Linux Tasks
Topic A: Identify the History and Development of Linux
Topic B: Enter Shell Commands
Topic C: Get Help Using Linux
Topic D: Start and Stop Linux

Lesson 2: Managing User and Group Accounts
Topic A: Create User and Group Accounts
Topic B: Configure User Profiles
Topic C: Administer User and Group Accounts

Lesson 3: Managing Partitions and the Linux Filesystem
Topic A: Create Partitions
Topic B: Navigate Through the Linux Filesystem
Topic C: Manage the Filesystem
Topic D: Maintain the Filesystem

Lesson 4: Managing Files in Linux
Topic A: Create and Edit Text Files
Topic B: Locate Files
Topic C: Search Text Using Regular Expressions
Topic D: Apply Filters to Text Streams
Topic E: Link Files
Topic F: Back Up and Restore Files
Topic G: Manage Databases Using MariaDB

Lesson 5: Managing Linux Permissions and Ownership
Topic A: Modify File and Directory Permissions
Topic B: Modify Default Permissions
Topic C: Modify File and Directory Ownership
Topic D: Set Special Permissions and Attributes

Lesson 6: Printing Files
Topic A: Configure a Local Printer
Topic B: Print Files
Topic C: Configure Remote Printing

Lesson 7: Managing Packages
Topic A: Manage Packages Using RPM
Topic B: Verify Packages
Topic C: Upgrade Packages
Topic D: Configure Repositories
Topic E: Manage Packages Using YUM
Topic F: Advanced Package and Application Management

Lesson 8: Managing Kernel Services
Topic A: Explore the Linux Kernel
Topic B: Customize Kernel Modules
Topic C: Create an initrd Image
Topic D: Manage Device Drivers and Hardware Devices
Topic E: Monitor Processes and Resources

Lesson 9: Working with the Bash Shell and Shell Scripts
Topic A: Perform Basic Bash Shell Operations
Topic B: Write a Bash Shell Script
Topic C: Customize the Bash Shell
Topic D: Redirect Standard Input and Output
Topic E: Use Control Statements in Shell Scripts

Lesson 10: Managing Jobs and Processes
Topic A: Manage Jobs and Background Processes
Topic B: Manage Processes Using the Process Table
Topic C: Delay and Detach Jobs
Topic D: Schedule Jobs
Topic E: Maintain the System Time

Lesson 11: Managing System Services
Topic A: Configure System Services
Topic B: Monitor System Logs
Topic C: Configure Security-Enhanced Linux (SELinux)

Lesson 12: Configuring Network Services
Topic A: Connect to a Network
Topic B: Configure Routes
Topic C: Configure Client Network Services
Topic D: Manage Remote Network Systems

Lesson 13: Configuring Basic Internet Services
Topic A: Configure Email Services
Topic B: Control Internet Services

Lesson 14: Securing Linux
Topic A: Implement Basic System Security
Topic B: Secure User Accounts

Lesson 15: Managing Hardware
Topic A: Identify Common Hardware Components and Resources
Topic B: Configure Removable Hardware
Topic C: Configure Disk Quotas

Lesson 16: Troubleshooting Linux Systems
Topic A: Troubleshoot System-Based Issues
Topic B: Troubleshoot Hardware Issues
Topic C: Troubleshoot Network Connection and Security Issues

Lesson 17: Installing Linux
Topic A: Prepare for Installation
Topic B: The Linux Boot Process
Topic C: Configure GRUB
Topic D: Install the Operating System

Lesson 18: Configuring the GUI
Topic A: Implement X
Topic B: Customize the Display Manager
Topic C: Enable Accessibility Settings in Linux

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