Course: CompTIA Linux+ Powered by LPI - Compleet (exam LX0-103 + LX0-104)

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$529.00
$640.09 incl. vat

$529.00
$640.09 incl. vat

duration: 24 hours |

Language: English (US) |

access duration: 180 days |

In Onbeperkt Leren

In this CompTIA Linux training course you will learn the installation, use and manage of the operating system Linux. After completing this course you are also prepared for the CompTIA Linux+ Powered by LPI exams.

Among subjects that covered are installation of Linux, use the Shell, use file system, users en groups, security, Linux in your network and Apache and far more.

This course is not directed at a specific distribution of Linux. You will learn the general skills to obtain the qualilty certification CompTIA Linux+.

The distributions Red Hat and Debian will be highlighted in this course.

Result

After completing this course, you can install, use and manage Linux independently.

Prerequisites

There is no specific knowledge required. Nevertheless, we recommend basic knowledge of a operating system.

Target audience

System Administrator, Network Administrator, Helpdesk Operator

CompTIA Linux+ Powered by LPI - Compleet (exam LX0-103 + LX0-104)

24 hours

CompTIA Linux+ 2014 Powered By LPI: LX0-103: Installation and Package Management

start the course describe how to assign filesystems to separate partitions or disks configure partitions based on the intended use of the system specify the boot requirements that must be met for the /boot partition describe the basic features of the Logical Volume Manager or LVM configure the boot loader to use alternate boot locations configure and install the GRUB (legacy) boot loader configure the GRUB 2 boot loader use GRUB tools to interact with the boot loader describe and identify shared library files specify the typical locations of system libraries and use the LD_LIBRARY_PATH environment variable to set alternate locations use Linux shared library tools to configure shared libraries and verify which are loaded use aptitude to install, upgrade, and uninstall packages use dpkg to install, upgrade, and uninstall packages describe how to find packages containing specific file names or libraries use tools to obtain information and installation details about a package use RPM to install, re-install, upgrade, and remove packages use YUM to install, re-install, upgrade, and remove packages describe how to obtain information and installation details on RPM packages use tools to obtain a list of files that a package contains and find packages a file came from use the commands to configure and manage the Linux installation process

CompTIA Linux+ 2014 Powered By LPI: LX0-103: GNU and Unix Commands

start the course perform single line shell commands and command sequences use and modify the shell environment use and modify the shell environment by defining, referencing, and exporting environment variables use and edit the history of the Bourne-again Shell (bash) use commands in the shell that are defined inside, and outside, the defined path use shell commands to copy, move, and remove individual files use shell commands to copy, move, and remove individual directories use a single shell command to copy multiple files use a single shell command to copy directories, and their sub-directories, recursively apply wildcards to shell commands to filter files or directories that should be included use the find command to locate and act on files based on the file type, size, or time use commands to compress and decompress files use the tape archive, or tar, command to create and extract archived files and use the built-in gzip or bzip2 parameter to compress or decompress the archive describe how and when to use cpio to copy archives and dd to make and write image files describe how standard input, or stdin; standard output, or stdout; and standard error, or stderr, can be used to redirect output from a Shell command use pipes to direct the output of one command to the input of another command use the output of one command as arguments to another command use tee or redirection to send the output of a single command to the standard output, or stdout, and a file use VI to open or create a document and move around within the document without using a GUI interface use the basic VI modes to insert, add, and delete characters from a document as well as add lines to the document use the VI commands to exit, cancel changes, and save changes to a document use advanced features of VI to copy, paste, substitute, and move characters or lines within a document use the search capability of VI to find text, and describe the basic use of patterns in searches navigate and search files using GNU and Unix commands

CompTIA Linux+ 2014 Powered By LPI: LX0-103: Advanced GNU and Unix Commands

start the course use commands from the shell to view the contents of a file, view just the beginning of a file, or the end of a file use commands to count items in a file or files, such as line counts, words, or characters describe how to view files in Octal or other formats, as well as convert text files into a printable format use commands to manipulate the data within a file including splitting and joining files use commands to retrieve unique lines in a file, or convert characters like tabs to spaces use commands to convert text from a file into another format and be able to sort the file contents use the basic features of sed to edit the contents of a file perform commands that will run in the background and switch them to the foreground or background use tools to run a background task that will continue running after logging out use tools to monitor active processes and system resource usage configure tools to select and sort processes on the display use tools to send signals to processes, such as telling the process to check configuration files or to stop running describe the process priorities and how you can see the priority of a process use nice to set the priority of a process when it is started use renice to change the priority of a process while it is running describe how regular expressions, or regEx, are created and how they can be used use tools to search for files by matching against a regular expression use commands to find lines in a file that match a regular expression use tools to change the contents of files based on matching a regular expression use advanced GNU and Unix commands to perform queries

CompTIA Linux+ 2014 Powered By LPI: LX0-103: Devices and Filesystems

start the course describe how the MBR partition table on a disk can be partitioned and managed use various mkfs commands to create filesystems identify the features and future of ReiserFS and B-tree filesystems, or Btrfs describe the new GUID Partition Table, or GPT, way to partition disks use commands to verify the integrity of a filesystem use commands to monitor free space and inodes of a filesystem use commands to repair simple filesystem problems perform mount and unmount operations on a filesystem configure a Linux system to mount a filesystem on bootup describe how to configure user mountable removable filesystems apply a disk quota to a filesystem describe how to edit, check, and generate user quota reports for filesystems with disk quotas enabled describe the file and directory permissions system in Linux use commands to manage user access permissions to regular and special files as well as directories use suid, sgid, and the Sticky Bit to maintain security configure the default File Creation Mask apply access permissions to files and directories for a group create file and directory links describe the differences between soft and hard links describe when you should link to a file versus copying a file use links to solve some common system administration tasks identify the correct locations for files under the Filesystem Hierarchy Standard, or FHS use tools to find files and commands on a Linux system to manage devices and filesystems in Linux

CompTIA Linux+ 2014 Powered By LPI: LX0-104 Scripting and Administrative Tasks

start the course configure environment variables so they are set when a user logs in or spawns a new shell create BASH functions that can automate frequently used sequences of commands describe how to use and maintain the Skeleton directories for new user accounts configure the command search path for the system and/or user account create shell scripts that can test using the if statement before carrying out a set of actions create shell scripts that can repeat a set of actions using the for statement create shell scripts that can repeat a task until a condition has been met using the while statement use command substitution in a shell script use script conditionals and test to test return results for success and failure or other returned values provided by a command perform conditional mailing to the superuser in a shell script describe how to use and how to select the correct script interpreter using the Shebang (#!) describe how to manage the location, ownership, execution, and suid-rights of shell scripts perform basic user management including adding, modifying, and removing user accounts perform basic group management including adding, modifying, and removing groups describe how users and groups are managed and configured create and configure special purpose and limited access accounts describe the files and basic configuration of Cron create a new Cron job create and manage AT jobs configure user access to Cron and AT services describe the usage and basic configuration of Anacron configure localization settings and environment variables configure timezone settings and environment variables recognize commands used in Linux shell scripting, user management, and automation of administrator tasks

CompTIA Linux+ 2014 Powered By LPI: LX0-104 Essential System Services

start the course configure the system date and time set the hardware clock to the correct time in UTC configure the timezone for a system configure the basic settings for the NTP daemon use the pool.ntp.org resource to maintain the time on a system describe the basic use of the ntpq command describe the basic function of syslog and its configuration files describe the purpose for Facility, Priority, and Actions for parsing log messages configure logrotate to manage log file rotating describe the purpose and usage of journalctl distinguish between the different Syslog alternatives Rsyslog and Syslog-ng describe a Mail Transfer Agent and create e-mail aliases use the basic mail reader tool and configure e-mail forwarding distinguish between different MTA alternatives postfix, sendmail, qmail, and exim describe how to do basic CUPS configuration for local and remote printers use CUPS tools and utilities to manage user print queues describe how to troubleshoot general printing problems use CUPS tool and utilities to add and remove jobs from configured printer queues describe how to determine if a video card and monitor are supported by an X server describe the purpose of the X Font server perform DISPLAY redirection and use X tools to display information about windows identify and distinguish the sections of the X configuration file describe how to configure the Light Display Manager (LightDM) perform the actions required to turn the display manager on or off configure the greeting properties for the display manager identify the differences between the X, KDE, and Gnome Display Managers (GDM) configure system time, e-mail, printing, and logging in Linux

CompTIA Linux+ 2014 Powered By LPI: LX0-104 Networking Fundamentals

start the course describe how network masking and Classless Inter-Domain Routing, or CIDR, work describe the differences between private and public "dotted quad" IP addresses describe the features and differences of User Datagram Protocol, or UDP; Transmission Control Protocol, or TCP; and Internet Control Message Protocol, or ICMP recognize the common TCP and UDP ports and services that usually run on those ports identify the differences between IPv4 and IPv6 describe the basic features and advantages of IPv6 configure manually, and automatically, the systems network interfaces configure the basic TCP/IP settings configure the default route for a network interface describe commands to start, stop, reconfigure, add, and delete network interfaces and routes to troubleshoot network interfaces describe how to change, view, and configure the routing table, including correcting an improperly set default route troubleshoot basic problems with network connectivity troubleshoot problems with the network configuration describe how to query remote DNS servers configure local name resolution and configure the use of DNS servers modify the order in which name resolution will be performed describe the function and purpose of shadow passwords perform the actions to turn off network services that are not in use configure TCP wrappers to grant or deny access to services on the local system configure and manage interfaces and networking in Linux

CompTIA Linux+ 2014 Powered By LPI: LX0-104 Security, Data, and Accessibility

start the course use commands to audit a system to find files that have the suid or sgig bit set describe how to set or change a user's password and aging information use netstat to discover open ports on a system use nmap to discover open ports on a local or remote system apply limits to user logins, processes, and memory usage identify which users or processes have files opened identify users who have logged in or who are currently logged into the system configure and use sudo to run commands with superuser, or root, access as a normal user use SQL to query a database and return results using the select statement use the SQL insert, update, and delete statements to modify data in a table apply a join to database tables to return a result set across multiple tables use the SQL order by statement to return a sorted result set use the SQL group by statement to aggregate data in a result set configure and use the OpenSSH2 client to securely connect and run commands on another system describe how the OpenSSH2 server host keys are used to secure communications perform basic GnuPG configuration, usage, and revocation of keys use SSH Port Tunnels to tunnel non-secure communications over a secured connection configure the keyboard accessibility settings configure and understand the usage for the different visual settings and themes used for accessibility describe the basic features and tools used for assistive technologies (ATs) configure Linux security, data management, and accessibility

TestPrep LX0-104 CompTIA Linux+ Powered by LPI Exam 2

We offer several optional training products to enhance your learning experience. If you are planning to use our training course in preperation for an official exam then whe highly recommend using these optional training products to ensure an optimal learning experience. Sometimes there is only a practice exam or/and practice lab available.

Optional practice exam (trial exam)

To supplement this training course you may add a special practice exam. This practice exam comprises a number of trial exams which are very similar to the real exam, both in terms of form and content. This is the ultimate way to test whether you are ready for the exam. 

Optional practice lab

To supplement this training course you may add a special practice lab. You perform the tasks on real hardware and/or software applicable to your Lab. The labs are fully hosted in our cloud. The only thing you need to use our practice labs is a web browser. In the LiveLab environment you will find exercises which you can start immediatelyThe lab enviromentconsist of complete networks containing for example, clients, servers,etc. This is the ultimate way to gain extensive hands-on experience. 

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