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CompTIA LX0-101 & LX0-102: CompTIA Linux+

Course Description

16.35 Hours

100 Videos

The CompTIA Linux+ Certification is a junior level certification for Linux administrators. Students should be able to perform maintenance tasks with the command line, install and configure a workstation, and be able to configure a basic network.


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Course Syllabus

Module 1: Instructions

  1. Introduction
  2. Introduction To Building Labs
  3. Things You Need To Do
  4. Install Demo Virtual Box
  5. Navigation
  6. Commands With LabDemo
  7. Internal And External Commands
  8. Overview Of Shell Commands Tricks
  9. Exploring Shell Configuration
  10. Stream Redirection
  11. Overview Of Processing Text Using Filters
  12. Overview File-Viewing Commands
  13. Overview Using Grep
  14. Sed Syntax And Summary
  15. Overview Of Exam Essentials

Module 2: Managing Software

  1. Managing Software
  2. Managing Software
  3. Overview Using RPM
  4. RPM-Part 2
  5. Overview Using Cpio
  6. Overview Using Debian And Apt Cache
  7. Using Apt-get
  8. Debian Tools
  9. Managing Shared Libraries
  10. Overview Locating Library Files
  11. Foreground and Background Processes
  12. Managing Software Summary

Module 3: Configuring Hardware

  1. Configuring Hardware
  2. Configuring Devices
  3. Configuring USB
  4. Configuring Hard Disk
  5. Designing Hard Disk Layout
  6. Logical Volume Management
  7. Overview Using Fdisk
  8. Overview Common File System Types
  9. Creating Filesystem
  10. Overview Maintaining File System Health
  11. Configuring Hardware Summary

Module 4: Managing Files

  1. Managing Files
  2. File Archiving Commands
  3. Managing Files Ownership
  4. Managing Disk Quotas
  5. Directories And Content
  6. Overview Tools For Locating Files
  7. Overview Of Exam Essentials

Module 5: Booting Files

  1. Booting Linux And Editing Files
  2. Boot And Reboot
  3. Understanding The Boot Process
  4. Run Levels Process
  5. Managing Run Level Services
  6. Editing With Vi
  7. Booting Summary

Module 6: X

  1. X Windows Systems
  2. X Configuration Options
  3. X Configuration Options-Part 2
  4. Untitled Media
  5. Configuring X Featuring Fonts
  6. Overview Managing GUI Logins
  7. Using X For Remote Access
  8. X Accessibility
  9. Addition Assistive Technologies
  10. Configuring Localization And Internationalization
  11. Querying And Setting Your Locale
  12. Configuring Printing-Part 1
  13. Configuring Printing-Part 2
  14. Using Web-Based CUPS Utilities

Module 7: Admin

  1. Administering
  2. Directly Modifying Account Configuration
  3. Components Of Account
  4. Adding Groups
  5. Tuning User And System Environments
  6. Reviewing Log File Contents
  7. Maintaining System Time
  8. Admin Summary

Module 8: Basic Networking

  1. Basic Networking
  2. Network Addressing-Part 1
  3. Network Addressing-Part 2
  4. DNS Data Flow Zone And Resolution
  5. Network Ports
  6. Connections
  7. Testing Connectivity
  8. Wireshark Demo
  9. Basic Networking Summary

Module 9: Scripts

  1. Scripts E-mail And Databases
  2. Writing Scripts-Part 1
  3. Writing Scripts-Part 2
  4. Managing E-mail
  5. Managing Data With SQL
  6. Advantages Of Database
  7. Scripts Summary

Module 10: Security

  1. Security
  2. Configuring Xinetd
  3. Uninstalling Or Reconfiguring Servers
  4. Tools For Managing Passwords
  5. Configuring SSH
  6. SSH Keys
  7. Controlling SSH Access
  8. Using GPG
  9. Security Summary

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