Linux Certification Training – CompTIA Linux+ and Linux LPIC-1
Video training course for the CompTIA Linux+ and Linux LPIC-1 exams. This course is aimed at complete beginners to the Linux environment and is a requirement for any government jobs or contract work. It’s also ideal for anyone who wants to learn about this ubiquitous operating system.
The new CompTIA Linux+ is for the IT pro who will use Linux to manage everything from cars and smartphones to servers and supercomputers, as a vast number of enterprises use Linux in cloud, cybersecurity, mobile and web administration applications. It is currently ranked as the #1 Linux certification exam.
LPIC-1 is the first certification in the multi-level Linux professional certification program of the Linux Professional Institute (LPI). The LPIC-1 will validate the candidate’s ability to perform maintenance tasks on the command line, install and configure a computer running Linux and configure basic networking.
One of the benefits of passing your Linux Certification is that it’s proof to employers that you are self motivated and are familiar with the foundations of Linux and have mastery over the basic commands and concepts of the operating system. Having the Linux certifications including the CompTIA Linux+ and LPIC-1 is a quick way to show employers that you have Linux knowledge, and will help you get your foot in the door for Linux-related job opportunities, especially if you’re at a junior level.
Linux know how is a must-have for many IT careers including:
- Penetration Testers
- Network Administrators
- System Admins
- CyberOps Support
- CyberSecurity Professionals
Linux certification and knowledge is also a must-have for network engineers, programmers and cloud engineers. It’s also tested in, Cisco and Microsoft exams. This entire course can be completed on your home computer using a virtual machine and a free Linux distro. We’ve combined it so you can pass two exams at the end of the course saving you valuable time and effort.
- Exam Code – XK0-004 / 101-500 and 102-500
Most of the modules end in a follow-along hands-on lab where you configure, install and troubleshoot Linux services and systems such as managing users and groups, setting up partitions, managing the booting process and networking. You learn Linux security and scripting also. The course ends with two Linux practice tests where you can apply your knowledge.
The course includes full forum support where you can ask the expert your questions and get answers from industry experts and fellow students.
When you pass your exam you can consider taking advanced Linux certifications such as LPIC-2, and LPIC-3 for security, virtualization or enterprise. It will lay a very strong foundation for other certifications including Certified Ethical Hacker, Penetration Tester and Cloud Architect.
Diogo is an assistant professor in the School of Information at the Florida State University, focusing his research on network performance, cybersecurity, disaster recovery techniques for large-scale networks, software-defined networking (SDN) and network function virtualization (NFV). Additionally, he has more than 15 years of industry experience in network and Linux engineering.
He received a Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering from the University of South Florida, Tampa, FL, and a M.S. degree in computer engineering from the Federal University of Goias, Brazil. Both his masters and PhD research topics focused on network performance and security.
|Module 1||Installing Linux|
|Unit 1||Installing Linux Part 1|
|Unit 2||Installing Linux Part 2|
|Module 2||Basic Tasks in Linux|
|Unit 1||Basic Linux System Concepts|
|Unit 2||Basic Linux Commands|
|Unit 3||Lab - Linux Basics|
|Module 3||Managing Users and Groups|
|Unit 1||Managing Users and Groups|
|Unit 2||Lab - Managing Users and Groups|
|Module 4||Managing Permissions|
|Unit 1||Defining Permission and Ownership|
|Unit 2||Lab - Setting Up Permission and Ownership|
|Module 5||Storage in Linux|
|Unit 1||Filesystems and LVM|
|Unit 2||Creating, Formation and Mounting Partitions|
|Unit 3||Lab - Managing Linux Partitions|
|Module 6||Filesystem Hierarchy Standard (FHS)|
|Unit 1||Filesystem Hierarchy Standard (FHS)|
|Module 7||The Linux Kernel and Its Modules|
|Unit 1||The Linux Kernel and Its Modules|
|Module 8||The Booting Process|
|Unit 1||Understanding The Booting Process|
|Unit 2||Lab - Analyzing the Linux Booting Process|
|Module 9||The Linux System Components|
|Unit 1||Lab - Managing Processes|
|Unit 2||Lab - Sporadic and Periodic Schedulers|
|Unit 3||Lab - Logging Systems|
|Module 10||Device Files|
|Unit 1||Types of Files and Device Files|
|Unit 2||Lab - Booting Process, Processes and Logs|
|Module 11||Package Management|
|Unit 1||Understading Online and Offline Package Managers|
|Unit 2||Lab - Working with Tarballs, dpkg and apt|
|Unit 1||IP Addressing|
|Unit 2||Lab - Configuring Networking in the Linux System|
|Module 13||Linux System Security|
|Unit 1||Linux System Security|
|Module 14||Bash Scripting|
|Unit 1||Bash Scripting|
|Unit 1||Automation with Bash Scripts|
|Module 16||Bonus Exam|
|Unit 1||Bonus Exam|
|Unit 2||Bonus Exam 2|