LPI Linux Essentials – Certification Training Course
Video training course for the LPI Linux Essentials exam. This course is aimed at complete beginners to the Linux environment and is a perfect primer for the LPI Linux Administrator or CompTIA Linux+ exams or just to learn about this ubiquitous operating system.
This course prepares you for the latest exam:
In order to pass the exam, you must have an understanding of the Linux and open source industry and knowledge of the most popular open-source Applications. You need to understand the major components of the Linux operating system, and have technical proficiency in working on the Linux command line, and have a basic understanding of security and administration-related topics such as user/group management, working on the command line, and permissions.
You will learn all the above and more in this course from scratch. Included in the course are:
- All theory lessons
- Follow-along labs
- Certification practice exams
Typical careers you can consider after passing the Linux LPI Essentials exam include:
- Linux helpdesk
- Network support desk
- Junior systems engineer
- Desktop support
Having Linux on your resume will open far more doors for you and pave the way for more advanced Linux certifications as well as a career in IT security. You can download Linux operating systems for free into a virtual machine and complete all the hands-on labs.
Linux LPI Essentials Exam Pass
James used this video training course and lab coaching to pass his LPI Linux Essentials exam.
The exam is perfect for beginners but takes you to the junior Linux engineer level. You learn the Linux command line, using files and directories, how to turn commands into scripts, Linux distros, networking, security, and more.
Every topic is also covered with a simple, follow-along hands-on lab you can complete on your PC using a virtual machine. We show you how.
Linux knowledge is a must-have for network engineers, programmers, and cloud engineers. It's also tested in CompTIA, Cisco, and Microsoft exams. This entire course can be completed on your home computer using a virtual machine and a free Linux distro.
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 an M.S. degree in computer engineering from the Federal University of Goias, Brazil. Both his masters and Ph.D. research topics focused on network performance and security.
- Over 15 hours of video training
- Instructor follow along labs
- End-of-module exams
- End-of-course certificate
- Access to members-only forum
- Exam vendor – Pearson VUE
- Prerequisites – None
- Recommended – Network+
|Module 1||The Linux Community and a Career in Open Source|
|Unit 1||Open Source Software and Licensing|
|Unit 2||Linux Evolution and Popular Operating Systems|
|Unit 3||Major Open Source Applications|
|Unit 4||LAB - Major ICT Skills and Working in Linux|
|Module 2||Finding Your Way on a Linux System|
|Unit 1||Command Line Basics|
|Unit 2||Using The Command Line to Get Help|
|Unit 3||Using Directories and Listing Files|
|Unit 4||Creating, Moving and Deleting Files|
|Unit 5||LAB - Basic Commands in Linux Lab|
|Module 3||The Power of the Command Line|
|Unit 1||Archiving Files on the Command Line|
|Unit 2||Searching and Extracting Data from Files|
|Unit 3||Turning Commands into Scripts|
|Unit 4||LAB - Scripting in Linux|
|Module 4||The Linux Operating System|
|Unit 1||Choosing an Operating System|
|Unit 2||Understanding Computer Hardware|
|Unit 3||Where Data is Stored|
|Unit 4||Your Computer on the Network|
|Unit 5||LAB - Working in the Linux Environment|
|Module 5||Security and File Permissions|
|Unit 1||Basic Security and Identifying User Types|
|Unit 2||Creating Users and Groups|
|Unit 3||Managing File Permissions and Ownership|
|Unit 4||Special Directories and Files|
|Unit 5||LAB - Users and File Permissions|
|Unit 6||LAB 2 - Users and File Permissions|
|Module 6||Practice Exams|
|Unit 1||Exam 1|
|Unit 2||Exam 2|