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CompTIA Linux+ Certification Training Course
In the CompTIA Linux+ Certification training course, you will learn to configure, operate, and troubleshoot Linux systems.
The Official CompTIA Linux+ course builds on your existing experience with systems operations and administration to provide you with the knowledge and skills required to configure, manage, operate, and troubleshoot a Linux environment by using security best practices, scripting, and automation. This course will also prepare you for the Exam XKO-005.This course includes the CompTIA Linux+ Exam Voucher. Should you fail on the first attempt, we will then give you a second voucher at no cost.Exam Prep SoftwareAll of our CompTIA classes include access to web-based practice exams. CompTIA certification exams are very rigorous and challenging. By studying after the class and using these practice exams, you will greatly improve your chances of passing the actual certification exam the first time. Exam prep software is included with all of our CompTIA classes.
Linux and Unix
You will:· Perform basic Linux tasks.· Manage users and groups.· Manage permissions and ownership.· Manage storage.· Manage files and directories.· Manage kernel modules.· Manage the Linux boot process.· Manage system components.· Manage devices.· Manage networking.· Manage packages and software.· Secure Linux systems.· Write and execute Bash shell scripts.· Automate tasks.· Plan and perform a Linux installation.
Lesson 1: Performing Basic Linux TasksTopic A: Identify the Linux Design PhilosophyTopic B: Enter Shell CommandsTopic C: Get Help with LinuxLesson 2: Managing Users and GroupsTopic A: Assume Superuser PrivilegesTopic B: Create, Modify, and Delete UsersTopic C: Create, Modify, and Delete GroupsTopic D: Query Users and GroupsTopic E: Configure Account ProfilesLesson 3: Managing Permissions and OwnershipTopic A: Modify File and Directory PermissionsTopic B: Modify File and Directory OwnershipTopic C: Configure Special Permissions and AttributesTopic D: Troubleshoot Permissions IssuesLesson 4: Managing StorageTopic A: Create PartitionsTopic B: Manage Logical VolumesTopic C: Mount File SystemsTopic D: Manage File SystemsTopic E: Navigate the Linux Directory StructureTopic F: Troubleshoot Storage IssuesLesson 5: Managing Files and DirectoriesTopic A: Create and Edit Text FilesTopic B: Search for FilesTopic C: Perform Operations on Files and DirectoriesTopic D: Process Text FilesTopic E: Manipulate File OutputLesson 6: Managing Kernel ModulesTopic A: Explore the Linux KernelTopic B: Install and Configure Kernel ModulesTopic C: Monitor Kernel ModulesLesson 7: Managing the Linux Boot ProcessTopic A: Configure Linux Boot ComponentsTopic B: Configure GRUB 2Lesson 8: Managing System ComponentsTopic A: Configure Localization OptionsTopic B: Configure GUIsTopic C: Manage ServicesTopic D: Troubleshoot Process IssuesTopic E: Troubleshoot CPU and Memory IssuesLesson 9: Managing DevicesTopic A: Identify the Types of Linux DevicesTopic B: Configure DevicesTopic C: Monitor DevicesTopic D: Troubleshoot Hardware Issues
Lesson 10: Managing NetworkingTopic A: Identify TCP/IP FundamentalsTopic B: Identify Linux Server RolesTopic C: Connect to a NetworkTopic D: Configure DHCP and DNS Client ServicesTopic E: Configure Cloud and Virtualization TechnologiesTopic F: Troubleshoot Networking IssuesLesson 11: Managing Packages and SoftwareTopic A: Identify Package ManagersTopic B: Manage RPM Packages with YUMTopic C: Manage Debian Packages with APTTopic D: Configure RepositoriesTopic E: Acquire SoftwareTopic F: Build Software from Source CodeTopic G: Troubleshoot Software Dependency IssuesLesson 12: Securing Linux SystemsTopic A: Implement Cybersecurity Best PracticesTopic B: Implement Identity and Access Management MethodsTopic C: Configure SELinux or AppArmorTopic D: Configure FirewallsTopic E: Implement Logging ServicesTopic F: Back Up, Restore, and Verify DataLesson 13: Working with Bash ScriptsTopic A: Customize the Bash Shell EnvironmentTopic B: Identify Scripting and Programming FundamentalsTopic C: Write and Execute a Simple Bash ScriptTopic D: Incorporate Control Statements in Bash ScriptsLesson 14: Automating TasksTopic A: Schedule JobsTopic B: Implement Version Control Using GitTopic C: Identify Orchestration ConceptsLesson 15: Installing LinuxTopic A: Prepare for Linux InstallationTopic B: Perform the InstallationAppendix A: Mapping Course Content to CompTIA® Linux+® (Exam XK0-004)
CompTIA Linux+ Certification
To ensure your success in this course, you should have at least foundational experience with general systems administration procedures, some hands-on exposure to one or more Linux distributions, as well as knowledge of computing hardware and basic networking and cybersecurity concepts.You can obtain this level of skills and knowledge by taking the following official CompTIA courses:· CompTIA A+ Certification Prep Course · CompTIA Network+ Certification Prep Training Course · CompTIA Security+ Certification Prep Training Course
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