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  • Date: 27-10-2015, 09:36
27-10-2015, 09:36

Linux + LPIC Level 1 Exam 101 (LinuxAcademy)

Category: Tutorials

This course is updated to cover both LX0-101, LX0-103, LPI exam 101, and LPI exam 103.
One of the hottest jobs in Information Technology today is Linux Administration. As the Cloud vendors continue to grow, the need for talented and knowledgeable Linux Administrators will continue to grow with them. While you may believe that it can take years to acquire the expertise necessary to succeed in this field, you might be surprised.

Industry certification is the first step to demonstrating your ability to succeed in a demanding and fast paced technical environment. The Linux Professional Institute has released what has become the global standard in Linux Certification. These certifications (called LPIC - Linux Professional Institute Certifications and CompTIA Linux+) are important to any company looking to hire experienced and capable Linux professionals.

As an approved CompTIA Content Provider, CompTIA Training Partner, and Linux Professional Institute Training partner, you can ensure your getting the BEST training while preparing for your Linux+ 3-in-1 certification. You can ensure that our content has been rigorously reviewed by CompTIA, Procert, and the Linux Professional Institute.

Don't take it from us, here is what just a few of our users have posted on the members only community... in the past few weeks.

"Just passed it moments ago! Thanks to Linux Academy lessons and staff! I was very well prepared using your lessons and outline for exam prep. NOW ON TO LX0-102!!!!!!! "

"Thank you everyone for your tips and words of encouragement. I passed today with a score of 700/800. It's now on to 102 with quickness!"

As a part of the member's only community; you can ask users who have taken the exam about their experience taking and how they prepared. You also have access to instructors as well to help you along the way.

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About the course

This course is taught by Linux+ and LPIC Certified industry professionals with an accumulative 35 years of Linux experience in the real world. This course is self-paced and includes videos, assignments, and practice exams. You'll receive the whole package and of course 1-on-1 instructor help anytime you need it.

01.01. About The Certification and How to Prepare.mp4
01.02. Choosing a Distribution.mp4
02.01. Basic User Management For Fresh Images-Server Installs.mp4
02.02. A Look At VI And Nano Text Editors.mp4
02.03. Root User, Sudo Users And Setting Up Your User Account.mp4
02.06. File Permissions.mp4
02.07. Cron Jobs.mp4
02.08. Introduction To Linux Package Managers.mp4
02.09. A Look At System Resources With The Linux Top Command.mp4
02.10. Finding Files In Linux.mp4
03.01. Apt-Get Command Set.mp4
03.02. Apt-Cache Package Management.mp4
03.03. DPKG Command Set.mp4
03.05. A Look At dselect.mp4
04.01. RPM Package Management.mp4
04.02. YUM Software Management.mp4
05.02. Vi Commands and Usage.mp4
06.01. wc, split, cat, and diff commands.mp4
06.02. Streams (stdin, stdout, stderr) and Redirects.mp4
06.03. Pipes.mp4
06.04. grep, egrep, and fgrep.mp4
06.05. Cut Command.mp4
06.06. sed Stream Editor.mp4
06.07. tee command.mp4
07.01. sys, proc, dev and var.m4v
07.02. lsmod.m4v
07.03. lspci and lsusb.m4v
07.04. modprobe and insmod.m4v
07.05. Grub Boot loader.m4v
07.06. Differentiate and Optimize Storage and Input.m4v
07.07. Differentiate and Demonstrate Hot and Cold Plug Devices.m4v
07.08. Determine Hardware Device Resources.m4v
07.09. Filesystem Hierarchy Standard.m4v
07.10. System Boot Process.m4v
07.11. Init and Telinit.m4v
08.01. File Naming Basics And A Look At File Commands.mp4
08.03. The gunzip Command.mp4
08.04. Linux Links.mp4
08.05. Linking Vs. Copying Files.m4v
08.07. Special Permission Bits.mp4
08.08. Default Permissions umask, newgrp, and chattr.mp4
08.10. Finding Files In Linux Using, Find, Locate, Whereis, Which and Type.mp4
08.11. updatedb.conf configuration file.mp4
08.12. Using The dd Command.mp4
08.13. The touch Command.mp4
09.01. Software Libraries.mp4
09.02. Using ps To Manage Processes.mp4
09.03. Using TOP.mp4
09.04. Using nice To Change Linux Process Priorities.mp4
09.05. Killing Processes In Linux.mp4
09.06. Using The uname Command To Query System Information.mp4
09.07. Understanding Background VS Foreground processes.mp4
09.08. The nohup Command.mp4
09.09. The free Command.mp4
10.01. Which and Whereis.mp4
10.02. Finding Files With Locate.mp4
10.03. The Powerful Find Command.mp4
11.01. How To Create A Linux Academy Disk Volume.mp4
11.02. Creating And Mounting A Disk Partition.mp4
11.03. Using fdisk, Creating A File System, and Configuring Mount Entry With -etc-fstab.mp4
11.04. Working With Linux Swap.mp4
11.05. -media mount point.m4v
12.01. du, df and mount.m4v
12.02. fsck and e2fsck.m4v
12.03. mke2fs and debugfs.m4v
12.04. dumpe2fs and tune2fs.m4v
12.05. xfs tools.m4v
12.06. Disk Partitioning Schemes.m4v
13.03. Manipulating Files.mp4
13.04. File Viewing Commands For The Linux Bash Shell.mp4
14.01. Disk Quotas.m4v
14.02. User Quotas.m4v

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