Linux Academy - Linux + LPIC Level 1 Exam 1 Resources - (2015)[13 MP4's]
English | Size: 1.24 GB (1,332,655,948 bytes )
First published January 11, 2000, LPIC 1 has become an industrywide recognised
certification providing thousands of candidates opportunities for further
Linux Academy | 2015 | VA | NO ISBN | English | .MP4, AVC, 30 fps, 1920x1080 | AAC, 160 kbps, 2 Ch | 13 hours 24 minutes, 25 seconds | 1.24 GB
The resources used here are meant to take a look at what the Linux+ LPIC Level 1
certification is, who it is for, and how to utilize the Linux Academy to prepare
for the exams. In terms of purpose, the LPIC-1 will validate your ability to
perform maintenance tasks with the command line, install and configure a computer
running Linux and be able to configure basic networking.
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 (LPIC) 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
*COURSE RESOURCE FEATURES
Self-paced Video Lessons
Notes and Study Guides
Practice Exams and Exercises
Includes exercises in the following areas:
Managing Linux Libraries & Software Processes
Use of the Linux Command line
Inspection of Linux Log Files
Configuring and troubleshooting in package management for multiple distributions including RPM, Debian and YUM.