- Linux Administrator
- Junior Cloud Engineer
- Junior DevOps Support Engineer
- Technical Support Specialist
- Systems Administrator
- Network Administrator
- Web Administrator/ Developer
- Cybersecurity Engineer
- Linux Engineer
This course will prepare you for the Comptia Linux + (XKO-005) exam. Please note the exam is not included in this course but is available seperately. Please call for further information.
Comptia A+ and Comptia Network + level knowledge (possession of the certifications themselves is not a mandatory pre-requisite).
Delegates will learn how to
- Prepare for Install
- Installing Linux
- Basic Linux Tasks
- Linux Design Philosophy
- CLI and The Shell
- Bash Commands
- Entering Shell Commands
- Man Pages
- Other Help Resources
- Accessing Help in Linux
- Users and Groups
- Assuming Superuser Privileges
- Create, Modify, and Delete Users
- Creating, Modifying, and Deleting Users
- Create, Modify, and Delete Groups
- Creating, Modifying, and Deleting Groups
- Query Users and Groups
- Querying Users and Groups
- Account Profiles
- Configuring Account Profiles
- Permissions and Ownership
- File and Directory Permissions
- Modifying File and Directory Permissions
- File and Directory Ownership
- Modifying File and Directory Ownership
- Special Permissions and Attributes
- Permissions and Sticky Bits
- Troubleshooting Permissions Issues
- Creating Partitions
- Logical Volumes
- Performing the Installation
- Managing Logical Volumes
- Mounting File Systems
- File System Mounting
- Managing File Systems
- File System Management
- Linux Directory Structure
- Navigating Directorie
- Troubleshooting Storage Issues
- Storage Usage and Quotas
- Files and Directories
- Create and Edit Text Files
- Creating and Editing Text Files
- Search for Files
- Searching for Files
- Perform Operations
- Performing Operations
- Process Text Files
- Processing Text Files
- Manipulate File Output
- Manipulating File Output
- Kernel Modules
- The Linux Kernel
- Exploring the Kernel
- Kernel Modules
- Installing and Configuring Kernel Modules
- Monitor Kernel Modules
- Monitoring Kernel Modules
- The Linux Boot Process
- Linux Boot Components
- Identifying Boot Components
- GRUB 2
- Configuring GRUB 2s
- System Components
- Localization Options
- Configuring Localization
- Graphical User Interface
- Configuring GUIs
- Managing Services
- Process Issues
- Troubleshooting Processes
- CPU and Memory Issues
- Troubleshooting CPU and Memory Issues
- Linux Devices
- Configure Devices
- Configuring Devices
- Monitor Devices
- Monitoring Devices
- Troubleshooting Hardware Issues
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