The CompTIA Linux+ Powered by LPI Course covers the Linux+ LX0-103 and LX0-104 exam syllabus. The Linux+ certification offers a framework for getting a working knowledge of Linux for IT professionals working as junior-level system administrators, as well as those working in Web and software development. Linux is an essential skill for working in a variety of job roles in Web, systems and network administration.

Linux is quickly becoming a preferred software platform, it’s low cost, provides flexibility and is compatible with virtualisation and cloud applications. As more organisations implement Linux, employers will be looking for administrators who have a solid technical knowledge of Linux systems.

Course Objectives:

  • Identify basic Linux concepts and perform basic Linux tasks.Manage user and group accounts.
  • Manage partitions and the Linux filesystem.
  • Manage various files in Linux
  • Work with Linux permissions and ownership.
  • Print files.
  • Manage packages.
  • Manage kernel services.
  • Work with the Bash shell and shell scripts.
  • Manage jobs and processes.
  • Manage system services.
  • Configure network services.
  • Configure basic Internet services.
  • Implement measures to secure a Linux system.
  • Manage hardware associated with Linux systems.
  • Troubleshoot Linux system issues.
  • Install the Linux operating system.
  • Configure the GUI.

By completing the CompTIA Linux+ certification, you can also automatically receive the LPI LPIC-1 and the SUSE Certified Linux Administrator (CLA) certifications, earning you three industry-recognised certifications!

Please Note: The Linux+ Certification Course is designed as a theory-based course but does contain all relevant information on how to complete practical exercises.

The course books are Officially endorsed course materials that cover all of the exam objectives and implements important instructional design principles.

The Linux+ Certification course consists of the following items:

  • Linux+ Certification Course Book:

The course book covers the following units:

Unit 1: Performing Basic Linux Tasks

In this lesson, you will identify important elements in the history and development of Linux and perform basic Linux tasks.

Unit 2: Managing User & Group Accounts

Before users can take advantage of the operating system, user accounts need to be created. You will also have to create group accounts to manage those users. In this lesson, you will manage user and group accounts.

Unit 3: Managing Partitions and the Linux Filesystem

In this lesson, you will learn how to create partitions on the hard disk and navigate, manage, and maintain the Linux filesystem.

Unit 4: Managing Files in Linux

In the previous lesson, you managed the Linux filesystem. Now it is time to learn how to manipulate files and directories within Linux. In this lesson, you will manage various types of Linux files.

Unit 5: Managing Linux Permissions and Ownership

While working with Linux files, you may need to modify the permissions and ownership of these files. In this lesson, you will learn to work with Linux permissions and ownership.

Unit 6: Printing Files

In the last lesson, you worked with files in Linux. Now, you may want to print those files containing essential information. In this lesson, you will learn how to work with printer hardware and software.

Unit 7: Managing Packages

You explored the basic Linux environment, worked with files, and printed them. Now, you are ready to install packages to facilitate the distribution and installation of software. In this lesson, you will cover how to manage packages in Linux.

Unit 8: Managing Kernal Services

The kernel, being the core of the Linux operating system, handles various crucial functions such as system initialization, process scheduling, and memory and hardware management. In this lesson, you will explore the role of kernel services and kernel service configuration.

Unit 9: Working with the Bash Shell and Shell Scripts

In addition to kernel, the Linux shell is an important constituent of the operating system, and it is essential to familiarize yourself with the Bash shell and perform basic operations in it. In this lesson, you will work with the Bash shell and write shell scripts.

Unit 10: Managing Jobs and Processes

In your routine management of a Linux system, there might also be instances when various utilities need to be run simultaneously on a system, not necessarily via shell scripts. In this lesson, you will manage jobs and processes.

Unit 11: Managing System Services

Now that you examined the way processes operate in a Red Hat Enterprise Linux environment, you can learn how to manage the services that run on a Linux system. These include basic services and other services that are required by the kernel to process requests.

  • Free Linux+ Course Books (Digital Versions):

Students will also receive digital versions of their course books. These come in .PDF (Adobe Acrobat) and .EPUB (Epub File Reader) format and will allow you to view your course books on any application that supports these formats.

  • Student Exercise Files & Access to the Linux+ Student Page:

Students can access our Linux+ Course Page with links to animated components, checklists and various Linux+ and social media resources.

  • Virtual Labs (Optional - £90.00 for a 6 month license):

The Virtual Labs provide learners with live remote software environments that are pre-configured to interact with courseware activities. This is an additional item available for £90.00.

Prerequisites:

It is recommended that candidates have at least 12 months of Linux administration experience, along with CompTIA A+ or CompTIA Network+ certification although this is not an actual requirement.

Course Duration & Support:

Students may register at any time. The courses are designed as self-study courses but if you have any problems you can email our email support. As the course is self study you can complete in as little or as long a time as you prefer, and we do not impose a cut-off date for study.

Assessment:

Assessment is done through the Linux+ Powered by LPI LX0-103 and LX0-104 Examinations.

Qualification:

Linux+ CertificationOn Completion of this course, students can apply for the CompTIA Linux+ LX0-103 & LX0-104 Examinations. The Linux+ Exams consists of 60 Multiple choice questions over a 90 minute period. The passing score is 500 (on a scale of 200-800). The CompTIA Linux+ Examinations must be sat at a registered Pearson VUE testing centre and are currently £119.00 + VAT each.

You can find or register for your nearest exam centres by selecting the Test Takers option from the Pearson Vue Website.

Examination Information:

Number of questions: 60
Length of test: 90 minutes
Passing score: 500 on a scale of 200-800

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