This globally recognised CompTIA Linux+ certification enables you to develop your skills in configuring, operating, administrating, and troubleshooting Linux systems.
Linux is the central operating system for much of the world’s IT infrastructure and its use across technologies has grown extremely quickly, which has led to a high demand for qualified Linux professionals. With CompTIA’s Linux+ certification, you’ll learn the fundamental skills and knowledge you need to successfully configure, manage, and troubleshoot Linux systems.
The Linux+ certification course covers many features in major distributions of Linux, including the Linux command line, basic maintenance, installing and configuring workstations and networking, making it the perfect course for candidates wanting to pursue an IT career working with Linux.
What you'll learn
- TopicsIntroduction to Linux & the Command LineManaging Users & GroupsFile Access & PermissionsDisk Partitions & File SystemsLogical Volumes & Filesystem HierarchyUsing vi/vim to Edit FilesLocating & Manipulating FilesSearching & Manipulating File ContentsBoot Process & KernelGraphical User InterfacesManaging & Configuring HardwareTCP/IP & NetworkingTroubleshooting Network ConnectionsInstalling & Managing SoftwareInstalling Software from Source CodeSecurity Best PracticesSELinux & AppArmorNetwork Firewall & Traffic FilteringBackup & RestoreBourne-again Shell & ScriptingScheduling TasksGit Version ControlInstalling CentOSInstalling Unbuntu
The CompTIA Linux+ exam consists of 2 x 90-minute exams. Each exam has 90 questions designed to test your knowledge of Linux. You will also be provided with a practice exam and questions. This exam is provided by CompTIA.Certification
On successfully passing the CompTIA Linux+ exam, you’ll be awarded your certification. This is a digital certificate.
The key facts about your online training.
2 x 90-minute exams, 90 questions per exam. Also includes practice exam and questions
Internet access and email
No formal prerequisites
Junior Linux Administrator, Junior Network Administrator, Systems Administrator, Linux Database Administrator or a Web Administrator
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Why become certified in CompTIA Linux+?
Linus is used by the world’s most-used operating system - Android. So, Linux professionals are in huge demand. Linux is used for everything from supercomputers and web servers to virtualised systems and phones. Earning the globally recognised CompTIA Linux+ certification validates your technical competency in Linux operating systems.
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