LINUX Administration Exam Questions Practice Test part 3
The world is changing, constantly, and at a fast pace! The technology-driven future in which we’ll live is filled with promise but also challenges. Linux powers the servers of the Internet and by enrolling in this course you’ll power the essential Linux concepts and commands. This Linux Administration course is really different! You’ll learn what really matters and you’ll get the skills to get ahead and gain an edge.
With 6 practice exams containing 50 questions each, I have carefully hand-crafted each question to put you to the test. After passing these exams, you will be fully prepared for what it is like to take the Exam.
This practice exam course is designed around the official exam objectives for the exam, weighting the 19 Knowledge Areas properly, so you can pass the actual Exam with confidence!
You won't be hoping you are ready, you will know you are ready to pass the exam, saving you time and money. After practicing these tests and scoring an 80% or higher on them, you will be ready to PASS your certification on the first attempt and avoid costly re-scheduling fees.
After each practice exam attempt, you will receive your total final score, along with feedback on each and every question -- telling you exactly why each answer is correct so that you can pinpoint the areas in which you need to improve and perform some additional studying.
These Exams have the timed test-taking capability and provides you with interactive, question-level feedback.
Do you want to learn a new valuable skill, get hired, get a promotion, or simply prepare for the future that comes? Well, then this Linux course is for you!
By enrolling in this Linux Administration course now, you make the best investment in your career!
By the end of this course, you'll have an in-depth knowledge of how the Linux Operating System works and how you can best deal with it.
This course is for you if you want to learn Linux applied to the real-world.
It’s specially designed for you whether you have no experience in Linux, you’ve taken other related courses and you want to fill in gaps or level up your skills, or you are coming from other fields like Networking or Programming.
You'll have lifetime access and you can return and look for a specific Linux concept or command anytime you want. And let's not forget, if you don't like the course, you are covered by a 30-day money-back guarantee, full refund, no questions asked!
The topics covered in this Linux Administration Practice test are:
Setting Up the Environment (Installing both Ubuntu and CentOS)
The Linux Terminal In Depth
The Linux File System
Absolute vs. Relative Paths. Walking through the File System (pwd, cd, tree)
The LS Command In-Depth (ls)
Understanding File Timestamps: atime, mtime, ctime (stat, touch, date)
Viewing Files (cat, less, more, tail, head, watch)
Creating Files and Directories (touch, mkdir)
Copying, Moving, Renaming, and Deleting Files and Directories (cp, mv, rm, shred)
Working With Pipes in Linux (|, wc)
Command Redirection (>, >>, 2> &>, cut, tee)
Finding Files and Directories (locate, find, which)
Find and Exec
Searching for String Patterns (grep, strings)
Comparing Files (cmp, diff, sha256)
The VIM Editor In Depth
Compressing and Archiving Files and Directories (tar, gzip, bzip2)
Hard and Symbolic Links. The Inode Structure
User Accounts Management
Understanding passwd and shadow files
Understanding Linux Groups (groups, id)
Creating, Changing, and Removing User Accounts User Accounts (useradd, usermod, userdel)
Group Management (groupadd, groupdel, groupmod)
User Account Monitoring (whoami, who am i, who, id, w, uptime, last)
Linux File Permissions
Octal (Numeric) Notation of File Permissions
Changing File Permissions (chmod)
Changing File Ownership (chown, chgrp)
Understanding SUID (Set User ID), SGID (Set Group ID), and the Sticky Bit
Understanding Files Attributes (lsattr, chattr)
Linux Process Management
Processes and The Linux Security Model
Listing Processes (ps, pstree, top, htop)
Signals and Killing Processes (kill, pkill, killall, pidof)
Foreground and Background Processes
Job Control (jobs, fg, bg)
Networking on Linux
Getting Information and configuring the Network Interfaces (ip, ifconfig, route)
Setting Up Static IP on Ubuntu (netplan)
Testing and Troubleshooting Network Connectivity
Using, Troubleshooting, and Securing SSH (sshd)
Copying Files Over the Network (scp)
Synchronizing Files and Directories using rsync
Checking for Listening Ports (netstat, ss, lsof, telnet, nmap)
DPKG (Debian and Ubuntu Based Distros) and APT
DNF (RedHat Based Distros)
Compiling Software From Source Code: Lab ProFTPD
Linux System Administration
Task Automation and Scheduling Using Cron (crontab) and Anacron
Mounting and Unmounting File Systems (df, mount, umount, fdisk, gparted)
Working With Device Files (dd)
Getting System Hardware Information (lwhw, lscpu, lsusb, lspci, dmidecode, hdparm)
Service Management (systemd and systemctl)
Bash Shell Scripting
Security: Information Gathering and Sniffing Traffic
Security: Netfilter/Iptables Firewall
Security: SSH PKI & SSH Hardening
Every topic includes many live examples, both on Ubuntu and CentOS, a command section, lots of quizzes, slides, and many practice challenges.
The skills you’ll learn will boost your career and make you even more valuable on the job market.
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