LPI Linux Essentials (010-160) Complete Course and Exams
- 7.5 hours on-demand video
- 1 article
- 1 downloadable resource
- 2 Practice Tests
- Full lifetime access
- Access on mobile and TV
- Certificate of Completion
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- Understand the Linux and open source industry and knowledge of the most popular open source Applications
- Understand the major components of the Linux operating system
- Gain the technical proficiency to work on the Linux command line
- Gain a basic understanding of security and administration in Linux
- Understand how to work with users, groups, and permission in Linux
- There are no prerequisites for this certification or course
- A laptop or desktop to install Linux on during the course
**You can pass the LPI Linux Essentials (010-160) Certification Exam **
Taught by an expert in information technology and cyber security with over 20 years of experience, this course is a fun way to master the fundamentals of Linux system usage and administration.
My name is Jason Dion, and I have personally helped over 120,000 students earn their IT certifications, and now I can help you, too!
This course is designed to help prepare you for the LPI Linux Essentials (010-160) certification exam and covers the five domains for the LPI Linux Essentials (010-160) certification exam:
The Linux Community and a Career in Open Source
Finding Your Way on a Linux System
The Power of the Command Line
The Linux Operating System
Security and File Permissions
You will learn the fundamentals of the Linux operating system, be introduced to numerous Linux distributions, and gain experience in the configuration, management, and usage of common open source software applications and the operating system.
In addition to learning the theory, you will also get step-by-step demonstrations in our practical labs to practice the theory and really learn how to use and configure Linux. By the end of the course, you will be comfortable within the command line and start to feel like a Linux professional!
What You Will Receive In The Course:
Video lectures with the essential information needed to pass the LPI Linux Essentials (010-160) exam
Downloadable copies of our Study Notes based on the lessons
Practice questions to ensure mastery of each section of the course
Two full-length practice certification exams with multiple choice questions
What Other Students Are Saying About My Certification Courses:
Great, precise, and to the point explanations of concepts. A big problem with books and even some other videos is that they can get too wordy for their own good. Jason gives great and short explanations. He also makes great use of real world ways of looking at things. (Emanuel R., 5 stars)
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The course was great, I took an entire week to watch the course and do the practice exams. Jason is great at explaining the concepts, and I'm happy to say that I am now certified! (Fernando D., 5 stars)
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- Beginning IT professionals who want to expand into Linux
- Service desk analysts who want to become Linux adminsitrators
- Cybersecurity analysts who need to better understand Linux
A short welcome to the course, a brief background of the instructor, information on the exam itself, and where to buy your exam voucher.
This lesson provides a brief description of the exam, the types of questions to exam, how long it is, and other key details that students should know before taking the course.
This lesson provides a brief introduction to Linux, what it is, and how it is used in the workplace.
This lesson describes the concepts of the open source community and its licensing model.
This lesson describes how distros are created, updated, and retired over time.
This demo compares the GUIs/desktop of 4 different Linux distros.
This lesson describes how Linux is used in systems other than computers.
This demo describes the typical installation process of a Linux distro : Ubuntu.
This lesson details the differences (and similarities of) Linux, Windows, MacOS.