The Complete Linux LPIC-1 Certification Course Exams 101-102
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The Complete Linux LPIC-1 Certification Course Exams 101-102

Get certified in Linux for LPIC-1 or Comptia Linux+ using this easy to follow course
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Last updated 5/2016
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What you'll learn
  • Install, Configure, Maintain and Manage Linux in an effective manner
Requirements
  • All you need is a computer / laptop and a passion to learn, practice and implement Linux
Description

(Note: This course was designed for LPIC-1 Ver 4.0. Linux Professional Institute has already released Ver 5.0 and the differences between the topics are available at LPI official site.)

Welcome To The Complete Linux LPIC-1 Certification (Ver. 4.0) Course Exams 101-102

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Why should you learn Linux? 

Linux is a fast-growing operating system, it is inexpensive and highly flexible. Almost all the key organizations in IT industry including Google use variations of Linux to power their servers. Linux is also a major player in the small and mid-sized server field, and it’s an increasingly viable platform for workstation and desktop use as well. By understanding Linux, you’ll increase your standing in the job market. Even if you already know Windows or Mac OS and your employer uses these systems exclusively, understanding Linux will give you an edge when you’re looking for a new job or you’re looking for a promotion.

The Linux Professional Institute (LPI) has developed its LPI-1 certification as an introductory certification for people who want to enter careers involving Linux. The exam is
meant to certify that an individual has the skills necessary to install, operate, and troubleshoot a Linux system and is familiar with Linux-specific concepts and basic hardware.

The purpose of this course is to help you pass the LPIC-1 exams (101 and 102).
Because these exams cover basic Linux installation, configuration, maintenance,
applications, networking, and security, those are the topics that are emphasized in this
book. You’ll learn enough to get a Linux system up and running and to configure it for
many common tasks. 

Why Become Linux Certified through LPIC?

There are four major benefits:

Relevance The LPIC exams were designed with the needs of Linux professionals in mind.

Quality The exams have been extensively tested and validated using psychometric standards.
Neutrality LPI is an organization that doesn’t itself market any Linux distribution.

Support The exams are supported by major players in the Linux world.

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Who this course is for:
  • This course is for anyone to wants to delve deep into the world of Linux and aims to become professional in it
Course content
Expand all 72 lectures 18:41:46
+ GNU and UNIX commands
14 lectures 03:51:57
CLI Introduction and File Management
20:19
CLI Introduction And File Management part-2
08:51
All about vi Editor
28:12
Stream Editing Text Files
13:49
Setting Environment Variables
19:49
Concatenating and Splitting Files
08:38
Processing / Filtering text using grep / tee / xargs
15:08
Processing / Filtering text using Paste / Join / Expand / Unexpand
14:36
Files and Folders Archiving: tar / dd / cpio
21:13
Compressing Files using gzip bzip2 and tar
12:55
Process Management through Nice and Renice
14:18
Putting jobs in Background and Foreground
19:16
Terminating Processes
16:21
+ Shells, Scripting and Data Management
5 lectures 01:27:44
User Profiles and System Profiles
17:39
Scripting Basics
17:15
Scripting Basics (Using Loops) part-2
15:15
SQL Data Management
19:05
SQL Data Management part-2
18:30
+ User Interfaces and Desktops
4 lectures 58:06
X11-Xorg Server And X-11 Forwarding
15:13
X11 Server and X11 Forwarding part-2
12:41
Linux Display Managers
19:31
Accessibility Options in Linux
10:41
+ Devices, Linux Filesystems, Filesystem Hierarchy Standard
12 lectures 02:57:25
Filesystem Types and Creating Different Filesystems
16:56
Filesystem Maintenance
17:14
Mounting And Unmounting Of Filesystems
13:58
All about Files / Folders Ownership and associated Permissions
23:45
Special Permission Bits For Files And Folders (SUID, SGID & Sticky Bit)
15:11
SUID, SGID And Sticky Bit Part-2
12:50
What are Soft and Hard Links
16:27
Finding Files in Linux
18:51
Creating Partitions using MBR and GPT
14:19
Creating Partitions using MBR and GPT part-2
14:31
Managing Disk Quotas
12:16
+ System Architecture
4 lectures 01:14:59
Determine Hardware And Manage Kernel Modules
14:17
Boot Sequence / Kernel Parameters / Single User Mode / Proper Shutdown
19:25
System Initialization through Init, Upstart and Systemd
20:45
Run Levels in Linux
20:32
+ Linux Installation and Package Management
7 lectures 01:37:10
Describe Common Storage Devices
12:26
Logical Volume Manager
15:53
Managing Shared Libraries
16:35
Managing Bootloaders GRUB GRUB2
15:09
Linux Packages Management through APT
17:21
linux Packages Management through YUM
11:53
Manage RPM packages (rpm2cpio, cpio commands)
07:53
+ Administrative Tasks
7 lectures 01:36:01
Changing Name of your Linux Box
00:45
Managing Users and Groups
19:29
Local Passwords Management
16:12
Scheduling Tasks In Linux
18:15
Scheduling tasks in Linux part-2
16:57
Timezone Settings and Locale
16:42
Timezone Settings and Locale (part-2)
07:41
+ Essential System Services
5 lectures 01:33:23
Setting Date and Time On Linux
19:32
Linux Email Management and Mail Transfer Agents
19:38
System Logging in Linux
17:28
System Logging in Linux part-2
19:30
System Logging in Linux part-3
17:15
+ Networking Fundamentals
6 lectures 01:48:37
Quick Overview of TCP / UDP and common ports
16:36
IPv4 / IPv6 / Netmask / CIDR / Gateways
18:23
IPv4 / IPv6 / Netmask / CIDR / Gateways (part-2)
17:20
Network Configuration and tips for Debian based distribution (Ubuntu)
25:22
Network Configuration and tips for Red Hat based distributiosn (CentOS)
10:11
Client Side DNS Settings On Linux
20:45