LPI Linux Essentials 010-160 Certification Exam Practice
Welcome to the LPI 010-160 Linux Essentials Practice Tests.
You're about to take the exam. Let's be honest: practice of the expected questions is what you need to pass the exam. Not hours of lectures. Just solving and memorizing a bunch of small tasks. If so, this is a right place to start!
What is special about this course (please read it carefully before you enroll):
No video tutorials
Unique questions only, no duplicates
Explanations to answers for every question provided
Screenshots of code samples with correct answers provided
There can be some new questions (not covered in this material) at the real exam by the date you are taking it
This is not the exact simulation of the real exam (there is no that one anywhere online at all =) )
The Linux Essentials training covers these topics:
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
One more helpful idea that helped me passing exams like this. If you find it hard to memorize or understand some specific question, then you can come up with some mnemonic rule so, that you just bind the question with the answer.
After you finish the course I'd be happy to know if it helped you passing the LPI 010-160 Linux Essentials Exam.
So, wish you some luck!
Who this course is for:
- Everyone who is going to take LPI 010-160 Linux Essentials Exam
- Everyone interested in extending his Linux knowledge
Microsoft certified software engineer. Offline/online teacher.
I graduated from Technology University in 2008 as a programmer. And since then I’ve been a programmer. Once the company I worked for sent me to State College to teach students C# (my main and beloved language). And it turned out that I enjoyed the process so much that now I ended up here teaching on Udemy.
I’m very glad to help you shorten your educational path and make it more efficient. It really encourages me to know that my knowledge, that I’ve got through the years spent in the IT industry, can do some help to others.
Enjoy your study!