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Linux Essentials (Course & Lab)

ISBN : 9781616915827

Gain hands-on expertise in LPI Linux Essentials certification exam by course and performance based labs. Performance based labs simulate real-world, hardware, software & command line interface environments and can be mapped to any text-book, course & training. LPI Linux Essentials is a professional development certification program. LPI Linux Essentials exam covers basic knowledge on Open Source and various distributions of Linux.

LPI Linux Essentials is a professional development certification program for Linux professionals and covers basic knowledge on Open Source and various distributions of Linux.

Lessons
Lessons
17+
Exercises
228+
Quizzes
218+
Flashcards
233+
Glossary of terms
233+
TestPrep
Pre Assessment Questions
44+
Full Length Tests
5+
Post Assessment Questions
45+
Lab
Performance lab
75+

Videos and How To

uCertify course includes videos to help understand concepts. It also includes How Tos that help learners with how to accomplish certain tasks.

Video Lessons
Videos
40+
Hours
02:06+
  • Overview
  • What Is an OS?
  • Investigating User Interfaces
  • Where Does Linux Fit in the OS World?
  • What Is a Distribution?
  • Suggested Exercises
  • Overview
  • Linux through the Ages
  • Using Open Source Software
  • Understanding OS Roles
  • Suggested Exercises
  • Overview
  • Investigating Software Licenses
  • The Free Software Foundation
  • The Open Source Initiative
  • The Creative Commons
  • Using Open Source Licenses
  • Suggested Exercises
  • Overview
  • Using a Linux Desktop Environment
  • Working with Productivity Software
  • Using Server Programs
  • Managing Programming Languages
  • Suggested Exercises
  • Overview
  • Learning About Your CPU
  • Identifying Motherboard Capabilities
  • Sizing Your Power Supply
  • Understanding Disk Issues
  • Managing Displays
  • Handling USB Devices
  • Managing Drivers
  • Suggested Exercises
  • Overview
  • Starting a Command Line
  • Running Programs
  • Manipulating Files
  • Using Shell Features
  • Suggested Exercises
  • Overview
  • Manipulating Files
  • Manipulating Directories
  • Suggested Exercises
  • Overview
  • Using man Pages
  • Using info Pages
  • Finding Additional Documentation
  • Suggested Exercises
  • Overview
  • Understanding Package Management
  • Understanding the Process Hierarchy
  • Identifying Running Processes
  • Using Log Files
  • Suggested Exercises
  • Overview
  • Using Regular Expressions
  • Searching for and Extracting Data
  • Redirecting Input and Output
  • Archiving Data
  • Suggested Exercises
  • Overview
  • Understanding the Role of Text Files
  • Choosing an Editor
  • Launching an Editor
  • Editing Files with pico or nano
  • Editing Files with Vi
  • Using Configuration File Conventions
  • Editing Formatted Text Files
  • Suggested Exercises
  • Overview
  • Beginning a Shell Script
  • Using Commands
  • Using Arguments
  • Using Variables
  • Using Conditional Expressions
  • Using Loops
  • Using Functions
  • Setting the Script's Exit Value
  • Suggested Exercises
  • Overview
  • Understanding Accounts
  • Using Account Tools
  • Working as root
  • Suggested Exercises
  • Overview
  • Creating New Accounts
  • Modifying Accounts
  • Deleting Accounts
  • Managing Groups
  • Suggested Exercises
  • Overview
  • Setting Ownership
  • Setting Permissions
  • Suggested Exercises
  • Overview
  • Understanding Where Things Go
  • Using Special Permission Bits and File Features
  • Suggested Exercises
  • Overview
  • Understanding Network Features
  • Configuring a Network Connection
  • Testing Your Network Connection
  • Protecting Your System from the Bad Guys
  • Suggested Exercises

Hands on Activities (Labs)

  • You work as a Linux system administrator for uCe... command should you use to accomplish this task?
  • Deleting a file
  • Creating and copying files
  • Identifying the CPU architecture
  • Displaying basic information of the system
  • You work as a technician for uCertify Inc. The c...mand should you execute to accomplish this task?
  • You want to access the /dev/sda5 filesystem at /shared. Execute the command to accomplish this task.
  • Identifying your current path setting
  • Knowing a computer's memory usage
  • Knowing ways of listing files
  • Creating and listing directories
  • Deleting files
  • Finding the absolute path
  • Creating a subdirectory
  • Sorting the file in reverse order
  • Deleting a subdirectory
  • Viewing the list of files in the current directory
  • Changing the root directory
  • You work as a Linux System Administrator for uCe...te the command required to accomplish this task.
  • Renaming a file and creating a symbolic link
  • John works as a Linux System Administrator for u...command should he write to accomplish this task?
  • Creating and deleting a directory
  • Understanding help facilities
  • Searching information in man pages
  • Reading info pages of a command
  • Searching a file
  • Locating man pages for a command
  • Searching a binary file directory
  • Installing the samba package
  • Installing the GNOME desktop environment
  • Identifying PID number of a process
  • Listing all processes of the root user
  • Finding kernel ring buffer messages
  • Examining the kernel ring buffer
  • Using the grep command
  • Searching a word in a file
  • Counting the words of a file
  • Archiving a file
  • Creating a compressed gzip archive file
  • Putting files into a single zip file
  • Creating an archive file
  • Printing a message
  • Sending ICMP ECHO_REQUEST to network hosts
  • Testing the connection
  • Verifying script execution
  • Changing the primary group
  • You work as a network administrator for uCertify...ical. Write the command to accomplish this task.
  • Displaying basic information of users and group
  • You work as a network administrator for uCertify...r ID. Write the command to accomplish this task.
  • You work as a root user in a Linux-based system....me. Execute the command to accomplish this task.
  • Creating a password-protected user
  • Switching to another user
  • Working with a user account
  • Creating a user account
  • Getting information about the current account
  • Adding a user to a group
  • You work as a Linux System Administrator for Tec...imes. Write the command to accomplish this task.
  • Deleting a user account
  • Deleting a group
  • Renaming a group
  • Adding a group
  • Deleting a user
  • Changing the group ownership
  • Changing the ownership of a file
  • Creating a long directory listing
  • Setting the permissions
  • Creating links between files
  • Setting the SUID on a file
  • Displaying hidden files
  • Searching information in subdirectories
  • Displaying interface details
  • John works as a network administrator for uCerti...command should he write to accomplish this task?
  • Connecting a network interface with an IP address
  • Listing of listening TCP ports
  • Displaying the routing table
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