Linux Certification Training – Practice Labs and Exams

LPI is the global certification standard and career support organization for Linux open source professionals. With more than 600,000 exams delivered, it’s the world’s first and largest vendor-neutral Linux and open source certification body. LPI has certified professionals in over 180 countries, delivers exams in 9 languages, and has hundreds of training partners.

This course has been completely revised and updated for the brand new LPIC exams:

  • 010-160 – LPI: Linux Essentials (Linux Beginners)
  • 101-500 – LPIC-1: System Administrator
  • 102-500 – LPIC-1: System Administrator

Linux Administrator Training

Linux engineers are in huge demand at the moment and with a shortfall of Linux certified engineers it’s easier then ever to land a rewarding and well paid job.

Your Linux certification training course starts with Linux beginner labs preparing you for the LPI Essentials certification exam which is aimed at junior Linux engineers. After that, you prepare for the Linux administrator exam, the Linux LPIC-1.

Linux practice labs are the ONLY way to prepare for the Linux exams. You can read as many books as you like but until you install, configure and troubleshoot the many available Linux services and systems you will never understand enough to pass the exams (or do the job).

We take you by the hand and guide you through the entire LPIC Essentials and Administrator. Included are more than $400 worth of Linux practice tests, advanced multi-technology labs, real-world and exam tricks and tips and to guarantee your success come exam day.

Your Linux certification training instructor is an industry expert. He configures and troubleshoots Linux for large international companies on a daily basis. He walks you through all the important Linux features including working with files and directories, shell scripting, boot manager, security, networking, GUI, troubleshooting, managing printers, managing hard disks and much more.

Take this course if you:

  • Are a novice and want to learn Linux basics
  • Want to pass your Linux Administrator exams
  • Find just reading a study guide not sufficient to understand the material
  • Can’t seem to nail subjects such as scripting or bash
  • Want an easy-to-follow study program that will get you results
  • Can’t find enough practice exams with solutions to prepare yourself
  • Want to dramatically improve your hands-on Linux skills
Module 1Welcome to the Course
Unit 1Welcome
Module 2LPIC Essentials 1
Unit 1Linux Distributions and Installation
Unit 2Desktop Applications and Package Management
Unit 3Server and Development Applications
Unit 4Open Source Software and Licensing
Unit 5Working in Linux
Unit 6Command Line Syntax and Quoting
Unit 7Environment Variables, Types, and History
Unit 8Getting Help
Unit 9Files
Unit 10Directories
Unit 11File Copying, Moving, and Globbing
Unit 12Archiving and Unarchiving
Unit 13Pipes and Redirection
Unit 14Regular Expressions
Unit 15Shell Scripting
Unit 16Scripting Practice
Unit 17Choosing an Operating System
Unit 18Hardware
Unit 19Processes and Configuration
Unit 20System Messaging and Logging
Unit 21Networking
Unit 22Basic Security and Identifying User Types
Unit 23Creating Users and Groups
Unit 24Managing File Permissions and Ownership
Unit 25Special Directories and Files
Module 3LPIC1 - Exam 101
Unit 1Determine and Configure Hardware Settings: PCI Devices and Peripherals
Unit 2Determine and Configure Hardware Settings: Filesystems and Storage
Unit 3Boot the System: Boot Sequence
Unit 4Boot the System: SysVInit and Systemd
Unit 5Change Runlevels / Boot Targets and Shutdown or Reboot System: Runlevels and Boot Targets
Unit 6Change Runlevels / Boot Targets and Shutdown or Reboot System: Systemd and Processes
Unit 7Install a Boot Manager
Unit 8Manage Shared Libraries
Unit 9Use Debian Package Management: Apt
Unit 10Use Debian Package Management: Dpkg
Unit 11Use RPM and YUM Package Management: YUM
Unit 12Use RPM and YUM Package Management: RPM
Unit 13Linux as a Virtualization Guest
Unit 14Work on the Command Line: Commands and Quoting
Unit 15Work on the Command Line: Environment Variables, Types, and History
Unit 16Process Text Streams Using Filters
Unit 17Perform Basic File Management: Files and Directories
Unit 18Perform Basic File Management: Find and Globbing
Unit 19Perform Basic File Management: Archiving and Unarchiving
Unit 20Use Streams, Pipes, and Redirects: Redirection and File Descriptors
Unit 21Use Streams, Pipes, and Redirects: Pipes
Unit 22Create, Monitor, and Kill Processes: Foreground and Background Jobs
Unit 23Create, Monitor, and Kill Processes: Process Monitoring
Unit 24Create. Monitor, and Kill Processes: Sending Signals
Unit 25Modify Process Execution Priorities
Unit 26Modify Process Execution Priorities
Unit 27Search Text Files Using Regular Expressions: Basic Regex
Unit 28Search Text Files Using Regular Expressions: Extended Regex
Unit 29Basic File Editing: vi Navigation
Unit 30Basic File Editing: vi Modes
Unit 31Create Partitions and Filesystems
Unit 32Maintain the Integrity of Filesystems
Unit 33Control Mounting and Unmounting of Filesystems: Manual Mounting
Unit 34Control Mounting and Unmounting of Filesystems: Automatic Mounting
Unit 35Manage File Permissions and Ownership: File Permissions
Unit 36Manage File Permissions and Ownership: Directory Permissions
Unit 37Create and Change Hard and Symbolic Links
Unit 38Find System Files and Place Files in the Correct Location
Unit 39Design Hard Disk Layout
Module 4LPIC1 - Exam 102
Unit 1Customize and Use the Shell Environment: User Profiles
Unit 2Customize and Use the Shell Environment: Aliases and Functions
Unit 3Customize or Write Simple Scripts: Standard Syntax
Unit 4Customize or Write Simple Scripts: Miscellaneous Tools
Unit 5Customize or Write Simple Scripts: Scripting Practice
Unit 6Install and Configure X11
Unit 7Graphical Desktops
Unit 8Accessibility
Unit 9Manage User and Group Accounts and Related System Files: Users
Unit 10Manage User and Group Accounts and Related System Files: Groups
Unit 11Manage User and Group Accounts and Related System Files: Special Purpose Accounts
Unit 12Automate System Administration Tasks by Scheduling Jobs: Cron
Unit 13Automate System Administration Tasks by Scheduling Jobs: At and Systemd
Unit 14Localisation and Internationalisation: Timezones
Unit 15Localisation and Internationalisation: Locales
Unit 16Maintain System Time: NTP
Unit 17Maintain System Time: Chrony
Unit 18System Logging: Rsyslog
Unit 19System Logging: Logrotate
Unit 20System Logging: Journald
Unit 21Mail Transfer Agent (MTA) Basics: Aliases and Forwarding
Unit 22Mail Transfer Agent (MTA) Basics: Other MTA's
Unit 23Manage Printers and Printing
Unit 24Fundamentals of Internet Protocols: Ports and Services
Unit 25Fundamentals of Internet Protocols: Subnetting
Unit 26Fundamentals of Internet Protocols: IPv4 and IPv6
Unit 27Persistent Network Configuration: Network Configuration
Unit 28Persistent Network Configuration: NetworkManager
Unit 29Basic Network Troubleshooting: Modern Tools
Unit 30Basic Network Troubleshooting: Legacy Tools
Unit 31Configure Client Side DNS: dnsutils
Unit 32Configure Client Side DNS: systemd-resolved
Unit 33Perform Security Administration Tasks: User Auditing
Unit 34Perform Security Administration Tasks: System Auditing
Unit 35Setup Host Security: User Security
Unit 36Setup Host Security: Network Services
Unit 37Securing Data with Encryption: SSH
Unit 38Securing Data with Encryption: GPG
Module 5Practice Exams
Unit 1Exam 1 - LPI Essentials
Unit 2Exam 2 - LPI Essentials 2
Unit 3LPIC 1 - Exam 101
Unit 4LPIC 1 - Exam 102