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  • CompTIA Linux+ (Exam LX0-101)
    • Module 01 - Introduction
      • 1.1 Welcome
      • 1.2 Exam Info
      • 1.3 Course Outline
      • 1.4 Course Setup
    • Module 02 - Basic Installation
      • 2.1 Planning
      • 2.2 CentOS pt. 1
      • 2.3 CentOS pt. 2
      • 2.4 Ubuntu Server pt. 1
      • 2.5 Ubuntu Server pt. 2
      • 2.6 Troubleshooting
    • Module 03 - Working with Commands
      • 3.1 Getting Around in Linux
      • 3.2 Shell Environment pt. 1
      • 3.3 Shell Environment pt. 2
      • 3.4 Command Basics
      • 3.5 Command History
      • 3.6 Directories
      • 3.7 Command Path
      • 3.8 Variables
      • 3.9 Common Commands pt. 1
      • 3.10 Common Commands pt. 2
      • 3.11 Common Commands pt. 3
    • Module 04 - Processing Text
      • 4.1 Processing Text Intro
      • 4.2 Text Streams pt. 1
      • 4.3 Text Streams pt. 2
      • 4.4 Text Streams pt. 3
      • 4.5 Text Streams pt. 4
      • 4.9 Redirecting Text
      • 4.7 SPLIT
      • 4.8 SED and TR
      • 4.10 Piping Text
      • 4.11 Searching Text Files
      • 4.12 Using VI pt. 1
      • 4.13 Using VI pt. 2
    • Module 05 - Package Management
      • 5.1 RPM Package Mgmt pt.1
      • 5.2 RPM Package Mgmt pt.2
      • 5.3 YUM Package Mgmt pt. 1
      • 5.4 YUM Package Mgmt pt. 2
      • 5.5 Debian Package Mgmt pt. 1
      • 5.6 Debian Package Mgmt pt. 2
      • 5.7 Shared Libraries pt. 1
      • 5.8 Shared Libraries pt. 2
    • Module 06 - System Hardware
      • 6.1 Viewing Device Info pt. 1
      • 6.2 Viewing Device Info pt. 2
      • 6.3 Viewing Device Info pt. 3
      • 6.4 Managing Kernel Modules
      • 6.5 Hardware Considerations
      • 6.6 Hotplug and Coldplug Devices
      • 6.7 Mass Storage Devices pt. 1
      • 6.8 Mass Storage Devices pt. 2
    • Module 07 - System Boot
      • 7.1 The Boot Process
      • 7.2 Boot Loader Commands
      • 7.3 Boot Events Log
      • 7.4 Runlevels pt. 1
      • 7.5 Runlevels pt. 2
      • 7.6 Runlevels pt. 3
      • 7.7 Shutdown and Restart
      • 7.8 Installing a Bootloader
      • 7.9 Configuring Grub
    • Module 08 - Hard Disks
      • 8.1 Filesystems and Directories
      • 8.2 Hard Disk Layout pt. 1
      • 8.3 Hard Disk Layout pt. 2
      • 8.4 Hard Disk Layout pt. 3
      • 8.5 Creating Filesystems pt. 1
      • 8.6 Creating Filesystems pt. 2
      • 8.7 Mounting Filesystems pt. 1
      • 8.8 Mounting Filesystems pt. 2
      • 8.9 Filesystem Integrity
      • 8.10 Disk Quotas pt. 1
      • 8.11 Disk Quotas pt. 2
    • Module 09 - File Management
      • 9.1 File Management Intro
      • 9.2 Directories
      • 9.3 Locating Files
      • 9.4 Managing Directories
      • 9.5 Managing Files pt. 1
      • 9.6 Managing Files pt. 2
      • 9.7 Managing Files pt. 3
      • 9.8 Managing Files pt. 4
      • 9.9 Compression pt. 1
      • 9.10 Compression pt. 2
      • 9.11 Hard and Soft Links
      • 9.12 File Permissions pt. 1
      • 9.13 File Permissions pt. 2
      • 9.14 File Permissions pt. 3
    • Module 10 - Process Management
      • 10.1 How Processes Work
      • 10.2 Process Commands pt. 1
      • 10.3 Backgrounding Processes
      • 10.4 Process Commands pt. 2
      • 10.5 Process Priority
      • 10.6 Process Performance
      • 10.7 Killing a Process pt. 1
      • 10.8 Killing a Process pt. 2
    • Module 11 - Conclusion
      • 11.1 Course Wrap-Up
      • 11.2 Resources
      • 11.3 Command Reference
      • 11.4 Study Tips
      • 11.5 Practice Exam
      • 11.6 Sneak Peek: Linux+ LX0-102
    • Module 12 - Credits
      • 12.1 About the Author
  • CompTIA Linux+ (Exam LX0-102)
    • Module 01 - Welcome
      • 1.1 Introduction
      • 1.2 Exam Info
      • 1.3 Course Outline
      • 1.4 Course Setup
    • Module 02 - Shell Environment
      • 2.1 Exam Objectives
      • 2.2 Shell Configuration
      • 2.3 Variables
      • 2.4 Functions and Aliases
      • 2.5 Command Search Path
    • Module 03 - Scripting
      • 3.1 Exam Objectives
      • 3.2 Parts of a Script pt. 1
      • 3.3 A Simple Script
      • 3.4 Parts of a Script pt. 2
      • 3.5 Conditions and Testing pt. 1
      • 3.6 Conditions and Testing pt. 2
      • 3.7 Looping pt. 1
      • 3.8 Looping pt. 2
      • 3.9 Looping pt. 3
      • 3.10 Looping pt. 4
      • 3.11 Command Substitution
    • Module 04 - SQL Management
      • 4.1 Exam Objectives
      • 4.2 Intro to SQL
      • 4.3 Setting Up MySQL
      • 4.4 Creating Databases and Tables
      • 4.5 Inserting Data
      • 4.6 Select and Delete
      • 4.7 Update and Joins
    • Module 05 - Configuring X11 and Displays
      • 5.1 Exam Objectives
      • 5.2 Intro to X
      • 5.3 Hardware Considerations
      • 5.4 X Configuration Files
      • 5.5 X Configuration Tools
      • 5.6 Viewing X Info
      • 5.7 Configuring X Font Server
    • Module 06 - Accessibility
      • 6.1 Exam Objectives
      • 6.2 Keyboard Settings
      • 6.3 Mouse Settings
      • 6.4 Visual Settings
      • 6.5 Other Assistive Technologies
    • Module 07 - Users and Groups
      • 7.1 Exam Objectives
      • 7.2 Passwd and Shadow Files
      • 7.3 Managing Users pt. 1
      • 7.4 Managing Users pt. 2
      • 7.5 Managing Special Accounts
      • 7.6 Managing Groups
      • 7.7 Changing Password Aging
    • Module 08 - System Administration
      • 8.1 Exam Objectives and at
      • 8.2 cron
      • 8.3 System Locale Settings
      • 8.4 Setting the Timezone
      • 8.5 Setting the System Time
      • 8.6 Network Time Protocol
      • 8.7 System Logging
      • 8.8 Mail Transfer Basics pt. 1
      • 8.9 Mail Transfer Basics pt. 2
      • 8.10 Printers and Printing pt. 1
      • 8.11 Printers and Printing pt. 2
    • Module 09 - Intro to Networking
      • 9.1 Exam Objectives
      • 9.2 IP Addressing pt. 1
      • 9.3 IP Addressing pt. 2
      • 9.4 UDP/TCP/ICMP
      • 9.5 Ports and Protocols
      • 9.6 IPv6
      • 9.7 Linux Networking pt. 1
      • 9.8 Linux Networking pt. 2
    • Module 10 - Network Configuration
      • 10.1 Exam Objectives
      • 10.2 Configuring Networking pt. 1
      • 10.3 Configuring Networking pt. 2
      • 10.4 Configuring DNS pt. 1
      • 10.5 Configuring DNS pt. 2
      • 10.6 Troubleshooting Networking
      • 10.7 Troubleshooting Methodology
      • 10.8 Client Configuration
      • 10.9 Troubleshooting Utilities
      • 10.10 Network and Routing Issues
      • 10.11 DNS Issues
    • Module 11 - Security Admin
      • 11.1 Exam Objectives
      • 11.2 User Security pt. 1
      • 11.3 User Security pt. 2
      • 11.4 User Security pt. 3
      • 11.5 Network Security pt. 1
      • 11.6 Network Security pt. 2
      • 11.7 Network Security pt. 3
      • 11.8 Network Security pt. 4
      • 11.9 File Security
      • 11.10 File Security - Using Find
    • Module 12 - Data Encryption
      • 12.1 Exam Objectives
      • 12.2 SSH and SCP
      • 12.3 SLOGIN and SFTP
      • 12.4 SSH Configuration pt. 1
      • 12.5 SSH Configuration pt. 2
      • 12.6 Generating and Using Keys
      • 12.7 GnuPG (gpg) pt. 1
      • 12.8 GnuPG (gpg) pt. 2
      • 12.9 GnuPG (gpg) pt. 3
      • 12.10 Tunneling and Forwarding
      • 12.11 Forwarding X11
    • Module 13 - Conclusion
      • 13.1 Course Wrap-up
      • 13.2 Resources
      • 13.3 Practice Exam
      • 13.4 Study Tips
    • Module 14 - Credits
      • 14.1 About the Author

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