This course on Linux administration teaches you everything you need to know to perform routine maintenance tasks on the Linux OS and devices running it, according to the Linux Professional Institute. You'll learn the basics of Linux administration and working as a systems administrator on Linux machines from this certification exam prep course.
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Linux Professional Institute LPIC-1 (101-500 & 102-500) FAQs: Cost, Training, Value
Since LPIC-1 is the first in the Linux Professional Institute's series of certifications, this course is perfect for anyone who's just getting started with the OS or anyone trying to start a career administering it. From basic users to first-time administrators, you'll learn about how to use Linux and manipulate it via the command line.
Yes, this course is designed specifically for LPIC-1 and its two exams, 101-500 and 102-500. LPIC-1 is an entry-level Linux administration certification offered by the Linux Professional Institute, and this course will make sure you're ready to take both its exams and earn your first Linux cert.
After this training, you'll be prepared to take the two exams needed to earn LPIC-1, 101-500 and 102-500. The Linux Professional Institute offers a series of 6 certifications for Linux professionals, ranging from the basic LPIC-1 to the advanced and specialized LPIC-3 High Availability and Storage Clusters. You'll want to start with LPIC-1 after this training.
If you need to understand the architecture of a Linux system, install and maintain Linux workstations, work the Linux command line, handle files and access permissions, perform basic maintenance tasks and configure system security, then you should take this course. Learn to do all that and more at a high level of competence and professionalism with this LPIC-1 course.
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