Using Linux is a bit like being a racecar driver. Really good drivers win their races, but it takes more than that to know how to repair your car when it breaks down. This course is about knowing Linux so well that diagnosing and fixing connectivity problems becomes second nature.
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Linux Troubleshooting FAQs: Cost, Training, Value
Network administrators, server administrators and systems administrators who support networks and devices that run Linux should take this course. You'll learn the deep workings of network connectivity and DNS in Linux so that you can be the one who fixes problems before they even come up.
Yes, this course on Linux troubleshooting was designed around the CompTIA certification exam XK0-004 for earning Linux+. This course doesn't cover everything you should expect to see on the Linux+ exam, but because it's focused on resolving advanced networking problems, you'll be ahead of the game.
The Linux+ from CompTIA is the first certification to aim for after taking this course. Learning to troubleshoot a Linux network will give you a deep level of competence with Linux devices and networks generally, so you might also consider starting preparations for the Network+ as well.
You should take this training in troubleshooting Linux to get a deep and thorough understanding of how Linux operates. Most administrators know how to use Linux when it's working properly, but the most knowledgeable IT professionals understand how to repair their network OS when it stops working.