CompTIA Linux+ Study Guide: 2009 Exam
The Linux+ exam is an entry-level Linux certification exam administered by CompTIA that covers your knowledge of basic Linux system administration skills. With this being the first update to the exam in more than five years, you'll need to be prepared on the most up-to-date information on all Linux administration topics.
Boasting clear and concise material, practical examples, and insights drawn from real-world experience, this study guide is an indispensable resource.
- Completely updated for the newest Linux+ exam-the first exam revision in more than five years
- Thorough coverage on key exam topics, including installation and configuration, system maintenance and operations, application and services, networking, and security
- Packed with chapter review questions, real-world scenarios, hands-on exercises, and a glossary of the most important terms you need to know
- CD features two practice exams, electronic flashcards, interactive chapter review questions, and the book in a searchable PDF
Written by a highly respected and recognized author in the field of Linux, this study guide prepares you for the completely new Linux+ exam.
2 Using Text Mode Commands.
3 Managing Processes and Editing Files.
4 Managing System Services.
5 Managing Users.
6 Managing Disks.
7 Managing Packages and System Backups.
8 Configuring Basic Networking.
9 Configuring Advanced Networking.
10 Configuring Network Servers.
11 Configuring Network Servers II.
12 Securing Linux.
Roderick W. Smith, Linux+, LPIC-1, is a Linux consultant and author. His areas of expertise include Linux networking, filesystems, and cross-platform configuration. He has written over 20 books on open source technologies, including the LPIC-1: Linux Professional Institute Certification Study Guide, 2nd Edition and Linux Administrator Street Smarts, both from Sybex.