CompTIA Linux+ Complete Study Guide Authorized Courseware: Exams LX0-101 and LX0-102
The two leading Linux certification bodies, CompTIA and Linux Professional Institute (LPI), have joined forces to release two new Linux+ exams, LX0-101 and LX0-102. This new Sybex study guide breaks down everything you need to prepare for the exams. Covering all exam objectives, the book explains Linux command-line tools, managing software, configuring hardware, managing files and filesystems, and much more. The companion CD features a leading-edge test engine and a host of other study tools, giving you ample opportunity to study, practice, and review.
- Covers all exam objectives for the Linux+ exams, LX0-101 and LX0-102
- Explains Linux command-line tools, managing software, configuring hardware, the boot process and scripts, and managing files and filesystems
- Also covers working with the X Window system, administering the system, basic networking, and server and system security
- Provides leading-edge test prep software, four practice exams, over 100 electronic flashcards, and the book in searchable PDF, on a companion CD
If you want to prepare for Linux+ certification, a Sybex Study Guide is what you need!
Note: CD-ROM/DVD and other supplementary materials are not included as part of eBook file.
Part I The CompTIA Linux+ LX0-101 Exam.
Chapter 1 Exploring Linux Command-Line Tools.
Chapter 2 Managing Software.
Chapter 3 Configuring Hardware.
Chapter 4 Managing Files.
Chapter 5 Booting Linux and Editing Files.
PART II The CompTIA Linux+ LX0-102 Exam.
Chapter 6 Configuring the X Window System, Localization, and Printing.
Chapter 7 Administering the System.
Chapter 8 Configuring Basic Networking.
Chapter 9 Writing Scripts, Configuring E-mail, and Using Databases.
Chapter 10 Securing Your System.
Do you think you've discovered an error in this book? Please check the list of errata below to see if we've already addressed the error. If not, please submit the error via our Errata Form. We will attempt to verify your error; if you're right, we will post a correction below.
|1||18||Text correction: Error in code under "Generating Command Lines"
The first line of code on the page,
$ find ./ -name "*~" | xargs rm
could delete more files than intended. The line should read:
$ find ./ -name "*~" | xargs -d "\n" rm
In addition, append this text to the following paragraph:
"Problems can arise if filenames contain spaces, since by default xargs uses both spaces and newlines as item delimiters. The -d "\n" option to xargs tells it to use only newlines as delimiters, thus avoiding this problem in this context. (The find command separates each found filename with a newline.)"