CompTIA’s Linux+ is a vendor-neutral certification specifically designed to certify technical entry-level skills required to pursue a network or system administrator job role in Linux environments. Its objectives are intended to measure a candidate’s ability to install, operate, and troubleshoot Linux operating systems.

What are the job roles for Linux+ certified professionals?

The job roles for Linux+ certified professionals typically include Network Administrator, System Administrator, and Network Technician.

What are the requirements for becoming a Linux+ certified professional?
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Q. What is the pre-requisite for taking the test XK0-002?

A. This test XK0-002 prepares you for various job roles related to Linux network administration, such as Network Administrator, System Administrator and Network Technician. Although there are no prerequisites for this test, CompTIA recommends that you have six to twelve months of experience in supporting Linux operating systems.

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