The L117-101 exam is designed to test the basic knowledge of an examinee about various hardware, their configuration and installation, his understanding of the Linux operating system, and of installing and configuring various Linux utility packages. Before taking the L117-101 exam, you should practice the following:

  1. Determine and configure hardware settings.
  2. Boot the system.
  3. Change runlevels and shut down or reboot system.
  4. Design the hard disk layout.
  5. Install a boot manager.
  6. Manage shared libraries.
  7. Use Debian package management.
  8. Use RPM and YUM package management.
  9. Work on the command line.
  10. Process text streams using filters.
  11. Perform basic file management.
  12. Use streams, pipes, and redirects.
  13. Create, monitor, and kill processes.
  14. Modify process execution priorities.
  15. Search text files using regular expressions.
  16. Perform basic file editing operations using vi.
  17. Create partitions and filesystems.
  18. Maintain the integrity of filesystems.
  19. Control mounting and unmounting of filesystems.
  20. Manage disk quotas.
  21. Manage file permissions and ownership.
  22. Create and change hard and symbolic links.
  23. Find system files and place files in the correct location.

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