uCertify offers LPIC-1 Complete course for LPI LPIC-1 Certification exam. The course contains interactive lessons and performance-based labs and live-labs. Performance-based labs simulate real-world, hardware, software & command line interface environments and can be mapped to any textbook, course & training.  Live-labs are the unique feature that provides autograding. The course and labs offer complete coverage of LPIC-1 exam objectives and offer hands-on experience of the real world scenarios. The course and labs provide skills necessary to install, operate, and troubleshoot a Linux system and is familiar with Linux-specific concepts and basic hardware. The course can be helpful for LX0-103 & LX0-104 exams. The course and labs cover the exam topics including:

  • Managing Files
  • System Security
  • Managing Software
  • Configuring Hardware
  • Administering the System
  • Configuring Basic Networking
  • Booting Linux and Editing Files
  • Writing Scripts, Configuring Email, and using Database
  • Configuring the Windows X System, Localization, and Printing

The course and labs offer following learning resources:

  • 12+ Lessons
  • 180+ Quizzes
  • 82+ Live-labs
  • 200+ Exercises
  • 382+ Flashcards
  • 8+ Full-length Tests
  • 30+ Pre-assessments
  • 60+ Post assessments
  • 90+ Performance-based Labs

About The Exam

The certification is targeted at IT professionals using the Linux operating system and its associated tools. The exam topics includes system architecture; Linux installation and package management; shells; scripting and data management interfaces and desktops; and much more. There is 20% increase in pay for the LPIC-1 certified Linux professional. The certification offers career prospect in the fields like:

  • Web Administrator
  • Junior Linux Administrator
  • Junior Network Administrator
  • Linux Database Administrator

For getting the certification you must pass both 101 & 102 exams. The certification can prove to be a stepping stone in your career because of the demand for Linux Server professionals in increasing exponentially. So, start your journey of becoming a Linux Server professional today with uCertify

 

 

Installation

  • Fiber-optic cables use optical fibers to carry digital data signals in the form of modulated pulses of light.
  • Enhanced Capabilities Port (ECP) is a high-speed parallel port developed by Hewlett-Packard and Microsoft in 1992. It offers improved performance for the parallel port and requires special hardware logic. ECP ports support high throughput communications.
  • It is recommended to verify the hardware on the Linux hardware compatibility list before installing the operating system on a computer.
  • The BNC connectors are required to join the network interface card in the computer with the coaxial network cable.
  • Before installing Linux on a new computer, it is recommended to verify that each device is listed in the Hardware Compatibility List (HCL).
  • An Error Correcting Code (ECC) memory module detects and corrects single-bit errors in memory.
  • To get a glimpse of the CompTIA Linux+ certification PrepKit, you can download its free demo version (which contains 15 free practice questions) from uCertify’s web site. Click the link below:

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