CompTIA's Linux+ certification is a vendor-neutral certification exam designed to ensure proficiency and knowledge required for junior Linux administrators, systems administrator, Linux database administrator, web administrator, and junior network administrator to install and configure a workstation and connect it to a LAN/a stand-alone PC via modem to the Internet; perform easy maintenance tasks such as adding users to a massive system, assisting users, shutdown and reboot, executing backup and restore; work at the Linux command line. To become Linux+ certified candidate have to pass two exams: LX0-103 and LX0-104 exam.
LX0-103 exam objectives
GNU and Unix commands
Linux installation and package management
Devices, Linux Filesystems, filesystem hierarchy standard
LX0-104 exam objectives
Essential System Services
User Interfaces and Desktops
Shells, Scripting and Data Management
CompTIA Linux+ training program certifies aptitude and proficiency in the areas of network administration, system administration, and Web administration. uCertify providesCompTIA Linux+ study guides for LX0-103 and LX0-104 exam.
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