LPIC-1 Performance based Lab

LPIC-1-lab
LPIC-1 Performance based Lab
ISBN : 978-1-61691-282-6
Gain hands-on expertise in CompTIA Linux+ certification exam by LPIC-1 performance based labs. Performance based labs simulate real-world, hardware, software & command line interface environments and can be mapped to any text-book, course & training. CompTIA Linux+ is a vendor neutral credential is designed IT professionals to install and configure a workstation, connect it to a LAN, or a standalone PC to the Internet and perform easy maintenance tasks like add users to a larger system, backup and restore, shutdown and reboot.

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Here's What You Get

Hands on Activities

System Architecture

  • Displaying hardware information
  • Viewing the IRQs
  • Listing loaded kernel modules
  • Removing a kernel module
  • Adding a kernel module
  • Displaying boot log
  • Checking the current runlevel
  • Identifying processes
  • Identifying mode of runlevels
  • Choosing runlevel for the reboot command
  • Checking runlevel

Linux Installation and Package Management

  • Unmounting a filesystem
  • Working with shared libraries
  • Storing Linux bootloader
  • Storing GRUB configuration details
  • Setting devices to read only at boot time
  • Functioning of Linux Loader
  • Displaying the shared library
  • Dynamically linked libraries
  • Searching shared libraries
  • Removing a package with its configuration file
  • Reconfiguring installed Debian packages
  • Viewing dpkg configuration
  • Managing operations over packages
  • Converting non-Debian to Debian packages
  • Displaying packages
  • Identifying the RPM utility
  • Displaying information and removing the samba package
  • Listing, installing, and removing rpm packages
  • Installing packages by resolving dependencies
  • Converting an rpm package into the Debian package
  • Upgrading and installing packages
  • Downloading an rpm package
  • Configuring yum

GNU and Unix Commands

  • Verifying the working directory
  • Creating an environment variable
  • Printing a file
  • Performing reverse sort for a file
  • Removing duplicate lines
  • Listing files/directories
  • Working with directory
  • Redirecting an output to a file

Devices, Linux Filesystems, Filesystem Hierarchy Standard

  • Running the fsck command
  • Checking and repairing Linux file systems
  • Mounting and unmounting filesystems
  • Storing information about mounted filesystems
  • Enabling and disabling user quotas for filesystems
  • Checking user and group quotas
  • Extracting quota information
  • Setting up a Linux swap area
  • Modifying ownership of a file
  • Checking the file permission of a file
  • Running an executable file with permissions
  • Changing file attributes
  • Making a script executable
  • Listing contents of a directory
  • Displaying the last part of a file

Shells, Scripting, and Data Management

  • Displaying environment variable
  • Running MySQL

User Interfaces and Desktops

  • Starting an X session

Administrative Tasks

  • Creating and deleting an account
  • Managing a group
  • Verifying a user account
  • Creating a user
  • Configuring a password
  • Identifying a directory name
  • Deleting a user account
  • Creating a group
  • Listing user's jobs
  • Displaying long file listing
  • Identifying the locales
  • Setting the variables

Essential System Services

  • Setting the local date and time
  • Managing log files
  • Understanding system logging and kernel message trapping
  • Sending a mail
  • Limiting mail queue processing
  • Removing print jobs

Networking Fundamentals

  • Mapping port numbers and protocols
  • Communicating with the upper layers of the OSI model
  • Identifying a layer name
  • Displaying sockets
  • Checking Internet connectivity
  • Adding a default gateway
  • Working with local Ethernet connection
  • Displaying the routing table entries
  • Configuring the routing table
  • Displaying information regarding traffic

Security

  • Identifying TCP/IP and UDP ports
  • Supporting FTP bounce scan
  • Searching SGID files
  • Limiting user resources
  • Configuring password aging
  • Enabling the GPG public key

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Exam Information

The LPIC 1 Lab is based on the combined objectives of 117-101 and 117-102 exams. These exams are a required part of LPI's Junior Level Linux Certification. The exam audience includes IT professionals using the Linux operating system and its associated tools.

Career Prospects
  • Linux Database Administrator
  • Web Administrator
  • JuniorNetwork Administrator
  • Junior Linux Administrator
Exam FAQs
What is the exam registration fee?
USD 173
Where do I take the exam?

The 117-101 and 117-102 exams are administered by Prometric and Pearson VUE at testing centers worldwide.

  • For Pearson VUE: Click here to find a testing center near you.
  • For Prometric: Click here to find a testing center near you.

You must provide your LPI ID to the test centers when registering for an exam. If you do not provide your LPI ID, your exam may not get loaded. You can register for an LPI ID fromhere.

What is the format of the exam?
The exam consists of multiple-choice questions.
What are the pre-requisites of the exam?
There are no official prerequisites to take the LPIC-1 certification.
How many questions are asked in the exam?
The exam contains 60 questions.
What is the duration of the exam?
90 minutes
What is the passing score?
500

(on a scale of 200-800)

What is the exam's retake policy?

In the event that you fail your first attempt at passing the LPIC-1 certification exams, LPI's retake policy is:

  • You must wait one week before re-taking the exam.
  • If you fail your 117-202 exam in the second attempt, you must wait for 30 days before re-taking the exam.
  • If you have already passed an LPI exam, you can not retake that exam for at least two years.
What is the validity of the certification?
Junior Level Linux Certification expires 5 years from date of issue, after which the certification holder will need to renew their certification. LPI highly recommends the re-certification after two years from the date of the certification designation to retain a current certification status. Click here for more information.
Where can I find more information about this exam?
To know more about the LPIC-1-lab, click here.
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