Lpic 1 : CompTIA® Linux / LPIC-1 Labs

Gain hands on expertise in CompTIA Linux+ and LPIC-1 exams with CompTIA® Linux+/LPIC-1 Cert Guide course and performance-based labs. Performance-based labs are versatile - labs simulate real-world, hardware, software & command line interface environments and can be mapped to any text-book, course & training. This course is designed in two parts, in the first part it focuses on concepts and basic command line usage which includes boot process and runlevels; package install and management; basic command line usage; and much more. The second part addresses the applications found in a typical Linux environment which includes logging and time services; networking fundamentals; system security; and much more.
CompTIA® Linux / LPIC-1 Labs


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Here's What You Get

Performance based lab

Hands on Activities

Installing Linux

  • Listing loaded kernel modules
  • Displaying PCI bus information
  • Viewing the IRQs
  • Setting devices to read only at boot time

Boot Process and Runlevels

  • Identifying mode of runlevels
  • Storing Linux bootloader
  • Storing configuration parameters
  • Identifying runlevels
  • Checking runlevel
  • Choosing runlevel for the reboot command
  • Displaying boot log
  • Displaying messages from the kernel ring buffer

Package Install and Management

  • Displaying the shared library
  • Dynamically linked libraries
  • Working with shared libraries
  • Removing a package with its configuration file
  • Reconfiguring installed Debian packages
  • Viewing dpkg configuration
  • Displaying information and removing the samba package
  • Converting an rpm package into the Debian package
  • Identifying the RPM utility
  • Listing, installing, and removing rpm packages
  • Installing packages by resolving dependencies
  • Upgrading and installing packages
  • Configuring yum
  • Displaying packages

Basic Command Line Usage

File Management

  • Maintaining backup of a hard disk
  • Listing files/directories
  • Verifying the working directory
  • Displaying the last part of a file
  • Compressing files using bzip command
  • Extracting an archive file

Text Processing/Advanced Command Line

  • Redirecting an output to a file
  • Removing duplicate lines
  • Performing reverse sort for a file
  • Printing a file

Process Management

  • Reporting virtual memory statistics
  • Listing processes
  • Displaying currently running processes
  • Listing all running screen processes

Editing Text

Partitions and Filesystems

  • Displaying information of processes
  • Storing information about mounted filesystems
  • Unmounting a filesystem
  • Checking and repairing Linux file systems
  • Running the fsck command
  • Setting up a Linux swap area
  • Extracting quota information
  • Checking user and group quotas
  • Enabling and disabling user quotas for filesystems

Permissions and Ownership

  • Listing contents of a directory
  • Making a script executable
  • Running an executable file with permissions
  • Searching SGID files
  • Modifying ownership of a file

Customizing Shell Environments

  • Displaying environment variable
  • Creating an environment variable
  • Displaying long file listing
  • Setting the variables

Shell Scripting

Basic SQL Management

  • Running MySQL

Configuring User Interfaces and Desktops

Managing Users and Groups

  • Identifying a directory name
  • Creating a user
  • Deleting a user account
  • Managing a group
  • Creating and deleting an account
  • Limiting user resources
  • Configuring password aging
  • Configuring a password

Schedule and Automate Tasks

Configuring Print and Email Services

Logging and Time Services

  • Setting the local date and time
  • Understanding system logging and kernel message trapping
  • Managing log files

Networking Fundamentals

  • Mapping port numbers and protocols
  • Adding a default gateway
  • Configuring the routing table
  • Tracing an IPv6 path
  • Pinging to the IPv6 host
  • Displaying information regarding traffic
  • Displaying sockets

System Security

Final Preparation

Exam Information

LPIC-1 exam provides first level of certification in the LPI’s multi-level Linux professional certification program. LPIC-1 exams (101 and 102) is required to obtain the LPIC level 1 certification.

LPIC-1 101-400: This exam validates the expertise and technical knowledge required for Linux installation and package management; system architecture; GNU and Unix commands devices; Linux filesystems; and filesystem hierarchy standard. LPIC-1 102-400: This exam validates the expertise and technical knowledge required for shell programming & scripting and data management; user interfaces and desktops; administrative tasks; essential system services; networking fundamentals; and security.

Prepare for the following certification

Exam FAQs
What are the prerequisites for this exam?
While there are no official prerequisites for the exam, LPI recommends candidates to have twelve months of Linux administration experience along with CompTIA A+ and CompTIA Network+ certifications.
What is the exam registration fee?
USD 200 for each exam.

Pricing and taxes may vary from country to country.

Where do I take the exam?
What is the format of the exam?
Multiple choice and fill in the blanks.
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?

(on a scale of 200-800)


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