Start your prep for LPIC-1 Linux LPI certification with Linux Server Professional Certification V4.0 course and performance-based labs. Performance-based labs simulate real-world, hardware, software & command line interface environments and can be mapped to any textbook, course & training. The course covers all the objectives of the LPIC-1 101-400 exam and includes topics such as exploring Linux command-line tools, managing software, configuring hardware, managing files, and much more. The course and labs offer hands-on experience with the real world scenarios in the areas that are required for passing the LPIC-1 101-400 certification exam.

Linux LPI certification 101-400 LPIC 1 Exam - uCertify

The Linux LPI certification course trains you in the areas such as:

  • Understanding the architecture of a Linux system
  • Installing and maintaining a Linux workstation, including X11 and set it up as a network client
  • Working at the Linux command line, including common GNU and Unix commands
  • Handling files and access permissions as well as system security
  • Performing easy maintenance tasks like helping users, adding users to a larger system, backup and restore, shutdown and reboot

The 101-400 course comes with the following resources:

  • 5+ Lessons
  • 71+ Exercises
  • 106+ Quizzes
  • 214+ Flashcards
  • 4+ Full-length Tests
  • 60+ Pre-assessments
  • 60+ Post assessments
  • 60+ Performance-based Labs
  • 44+ Live Labs

About Exam

The Linux Server Professional Certification comprises two exams: 101-400 and 102-400. The exam is designed for IT professionals using the Linux operating system and associated tools. Linux LPI certification follows the Linux Standard Base and other relevant standards and conventions. The Linux LPI certification does not endorse any third-party exam preparation material or techniques in particular. LPIC-1 101-400 exam validates expertise in performing maintenance tasks with the command line, installing & configuring a computer running Linux and configuring basic networking.

The Linux LPI certification offers career prospects in the IT fields like:

  • Linux Developer
  • Linux Administrator
  • System Administrator

Enroll in the uCertify Linux LPI certification course and labs for passing the LPIC-1 101-400 certification exam in your first attempt.

 

CALIFORNIA, November 16, 2013- LPI has released its latest exam 117-300 Senior Level Mixed Environment. The two exams- 117-301 and 117-302 has been merged into one exam 117-300.

What’s cover in 300 Exam?

The LPI-300 exam replaces both the exams and also provides the designation of LPIC-3 Mixed Environment. LPI-300 exam is available from Oct 1, 2013 and has given freedom to candidate to take any one of the exam from 300 series to attain LPI-3 certification. Candidates must have LPIC-2 certification to achieve LPIC-3 certification. Candidates can take LPIC-2 exams in any order and any one exam from LPIC-3 exams to gain LPIC-3 certification. Passing any one exam as 300(replaces 301 and 302), 303 or 304 is the essential requirement for this certification.

Candidates should have experience for using LDAP to integrate with Unix services and Windows services, including Samba, PAM, NSS, Active Directory.

LPI certification exams 301 and 302 are slated to retire by this year-end. Professionals willing to take this certification should register before 31st December, 2013 as after the specified retirement date, the certification will no longer be valid.

uCertify provides test prep for 117-301 and 117-302 exams. Candidates who have already scheduled their 301 and 302 exams,  can buy uCertify Test Prep and pass their exam before December 31, 2013. To buy the test prep, candidates can visit:

https://www.ucertify.com/cart/?buy=117-301

https://www.ucertify.com/cart/?buy=117-302

uCertify is going to release Test Prep for LPI 117-300 exam very soon!

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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