LX0-103 : Linux+ Powered by LPI - Exam 1 (Course & Lab)

Linux+ Powered by LPI - Exam 1 (Course & Lab)
Includes:
10+ Videos
106+ Test Perpkits
60+ Labs
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Kick start your prep for CompTIA Linux+ certification exam with CompTIA Linux+ Powered by LPI-Exam1 course and labs. The course is a complete package of interactive lessons and 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. The course provides you the foundational skills and knowledge of Linux system administration. The course covers the exam objectives that includes Linux command line, basic maintenance, installing and configuring workstations and networks.

Here's what you will get

CompTIA Linux+ certification is a widely recognized vendor-neutral credential. Linux+ is comprised of two exams LX0-103 and LX0-104. The exam validates your expertise in system architecture; GNU and Unix commands; linux installation, and package management; devices, linux filesystems, filesystem hierarchy standard. This exam can prove to be your stepping stone for higher goals.

Lessons
Lessons
5+
Exercises
71+
Quizzes
106+
Flashcards
214+
Glossary of terms
214+
TestPrep
Pre-assessment Questions
60+
Full Length Tests
4+
Post-Assessment Questions
60+
Lab
Performance based lab
60+
Live Lab (Add-on Component)

Videos and How To..

uCertify course includes videos to help understand concepts. It also includes How Tos that help learners with how to accomplish certain tasks.

Video Lessons
Videos
10+
Hours
02:01+
Exam FAQs
What are the prerequisites for this exam? While there are no official prerequisites for the LX0-103 exam, both CompTIA and uCertify strongly recommend candidates should have CompTIA A+, CompTIA Network+ and 12 months of Linux admin experience.
What is the exam registration fee? USD 200
Where do I take the exam? Pearson VUE
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?

Retake Policy for CompTIA LX0-103 exam is:

  • If a Candidate has passed an exam (or multiple exams) and achieved a certification, he/she cannot take the exam again, using the same exam code, without prior consent from CompTIA.
  • CompTIA beta examinations may only be taken one time by each candidate.
  • A test found to be in violation of the retake policy will be invalidated and the candidate may be subject to a suspension period. Repeat violators will be permanently banned from participation in the CompTIA Certification Program.
  • Candidates must pay the exam price each time they attempt the exam. CompTIA does not offer any free re-tests or discounts on retakes.
What is the validity of the certification? CompTIA Linux+ certification are valid for three years from the date the candidate is certified, after which the certification holder will need to renew their certification via CompTIA's Continuing Education Program.
Where can I find more information about this exam? To know more about the LX0-103-complete, click here.
Which certification covers this exam?
What are the career opportunities after passing this exam?
  • Web Administrator
  • Junior Linux Administrator
  • Junior Network Administrator
  • Linux Database Administrator

Here's what you will learn

  • Understanding Command-Line Basics
  • Using Streams, Redirection, and Pipes
  • Processing Text Using Filters
  • Using Regular Expressions
  • Summary
  • Exam Essentials
  • Package Concepts
  • Using RPM
  • Using Debian Packages
  • Converting between Package Formats
  • Package Dependencies and Conflicts
  • Managing Shared Libraries
  • Managing Processes
  • Summary
  • Exam Essentials
  • Configuring the Firmware and Core Hardware
  • Configuring Expansion Cards
  • Configuring USB Devices
  • Configuring Hard Disks
  • Designing a Hard Disk Layout
  • Creating Partitions and Filesystems
  • Maintaining Filesystem Health
  • Mounting and Unmounting Filesystems
  • Summary
  • Exam Essentials
  • Using File Management Commands
  • Managing File Ownership
  • Controlling Access to Files
  • Managing Disk Quotas
  • Locating Files
  • Summary
  • Exam Essentials
  • Installing Boot Loaders
  • Understanding the Boot Process
  • The Initialization Process
  • Using the SysV Initialization Process
  • Using the systemd Initialization Process
  • Using the Upstart Initialization Process
  • Editing Files with vi
  • Summary
  • Exam Essentials

Hands on Activities (Labs)

  • Verifying the working directory
  • Creating an environment variable
  • Redirecting an output to a file
  • Printing a file
  • Performing reverse sort for a file
  • Removing duplicate lines
  • Displaying packages
  • Identifying the RPM utility
  • Listing, installing, and removing rpm packages
  • Installing packages by resolving dependencies
  • Upgrading and installing packages
  • Configuring yum
  • 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
  • Working with shared libraries
  • Displaying the shared library
  • Dynamically linked libraries
  • Getting information about processor
  • Listing processes
  • Listing all running screen processes
  • Reporting virtual memory statistics
  • Displaying currently running processes
  • Viewing the IRQs
  • Displaying PCI bus information
  • Listing loaded kernel modules
  • Removing a kernel module
  • Displaying hardware information
  • Dumping the physical USB device hierarchy
  • Setting up a Linux swap area
  • Running the fsck command
  • Checking and repairing Linux file systems
  • Unmounting a filesystem
  • Storing information about mounted filesystems
  • Listing files/directories
  • Maintaining backup of a hard disk
  • Extracting an archive file
  • Compressing files using bzip command
  • 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
  • Enabling and disabling user quotas for filesystems
  • Checking user and group quotas
  • Extracting quota information
  • Displaying the last part of a file
  • Storing Linux bootloader
  • Setting devices to read only at boot time
  • Functioning of Linux Loader
  • Displaying messages from the kernel ring buffer
  • Displaying boot log
  • Choosing runlevel for the reboot command
  • Identifying mode of runlevels
  • Identifying runlevels
  • Storing configuration parameters
  • Checking runlevel

Hands on Activities (Live Labs)

  • Verifying the working directory
  • Creating an environment variable
  • Redirecting an output to a file
  • Printing a file
  • Performing reverse sort for a file
  • Removing duplicate lines
  • Displaying packages
  • Identifying the RPM utility
  • Listing, installing, and removing rpm packages
  • Installing packages by resolving dependencies
  • Upgrading and installing packages
  • Configuring yum
  • 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
  • Working with shared libraries
  • Displaying the shared library
  • Dynamically linked libraries
  • Getting information about processor
  • Listing processes
  • Listing all running screen processes
  • Reporting virtual memory statistics
  • Displaying currently running processes
  • Viewing the IRQs
  • Displaying PCI bus information
  • Listing loaded kernel modules
  • Removing a kernel module
  • Displaying hardware information
  • Dumping the physical USB device hierarchy
  • Setting up a Linux swap area
  • Running the fsck command
  • Checking and repairing Linux file systems
  • Unmounting a filesystem
  • Storing information about mounted filesystems
  • Listing files/directories
  • Maintaining backup of a hard disk
  • Extracting an archive file
  • Compressing files using bzip command
  • 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
  • Enabling and disabling user quotas for filesystems
  • Checking user and group quotas
  • Extracting quota information
  • Displaying the last part of a file
  • Storing Linux bootloader
  • Setting devices to read only at boot time
  • Functioning of Linux Loader
  • Displaying messages from the kernel ring buffer
  • Displaying boot log
  • Choosing runlevel for the reboot command
  • Identifying mode of runlevels
  • Identifying runlevels
  • Storing configuration parameters
  • Checking runlevel