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Cert Prep LPIC-1 Exam 102 (Version 5.0)

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Overview

Prepare to ace LPIC-1 exam 102, version 5.0. This course covers all of the exam objectives, from shells and shell scripting to networking fundamentals.

Earning the LPIC-1 certification—a distribution-neutral Linux certification—shows potential employers that you have the real-world skills needed to excel as a Linux administrator. In this course, Grant McWilliams covers what you need to know to ace LPIC-1 exam 102, version 5.0. Grant reviews topics that correspond to each exam objective. Learn about shells and shell scripting; managing user and group accounts; using cron and systemd timers to run jobs at regular intervals and at specific times; setting the system date, time, and time zone; locate and interpret system log files; perform basic network troubleshooting; and more. Plus, he provides tips and tricks for successfully taking the exam.

Syllabus

Introduction
  • Welcome
  • What you should know
  • About the LPIC 1 exam
  • Install CentOS 7
  • Centos 7 Lab setup
1. Customize and Use the Shell Environment
  • Set environment variables
  • Bash functions for frequent tasks
  • Bash aliases as shortcuts
  • Set command search path
  • Maintain skeleton directories
2. Write Simple Scripts
  • Introduction to Bash
  • What is a shell script?
  • Execute compound commands
  • Use Command and Variable substitution
  • Conditional flow with if, then if
  • Conditional flow with case
  • Iterate with for loops
  • Iterate with while loops
  • Using return codes
  • Create a monitor script
3. Install and Configure X11
  • X11 architecture
  • About desktop environments
  • Assistive technologies
  • Override specific aspects of Xorg configuration
  • About remote desktop protocols
  • Display applications on remote X servers
4. Manage User and Group Accounts
  • Add and removing users
  • Modify users
  • Manage groups
  • Manage special purpose and limited accounts
  • Awareness of shadow passwords
  • Change default password policies
  • Individual user account settings
5. Automate System Administration Tasks by Scheduling Jobs
  • Reccuring user jobs using cron
  • Reccuring system jobs using cron
  • Configure user access to cron and at services
  • Systemd timer units
6. Localization and System Time
  • Set the system date, time, and timezone
  • Configure locale settings and environment variables
  • Install and start chrony
  • Configure chrony server
  • Configure chrony client
  • Use cryonyc
  • Using ntpd for serving time
7. System Logging
  • Locate and interpret system log files
  • Read the system journal
  • Configuration of logrotate
  • Filter journal data by criteria
  • Rsyslog actions
  • Clear old systemd journal data
  • Retrieve systemd journal data from a rescue system
  • About syslog, rsyslog, and syslog-ng
8. Mail Transfer Agent (MTA) Basics
  • About email
  • How email works
  • Knowledge of common MTA programs
  • Install Postfix
  • Manage access to Postfix
  • Configure a local mail server
  • Create email aliases
  • Forward mail as a user
9. Manage Printers and Printing
  • Configure local and remote printers with CUPS
  • Troubleshoot general printing problems
  • Manage user print jobs
10. Fundamentals of Internet Protocols
  • About private and public "dotted quad" IP addresses
  • Network masks and CIDR notation
  • Common TCP and UDP ports and services
  • Differences and major features of UDP, TCP, and ICMP
  • Knowledge of the major differences between IPv4 and IPv6
11. Persistent Network Configuration
  • Gather network information
  • Manual network interface configuration
  • Configure networking using Network Manager
  • Configure networking using the GUI
  • Awareness of systemd-networkd
12. Basic Network Troubleshooting
  • About routing
  • View the routing table
  • Manually configure routing using iproute2
  • Debug problems associated with the network configuration
13. Configure Client-Side DNS
  • Query remote DNS servers
  • Configure local name resolution with remote DNS servers
  • Modify the order in which name resolution is done
  • Debug errors related to name resolution
  • About systemd-resolved
14. Perform Security Administration Tasks
  • Use Nmap and netstat to audit network services
  • Set up limits on users
  • Determine which users have logged in
  • Basic sudo configuration and usage
  • Find suid/sgid files
  • About TCP wrappers
15. Securing Data with Encryption
  • Perform basic OpenSSH 2 client configuration
  • About OpenSSH 2 server host keys
  • Perform basic GnuPG configuration and revocation
  • Use GPG to encrypt, decrypt, sign, and verify files
  • SSH port tunnels
Conclusion
  • Taking the exam

Taught by

Grant McWilliams

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