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Linux+ Guide to Linux Certificatioin, 3rd Editionby Jason W. Eckert
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LINUX+ GUIDE TO LINUX CERTIFICATION, THIRD EDITION offers the most up-to-date information to empower users to successfully pass CompTIA's Linux+ (Powered by LPI) Certification exam, while maintaining a focus on quality, classroom usability, and real-world experience. This complete guide provides not only the conceptual knowledge, but also the hands-on skills necessary to work with the Linux operation systems in a network administration environment. Comprehensive coverage includes updated information pertinent to the latest Linux distributions, as well as new storage technologies such as LVM and ext4. Readers will learn about new and expanded material on key job-related networking services including FTP, NFS, Samba, Apache, DNS, DHCP, NTP, RADIUS, LDAP, Squid, Sendmail, Postfix, X, SSH, VNC, SQL, and updated information on security practices and technologies. The Hands-On Projects help learners practice new skills, and review questions and key terms reinforce important concepts.
Linux+ Guide to Linux Certification, Second Edition offers the most up-to-date information which empowers students to successfully pass CompTIA's Linux+ Certification exam.
About the Author
Jason Eckert is an experienced T&T author. He has adapted the first 3 T&T/Novell texts for the academic market. A graduate of the University of Waterloo, Jason has 13 years of experience as a UNIX administrator and software developer, mainly in large batch-scientific computing environments. He currently teaches at triOS College and holds 12 different UNIX and Linux certifications. He has authored or co-authored several texts for TnT, including Linux+ Guide to Linux Networking and MCSE Guide to Managing a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Network.A graduate of McMaster University, M. John Schitka is a former instructor at triOS College. Initially teaching NT4 technologies, he currently conducts courses on Windows 2000, UNIX, Linux, and more.
Table of Contents
INTRODUCTION. 1: Introduction to Linux. 2: Linux Installation and Usage. 3: Exploring Linux Filesystems. 4: Linux Filesystem Management. 5: Linux Filesystem Administration. 6: Advanced Installation. 7: Working with the BASH Shell. 8: System Initialization and X Windows. 9: Managing Linux Processes. 10: Common Administrative Tasks. 11: Compression, System Backup, and Software Installation. 12: Network Configuration. 13: Configuring Network Services. 14: Troubleshooting, Performance, and Security. APPENDIX A: Certification. APPENDIX B: GNU General Public License. APPENDIX C: Finding Linux Resources on the Internet. GLOSSARY. INDEX.
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