Detailsuche

Adam Haeder / Stephen Addison Schneiter / Bruno Gomes Pessanha

LPI Linux Certification in a Nutshell

2010. Buch. 520 S.
O'Reilly ISBN 978-0-596-80487-9
In englischer Sprache
Linux deployment continues to increase, and so does the demand for qualified and certified Linux system administrators. If you're seeking a job-based certification from the Linux Professional Institute (LPI), this updated guide will help you prepare for the technically challenging LPIC Level 1 Exams 101 and 102


The third edition of this book is a meticulously researched reference to these exams, written by trainers who work closely with LPI. You'll find an overview of each exam, a summary of the core skills you need, review questions and exercises, as well as a study guide, a practice test, and hints to help you focus


Major topics include


* Critical GNU and Unix command

* Linux installation and package managemen

* Devices and filesystem

* Text editing, processing, and printin

* The X Window Syste

* Networking and securit

* Mail transfer agent

* Email, FTP, and web service


These exams are for junior to mid-level Linux administrators with about two years of practical system administration experience. You should be comfortable with Linux at the command line and capable of performing simple tasks, including system installation and troubleshooting.
Versandkostenfrei
lieferbar (3-5 Tage)
41,00 €
inkl. MwSt.
Webcode: beck-shop.de/btbpk
Von: link iconAdam Haeder, Adam Haeder's responsibilities include management of the IT department and all related technology ventures. He has been the lead instructor in AIM's Cisco Regional Networking Academy and is the Vice President of the Omaha Linux Users Group. Adam has written books about the IT job market and Linux certification. He serves on the technology advisory councils of Omaha Public Schools, Millard Public Schools, the University of Nebraska Lincoln and Omaha campuses, and the Linux Professional Institute. Adam has, link iconStephen Addison Schneiter, link iconBruno Gomes Pessanha, link iconJames Stanger