Those responsible for the design, support and maintenance of new and existing Linux systems benefit from this course.
About this Course
CompTIA Linux+ covers common tasks in major distributions of Linux, including the Linux command line, basic maintenance, installing and configuring workstations, and networking. Linux+ is comprised of two exams – LX0-103 and LX0-104. Candidates must pass LX0-103 before taking LX0-104.
2KO Africa runs accredited computer courses in various African territories, and also supplies authorised online computer training.
Course Contents LX0-103
1. System Architecture
• Determine and Configure hardware settings
• Boot the System
• Change runlevels / boot targets and shutdown or reboot system
2. Linux Installation and Package Management
• Design hard disk layout.
• Install a boot manager.
• Manage shared libraries.
• Use Debian package management.
• Use RPM and YUM package management.
3. GNU and Unix Commands
• Work on the command line.
• Process text streams using filters.
• Perform basic file management.
• Use streams, pipes and redirects.
• Create, monitor and kill processes.
• Modify process execution priorities.
• Search text files using regular expressions.
• Perform basic file editing operations using vi.
4. Devices, Linux Filesystems, Filesystem Hierarchy Standard
• Create partitions and filesystems.
• Maintain the integrity of filesystems.
• Control mounting and unmounting of filesystems .
• Manage disk quotas.
• Manage file permissions and ownership.
• Create and change hard and symbolic links.
• Find system files and place files in the correct location.
LX0-104 5. Shells, Scripting and Data Management
• Customize and use the shell environment.
• Customize or write simple scripts.
• SQL data management
6. User Interfaces and Desktops
• Install and configure X11.
• Setup a display manager.
7. Administrative Tasks
• Manage user and group accounts and related system files.
• Automate system administration tasks by scheduling jobs.
• Localisation and internationalisation.
8. Essential System Services
• Maintain system time.
• System logging
• Mail Transfer Agent (MTA) basics.
• Manage printers and printing.
9. Networking Fundamentals
• Fundamentals of internet protocols.
• Basic network configuration
• Basic network troubleshooting.
• Configure client side DNS.
• Perform security administration tasks.
• Setup host security.
• Securing data with encryption.
How to enroll for the course
• Before enrolling for the course you should have the following information ready:
o Date you wish to attend the course
o Payment method – how you will be paying
o An understanding of the costs of the total package
• You can call us on our office number (see our web site contact page on www.2ko.co.za) and request a booking telephonically
• You can book by email – simply send us an email with your name, the date and how you would like to pay. We will send you an invoice and upon payment your place is secure
o Request a credit card payment. We do accept credit card payments.
Frequently Asked Questions Where do you train the course?
We train the course at our Bo-kaap training centre in Cape Town, South Africa.
What other branches do you have in SA or in the world?
We only train in Cape Town.
What books do I get with this course?
You will receive a course text book which you can take away with you to keep after the course.
How long will it take me to get certified?
We recommend that students take at least one to two weeks for exam preparation for every module they do. It is unusual for students to be able to take the exam in the same week they do the course.
Does the price include the official exam?
No, the exam is not included in the price. Exam prices vary from centre to centre.
About the Exam
The exams are done at any authorised testing centre such as 2KO. You can find a list of exam centres close to you by going to www.vue.com.
The exam is a multiple test, on computer at an authorised testy centre. The results are made known immediately. If you fail the test, you must book it again at a future date and will pay again.
Included in your course fees
• Tuition fees
• Breakfast and lunch on course days
• Teas and coffees
• Attendance certificate
The successful junior level Linux administrator should be able to:
• Work at the Linux command line;
• Perform easy maintenance tasks including assisting users, adding users to a larger system, executing backup & restore, shutdown & reboot;
• Install and configure a workstation (including X) and connect it to a LAN, or a stand-alone PC via modem to the Internet.