Cert Prep LPIC-1 Exam 102 (Version 5.0)

Cert Prep LPIC-1 Exam 102 (Version 5.0)
Cert Prep LPIC-1 Exam 102 (Version 5.0)

English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 5h 21m | 675 MB
eLearning | Skill level: Intermediate


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.

+ Table of Contents

1 Welcome
2 What you should know
3 About the LPIC 1 exam
4 Install CentOS 7
5 Centos 7 Lab setup
6 Set environment variables
7 Bash functions for frequent tasks
8 Bash aliases as shortcuts
9 Set command search path
10 Maintain skeleton directories
11 Introduction to Bash
12 What is a shell script
13 Execute compound commands
14 Use Command and Variable substitution
15 Conditional flow with if, then if
16 Conditional flow with case
17 Iterate with for loops
18 Iterate with while loops
19 Using return codes
20 Create a monitor script
21 X11 architecture
22 About desktop environments
23 Assistive technologies
24 Override specific aspects of Xorg configuration
25 About remote desktop protocols
26 Display applications on remote X servers
27 Add and removing users
28 Modify users
29 Manage groups
30 Manage special purpose and limited accounts
31 Awareness of shadow passwords
32 Change default password policies
33 Individual user account settings
34 Reccuring user jobs using cron
35 Reccuring system jobs using cron
36 Configure user access to cron and at services
37 Systemd timer units
38 Set the system date, time, and timezone
39 Configure locale settings and environment variables
40 Install and start chrony
41 Configure chrony server
42 Configure chrony client
43 Use cryonyc
44 Using ntpd for serving time
45 Locate and interpret system log files
46 Read the system journal
47 Configuration of logrotate
48 Filter journal data by criteria
49 Rsyslog actions
50 Clear old systemd journal data
51 Retrieve systemd journal data from a rescue system
52 About syslog, rsyslog, and syslog-ng
53 About email
54 How email works
55 Knowledge of common MTA programs
56 Install Postfix
57 Manage access to Postfix
58 Configure a local mail server
59 Create email aliases
60 Forward mail as a user
61 Configure local and remote printers with CUPS
62 Troubleshoot general printing problems
63 Manage user print jobs
64 About private and public dotted quad IP addresses
65 Network masks and CIDR notation
66 Common TCP and UDP ports and services
67 Differences and major features of UDP, TCP, and ICMP
68 Knowledge of the major differences between IPv4 and IPv6
69 Gather network information
70 Manual network interface configuration
71 Configure networking using Network Manager
72 Configure networking using the GUI
73 Awareness of systemd-networkd
74 About routing
75 View the routing table
76 Manually configure routing using iproute2
77 Debug problems associated with the network configuration
78 Query remote DNS servers
79 Configure local name resolution with remote DNS servers
80 Modify the order in which name resolution is done
81 Debug errors related to name resolution
82 About systemd-resolved
83 Use Nmap and netstat to audit network services
84 Set up limits on users
85 Determine which users have logged in
86 Basic sudo configuration and usage
87 Find suid sgid files
88 About TCP wrappers
89 Perform basic OpenSSH 2 client configuration
90 About OpenSSH 2 server host keys
91 Perform basic GnuPG configuration and revocation
92 Use GPG to encrypt, decrypt, sign, and verify files
93 SSH port tunnels
94 Taking the exam