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Linux+ and LPIC-1 Guide to Linux Certification

Jason Eckert (triOS College)



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Course Technology Inc
16 April 2019
Eckert's LINUX+ and LPIC-1 GUIDE TO LINUX CERTIFICATION, 5th Edition, empowers you with the knowledge and skills you need to succeed on CompTIA's Linux + (XKO-004) certification exam and the Linux Professional Institute LPIC-1 (101-500 and 102-500) certification exams, as well as in your network administration career. The book covers the latest Linux distributions, virtualization, containerization and storage technologies. Comprehensive coverage also addresses key job-related networking and security services, including FTP, NFS, Samba, Apache, DNS, DHCP, NTP, Squid, Postfix, SSH, VNC, Spice, RDP, GPG, PostgreSQL and iptables/firewalld. Hands-on projects give you practice using both modern Linux distributions (Fedora' 28 and Ubuntu Server 18.04) and industry's legacy Linux distributions. And with MindTap's live virtual machine labs, you can explore various solutions in a safe, sandbox environment using real Cisco hardware and virtualized Linux operating systems.
By:   Jason Eckert (triOS College)
Imprint:   Course Technology Inc
Country of Publication:   United States
Edition:   5th edition
Dimensions:   Height: 230mm,  Width: 184mm,  Spine: 34mm
Weight:   1.451kg
ISBN:   9781337569798
ISBN 10:   1337569798
Pages:   768
Publication Date:   16 April 2019
Audience:   College/higher education ,  Primary
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Jason W. Eckert is an experienced technical trainer, consultant and bestselling author in the information technology industry. His diverse IT background and expertise include more than 40 IT certifications, three decades of IT and development experience, six published apps and 24 published textbooks covering such topics as UNIX, Linux (R), Apache, MySQL, Windows Server, Security, Microsoft Exchange, PowerShell, BlackBerry Enterprise Server and Video Game Development. In addition, he serves as the dean of technology at triOS College, where he continues to refine and improve college technology programs. For more information, visit

Reviews for Linux+ and LPIC-1 Guide to Linux Certification

In my history of teaching I have found that most students learn more from hands-on. The Live Virtual Machine Labs teach hands-on skills using powerful machines that can be used in any browser or computer. The virtual labs offer the student more opportunity to demonstrate the learned concept and ask questions if necessary. This visual representation only helps to cement the core concepts.

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