LPIC-1 Study Guide, 2nd Edition

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by Rod Smith, rodsmith@rodsbooks.com

Last Revision: 8/9/09

About the Book

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The LPIC-1 Linux+ Study Guide is a textbook designed to help candidates pass the Linux Professional Institute's level 1 (101 and 102) certification exam. This exam is an entry-level Linux certification, so the book is an entry-level text on Linux use and administration. In addition to helping you pass the Linux+ exam, the book should prove to be a useful reference for many general Linux tasks. I also maintain a separate Web page on this book. The 2nd edition covers the 2009 version of the exam. The first edition of the book covered an earlier version of the LPIC-1 exam. Approximate page count: 544 (2nd edition); 580 (1st edition).

Here's a list of the book's chapters:

  1. Exploring Linux Command-Line Tools
  2. Managing Software
  3. Configuring Hardware
  4. Managing Files
  5. Booting Linux and Editing Files
  6. Configuring the X Window System, Localization, and Printing
  7. Administering the System
  8. Configuring Basic Networking
  9. Writing Scripts, Configuring E-Mail, and Using Databases
  10. Securing Your System

Chapters 1-5 cover the LPIC 101 exam and Chapters 6-10 cover the LPIC 102 exam.

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