Training & Certifications


Linux has grown into an industry-leading software and service delivery platform that is used for everything from super computers and Web servers to virtualized systems and your Android phone. Linux professionals are high in demand: With CompTIA’s Linux+ Powered by LPI certification, you’ll acquire the fundamental skills and knowledge you need to successfully configure, manage and troubleshoot Linux systems.


At the end of the program, the participants will be able to :

  • Apply fundamental skills and knowledge of Linux
  • Configure Linux systems
  • Manage and troubleshoot Linux systems

The CompTIA Linux+ Certification is aimed for Linux Database Administrator, Junior Linux Administrator, Junior Network Administrator, and Web Administrator.


This program is 5 days of intensive training class.


It is recommended for CompTIA Linux+ candidates to have CompTIA A+, CompTIA Network+ and 12 months of Linux admin experience.


At the end of the program, the participants will be assessed with two exams, LX0-103 and LX0-104, which duration is 90 minutes each of CompTIA Cloud+ Exam.


CompTIA Linux+ Certification will be awarded upon successfully passing the exam from CompTIA.


  1. Introduction, Course Overview
  1. History, Open source movement
  2. Kernel + modules, libraries, applications
  3. Distributions
  4. Multiuser
  5. Multitasking
  1. Components
  2. Core
  3. CPU, RAM, Hard drive, Motherboard, PSU
  4. Peripheral
  5. Keyboard, Mouse, Monitor, Case, Video, Sound, Printer
  6. RAID arrays
  7. Backup media
  1. Process, methods, steps
  2. Installing student workstations
  1. Command line
    • The Big Loop
    • Metacharacters and Quoting
    • Basic commands
  2. Working directories and hierarchal relationships
  3. Environment
  4. Man pages
  5. Redirection
  6. Pipes
  1. File types and directories
  2. Standard hierarchy
  3. Ownership
  4. Permissions
  5. Links
  6. Editing files
  1. Structure
  2. Listing
  3. States
  4. Signals
  5. Jobs
  1. POST
  2. Boot loader
  3. Kernel
  4. Init and runlevels
  5. Daemons
  1. Users and Groups
  2. Backups
    • tar
    • Compression
  3. Troubleshooting
    • Logs
    • Top
    • Sysstat
  4. Performance Tuning
    • Benchmarks
  5. Kernel
  6. Modules
  7. Boot parameters
  8. Runtime parameters
  9. Filesystems
  10. Mounting/Unmounting
  11. Partitioning
  12. Formatting
  13. Checking
  14. Quotas
  15. Shell scripting
  16. Crond and atd
  17. Software installation
    • From packages
    • From source
  18. X Windows
  19. Printers
  1. Overview
    • IP addresses and networks, Routing, DNS
  2. Configuration
  3. Services
    • FTP, HTTP, POP3, IMAP, SSH, SMTP
  4. Troubleshooting

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