The Official CompTIA® Linux+® courseware builds on your existing experience with systems operations and administration to provide you with the knowledge and skills required to configure, manage, operate, and troubleshoot a Linux environment by using security best practices, scripting, and automation. This course will also prepare you for the Exam XKO-004.
In this course, you will configure, operate, and troubleshoot Linux systems.
- You will:
- Perform basic Linux tasks.
- Manage users and groups.
- Manage permissions and ownership.
- Manage storage.
- Manage files and directories.
- Manage kernel modules.
- Manage the Linux boot process.
- Manage system components.
- Manage devices.
- Manage networking.
- Manage packages and software.
- Secure Linux systems.
- Write and execute Bash shell scripts.
- Automate tasks.
- Plan and perform a Linux installation.
1 – PERFORMING BASIC LINUX TASKS
- Topic A: Identify the History and Development of Linux
- Topic B: Enter Shell Commands
- Topic C: Get Help Using Linux
2 – MANAGING USERS AND GROUPS
- Topic A: Assume Superuser Privileges
- Topic B: Create, Modify, and Delete Users
- Topic C: Create, Modify, and Delete Groups
- Topic D: Query Users and Groups
- Topic E: Configure Account Profiles
3 – MANAGING PERMISSIONS AND OWNERSHIP
- Topic A: Modify File and Directory Permissions
- Topic B: Modify File and Directory Ownership
- Topic C: Configure Special Permissions and Attributes
- Topic D: Troubleshoot Permissions Issues
4 – MANAGING STORAGE
- Topic A: Create Partitions
- Topic B: Manage Logical Volumes
- Topic C: Mount File Systems
- Topic D: Manage File Systems
- Topic E: Navigate the Linux Directory Structure
- Topic F: Troubleshoot Storage Issues
5 – MANAGING FILES AND DIRECTORIES
- Topic A: Create and Edit Text Files
- Topic B: Search for Files
- Topic C: Perform Operations on Files and Directories
- Topic D: Process Text Files
- Topic E: Manipulate File Output
6 – MANAGING KERNEL MODULES
- Topic A: Explore the Linux Kernel
- Topic B: Install and Configure Kernel Modules
- Topic C: Monitor Kernel Modules
7 – MANAGING THE LINUX BOOT PROCESS
- Topic A: Configure Linux Boot Components
- Topic B: Configure GRUB 2
8 – MANAGING SYSTEM COMPONENTS
- Topic A: Configure Localization Options
- Topic B: Configure GUIs
- Topic C: Manage Services
- Topic D: Troubleshoot Process Issues
- Topic E: Troubleshoot CPU and Memory Issues
9 – MANAGING DEVICES
- Topic A: Identify the Types of Linux Devices
- Topic B: Configure Devices
- Topic C: Monitor Devices
- Topic D: Troubleshoot Hardware Issues
10 – MANAGING NETWORKING
- Topic A: Identify TCP/IP Fundamentals
- Topic B: Identify Linux Server Roles
- Topic C: Connect to a Network
- Topic D: Configure DHCP and DNS Client Services
- Topic E: Configure Cloud and Virtualization Technologies
- Topic F: Troubleshoot Networking Issues
11 – MANAGING PACKAGES AND SOFTWARE
- Topic A: Identify Package Managers
- Topic B: Manage RPM Packages with YUM
- Topic C: Manage Debian Packages with APT
- Topic D: Configure Repositories
- Topic E: Acquire Software
- Topic F: Build Software from Source Code
- Topic G: Troubleshoot Software Dependency Issues
12 – SECURING LINUX SYSTEMS
- Topic A: Implement Cybersecurity Best Practices
- Topic B: Implement Identity and Access Management Methods
- Topic C: Configure SELinux or AppArmor
- Topic D: Configure Firewalls
- Topic E: Implement Logging Services
- Topic F: Back Up, Restore, and Verify Data
13 – WORKING WITH BASH SCRIPTS
- Topic A: Customize the Bash Shell Environment
- Topic B: Identify Scripting and Programming Fundamentals
- Topic C: Write and Execute a Simple Bash Script
- Topic D: Incorporate Control Statements in Bash Scripts
14 – AUTOMATING TASKS
- Topic A: Schedule Jobs
- Topic B: Implement Version Control Using Git
- Topic C: Identify Orchestration Concepts
15 – INSTALLING LINUX
- Topic A: Prepare for Linux Installation
- Topic B: Perform the Installation