Posted in Certification, Linux

Linux Professional Institute Level 2

  • Files & Filesystems
    • Design Hard Disk Layout
    • Perform Basic File Management
    • Create Partitions & Filesystems
    • Maintain the Integrity of Filesystems
    • Mounting & Unmounting Filesystems
    • Managing Disk Quota
    • Use Permissions to Control Access to Files pt. 1
    • Use Permissions to Control Access to Files pt. 2
    • Manage File Ownership
    • Create Hard & Symbolic Links
    • File Location
    • Operating the Linux Filesystem
    • Maintaining a Linux Filesystem
    • Creating & Configuring Filesystem Options
    • Configuring RAID
  • Text & Documentation
    • Process Text Streams Using Filters
    • Search Text Files Using Regular Expressions pt. 1
    • Search Text Files Using Regular Expressions pt. 2
    • Perform Basic File Editing Operations Using vi
    • Use & Manage Local System Documentation
    • Find Linux Documentation on the Internet
    • Notify Users On System Related Issues
  • Shell
    • Work on the Command Line
    • Customize & Use the Shell Environment
    • Customize or Write Simple Scripts
    • Automating Tasks Using Scripts
    • Set Up Secure Shell (OpenSSH)
  • Devices
    • Configure Fundamental BIOS Settings
    • Configure Modem & Sound Card
    • Set Up Non-IDE Devices
    • Set Up Different PC Expansion Cards
    • Configure USB Devices
    • Adding New Hardware
    • Configuring PCMCIA Devices
    • Configuring a Samba Server
    • Configuring an NFS Server
  • The System & the Kernel
    • Install a Boot Manager
    • Boot the System
    • Runlevel/Shutdown/Reboot
    • Identifying Boot Stages
    • Troubleshooting Bootloaders
    • Manage/Query Kernel & Modules
    • Reconfigure/Build/Install New Kernel
    • Kernel Components
    • Compiling a Kernel
    • Patching a Kernel
    • Customizing a Kernel
    • Software & Kernel Configuration
  • Programs
    • Make & Install Programs From Source
    • Manage Shared Libraries
    • Use Streams/Pipes & Redirects
    • Modify Process Execution Priorities
    • Create/Monitor/Kill Processes
    • Use Debian Package Management
    • Use the Red Hat Package Manager
    • Packaging Software
  • X
    • Install & Configure X11
    • Set Up a Display Manager
    • Install/Customize Window Manager
  • Printers
    • Print Files
    • Manage Printers & Print Queues
    • Install & Configure Printers
  • Administration Tasks
    • System Logging
    • Using System Log Files
    • Manage Users & Group Accounts
    • User & System Environment Variables
    • Schedule Automatic Administration Tasks
    • Maintain an Effective Backup Strategy
    • Maintain System Time
    • Perform Security Administration Tasks
    • Customize Startup & Boot
    • System Recovery
    • General Troubleshooting
    • Troubleshooting System Resources
  • Safety & Security
    • Backup Operations
    • Creating Recovery Disks
    • Setup User Level Security
  • Networking Part I
    • Configure Communication Devices
    • Fundamentals of TCP/IP
    • TCP/IP Configuration & Troubleshooting
    • Configure Linux as a PPP Client
    • Configure inetd/xinetd Services
    • Mail Transfer Agent
    • Apache
    • NFS & SAMBA Daemons
    • Configure Basic DNS Services
    • Setup Host Security
  • Networking Part II
    • Basic Network Configuration
    • Advanced Network Operation
    • Configuring Mailing Lists
    • Using Email Servers
    • Managing Mail Traffic
    • Serving News
    • Basic DNS Server Configuration
    • Create & Maintain DNS Zones
    • Securing a DNS Server
    • Implementing a Web Server
    • Maintaining a Web Server
    • Implementing a Proxy Server
    • DHCP Configuration
    • NIS Configuration
    • LDAP Configuration
    • PAM Authentication
    • Configuring a Router
    • Securing FTP Servers
    • A Secure Shell
    • TCP Wrappers
    • Security Tasks

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