Linux Professional Institute Study Guide (LIC-1)

LPIC-1 Study plans 1

LPIC-1 Linux Professional Institute Certification Study Guide: Exam 101-400 and Exam 102-400, 4th Edition
Christine Bresnahan, Richard Blum
ISBN: 978-1-119-02118-6

As we are now well into the month of September, the month that traditionally all students start or get back to their academic new year, with months of studying ahead of themselves, it must be time to make some of my own plans.

As the aim of this blog is to document my computer and I.T. related studies, I am returning here in order to note all the areas I will be covering and to let this blog act as an area of reference for the future.

In order to make a start, I ordered and recently received the Linux study guide below, published by SYBEC :

“LPIC-1 Linux Professional Institute Certification Study Guide: Exam 101-400 and Exam 102-400, 4th Edition
Christine Bresnahan, Richard Blum
ISBN: 978-1-119-02118-6”

This book covers the following areas as follows :

Table of Contents
Introduction xix
Assessment Test xxxvii
Answers to the Assessment Test xliv

Part I Exam 101-400 1

Chapter 1 Exploring Linux Command-Line Tools 3
Chapter 2 Managing Software 47
Chapter 3 Configuring Hardware 107
Chapter 4 Managing Files 177
Chapter 5 Booting Linux and Editing Files 233

Part II Exam 102-400 277

Chapter 6 Configuring the X Window System, Localization, and Printing 279
Chapter 7 Administering the System 343
Chapter 8 Configuring Basic Networking 407
Chapter 9 Writing Scripts, Configuring Email, and Using Databases 453
Chapter 10 Securing Your System 523

Appendix Answers 575

LPIC-1 Study plans 2

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My personal aims and the aims of the book are to get myself ready to take the two exams (Exam 101-400 and Exam 102-400) at LPIC-1 (level 1). I have taken such exams in the past in relation to the Sun-Solaris operating system but these two exams are in relation to Linux in general and in 2015.

Many of the following following post here will involved the areas covered above which I am studying and show how I am using different hardware and linux operating system distributions (i.e. Ububtu, Arch Linux, etc….) to help set-up and use a study environment.

The hardware I will use includes devices such as the (Radxa rock, Odriod, raspberry pi – ARM_CPU development boards along with more traditional I386 based computer hardware).

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