CompTIA Linux+

The new CompTIA Linux+ is for the IT pro who will use Linux to manage everything from cars and smartphones to servers and supercomputers, as a vast number of enterprises use Linux in cloud, cybersecurity, mobile and web administration applications. In the new CompTIA Linux+, candidates are only required to pass one exam for certification. However, the new certification is no longer eligible for the LPI 2-for-1 offer.

  • CompTIA Linux+ is the only job-focused Linux certification covering the latest foundational skills demanded by hiring managers.
  • Unlike other certifications, the new exam includes performance-based and multiple-choice questions to identify the employees who can do the job.
  • The exam covers tasks associated with all major distributions of Linux, setting the foundation for advanced vendor/distro-specific knowledge.

CompTIA Linux+ covers common tasks in major distributions of Linux, including the Linux command line, basic maintenance, installing and configuring workstations, and networking.

Kurikulum Kursus

  • Modul 1

    Performing Basic Linux Tasks

    • ORIENTATION TO THE CLASSROOM ENVIRONMENT
    • Identify the Linux Design Philosophy
    • Free Software vs. Open Source Software
    • The GNU Project
    • The Linux Operating System Family
    • Linux Distributions
    • Uses for Linux
    • The CLI
    • Shells
    • Bash Syntax
    • Basic Bash Commands
    • File Editing Commands
    • Superuser Commands
    • Shell Tips and Tricks
    • Get Help with Linux
    • Manual Pages
    • Other Built-In Help Options
    • Interactive Help
    • Kuis 01
  • Modul 2

    Managing Users and Groups

    • Assume Superuser Privileges
    • Superuser
    • THE sudo COMMAND
    • THE visudo COMMAND
    • Create, Modify, and Delete Users
    • THE passwd COMMAND
    • THE /etc/shadow FILE
    • THE usermod COMMAND
    • Create, Modify, and Delete Groups
    • THE groupadd COMMAND
    • Query Users and Groups
    • THE who COMMAND
    • Configure Account Profiles
    • THE .bash_profile FILE
    • THE /etc/profile.d/ DIRECTORY
    • Lab 02A - Create User
    • Lab 02B - Change Password
    • Lab 02C - Add user to sudoers
    • kuis 02
  • Modul 3

    Managing Permissions and Ownership

    • Modify File and Directory Permissions
    • Permission Contexts
    • chmod SYMBOLIC MODE
    • chmod ABSOLUTE MODE
    • Default Permissions
    • Modify File and Directory Ownership
    • Configure Special Permissions and Attributes
    • SUID and SGID Permissions
    • Sticky Bit
    • THE lsattr COMMAND
    • Access Control Lists
    • Troubleshoot Permissions Issues
    • Permissions Troubleshooting
    • Ownership Troubleshooting
    • Group Membership Troubleshooting
    • Lab 03A - Change Permission
    • Lab 03B - Change Owner
    • kuis 03
  • Modul 4

    Managing Storage

    • Create Partitions
    • File Systems
    • Inodes
    • Virtual File System
    • Partitions
    • THE fdisk UTILITY
    • GNU Parted
    • THE partprobe COMMAND
    • THE fstab FILE
    • THE /dev/ DIRECTORY
    • Manage Logical Volumes
    • Logical Volume Manager
    • LVM Tools
    • Mount File Systems
    • mount OPTIONS
    • Manage File Systems
    • THE lsblk COMMAND
    • THE fsck COMMAND
    • THE tune2fs COMMAND
    • THE dumpe2fs COMMAND
    • Navigate the Linux Directory Structure
    • Standard Directories
    • The Home Directory
    • Absolute vs. Relative Paths
    • Troubleshoot Storage Issues
    • Storage Space Tracking
    • THE iostat COMMAND
    • THE ioping COMMAND
    • Storage Quotas
    • Additional Storage Troubleshooting Techniques
    • kuis 04
  • Modul 5

    Managing Files and Directories

    • Create and Edit Text Files
    • Vim
    • Switch Modes
    • Motions
    • GNU nano
    • nano SHORTCUTS
    • THE gedit TEXT EDITOR
    • Search for Files
    • THE find COMMAND
    • THE which and whereis COMMAND
    • Perform Operations on Files and Directories
    • THE less AND more COMMANDS
    • THE cp, mv and touch COMMAND
    • THE rm, ls, mkdir and mkdir COMMAND
    • Process Text Files
    • THE wc and sort COMMAND
    • THE cut and paste COMMAND
    • THE diff COMMAND
    • THE grep COMMAND
    • THE awk COMMAND
    • THE sed and ln COMMAND
    • Types of Links
    • Manipulate File Output
    • Input/Output Redirection and Redirection Operators
    • Piping AND THE xargs COMMAND
    • THE tee COMMAND
    • Lab 05A - Creating Directory
    • Lab 05B - Creating File
    • Lab 05C - Move File
    • Lab 05D - Copy File
    • Lab 05E - Remove File
    • Lab 05F - Redirection Output
    • kuis 05
  • Modul 6

    Managing Kernel Modules

    • Explore the Linux Kernel
    • The Linux Kernel
    • Kernel Layers
    • Install and Configure Kernel Modules
    • Kernel Module Management Commands
    • THE depmod COMMAND
    • Kernel Module Configuration
    • Kernel Parameters
    • Monitor Kernel Modules
    • THE dmesg COMMAND
    • kuis 06
  • Modul 7

    Managing the Linux Boot Process

    • Configure Linux Boot Components
    • BIOS and UEFI
    • Additional Boot Options
    • Sectors, MBR, and GPT
    • initrd
    • THE /boot/ DIRECTORY and The Boot Process
    • Kernel Panic
    • Configure GRUB 2
    • GRUB 2 Installation
    • THE /etc/grub.d/ DIRECTORY and GRUB 2 Boot Menu Customization
    • THE /etc/default/grub FILE and THE grub2-mkconfig COMMAND
    • kuis 07
  • Modul 8

    Managing System Components

    • Configure Localization Options
    • THE date COMMAND
    • THE timedatectl COMMAND
    • THE hwclock COMMAND
    • THE localectl COMMAND and Character Sets and Encoding
    • Configure GUIs
    • The X Window System, X.Org Server, and
    • X vs. Wayland
    • Desktop Environment
    • Remote Desktop
    • Console Redirection and SSH Port Forwarding
    • Accessibility Options
    • Manage Services
    • THE systemd SUITE and systemd UNIT FILES
    • systemd TARGETS
    • THE systemctl COMMAND
    • Example of Switching Targets
    • SysVinit and Runlevels
    • THE telinit AND runlevel COMMANDS
    • THE chkconfig COMMAND
    • Troubleshoot Process Issues
    • THE pgrep AND ps COMMAND
    • THE top COMMAND
    • THE systemd-analyze and lsof COMMAND
    • Process Priorities and nice, renice COMMAND
    • Foreground and Background Processes
    • Kill Commands
    • Kill Signals
    • Guidelines for Troubleshooting Process Issues
    • Troubleshoot CPU and Memory Issues
    • THE uptime and sar COMMAND
    • Common Memory Issues
    • THE free COMMAND
    • THE vmstat COMMAND
    • OOM Killer
    • Swap Space Configuration
    • Guidelines for Troubleshooting CPU and Memory Issues
    • Lab 08A - Change Timezone
    • Lab 08B - Change Hostname
    • kuis 08
  • Modul 9

    Managing Devices

    • Identify the Types of Linux Devices
    • Wireless , Video, Audio, And Printers Devices
    • Network Adapters, GPIO, And SATA
    • SCSI, HBA, And PCI
    • Configure Devices
    • udev
    • THE udevadm COMMAND
    • Printing Software, CUPS And THE lpr COMMAND
    • Monitor Devices
    • THE lspci, lpq COMMAND And Additional Device Monitoring Tools
    • Troubleshoot Hardware Issues
    • Printer Issues, Memory Issues And Video Issues
    • Storage Adapter Issues
    • THE lshw And dmidecode COMMAND
    • ABRT And Guidelines for Troubleshooting Hardware Issues
    • kuis 09
  • Modul 10

    Managing Networking

    • Identify TCP/IP Fundamentals
    • TCP/IP Layers, Network Identities, Network Devices and Components
    • DNS, DHCP, And IPv4 Addressing
    • IPv4 Classes
    • IPv6, Network Ports, And Network Segments
    • Identify Linux Server Roles
    • Web Services, Certificate Authority Services, And Name Server/DNS Services
    • DHCP Services, SNMP Services, And Authentication Services
    • Proxy Services, Logging Services, And Monitoring Services
    • Load Balancing Services, Clustering Services, And File/Print Services
    • Database Services, VPN Services, And Virtualization/Container Host Services
    • Email Services
    • Connect to a Network
    • THE nmcli COMMAND
    • THE nmtui And nmgui UTILITY
    • THE ifconfig And Ip COMMAND
    • THE iwconfig COMMAND
    • THE ethtool And brctl COMMAND
    • NIC Bonding
    • THE /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ DIRECTORY
    • THE /etc/sysconfig/network FILE
    • Configure DHCP and DNS Client Services
    • The DHCP Lease Generation and Renewal Process
    • Name Resolution
    • THE /etc/resolv.conf, /etc/nsswitch.conf FILE
    • Configure Cloud and Virtualization Technologies
    • Cloud Models
    • Cloud and Virtualization
    • Templates
    • Bootstrapping And Storage
    • Blob, Block Storage
    • Virtualization Tools
    • Troubleshoot Networking Issues
    • THE ping COMMAND
    • THE traceroute AND tracepath COMMANDS
    • THE netstat COMMAND
    • THE ss COMMAND
    • THE dig, nslookup, host, AND ip COMMANDS
    • THE route COMMAND
    • THE nmap COMMAND
    • Wireshark
    • THE tcpdump COMMAND
    • THE netcat And iftop COMMAND
    • THE iperf And mtr COMMAND
    • THE arp COMMAND
    • Guidelines for Troubleshooting Networking Issues
    • Lab 10A - Configure IP Address
    • kuis 10
  • Modul 11

    Managing Packages and Software

    • Identify Package Managers
    • Red Hat Installation vs. Debian Installation vs. Compiling
    • Package Managers
    • Manage RPM Packages with YUM
    • THE rpm COMMAND
    • THE yum COMMAND
    • Manage Debian Packages with APT
    • THE apt COMMAND
    • Configure Repositories
    • YUM Repository Configuration
    • APT Repository Configuration
    • Acquire Software
    • THE wget AND curl COMMANDS
    • .tar FILES And tar COMMAND OPTIONS
    • Build Software from Source Code
    • THE ldd COMMAND And The Software Compilation Process
    • Troubleshoot Software Dependency Issues
    • Guidelines for Troubleshooting Software Dependency Issues
    • Lab 11A - Installing Package
    • Lab 11B - Download File From Internet
    • Lab 11C - Compress File
    • kuis 11
  • Modul 12

    Securing Linux Systems

    • Implement Cybersecurity Best Practices
    • The CIA Triad
    • Authentication Methods
    • Multi-Factor Authentication And Privilege Escalation
    • chroot JAIL
    • Encryption
    • LUKS And THE cryptsetup COMMAND
    • Hashing
    • Networking Security Best Practices
    • User Access Security Best Practices
    • Additional Security Best Practices
    • Guidelines for Implementing Cybersecurity Best Practices
    • Implement Identity and Access Management Methods
    • SSH Authentication
    • THE sshd_config FILE
    • PAM
    • TTY Security
    • PKI
    • OpenSSL
    • VPNs AND IPSEC
    • VPNs AND SSL/TLS
    • Access and Authentication Troubleshooting
    • Configure SELinux or AppArmor
    • SELinux Contexts
    • SELinux Modes, SELinux Policies, And SELinux Commands
    • SELinux Violations
    • AppArmor
    • Configure Firewalls
    • THE iptables TOOL
    • UFW
    • THE firewalld SERVICE
    • firewall-cmd COMMAND EXAMPLES
    • Netfilter And IP Forwarding
    • IP Sets
    • Firewall Configuration for Applications
    • IPSs, DenyHosts, and Fail2ban
    • Implement Logging Services
    • Log Rotation
    • THE /etc/rsyslog.conf FILE
    • THE journalctl COMMAND
    • THE last COMMAND
    • Back Up, Restore, and Verify Data
    • Backup Types
    • THE tar COMMAND
    • THE cpio COMMAND
    • THE dd COMMAND
    • THE mirrorvg COMMAND, Off-Site Backup, And Data Transfer Tools
    • Compression And THE gzip COMMAND
    • THE xz COMMAND And THE bzip2 SUITE
    • THE zip COMMAND
    • Integrity Checking And Hash Functions
    • THE md5sum And SHA COMMAND
    • Lab 12A - Block Port with Iptables
    • Lab 12B - Check Integrity with md5sum
    • kuis 12
  • Modul 13

    Working with Bash Scripts

    • Customize the Bash Shell Environment
    • Variables
    • Environment Variables
    • THE export And env COMMAND
    • Search Paths, HISTFILESIZE And THE alias COMMAND
    • THE time COMMAND And Environment and Shell Troubleshooting
    • Identify Scripting and Programming Fundamentals
    • Variable
    • Common Operators
    • String Literals And
    • Arrays And Functions
    • Comments
    • Write and Execute a Simple Bash Script
    • Metacharacters
    • Exit Codes
    • Redirection and Piping
    • Shell Expansion
    • Substitution
    • Globbing
    • THE exec And source COMMAND
    • Script File Extensions And Script Permissions
    • Incorporate Control Statements in Bash Scripts
    • THE if STATEMENT
    • THE if…else STATEMENT
    • THE case STATEMENT
    • Loops
    • THE until And for LOOP
    • kuis 13
  • Modul 14

    Automating Tasks

    • Schedule Jobs
    • THE at COMMAND
    • Cron Jobs
    • THE crontab FILES And Cron Directories
    • Implement Version Control Using Git
    • git SUBCOMMANDS
    • Example Git Process for Local Repositories
    • Example Git Process for Collaboration And Git Files
    • Identify Orchestration Concepts
    • Infrastructure as Code And
    • Procedures, Attributes, Inventory Management, And Automated Configuration Management
    • Lab 14 - Automating Task with Cron
    • kuis 14

Level Pemula
BA032021-MCA-GURUPEN
5 Sep. 2021 - 13 Sep. 2021

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