Linux 101 Examination Modular Training Notes

Linux 101 Examination Modular Training Notes

This course material is based on the objectives for the Linux Professionals Institute's LPI 101 examination. The course is intended to provide readers with the basic skills required for operating and administering Linux systems.

Publication date: 02 Feb 2006

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Paperback: 233 pages

Views: 11,428

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License: GNU Free Documentation License

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Linux 101 Examination Modular Training Notes

Linux 101 Examination Modular Training Notes This course material is based on the objectives for the Linux Professionals Institute's LPI 101 examination. The course is intended to provide readers with the basic skills required for operating and administering Linux systems.
Tag(s): GNU/Linux System Administration
Publication date: 02 Feb 2006
ISBN-10: n/a
ISBN-13: n/a
Paperback: 233 pages
Views: 11,428
Document Type: Book
Publisher: n/a
License: GNU Free Documentation License
Post time: 09 May 2009 08:11:16
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Excerpts from the Preface:
Andrew McGill wrote:This course material is based on the objectives for the Linux Professionals Institute's LPI 101 examination (specifically, release 2 of the objectives). The course is intended to provide you with the basic skills required for operating and administering Linux systems.

At every good training course the student should come away with some paper in his hand, to file in the company filing cabinet. A really excellent course will include some knowledge and practical ability in the student's head as well. We hope to achieve at least the first with these notes. The second is up to the instructor.

Goal of this course

This course aims to equip you with the knowledge to be able to pass the LPI 101 examination (release 2). We hope that in the course of doing this course you will acquire the skills that go with an understanding of how Linux works.

Target audience

This course is aimed at ...

- People who wish to write the LPIC 101 exam, as part of the LPIC Level 1 certification.
- Technically inclined people who wish to become familiar with Linux, particularly with a view to administer the system.




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