LPI Linux Essentials Study Guide: Exam 010 V1.6
Bresnahan, Christine, Blum, Richard
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Provides a solid foundation for those considering a career in IT--covers the objectives of the new Linux Essentials Exam 010-160 v1.6
Linux is a secure, reliable, open source alternative to costly operating systems such as Microsoft Windows. As large organizations worldwide continue to add Linux servers, the need for IT professionals skilled in Linux continues to grow. The LPI Linux Essentials Study Guide is a valuable resource for anyone preparing to take the new Linux Essentials Exam--the entry-level certification from The Linux Professional Institute (LPI) which validates knowledge of Linux concepts and applications.
Written by recognized experts on Linux and open source technologies, this accessible, user-friendly guide covers desktop skills, the command line, directories and files, networks, scripting, security, users and permissions, and much more. Clear, concise chapters provide numerous hands-on tutorials, real-world examples, color illustrations, and practical end-of-chapter exercises and review questions. An ideal introduction for those new to Linux or considering a career in IT, this guide helps readers:
- Learn the operation and components of Linux desktops and servers
- Understand open source software, licensing, and applications
- Configure networks, security, cloud services, storage, and devices
- Create users and groups and set permissions and ownership
- Use the command line and build automation scripts
LPI Linux Essentials Study Guide: Exam 010 v1.6 is perfect for anyone beginning a career in IT, newcomers to Linux, students in computer courses, and system administrators working with other operating systems wanting to learn more about Linux and other open source solutions.
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
Christine Bresnahan is an Adjunct Professor at Ivy Tech Community College, where she teaches Linux certification and Python classes. She is the author of several books, including LPIC-1 Study Guide, Fifth edition and LPIC-2 Study Guide, Second edition.
Richard Blum has worked as a system and network administrator for over 30 years. He is the author of several Linux books, including Linux Command Line and Shell Scripting Bible and Linux for Dummies, 9th edition, and is a popular online Linux instructor.