Linux+ LPIC Level 1 Exam 1

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Anthony James
Anthony is the founder/CEO of Linux Academy, and instructs courses on AWS, DevOps, and Linux. When not creating and maintaining a variety of courses, he is leading the Linux Academy content & code team.

Introduction

About The Certification And How To Prepare

00:08:34

Choosing A Distribution

00:02:29

Introduction To The Linux Server

Basic User Management For Fresh Images/Server Installs

00:07:21

A Look At VI And Nano Text Editors

00:05:06

Root User, Sudo Users And Setting Up Your User Account

00:13:15

Navigating Linux & The File System

00:12:03

Logs & More File Management Tools

00:13:50

File Permissions

00:17:35

Cron Jobs

00:14:07

Introduction To Linux Package Managers

00:08:53

A Look At System Resources With The Linux Top Command

00:07:05

Finding Files In Linux

00:05:22

Exercise: Introduction To The Linux Server

01:00:00

Exercise: Root User, Sudo Users And Setting Up Your User Account

00:30:00

Exercise: Cron Jobs

00:30:00

Exercise: Linux Log Files

00:30:00

Exercise: Using FIND to Find and Manipulate Files

00:30:00

Quiz: Intro To The Linux Server

Debian Based Package Management

Apt-Get Command Set

00:10:08

Apt-Cache Package Management

00:04:09

DPKG Command Set

00:07:39

Summary & Overview of aptitude

00:04:26

A Look At dselect

00:01:53

Exercise: Exercise: Debian/Ubuntu Package Management

00:30:00

Exercise: Debian Based Package Management

00:30:00

Quiz: Debian Based Package Management

RPM Package Management

RPM Package Management

00:11:02

YUM Software Management

00:09:06

yumdownloader & rpm2cpio

00:06:29

Exercise: Working With RPM

00:30:00

Exercise: Exercise: Yum and RPM Package Management

00:30:00

Quiz: YUM and RPM Package Management

Vi - The Linux Text Editor

Vi Modes & The importance of Vi

00:05:45

Vi Commands and Usage

00:22:42

Exercise: Vi - The Linux Text Editor

00:30:00

Quiz: VI - The Linux Text Editor

Use Streams, Pipes, Redirects, Grep and Cut!

wc, split, cat, and diff commands

00:07:33

Streams (stdin, stdout, stderr) and Redirects

00:13:15

Pipes

00:04:31

grep, egrep, and fgrep

00:17:34

Cut Command

00:03:35

sed Stream Editor

00:07:19

tee command

00:07:23

Exercise: Use Streams, Pipes, Redirects and Grep

00:30:00

Exercise: Exercise: wc, split, cat, and diff commands

00:30:00

Exercise: Exercise: The Cut Command

00:30:00

Exercise: Exercise: The Tee Command

00:30:00

Exercise: Exercise: File Streams and Redirects

00:30:00

Exercise: Exercise: Manipulating Text at the Command Line

00:30:00

Exercise: Exercise: Using SED for Text Substitution

00:30:00

Exercise: Exercise: Grep, Egrep and Fgrep

00:30:00

Quiz: Use Streams, Pipes and Redirects

Linux System Management and Architecture Topics

/sys, /proc, /dev and /var

00:12:33

lsmod

00:02:58

lspci and lsusb

00:09:42

modprobe and insmod

00:08:21

Grub Boot loader

00:09:43

Differentiate and Optimize Storage and Input

00:07:33

Differentiate and Demonstrate Hot and Cold Plug Devices

00:07:37

Determine Hardware Device Resources

00:07:57

Filesystem Hierarchy Standard

00:12:41

System Boot Process

00:09:00

Init and Telinit

00:04:55

Exercise: Linux System Management and Architecture Topics

00:30:00

Quiz: Linux System Management and Architecture Topics

Managing Files in Linux

File Naming Basics And A Look At File Commands

00:23:56

File Archiving & The RM, MV Commands

00:20:17

The gunzip Command

00:03:41

Linux Links

00:13:45

Linking Vs. Copying Files

00:05:55

Basic Directory & Group Commands

00:07:00

Special Permission Bits

00:18:14

Default Permissions umask, newgrp, and chattr

00:16:24

Linux Core Directories & What They Are Used For

00:12:32

Finding Files In Linux Using Find, Locate, Whereis, Which and Type

00:16:47

updatedb.conf configuration file

00:04:11

Using The dd Command

00:19:17

The touch Command

00:04:29

Exercise: Exercise: The GUNZIP Command

00:30:00

Exercise: Exercise: Using TAR for Archiving

00:30:00

Exercise: Managing Files In Linux

00:30:00

Quiz: Managing Files In Linux

Managing Linux Libraries & Software Processes

Software Libraries

00:15:40

Using ps To Manage Processes

00:16:11

Using TOP

00:11:29

Using nice To Change Linux Process Priorities

00:07:52

Killing Processes In Linux

00:07:12

Using The uname Command To Query System Information

00:07:43

Understanding Background VS Foreground processes

00:04:53

The nohup Command

00:04:15

The free Command

00:04:48

Exercise: Managing Linux Libraries and Software Processes

00:30:00

Exercise: Exercise: Using TOP To Manage Processes

00:30:00

Quiz: Managing Linux Libraries & Software Processes

Finding Files In Linux

Which and Whereis

00:04:15

Finding Files With Locate

00:03:41

The Powerful Find Command

00:12:33

Exercise: Finding Files in Linux

00:30:00

Quiz: Finding Files in Linux

Control mounting and unmounting of filesystems

How To Create A Linux Academy Disk Volume

00:03:13

Creating And Mounting A Disk Partition

00:15:27

Using fdisk, Creating A File System, and Configuring Mount Entry With /etc/fstab

00:19:11

Working With Linux Swap

00:08:27

/media mount point

00:03:30

Exercise: Control Mounting and Unmounting of Filesystems

00:30:00

Quiz: Control mounting and unmounting of filesystems

Exercise: Exercise: Creating and Mounting a Filesystem

00:30:00

Filesystem Integrity and Maintenance

du, df and mount

00:09:16

fsck and e2fsck

00:06:57

mke2fs and debugfs

00:09:03

dumpe2fs and tune2fs

00:06:58

xfs tools

00:08:25

Disk Partitioning Schemes

00:12:49

Exercise: File System Integrity and Maintenance

00:30:00

Quiz: Filesystem Integrity and Maintenance

The Linux Bash Shell

Simple Commands & Shortcuts For The Linux Shell

00:16:07

Environment Variables, Redirection Operators & Data Pipes

00:16:20

Manipulating Files

00:24:05

File Viewing Commands For The Linux Bash Shell

00:18:36

Exercise: The Linux Bash Shell

00:30:00

Quiz: The Linux Bash Shell

Linux Disk And User Quotas

Disk Quotas

00:06:23

User Quotas

00:07:03

Exercise: Disk and User Quotas

00:30:00

Quiz: Linux Disk And User Quotas

2015 Objective Updates

Updates Overview

Core Updates And How They Apply to Distribution Versions

00:06:05

Upstart

Upstart Overview

00:17:36

Exercise: Creating An Upstart Job

01:30:00

Systemd

SysVinit Vs Systemd

00:13:47

Using Systemd With Services And Service Unit Files

00:20:37

Systemd Targets & Boot Targets

00:14:23

Identify Enabled Services And Running Services

00:05:03

Creating A Custom Service

00:09:06

Using Wall To Issue System Wide Messages

00:02:48

Exercise: Creating A Custom Service That Starts In The Multi-User Target

00:30:00

Managing MBR And GPT Partitions

Understanding The Changes Between MBR and GPT

00:09:02

Managing MBR Paritions With fdisk

00:14:44

Managing GPT Paritions With gdisk

00:08:48

ReiserFS and Btrfs File Systems

00:07:08

Using Parted

00:04:33

A look at LVM (Logical Volume Manager)

00:07:18

Commands And Compression

screen

00:12:20

xz Compression

00:07:55

pkill and pgrep

00:09:39

dmesg

00:05:01

Booting The System

Concepts & Configuration Files

00:11:29

Grub-install and Grub-mkconfig

00:08:54

GRUB2 And GRUB Legacy Configuration Files

00:02:24

initramfs and /boot

00:06:32

Practice Exams

Quiz: Practice Exam

Preparing For The Exam

Preparing For The Exam & 10% Off Voucher

00:05:36

Details

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