Ebook: Introducing the Linux Foundation’s LFCS and LFCE Certification Preparation Guide
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For years, certifications in the Information Technology world have help job candidates to demonstrate their skills to potential employers.
In the Linux world this is as true as in any other area, with businesses primarily looking for certified candidates to fill their vacancies and meet their needs. In other words, certifications are a proven way of gaining an advantage when applying for a job.
Since August 2014 you don’t have to travel to a testing center and spend a lot of money in associated expenses to take a certification exam.
Thanks to the Linux Foundation, you can aspire to a world-class certification by taking a monitored on-line exam from the commodity of your own home.
The Linux Foundation Certified System administrator (LFCS) exam is more suited for individuals with intermediate level, whereas the LFCE (Engineer) exam is targeted at people with significant experience with network services and with a vast knowledge of system administration.
We at Tecmint.com have put together 32 articles covering the topics required in both exams, and reviewed them taking into consideration the many comments we have received over the last 18 months.
What’s inside this eBook?
We are now pleased to present to you those 32 exam objectives with a total of 225 pages in this ebook (PDF format). That was a constantly-repeated request over that same period of time – you spoke and we listened!
LFCS Section (chapters 1 to 20)
- Chapter 1: Learn GNU ‘sed’ Command
- Chapter 2: Learn vi/m as a full Text Editor
- Chapter 3: Archiving Files/Directories and Finding Files
- Chapter 4: Partitioning Storage Devices
- Chapter 5: Setup Network Share (Samba & NFS) Filesystems
- Chapter 6: Assembling Partitions as RAID Devices
- Chapter 7: Manage System Services with SysVinit, Systemd and Upstart
- Chapter 8: Managing Users & Groups and Enabling sudo Access
- Chapter 9: Package Management with Yum, RPM, Apt, Dpkg, Aptitude and Zypper
- Chapter 10: Learning Basic Shell Scripting and Troubleshooting
- Chapter 11: Manage and Create LVM Partitions
- Chapter 12: Linux Help Documentations and Tools
- Chapter 13: Configure and Troubleshoot Grand Unified Bootloader (GRUB)
- Chapter 14: Monitor Linux Processes Resource Usage
- Chapter 15: Set Kernel Runtime Parameters in Linux
- Chapter 16: Set Access Control Lists (ACL’s) and Disk Quotas
- Chapter 17: Setup Cygwin, a Linux-like Commandline Environment
- Chapter 18: Setting Up FTP Server to Allow Anonymous Logins
- Chapter 19: Setup Recursive Caching DNS Server
- Chapter 20: Implementing Mandatory Access Control in Linux
LFCE Section (chapters 1 to 12)
- Chapter 1: Installing Network Services
- Chapter 2: Setting Up Standard Linux File Systems
- Chapter 3: Setup Encrypted Filesystems
- Chapter 4: Setup Apache SSL with Name-Based Virtual Hosting
- Chapter 5: Setup Restricted Squid Proxy Server
- Chapter 6: Configuring SquidGuard for Content Rules
- Chapter 7: Setting Up Email Services
- Chapter 8: Setup an Iptables Firewall
- Chapter 9: Monitor System Usage, Outages and Troubleshoot
- Chapter 10: Turn a Linux Server into a Router
- Chapter 11: Setting Up A Local/Network Repository
- Chapter 12: Linux Network and Security Audit
Each chapter demonstrates crucial topics and relevant exam objectives in the beginning and ends with a summary followed by questions and answers.
We hope you can enjoy this material, which we are selling for $39.99, and use it to help you prepare for these exams.
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