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  1. General Linux Exam 101

    1. Chapter 1 Exam 101 Overview

    2. Chapter 2 Exam 101 Study Guide

      1. Exam Preparation
    3. Chapter 3 GNU and Unix Commands (Topic 1.3)

      1. Objective 1: Work Effectively on the Unix Command Line
      2. Objective 2: Process Text Streams Using Text-Processing Filters
      3. Objective 3: Perform Basic File Management
      4. Objective 4: Use Unix Streams, Pipes,and Redirects
      5. Objective 5: Create, Monitor, and Kill Processes
      6. Objective 6: Modify Process Execution Priorities
      7. Objective 7: Making Use of Regular Expressions
    4. Chapter 4 Devices, Linux Filesystems, and the Filesystem Hierarchy Standard (Topic 2.4)

      1. Objective 1: Create Partitions and Filesystems
      2. Objective 2: Maintain the Integrity of Filesystems
      3. Objective 3: Control Filesystem Mounting and Unmounting
      4. Objective 4: Set and View Disk Quotas
      5. Objective 5: Use File Permissions to Control Access to Files
      6. Objective 6: Manage File Ownership
      7. Objective 7: Create and Change Hard and Symbolic Links
      8. Objective 8: Find System Files and Place Files in the Correct Location
    5. Chapter 5 Boot, Initialization, Shutdown, and Runlevels (Topic 2.6)

      1. Objective 1: Boot the System
      2. Objective 2: Change Runlevels and Shutdown or Reboot the System
    6. Chapter 6 Documentation (Topic 1.8)

      1. Objective 1: Use and Manage Local System Documentation
      2. Objective 2: Find Linux Documentation on the Internet
      3. Objective 3: Write System Documentation
      4. Objective 4: Provide User Support
    7. Chapter 7 Administrative Tasks (Topic 2.11)

      1. Objective 1: Manage Users and Group Accounts
      2. Objective 2: Tune the User Environment
      3. Objective 3: Configure and Use System Log Files
      4. Objective 4: Automate System Administration Tasks
      5. Objective 5: Maintain an Effective Data Backup Strategy
    8. Chapter 8 Exam 101 Review Questions and Exercises

      1. GNU and Unix Commands (Topic 1.3)
      2. Devices, Linux Filesystems, and the Filesystem Hierarchy Standard (Topic 2.4)
      3. Boot, Initialization, Shutdown, and Runlevels (Topic 2.6)
      4. Documentation (Topic 1.8)
      5. Administrative Tasks (Topic 2.11)
    9. Chapter 9 Exam 101 Practice Test

      1. Questions
      2. Answers
    10. Chapter 10 Exam 101 Highlighter’s Index

      1. GNU and Unix Commands (Topic 1.3)
      2. Devices, Linux Filesystems, and the Filesystem Hierarchy Standard (Topic 2.4)
      3. Boot, Initialization, Shutdown, and Runlevels (Topic 2.6)
      4. Documentation (Topic 1.8)
      5. Administrative Tasks (Topic 2.11)
  2. General Linux Exam 102

    1. Chapter 11 Exam 102 Overview

    2. Chapter 12 Exam 102 Study Guide

      1. Exam Preparation
    3. Chapter 13 Hardware and Architecture (Topic 1.1)

      1. Objective 1: Configure Fundamental System Hardware
      2. Objective 2: Set Up SCSI and NIC Devices
      3. Objective 3: Configure Modems and Sound Cards
    4. Chapter 14 Linux Installation and Package Management (Topic 2.2)

      1. Objective 1: Design a Hard Disk Layout
      2. Objective 2: Install a Boot Manager
      3. Objective 3: Make and Install Programs from Source
      4. Objective 4: Manage Shared Libraries
      5. Objective 5: Use Debian Package Management
      6. Objective 6: Use Red Hat Package Manager (RPM)
    5. Chapter 15 Kernel (Topic 1.5)

      1. Objective 1: Manage Kernel Modules at Runtime
      2. Objective 2: Reconfigure, Build, and Install a Custom Kernel and Modules
    6. Chapter 16 Text-Editing, Processing, and Printing (Topic 1.7)

      1. Objective 1: Perform Basic File Editing Operations Using vi
      2. Objective 2: Manage Printers and Print Queues
      3. Objective 3: Print Files
      4. Objective 4: Install and Configure Local and Remote Printers
    7. Chapter 17 Shells, Scripting, Programming, and Compiling (Topic 1.9)

      1. Objective 1: Customize and Use the Shell Environment
      2. Objective 2: Customize or Write Simple Scripts
    8. Chapter 18 X (Topic 2.10)

      1. An Overview of X
      2. Objective 1: Install and Configure XFree86
      3. Objective 2: Set Up xdm
      4. Objective 3: Identify and Terminate Runaway X Applications
      5. Objective 4: Install and Customize a Window Manager Environment
    9. Chapter 19 Networking Fundamentals (Topic 1.12)

      1. Objective 1: Fundamentals of TCP/IP
      2. Objective 3: TCP/IP Troubleshooting and Configuration
      3. Objective 4: Configure and Use PPP
    10. Chapter 20 Networking Services (Topic 1.13)

      1. Objective 1: Configure and Manage inetd and Related Services
      2. Objective 2: Operate and Perform Basic Configuration of sendmail
      3. Objective 3: Operate and Perform Basic Configuration of Apache
      4. Objective 4: Properly Manage the NFS, SMB, and NMB Daemons
      5. Objective 5: Set Up and Configure Basic DNS Services
    11. Chapter 21 Security (Topic 1.14)

      1. Objective 1: Perform Security Administration Tasks
      2. Objective 2: Set Up Host Security
      3. Objective 3: Set Up User-Level Security
    12. Chapter 22 Exam 102 Review Questions and Exercises

      1. Hardware and Architecture ( Topic 1.1)
      2. Linux Installation and Package Management ( Topic 2.2)
      3. Kernel ( Topic 1.5)
      4. Text Editing, Processing, and Printing ( Topic 1.7)
      5. Shells, Scripting, Programming, and Compiling (Topic 1.9)
      6. X (Topic 2.10)
      7. Networking Fundamentals (Topic 1.12)
      8. Networking Services (Topic 1.13)
      9. Security (Topic 1.14)
    13. Chapter 23 Exam 102 Practice Test

      1. Questions
      2. Answers
    14. Chapter 24 Exam 102 Highlighter’s Index

      1. Hardware and Architecture
      2. Linux Installation and Package Management
      3. Kernel
      4. Text-Editing, Processing, and Printing
      5. Shells, Scripting, Programming, and Compiling
      6. X
      7. Networking Fundamentals
      8. Networking Services
      9. Security
  3. Chapter 25 Glossary

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