LPI Linux LPIC-1 and CompTIA Linux+

LPI Linux LPIC-1 and CompTIA Linux+

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Chaque Samedi 9h00 Formation avec attestation agrée : 18000 DA


18000 DA
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30 heures


Linux has grown into an industry-leading software and service delivery platform that is used for everything from super computers and Web servers to virtualized systems and your Android phone. This growth creates a high demand for qualified Linux professionals. 
With LPIC-1 and CompTIA’s Linux+ Powered by LPI certifications, you’ll acquire the fundamental skills and knowledge you need to successfully configure, manage and troubleshoot Linux systems.
IT professionals who earn their CompTIA Linux+ certification can receive the LPIC-1 from LPI. Earning a Linux+ certification is the beginning of a path that will lead you to advanced, distribution-specific Linux certifications such as SUSE Certified Engineer. 


At the end of this course you will be able to:
- Install different Linux distributions
- Manage Linux using the Shell
- Manage Users, Groups, File system and Ownership
- Manage Services and Processes
- Install packages
- Manage devices in Linux.
- Manage basic networking and security.
- Fulfill basic troubleshooting


Have a good knowledge on Computer basics.



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Mohamed Yacine

Yacine Med is a Telecom Engineer graduated from the National Institut of Telecommunications & ICT, he hold both the Master's & Engineer's Degrees in Telecommunications systems.

He started his career in the Transmission field as a Transmission engineer in one of the largest Telecom company in Algeria where he aquired a deep experience in PDH, SDH, WDM and IP fields, then he moved into the Voice World as an Operations & Maintenance engineer dealing with TDM & VoIP Core networks as well as Optical & Wireless access networks, focusing mainly on the Technical Support, Supervision and Maintenance.
On 2013 he became the Head of the O&M for the western Region networks and also the System Manager of the OSS plateforms managing UNIX & Win2k Servers as well as the IP Infrastructure Network of the OSS.

Yacine hold many IT certifications from leading vendors such as Cisco and Juniper and has provided many trainings in the Cisco Voice field.


 le programme de la formation

1.0 Linux Overview
  1.1 Course Overview
  1.2 Linux History
  1.3 Licensing Facts
  1.4 Linux Architecture & Components
  1.5 Linux File Types and File System
  1.6 Linux Distributions
  1.7 Lab Preparation
  1.8 Linux Installation

2.0 Using Linux
  2.1 Using the Shell
  2.2 Navigating the File System (File paths and File System commands)
  2.3 Viewing and Searching Files
  2.4 Text Editors
  2.5 Environment Variables
  2.6 Script Files
  2.7 Graphical Interfaces  

3.0 Users and Groups
  3.1 Overview
  3.2 Users and Groups Management
  3.3 Quota Management
  3.4 User Account Security

4.0 Managing the File System
  4.1 Permission and Ownership Concepts
  4.2 Managing Permissions and Ownership
  4.3 Managing Files

5.0 Services and Processes
  5.1 Init and Runlevels
  5.2 Services
  5.3 Managing Processes
  5.4 Scheduling Tasks

6.0 Installing Software
  6.1 Software Distribution
  6.2 Tarballs
  6.3 Package Managers
  6.4 Archive and Backup

7.0 Installing Hardware
  7.1 Installation Overview
  7.2 BIOS, CMOS, and Memory
  7.3 System Resources
  7.4 IDE, SCSI, and Floppy Devices
  7.5 USB, Firewire, Parallel and Serial Devices

8.0 Managing Devices
  8.1 Kernel Modules
  8.2 Compiling the Kernel
  8.3 XWindows
  8.4 Printing
  8.5 Multimedia

9.0 Disks and Volumes
  9.1 Device Files
  9.2 Volumes Facts & Partitioning
  9.3 File Systems & Formatting
  9.4 Mounting Points and mounting devices
  9.5 Planning Partitions and Volumes

10.0 Boot and Shutdown
  10.1 The Boot Process
  10.2 Configuring GRUB
  10.3 Configuring LILO
  10.4 BootLoader Commands and Files
  10.5 System Shutdown

11.0 Networking
  11.1 Networking & TCP/IP Concepts
  11.2 Networking Configuration
  11.3 Configuring DNS, DHCP, PPP
  11.4 Networking Services (NFS, SAMBA, APACHE, EMAIL, XINETD) and Access Control
  11.5 Centralized User Management (NIS Server and NIS Client)
  11.6 Network Client Applications (Remote Access, FTP and SSH)

12.0 Security
  12.1 Security Guidelines
  12.2 Security Tools
  12.3 Configuring a Firewall with iptables
  12.4 Testing Firewall Rules with nmap
  12.5 Implementing Intrusion Detection

13.0 Troubleshooting
  13.1 System Performance Tools
  13.2 System Troubleshooting
  13.3 Network Troubleshooting