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Linux Professional Institute Certification Level 1 2009

Video Description

Linux is the most important operating system on the Internet. It's recognized everywhere as the cost-effective way to operate all kinds of servers. With the support of powerhouses like IBM, Dell, HP, and Sun, demand for Linux servers is growing. This course can help you pass the LPI Level 1 Certification exams from the Linux Professional Institute. Once you earn this certification, you'll have joined an elite group of Linux professionals. To begin learning today, simply click on the movie links.

Table of Contents

  1. Introduction
    1. Welcome 00:02:18
    2. Linux Professional Institute Curriculum 00:04:26
    3. System Requirements 00:04:22
    4. A Preview of the LPI Level 1 Exams 00:04:29
  2. System Architecture
    1. Detectable Hardware 00:04:58
    2. Hardware Information on Linux 00:03:48
    3. The Basics of the Boot Process 00:06:47
    4. Review Boot Events 00:03:31
    5. Runlevels 00:06:11
    6. Process Management 00:04:03
  3. Linux Installation & Package Management
    1. Filesystem/Volumes & Directories 00:05:16
    2. GRUB & Filesystems 00:04:46
    3. Identify & Install Shared Libraries 00:02:47
    4. Debian Package Commands 00:06:05
    5. Repositories & the apt-* Commands 00:05:49
    6. Red Hat Package Commands pt. 1 00:03:10
    7. Red Hat Package Commands pt. 2 00:04:37
    8. Repositories & the yum Commands 00:04:20
  4. GNU & Unix Commands
    1. Shells in the Environment 00:03:33
    2. Dots & the PATH 00:04:42
    3. History & Command Completion 00:03:40
    4. Basic Shell Commands 00:05:14
    5. Wildcards / Globs / & Search Commands 00:05:53
    6. File & Directory Commands 00:06:08
    7. Archives & Compression 00:05:50
    8. Basic Data Redirection 00:03:40
    9. Tees / Pipes / Redirection 00:03:41
  5. More GNU & Unix Commands
    1. Text Stream Management 00:07:00
    2. Text Filter Commands 00:06:56
    3. Text Search Commands 00:07:04
    4. The Stream Editor 00:03:33
    5. The Basics of the vi Editor 00:06:40
    6. Monitor Your Processes 00:03:52
    7. Different Job Priorities pt. 1 00:05:41
    8. Different Job Priorities pt. 2 00:02:25
  6. The Filesystem in a Hierarchy
    1. Identify & Configure a Partition 00:04:33
    2. Filesystem Format 00:04:51
    3. Filesystem Integrity Commands pt. 1 00:03:20
    4. Filesystem Integrity Commands pt. 2 00:04:28
    5. More on Filesystem Internals 00:07:08
    6. Filesystem Configuration 00:05:33
    7. Mounting & Unmountng a Filesystem 00:06:42
    8. The Basics of Quotas 00:04:05
    9. File Permissions & Ownership 00:06:38
    10. Special File Permissions & Ownership 00:03:45
    11. Create & Change Linked Files 00:05:54
    12. The Filesystem Hierarchy Standard 00:04:21
    13. Identify System File Locations 00:03:50
  7. Shells/Scripting & Data Management
    1. Environment Variables in the Shell 00:04:13
    2. User-specific Configuration 00:02:50
    3. Aliases & Functions 00:04:30
    4. Commands in a Script 00:07:15
    5. Review Existing Scripts 00:06:56
    6. Structured Query Language Commands 00:04:03
    7. More SQL Commands 00:02:58
  8. User Interfaces & Desktops
    1. The X Server Configuration File 00:04:14
    2. GUI Commands & Fonts 00:04:49
    3. Display Managers & Config Files 00:05:05
    4. Accessibility Provisions 00:03:07
  9. Administrative Tasks
    1. Local Authentication Files 00:04:02
    2. User Management 00:06:01
    3. Group Management 00:02:26
    4. Limited Administrative Privileges 00:02:59
    5. Regular User & Administrative Jobs 00:05:09
    6. One-time User & Administrative Jobs 00:03:25
    7. Time Zones & Localization 00:04:21
    8. Language & Localization 00:04:58
  10. Essential System Services
    1. Local Time Management 00:03:16
    2. Time Server Management 00:04:01
    3. System Logs & Commands 00:04:19
    4. Available Mail Transfer Agents (MTA) 00:03:10
    5. Mail Management Commands & Files 00:02:49
    6. Manage Print Jobs in Queues 00:03:29
  11. Networking Fundamentals
    1. Common TCP/IP Ports & Protocols 00:04:48
    2. IP Addressing 00:04:28
    3. Private IP Addressing 00:04:33
    4. Basic Network Commands 00:04:16
    5. Network Configuration Files 00:04:29
    6. Network Status Commands 00:03:07
    7. Network Configuration Commands 00:04:44
    8. Network Troubleshooting Commands 00:05:14
    9. DNS Client Management 00:05:02
  12. Security
    1. Limits on the Superuser 00:03:57
    2. Password & Port Security 00:06:58
    3. Resource Limits 00:04:24
    4. Security by Service 00:05:20
    5. Security by TCP Wrappers 00:05:29
    6. Security in the Super Server 00:03:55
    7. A Secure Shell Server 00:05:13
    8. Passphrases & Authentication Agents 00:05:03
    9. GPG Keys 00:04:28
  13. Conclusion
    1. Wrap up 00:02:45
  14. Credits
    1. About this Author 00:02:13