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Study Guide for LPIC-1 Exam 102

Video Description

Obtaining a Linux administrator LPIC-1 certification requires that you pass two exams offered by the Linux Professional Institute: The LPIC-1 101-400 and the LPIC-1 102-400. This course prepares you to pass the LPIC-1 102-400. It's targeted at learners who've used Linux for at least a year, who have a basic understanding of Linux commands, and who've either prepared for or already passed the LPIC-1 101 exam.

Taught in a clear and easy to understand manner by a Linux pro with more than 25 years of experience, the course will help you earn your LPIC-1 certification and become a professional Linux administrator.

  • Move ahead in your career path to become a certified LPIC-1 Linux administrator
  • Learn everything you need to know to pass part two of the two part LPIC-1 exam
  • Designed for learners who've already prepared for or passed part one of the LPIC-1 exam
  • Covers all of the Linux Professional Institute's LPIC-1 exam 102-400 course objectives
  • Prepares you to manage Linux systems like Red Hat, Debian, SUSA, Kali, and more
Ted Jordan has more than 25 years of Linux and Unix programming and training experience working for companies such as General Motors, Silicon Graphics, and Sun Microsystems. He now leads Funutation Tech Camp, a Massachusetts based company that's taught more than 25,000 children how to write computer games, program battle robots, and build websites. Ted earned an MS in Mechanical Engineering from UC Berkeley. He holds the LPIC-1, Linux+, SUSE CLA Linux Administrator, Network+, A+, Security+, Solaris Administrator, and Certified Ethical Hacker certifications.

Table of Contents

  1. Introduction
    1. Course Introduction 00:04:06
    2. About The Author 00:02:08
    3. Study Strategies And Key Improvements 00:02:56
    4. Create A Working Environment 00:01:39
    5. More Study Strategies 00:02:35
    6. Welcome Summary 00:02:34
  2. User Environment
    1. Using Variables 00:04:29
    2. Using Aliases 00:01:45
    3. Using Functions 00:01:48
    4. Viewing Variables 00:10:08
    5. Configure Login Scripts 00:03:36
    6. Exam Objectives Summary 00:01:43
  3. Shell Scripting
    1. Creating And Executing Scripts 00:05:09
    2. Using Input Parameters 00:04:47
    3. Catching User Input With Read 00:06:13
    4. Conditonal Statements With If 00:06:35
    5. Simple Conditional Statements Using Lists 00:02:39
    6. Using Case Statements 00:02:52
    7. Working With Loops 00:06:16
    8. Command Substitution 00:02:27
    9. Scripting Summary 00:03:23
  4. SQL Data Management
    1. Installing SQLite3 00:03:08
    2. Starting SQLite3 00:01:54
    3. Creating Databases & Tables 00:03:01
    4. Adding Data 00:01:42
    5. Selecting And Deleting Data 00:03:55
    6. Using Joins 00:06:37
    7. SQL Summary 00:01:40
  5. X11 And Desktops
    1. Configuring X11 00:09:12
    2. Display Variable And xhost 00:02:59
    3. Configuring LightDM 00:01:55
    4. Accessibility Features 00:03:59
    5. Summary X11 And Desktops 00:02:11
  6. Managing Users And Groups
    1. User Accounts 00:11:26
    2. User Passwords 00:04:40
    3. Working With Group Accounts 00:05:18
    4. Making Use Of The Name Service File 00:02:06
    5. Managing Users And Groups Summary 00:03:53
  7. Scheduling Tasks In Linux
    1. Using The System Cron Scheduler 00:06:47
    2. Managing User Crons 00:02:10
    3. Time Independent Jobs With Anacron 00:02:07
    4. One Time Job Scheduling With At 00:03:07
    5. Controlling Access To Cron And At 00:04:17
    6. Scheduling Tasks Summary 00:02:26
  8. Localization In Linux
    1. Using And Setting The Locale 00:03:03
    2. Using systemd And localectl 00:01:48
    3. Linux Character Sets 00:01:46
    4. The Linux Date And hwclock Commands 00:01:34
    5. Working With Timezones 00:02:26
    6. Using systemd and timedatectl 00:02:17
  9. Configuring Services
    1. Configuring Time With NTP 00:01:41
    2. Managing NTP Time 00:02:01
    3. System Logging With rsyslogd 00:05:19
    4. Rotating Log Files With Logrotate 00:02:22
    5. systemd And Journalctl 00:05:03
    6. SMTP Services 00:01:49
    7. Sending Mail From Command Line 00:02:07
    8. Define Aliases And Email Forwarding 00:02:15
    9. Configuring Printing With Cups 00:05:58
    10. Managing Cups Printing 00:01:55
    11. Summary Of Configuring Services 00:03:31
  10. Configuring The Network
    1. Getting To Know IPv4 Addresses 00:09:03
    2. Getting To Know IPv6 Addresses 00:01:57
    3. Common Network Service Addresses 00:02:13
    4. Configuring IP Addresses 00:03:51
    5. Configuring Local Hosts 00:02:16
    6. Configuring Name Resolution 00:04:11
    7. Configuring Routes 00:03:23
    8. The Network Manager 00:01:50
    9. Configuring Persistent Addresses 00:02:44
    10. Testing Remote Services 00:02:49
    11. Summary Of Configuring Network Service 00:01:37
  11. Control Linux Access
    1. Gaining Administrative Rights With Su And Sudo 00:04:16
    2. Listing Services With Netstat, Nmap And Lsof 00:03:23
    3. Auditing Login Activity With Who, W And Last 00:01:32
    4. Locating Files With The SUID Bit 00:03:14
    5. Super Daemon Services 00:02:51
    6. Control Access With TCP Wrappers 00:02:48
    7. Linux Access Summary 00:02:57
  12. Encryption
    1. Simple SSH Access 00:03:45
    2. Working With The SSH Config 00:01:48
    3. Client Public Key Authentication 00:04:04
    4. Creating GPG Keys 00:03:43
    5. Sharing Encrypted Data With GPG 00:01:55
    6. Encryption Summary 00:02:34
  13. Conclusion
    1. Course Wrap Up 00:04:39