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LPI 101

Part I The LPI 101 Module


Summary
Duration
2 Days

Vendor
LPI

Level
Introduction

Technology
Linux OS

Audience
Administrators & helpdesk technicians

Delivery Method
Instructor-led (Classroom)

Introduction:
The Linux Professional Institute (LPI) has developed its LPI-1 certification as an introductory certification for people who want to
enter into careers involving Linux technology. This certification is meant to certify that an individual has the skills necessary to
install, operate and troubleshoot a Linux system.
Topics such as the Linux command line, basic maintenance tasks and installation and configuring a workstation or server will be
covered in this course.

Prerequisites:
Before attending this course, delegates must have:

Attended the CompTIA A+ training


Or

Basic computer skills, such as how to use a keyboard and how to insert a disc into a CD-ROM drive.

If abovementioned pre-requisites are not met:


Delegates who wish to attend this training can meet the prerequisites by completing the following instructor-led training at
Torque IT:

CompTIA A+

Course objectives:
After completing the LPI 101 module, delegates will have a thorough understanding of:

System Architecture

Linux Installation and Package Management

GNU and Unix Commands

Devices, Linux File systems, File systems Hierarchy Standards

Target audience:

Anyone with little or no experience with Linux and who are seeking a fundamental understanding of the Linux operating
system
Anyone wishing to prepare for the LPI 101 exam

Course Content:
Chapter
1:
Exploring
Linux
Command-Line Tools

Understanding CommandLine Basics

Using Streams, Redirection


and Pipes

Processing
Text
Using
Filters

Using Regular Expressions


Chapter 2: Managing Software

Package Concepts

Using RPM

Using Debian Packages

Converting
Between
Package Formats

Package Dependencies and


Conflicts

Managing Shared Libraries

Managing Processes
Chapter 3: Configuring Hardware

Configuring the BIOS and


Core Hardware

Configuring
Expansion
Cards

Configuring USB Devices

Configuring Hard Disks

Designing a Hard Disk


Layout

Creating
Partitions
and
Filesystems

Maintaining
Filesystems
Health

Mounting and Unmoutning


Filesystems

Chapter 4: Managing Files

Managing Files

Managing File Ownership

Controlling Access to files

Managing Disk Quotas

Locating Files
Chapter 5: Booting Linux and
Editing Files

Installing Boot Loaders

Understanding
the
Boot
Process

Dealing with Runlevels and


Initialization Process

Editing Files with Vi

Associated Certifications & Exam


This course will prepare delegates to write the LPI 101 exam.
Successfully passing this exam will contribute to the attainment of the LPIC 1 Certification.
Upon successful completion of this course, delegates will receive a Torque IT course attendance certificate.