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Introduction to Linux 1

Gain the skills needed to perform maintenance tasks on the command line, install and configure a computer running Linux and configure basic networking.

Course Details

Are you an IT professional looking to advance your career and increase expertise? Or a recent grad just starting an IT career? You can set yourself apart with experience and foundational knowledge of Linux. When you have recognized certifications and verifiable knowledge on your resume, you get through the Human Resources firewall and boost your resume to the top of the candidate stack. Certification can mean better job opportunities and increased income potential. NDG Linux courses are the fastest and most effective way to acquire proven Linux skills and get certified.

  • Learn in-demand Linux skills and differentiate yourself in the job market for System Administrator or other IT roles. NDG Linux I is your first step toward certification.
  • Aligned to Linux Professional Institute’s exams objectives for LPIC-1 Server Professional Certification and CompTIA’s Linux+ powered by LPI.
  • Stepping-stone to advanced certification exams that require Linux command skills like the Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA).
  • Each course includes content and a live Linux environment. All you need is a web browser.

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  • Offered through Cisco Networking Academy
  • Certification

    LPIC-1: System Administrator

    To obtain the LPIC-1 certification, you must pass Exam 101 and 102. This course is designed to prepare you for Exam 101, which covers:

    • System Architecture
    • Linux Installation and Package Management
    • GNU and Unix Commands
    • Devices, Linux File systems, File system Hierarchy Standards

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    Introduction to Linux I is available through Cisco Networking Academy as an instructor-led or self-paced course. Demo Content

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  • Offered through Cisco Networking Academy