Steven Pritchard avec [(LPI Linux Certification in a Nutshell)] [By (author) Steven Pritchard ] published on (August, 2006)
"LPI Linux Certification in a Nutshell, Second Edition" is an invaluable resource for determining what you need to practice to pass the Linux Professional Institute exams. This book will help you determine when you're ready to take the exams, which are technically challenging and designed to reflect the skills that administrators need in real working environments. As more corporations adopt Linux as the networking backbone for their IT systems, the demand for certified technicians will become even greater. Passing the LPI exams will broaden your career options because the LPIC is the most widely known and respected Linux certification program in the world. Linux Journal recognized the LPI as the best Training and Certification Program. The exams were developed by the Linux Professional Institute, an international, volunteer-driven organization with affiliates in a dozen countries. The core LPI exams cover two levels. Level 1 tests a basic knowledge of Linux installation, configuration, and command-line skills. Level 2 goes into much more depth regarding system troubleshooting and network services such as email and the Web. The second edition of "LPI Linux Certification in a Nutshell" is a thoroughly researched reference to these exams. The book is divided into four parts, one for each of the LPI exams. Each part features not only a summary of the core skills you need, but sample exercises and test questions, along with helpful hints to let you focus your energies. Major topics include: GNU and Unix commands; Linux installation and package management; Devices, file systems, and kernel configuration; Text editing, processing, and printing; The X Window System; Networking fundamentals and troubleshooting; Security, including intrusion detection, SSH, Kerberos, and more; DNS, DHCP, file sharing, and other networking infrastructure; and Email, FTP, and Web services.