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CompTIA Linux+

Linux has grown into an industry-leading software and service delivery platform that is used for everything from super computers and Web servers to virtualised systems and your Android phone. This growth creates a high demand for qualified Linux professionals.






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    Linux course teaches students how to install, configure and maintain a Linux system in a networked environment. Students will not only learn to perform basic administrative tasks such as adding and managing users, creating and maintaining file systems, developing and implementing a security policy, and performing software installation and package management, but will also learn to perform Linux network-related tasks, including installing and supporting SSH, NFS, Samba, DNS, DHCP, and the Apache Web server. Comprehensive hands on exercises are integrated throughout to reinforce learning and develop real competency.

     

    Prerequisites:

    No prerequisite stated by CompTIA specifically but the following would be very handy to have;

    Recommended Knowledge: Experience with common UNIX/Linux user-level commands, such as for moving, copying and editing files. Attendance at HOTT’s UNIX/Linux Fundamentals are recommended nut not Essential.

     

    CompTIA Certified Exam:

    Exam Name: CompTIA Linux +

    Exam Code = LXO – 103 AND LXO 104

    OR

    Exam Name: LPI Server Professional

    Exam Code = LPIC1 – 101 AND LPIC1 – 102

     

    Course & Exam Objectives:

    The CompTIA Linux+ [Powered by LPI] certification is a vendor neutral credential. In order to receive CompTIA Linux+ certification, a candidate must pass two exams. The second exam is CompTIA Linux+ [Powered by LPI] exam number LX0-104. This exam measures the remaining competencies (beyond those in exam number LX0-103) required by a junior level Linux administrator, as described in the exam objectives below.

     

    Exam Objectives: LXO – 103

    • System Architecture
    • Linux Installation and Package Management
    • GNU and Unix Commands
    • Devices, Linux Filesystems, Filesystem Hierarchy Standard

     

    Exam Objectives: LXO – 104

    • Shells, Scripting and Data Management
    • User Interfaces and Desktops
    • Administrative Tasks
    • Essential System Services
    • Networking Fundamentals
    • Security

     

    Exam Details:

    • Number of questions: 60 per exam.
    • Types of questions: Multiple choices with 4–5 options (single or multiple answers) and fill-in-the-blank questions. Mostly straightforward questions, but expect items that ask you to read an exhibit and answer a question.
    • Passing score: 500 (from a scale of 200–800).
    • Time limit: 90 minutes.

    You will learn how to?

    • Installing a Linux operating system and configuring peripherals
    • Performing and modifying startup and shutdown processes
    • Setting up and maintaining basic networking
    • Populating the system with users and groups
    • Setting specific file permissions on directories and regular files
    • Performing maintenance on file systems
    • Managing running processes
    • Automating daily tasks
    • Performing backups and restoration of files
    • Troubleshooting system problems
    • Analyzing and taking measures to increase system performance
    • Working with the X Windows interface
    • Configuring networked file systems
    • Deploying a working Web server configuration
    • Sharing files with a Windows SMB protocol
    • Configuring DHCP services
    • Configuring DNS services
    • Implementing security measures

     

    Job Opportunities                                        

    http://www.indeed.co.uk/Linux-System-Administrator-jobs-in-Scotland

    http://www.cwjobs.co.uk/jobs/linux/in-scotland

    http://www.totaljobs.com/jobs/linux/in-scotland

    https://www.adzuna.co.uk/jobs/scotland/linux-administrator

     

    Job Roles

    1. Linux Server Administrator
    2. Linux Server Support Engineer
    3. Linux Server Support Technician
    4. Linux System Technician
    5. Linux System Programmer
    6. Linux System Engineer
    7. Linus Support Engineer
    8. IT Systems Engineer

     

    Our Courses & Training Classes Suit the following

    The IT training classes which we are currently offering are suitable for a wide range of candidates including:

    • School leavers
    • Adult returnees to education
    • Individuals who are in employment and wish to enhance their career prospects
    • Individuals who wish to start a new career in IT
    • Individuals who wants to get promotion at work
    • Individuals who wants to upgrade in their IT skills
    • Any Age group
    • Diversity

     

    Teaching Staff:

    ITPT has a big team of experts and passionate professional instructors whose services in IT industry are splendid, they all are very well known to the IT vendors and also certified academy instructors of CompTIA, Cisco, Oracle, Microsoft, CEH, Security and SQA. They are also certified assessors, invigilators, markers and internal verifiers.

    ITPT teaching staff has years of experience in IT Training, We always strive to deliver a unique study experience to our students. ITPT work closely with the current and updated curriculum and customised courses which meets the objectives of students and professionals.

    Since we believe that member of staff are the key to delivering top-notch services, ITPT has put in place a strict recruitment process by which only the IT qualified and master-degree holders can be considered to work for ITPT.  All of our personnel hold a master degree in IT field and they are also accredited & recognised by different IT Vendors to congregate their requirements.

    We also ensure that our staff qualification is up to date so we have a policy of equipping our staff with the latest IT technology as soon as it comes out.

     

    What ITPT will be providing?

    • Course materials.
    • Lab based experience.
    • Access to ITPT Students Website Portal
    • Volunteer work experience (provided if offer by any of our IT Support Associates)
    • In house course completion certificate will be awarded on completion.
    • Work experience letter will be given on completion if attended.
    • One to one interaction with the instructor (for special required students)
    • Disabled candidates accommodations
    • CV building help.
    • Job hunting help is aligned with our courses
    • Course Completion Certificate at the end of the course

     

    Student Support: available while studying

    We have made available diverse and flexible learning methods to accommodate a wider variety of learners:

    • Support Available for Instructor led, blended & distance learning are:
    1. Direct telephone support with allocated mentor (only during working hours)
    2. Email support
    3. Skype support (D/L)
    4. ITPT Student Portal that can be accessed via ITPT Website
    5. Virtual Classes (launching soon so the student can benefit from the remote places)
    6. Study Materials (Hard Copy)
    7. Online materials (Soft copy)
    8. Work shop
    9. Community Chat
    10. Web Community Forums
    11. Instructor Slides available on our students portal
    12. Expert Advice
    13. Group Project (Team Work)

     

    Classes Duration

    This course will be delivered 1-2 days a week, 7-15 hours a week, one full classroom but not more than 8 students per class. We believe in quality not in quantity so we endeavour to do our best to have precise quantity per class so an instructor can concentrate accordingly or if we have more than 8 students per class then we always put a lab assistant to help out the instructor.

    Please do remember the above course is instructor led training programme followed by hands on live labs, so the attendance is required.

    System Administration Overview

    • UNIX, Linux and Open Source
    • Duties of the System Administrator
    • Superusers and the Root Login
    • Sharing Superuser Privileges with Others (su and sudo Commands)
    • TCP/IP Networking Fundamentals
    • Online Help

    Installation and Configuration

    • Planning: Hardware and Software Considerations
    • Site Planning
    • Installation Methods and Types
    • Installation Classes
    • Partitions
    • Logical Volume Manager – LVM
    • File System Overview
    • Swap Partition Considerations
    • Other Partition Considerations
    • The Linux Boot Loader: grub
    • Software Package Selection
    • Adding and Configuring Peripherals
    • Printers
    • Graphics Controllers
    • Basic Networking Configuration
    • Booting to Recovery Mode

    Booting and Shutting Down Linux

    • Boot Sequence
    • The upstart Daemon
    • System Startup and Shutdown Scripts
    • The Traditional /etc/inittab File
    • Run Levels
    • The chkconfig Command
    • The service Command
    • Network Adapters
    • Shutdown Commands
    • Handling Power Failures

    Managing Software and Devices

    • Identifying Software Packages
    • Using rpm to Manage Software
    • Using yum to Manage Software
    • Installing and Removing Software
    • Identifying Devices
    • Displaying Device and System Information (PCI, USB)
    • Plug and Play Devices
    • Device Configuration Tools

    X Window System Administration

    • X Window System Introduction
    • Configuring Xorg
    • Utilities for Configuring X Windows
    • Window Managers
    • Desktop Environments

    Managing Users and Groups

    • Setting Policies
    • User File Management
    • The /etc/passwd file
    • The /etc/shadow file
    • The /etc/group file
    • The /etc/gshadow file
    • Adding Users
    • Modifying User Accounts
    • Deleting User Accounts
    • Working with Groups
    • Setting User Environments
    • Login Configuration Files

    The Linux File System

    • Filesystem Types
    • Conventional Directory Structure
    • Mounting a File System
    • The /etc/fstab File
    • Special Files (Device Files)
    • Inodes
    • Hard File Links
    • Soft File Links
    • Creating New File Systems with mkfs
    • The lost+found Directory
    • Repairing File Systems with fsck
    • The Journaling Attribute
    • File and Disk Management Tools

    Linux File Security

    • File Permissions
    • Directory Permissions
    • Octal Representation
    • Changing Permissions
    • Setting Default Permissions
    • Access Control Lists (ACLs)
    • The getfacl and setfacl commands
    • SUID Bit
    • SGID Bit
    • The Sticky Bit

    Working with the Linux Kernel

    • Linux Kernel Components
    • Types of Kernels
    • Kernel Configuration Options
    • Recompiling the Kernel

    Shell and Perl Scripting

    • Shell Script Fundamentals
    • Bash Shell Syntax Overview
    • Shell Script Examples
    • Fundamentals of Perl
    • Using Perl for Administration
    • Perl Script Examples

    Controlling Processes

    • Characteristics of Processes
    • Parent-Child Relationship
    • Examining Running Processes
    • Background Processes
    • Controlling Processes
    • Signaling Processes
    • Killing Processes
    • Automating Processes
    • cron and crontab
    • at and batch
    • System Processes (Daemons)

    System Backups

    • Backup Concepts and Strategies
    • User Backups with tar and cpio
    • System Backup Options
    • The dump and restore Commands

    Troubleshooting the System

    • Common Problems and Symptoms
    • Troubleshooting Steps
    • Repairing General Boot Problems
    • Repairing Boot Problems
    • Repairing the GRUB Boot Loader
    • Memory Allocation
    • Hard Drive Problems
    • Configuring Shared Libraries
    • System Logs
    • System Logging with ryslogd

    Basic Networking

    • TCP/IP Fundamentals
    • Review of Internet Addressing
    • Network Services Overview
    • Commonly Available Services
    • Fundamental Network Configuration Files
    • Network Control Scripts and Daemons
    • Enabling Services Using xinetd

    The Apache Web Server

    • What is Apache?
    • Configuring the Apache Web Server
    • Common Directives
    • Apache Virtual Hosting

    DHCP and DNS

    • Implementing the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)
    • DHCP Configuration with Fixed and Leased Addresses
    • Purpose of DNS
    • Configuring DNS (bind)
    • The rndc Command
    • Zone Files
    • Running the named Daemon
    • Legacy Networking Commands: telnet, ftp, rsh, rlogin, rcp
    • Installing and Configuring Secure Shell (ssh)

    Introduction to System Security

    • Security Overview
    • Maintaining System Security
    • Server Access
    • Physical Security
    • Network Security
    • Security Tools
    • Port Probing with nmap
    • Intrusion Detection and Prevention
    • PAM Security Modules
    • Scanning the System
    • Maintaining File Integrity
    • Using Firewalls
    • Packet Filtering with iptables
    • Masquerading with iptables

    The Samba File Sharing Facility

    • Using Samba to Connect Homogeneous File Systems (Linux-to-Linux)
    • Using Samba to Connect Heterogeneous File Systems (Linux-to-Windows)
    • Configuring Samba
    • Uing the smbclient Command
    • Mounting SMB Shares

    Networked File Systems (NFS)

    • Using NFS to Access Remote File Systems
    • Configuring the NFS Server
    • Configuring the NFS Client
    • Exporting File Systems from the NFS Server to the NFS Client

    Funding Available:

    This course is FREE (SAAS part-time funding) to anyone who is on benefits or earning £25,000 or less, given that they have not used SAAS/ILA funding towards any other course/training in the last 12 months.

    Those in receipt of following benefits are automatically eligible:

    • Jobseekers allowance
    • Income support
    • Incapacity Benefit/Employment Support Allowance
    • Child Tax Credit (minimum rate)
    • Pension Credit

    Apply for course funding 

    Our Courses are fully funded by SAAS: Student Awards Agency for Scotland

    Please visit the SAAS website www.saas.gov.uk to see your eligibility.

    Download: SAAS Part Time Funding Guide, Part Time Forms

    Read: Part Time Students Eligibility Criteria, Disabled students’ allowance (DSA)


    For Students who don’t qualify for the above fundings:

    How much this course will cost?

    If for any reason you do not qualify for SAAS funding our fees are as follows for students living  in UK or the European Union:

    Linux+

    2016-17

    Vender Neutral (can be paid in instalments)  £400+ VAT
    SQA Accredited (PDA) (can be paid in instalments)  £400

     Fees are payable in advance at the start of course unless otherwise agreed.

    We also provide flexible fee instalments to help students in paying their fee.

    There are a number of other funding opportunities available to UK and EU students to help them to pay for their studies. Contact the college for more details.


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