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The LPIC-q Linux Administrator exam measures your ability to manage real world Linux system administration. The exam covers maintenance tasks on the command line, installing and configuring a computer running Linux and configuring basic networking. This learning path covers objectives from each domain to ensure you're prepared to perform real-world Linux administration tasks and pass the LPIC-1 Linux administration exam.
Learn how to install and configure a computer running Linux.
Cert Prep: LPIC-1 Exam 101 (Version 5.0) with Grant McWilliams
Jump-start your career as a Linux administrator by earning the LPIC-1 certification. Review key objectives as you prepare to take and pass LPIC-1 exam 101, version 5.0.
7h 14m • COURSE
Cert Prep LPIC-1 Exam 102 (Version 5.0) with Grant McWilliams
Prepare to ace LPIC-1 exam 102, version 5.0. This course covers all of the exam objectives, from shells and shell scripting to networking fundamentals.
5h 21m • COURSE
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Grant McWilliams is a consultant, speaker, writer, professor, and developer specializing in Linux and open source.
He's been a college professor for 15 years teaching at Bellevue College, Shoreline Community College, and Edmonds Community College. He's also provided custom training and curriculum for Boeing, Panasonic, Thales, and many other Fortune 500 corporations. His training focuses entirely on open-source and Linux technologies.
His consulting company, Sound Linux Training and Consulting, has been in business for 25 years and specializes in creating custom solutions using open-source technologies. These have included Linux-based in-flight entertainment systems and massively scaled Xen hypervisor near-embedded platforms, as well as cloud, virtual and physical security scanning, and penetration testing appliances.
His public speaking engagements include LinuxCon (New Orleans, 2013), Xen Project User Summit (NYC, 2014), and LinuxFest Northwest (Bellingham, WA, 2004–2011). His technical writing and editing achievements include writing documentation and man pages for Citrix XenServer via the Xenapi Admin Project.