Operating Systems II – C698

This course will help the student master installation, configuration, and troubleshooting for one of the world’s leading open source operating systems: Linux. Linux is widely used in different industries for all kinds of functions including web servers, firewalls, and graphic design, and provides robust functionality and a stable, secure environment that is not often found in any other client operating system. Mastering this operating system will help the student become an expert in information technology and a savvy user. Successfully passing the this course will earn the student the second half of the Linux+ certification from CompTIA.

Recommended Experience: Passed Linux+ Part 1 LX0-103, A+, Network+ and at least 12 months of Linux administration experience.

Course Competencies

  • System Performance and Reliability: The graduate can monitor and optimize system performance and reliability.
  • Desktop Environment: The graduate can configure and troubleshoot the desktop environment.
  • Network Protocols and Services: The graduate can implement, manage, and troubleshoot network protocols and services.
  • System Security: The graduate can configure, manage, and troubleshoot security.

Course Textbooks

LPIC-1 Linux Professional Institute Certification Study Guide: Exam 101-400 and Exam 102-400. ISBN 978-1119021186


Successfully completing this course means passing the Linux+ LX0-104 which is the second half of the Linux+ certification from CompTIA. The Linux+ certification qualifies the student for a Linux System Administrator, Systems Administrator or Cyber Security Engineer position.

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