Livelab XK0-004: CompTIA Linux+ ICTtrainingen

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Via dit LiveLab, gericht op het CompTIA examen XK0-004: CompTIA Linux+, krijg je uitgebreide praktijkervaring met Linux-besturingssystemen.

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Via dit LiveLab, gericht op het CompTIA examen XK0-004: CompTIA Linux+, krijg je uitgebreide praktijkervaring met Linux-besturingssystemen.

Door het uitvoeren van opdrachten in een echte omgeving verbeter je je praktische kennis en vaardigheden op de diverse examenonderwerpen.

Je gaat onder andere praktijkopdrachten uitvoeren met betrekking tot het configureren, bewaken en ondersteunen van servers die het Linux OS draaien, het toepassen / verkrijgen van de juiste rechten en eigendom, samenvatten van best practices, analyseren en problemen met Linux oplossen en scripts implementeren en uitvoeren.

Uw resultaat

Je hebt uitgebreide praktijkervaring met Linux-besturingssystemen.

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  • Locations of files under the FHS
  • Use the until loop
  • Pipe the output of one command to the input of the other command
  • Discard the Output
  • Install update manually
  • View the content of a block device (blkid)
  • Change the SELinux Mode
  • Role of TCP wrappers
  • Configure client network
  • Copy ACL
  • Use wildcards for advanced file operations
  • View virtual memory statistics using vmstat
  • Manage user print queues
  • Check boot events in the log files
  • Connect With CentOS Using PuTTY
  • Manage GPT partition tables
  • Use the find command
  • Redirect Output
  • Configure Typing Assist (AccessX)
  • View filesystems (lsblk)
  • Test PAM Configuration
  • Configure Network on CentOS
  • Enable Automatic Security Updates
  • Configure hostnames using nmcli
  • Use the swapon and swapoff commands
  • Use gzip
  • Use command substitution
  • Configure firewalld to allow Apache traffic
  • Install and use the policycoreutils-gui Package
  • Use the sudo command
  • Verify the Chroot Configuration
  • Configure Network on Ubuntu
  • Install Apache Web Server
  • Enable Automatic Security Updates
  • Use various methods to view hard drive details
  • Use the tee Command
  • Manage network interfaces
  • Navigate a document using vi
  • Configure Network on CentOS
  • Manage cron and at jobs
  • Manage Apache Web Server
  • Configure the time zone
  • Change the umask of a file
  • Install Nginx
  • View SELinux Contexts for Processes, Domain Transitions, and Users
  • Use the who command
  • Configure Network on CentOS
  • Use default ACL for permission inheritance
  • Change the Default SSH Port
  • Configure file permissions
  • Use the while loop
  • Perform basic CUPS configuration (for local and remote printers)
  • Configure filesystem mounting on bootup
  • Configure Network on CentOS
  • Monitor Free Disk Space and Inodes using various commands and utilities
  • Enable and disable TTYs
  • Manage user passwords and password-aging information
  • Set up SFTP to Chroot Jail only for a Specific Group
  • Configure Advanced UFW Rules
  • Create a document using vi
  • Perform Basic Configuration for the OpenSSH Server
  • Configure Network on CentOS
  • Use the tar and cpio commands
  • Access User/group password info
  • Configure Network on CentOS
  • Perform Basic OpenSSH 2 client configuration and usage
  • Redirect standard input, standard output, and standard error
  • Use the update-rc.d utility
  • Verify the integrity of a filesystem
  • Know the Key Locations for logging
  • Manage MBR partition tables
  • Work with Immutable Files
  • Shadow passwords
  • Search for specific criteria through a file content or a filesystem
  • Configure Network on Ubuntu
  • Log into a Linux System
  • Manage shell resources
  • Verify the free and use memory for both physical and swap memory
  • Use the last command
  • Configure the syslog daemon
  • Manage a file using vi
  • Configure user mountable removable filesystems
  • Ensure the /boot partition conforms to the hardware architecture
  • Change the priority of a running process
  • Configure Various Accessibility Settings
  • Set the system date and time
  • Configure boot menu in Ubuntu
  • Set Access Modes
  • Use tar with various compression tools
  • Differentiate between absolute and relative paths
  • Use the whoami command
  • Configure the Out of Memory killer
  • Turn off network services not in use
  • Process Text Files Using Text Utility Filters
  • Set UFW Default Policy
  • Install and use perf
  • Work with Kernel and Module Files
  • Write a simple bash script
  • Use various methods to check and repair filesystems
  • Maintain skeleton directories for new user accounts
  • Configure user access to cron and at services
  • List the users logged into the system
  • View Current Status of SELinux
  • Install and Configure DenyHosts
  • List the profile scripts
  • Archive and restore ACL
  • Check Linux Kernel Version
  • Use disk partitioning tools (fdisk, parted)
  • Query remote DNS servers
  • Configure Network on CentOS
  • Configure a DNS server
  • Modify the order in which name resolution is done
  • Extract files from an RPM package
  • Perform basic file management
  • Run the ntpq command
  • Install MySQL
  • Redirect Output
  • Write Bash functions
  • Update a single package or package group
  • Reset UFW
  • Use various commands to monitor a CPU
  • Update a single package or package group
  • Alert users before switching runlevels or other major system events
  • Perform basic GnuPG management
  • Install Apache2
  • Use the su command
  • Disable Unnecessary Services
  • Add, modify, and remove users and groups
  • Change Permissions with Numbers
  • Configure hostnames using hostnamectl
  • Configure DNS servers
  • Configure a runlevel
  • Perform PAM Configuration
  • Set the command search path with the proper directory
  • Repair simple filesystem problems
  • Switch among runlevels
  • Manage hard and/or symbolic links
  • Use various access modes to maintain security
  • Use the output of one command as the input to another command
  • Create and manage special purpose and limited accounts
  • Use standard sh syntax
  • Use wildcards to manipulate data in a file
  • Use parameters
  • Browse RPM files
  • Create a Yum Repository
  • Use the for loop
  • Send the output to both stdout and a file
  • Use the test command
  • Capture user inputs in scripts
  • Understand the role of various bash related files
  • Connect to Windows from CentOS
  • Shutdown and reboot the system from the command line
  • Understand the role of OpenSSH 2 server host keys
  • Search for specific text in a file
  • Access and create e-mails
  • Understand terms and utilities
  • Redirect Input
  • Use links to support system administrative tasks
  • Know the priority of a process
  • View processes using /proc
  • Manually mount and unmount filesystems
  • Set environment variables
  • Manage access permissions
  • Manage yum configuration options
  • Verify the Last Logged in Users
  • Redirect Input
  • Use commands to check permissions (chmod, chown, chgrp)
  • Find packages containing specific files or libraries
  • Discard the Output
  • Debug network configuration issues
  • Configure Network on CentOS
  • Implement Access Control List
  • Work with the process monitoring commands (ps, pstree, top)
  • Configure network settings
  • Basic NTP configuration
  • Configure client DNS
  • Use Systemctl to manage services
  • Block ICMP Requests
  • Manage Packages using YUM
  • Manage Debian binary packages
  • Create various filesystems
  • Obtain package information
  • Obtain information on packages using YUM
  • Troubleshoot general printing problems
  • Create a self-signed certificate
  • Install UFW
  • Find files with the suid/sgid bit set
  • Configuration of logrotate
  • List the contents of a package
  • Install update manually
  • Configure anacron
  • Find files and commands on a Linux system
  • Monitor free disk-space
  • Manage file access to group members
  • Set the hardware clock
  • Configure Network on CentOS
  • Disable the root Login via SSH
  • Use the w command
  • View user quota reports
  • E-mail forwarding
  • Use bzip2
  • Use commenting
  • Use the if?else statement
  • Manage the priority of a new process
  • Connect with the OpenSSH Server
  • Use daemon-reload
  • Use the tee Command
  • Set up a disk quota for a filesystem
  • View the logind.conf File
  • Configure Sendmail
  • Test Apache Web Server traffic
  • Use xz
  • Discover open ports on a system

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