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CompTIA Linux+ XK0-004 Certification Exam

Video Introducing this tutorial

1. About This Course
2. About the Certification Exam
3. About the Author
4. The Linux Boot Process
5. Legacy GRUB
6. GRUB2
7. Interacting with the Boot Loader
8. initramfs
9. Other Boot Options
10. Working with Kernel Modules
100. PAM and LDAP
101. SSH Basics
102. SSH Configuration
103. SSH and TCPWrappers
11. More Kernel Module Commands
12. Dealing with a Kernel Panic
13. Networking Fundamentals
14. NetworkManager
15. Legacy Networking Tools
16. Testing Connectivity
17. The Basics of DNS Resolution from Linux
18. Bonding and Link Aggregation
19. Pseudo (Virtual) Filesystems
20. Main Filesystem Locations
21. Filesystem Hierarchy Standard
22. Legacy MBR Partitions
23. GPT Partitions
24. Swap Partitions
25. Creating Linux Filesystems
26. Understanding Mount Points
27. Mounting and Unmounting Filesystems
28. Maintaining a Filesystem
29. Disk Space Usage
30. Working with the System_s Locale
31. Time and Date on a Linux System
32. The Advanced Package Manager (apt)
33. Using Debian Package (dpkg)
34. The Yellowdog Updater, Modified (yum)
35. The Red Hat Package Manager (rpm)
36. DNF and Zypper
37. Managing Shared Libraries
38. The Primary Linux Desktops
39. Assistive Technologies on the Linux Desktop
40. The Basics of X11
41. Remote Graphical Connections
42. Investigating Hardware
43. The Common Unix Printing System (CUPS)
44. The Line Printer Daemon
45. Adding and Removing Users
46. Adding and Removing Groups
47. User and Group Configuration Files
48. User and Group Modifications
49. Securing Local Logins
50. Your Bash Shell Environment
51. Setting Up the Shell Environment
52. Customizing the Shell Environment
53. Bash History and the Man Pages
54. Cron
55. At
56. Systemd Timer Unit Files
57. Working with Directories
58. Working with Files
59. File Globbing
60. Introduction to Regular Expressions
61. Using Regular Expression Tools
62. Understanding Links
63. Finding Files
64. Understanding Standard Input, Output, and Error
65. Finding Commands on a Linux System
66. Redirecting Output to the Screen and a File
67. File and Folder Compression
68. Using the Nano Text Editor
69. Using the ViVim Text Editor
70. init
71. Red Hat Service Tools
72. Upstart
73. Systemd
74. systemctl
75. Basics of a Unit File
76. Target Unit Files
77. Service Unit Files
78. Timer Unit Files
79. Reviewing the State of Your System
80. Monitoring Processes
81. Keeping a Process Running
82. Core Network Servers
83. Infrastructure Servers
84. Monitoring and Security Servers
85. Common Server Systems for Client Use
86. Basic File and Folder Permissions
87. Modifying Basic Permissions
88. Modifying Advanced Permissions
89. Default Permissions
90. Overview of SELinux
91. SELinux Configurations
92. SELinux Policy
93. SELinux Tools
94. AppArmor
95. Elevating Privileges
96. Sudo Configuration
97. User Account Types
98. PAM Basics
99. PAM Configuration