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LIVE LAB:

CompTIA Linux+ XK0-004

Practical exercises in a live environment to help you get real-world, hands-on experience.

Overview

The CompTIA Linux+ Practice Lab will provide you with the necessary platform to gain hands on skills in Linux operating systems. By completing the lab tasks you will improve your practical skills in configuring, monitoring and supporting servers running the Linux OS, applying/acquiring the appropriate permissions and ownership, summarizing best practices, analyze and troubleshoot issues within Linux and deploying and executing scripts. These same tasks will help you understand the objectives and competencies required by the CompTIA Linux+ (XK0-004) certification exam.

Vendor:   CompTIA
Vendor Id:   XK0-004
Version:   1
Level:   Entry
Learning Time:   3810  Minutes

Exercises

  1. Design Hard Disk Layout
  2. Exercises:
    • Introduction
    • Lab Topology
    • Exercise 1 - Design Hard Disk Layout
    • Review
  3. Create Partitions and Filesystems
  4. Exercises:
    • Introduction
    • Lab Topology
    • Exercise 1- Create Partitions and Filesystems
    • Review
  5. Using Various Disk Management Tools
  6. Exercises:
    • Introduction
    • Lab Topology
    • Exercise 1 - Using Various Disk Management Tools
    • Review
  7. Working with Kernel, Boot Modules, and Files
  8. Exercises:
    • Introduction
    • Lab Topology
    • Exercise 1 - Working with the Kernel Commands
    • Review
  9. Working with Relative and Absolute Paths
  10. Exercises:
    • Introduction
    • Lab Topology
    • Exercise 1 - Working with Relative and Absolute Paths
    • Review
  11. Work with the Flow Control Constructs
  12. Exercises:
    • Introduction
    • Lab Topology
    • Exercise 1 - Work with the Flow Control Constructs
    • Review
  13. Control Mounting and Unmounting of Filesystems
  14. Exercises:
    • Introduction
    • Lab Topology
    • Exercise 1 - Configure User Mountable Removable Filesystems
    • Review
  15. View the Hard Drive Details
  16. Exercises:
    • Introduction
    • Lab Topology
    • Exercise 1 - View the Hard Drive Details
    • Review
  17. Check and Repair Filesystems
  18. Exercises:
    • Introduction
    • Lab Topology
    • Exercise 1 - Check and Repair Filesystems
    • Review
  19. Using RPM and YUM Package Management
  20. Exercises:
    • Introduction
    • Lab Topology
    • Exercise 1 - Use RPM and YUM Package Management
    • Review
  21. Using Debian Package Management
  22. Exercises:
    • Introduction
    • Lab Topology
    • Exercise 1 - Using Debian Package Management
    • Review
  23. Using Repositories
  24. Exercises:
    • Introduction
    • Lab Topology
    • Exercise 1 - Using Repositories
    • Review
  25. Managing User and Group Accounts and Related System Files
  26. Exercises:
    • Introduction
    • Lab Topology
    • Exercise 1 - Manage User and Group Accounts and Related System Files
    • Review
  27. Run User Level Queries
  28. Exercises:
    • Introduction
    • Lab Topology
    • Exercise 1 - Execute User-level Queries
    • Review
  29. Managing Disk Quotas
  30. Exercises:
    • Introduction
    • Lab Topology
    • Exercise 1 - Manage Disk Quotas
    • Review
  31. Working with Bash Profiles and Bash Scripts
  32. Exercises:
    • Introduction
    • Lab Topology
    • Exercise 1 - Working with Bash Profiles and Bash Scripts
    • Review
  33. Setup Host Security
  34. Exercises:
    • Introduction
    • Lab Topology
    • Exercise 1 - Setup Host Security
    • Review
  35. Perform Basic File Editing Operations Using vi
  36. Exercises:
    • Introduction
    • Lab Topology
    • Exercise 1 - Perform Basic File Editing Operations Using vi
    • Review
  37. Search Text Files using Regular Expressions
  38. Exercises:
    • Introduction
    • Lab Topology
    • Exercise 1 - Search Text Files using Regular Expressions
    • Review
  39. Using Shell Input and Output Redirections
  40. Exercises:
    • Introduction
    • Lab Topology
    • Exercise 1 - Using Shell Input and Output Redirections
    • Review
  41. Install and Configure a Web Server
  42. Exercises:
    • Introduction
    • Lab Topology
    • Exercise 1 - Install and Configure a Web Server
    • Review
  43. Performing Basic File Management
  44. Exercises:
    • Introduction
    • Lab Topology
    • Exercise 1 - Perform Basic File Management
    • Review
  45. Amending Hard and Symbolic Links
  46. Exercises:
    • Introduction
    • Lab Topology
    • Exercise 1 - Create and Change Hard and Symbolic Links
    • Review
  47. Find System Files and Place Files in the Correct Location
  48. Exercises:
    • Introduction
    • Lab Topology
    • Exercise 1 - Find Files and Commands on a Linux System
    • Review
  49. Use Systemctl and update-rc.d Utility to Manage Services
  50. Exercises:
    • Introduction
    • Lab Topology
    • Exercise 1 - Use Systemctl and update-rc.d utility to manage services
    • Review
  51. Configuring Host Names
  52. Exercises:
    • Introduction
    • Lab Topology
    • Exercise 1 - Configure Host Names
    • Review
  53. Change Runlevels and Shutdown or Reboot System
  54. Exercises:
    • Introduction
    • Lab Topology
    • Exercise 1 - Change Runlevels and Shut down or Reboot System
    • Review
  55. Maintain System Time
  56. Exercises:
    • Introduction
    • Lab Topology
    • Exercise 1 - Maintain System Time
    • Review
  57. Configure Client Side DNS
  58. Exercises:
    • Introduction
    • Lab Topology
    • Exercise 1 - Configure Client-side DNS
    • Review
  59. Configure System Logging
  60. Exercises:
    • Introduction
    • Lab Topology
    • Exercise 1 - Configure System Logging
    • Review
  61. Mail Transfer Agent (MTA) Basics
  62. Exercises:
    • Introduction
    • Lab Topology
    • Exercise 1 - Mail Transfer Agent (MTA) Basics
    • Review
  63. Automate System Administration Tasks by Scheduling Jobs
  64. Exercises:
    • Introduction
    • Lab Topology
    • Exercise 1 - Automate System Administration Tasks by Scheduling Jobs
    • Review
  65. Create, Monitor and Kill Processes
  66. Exercises:
    • Introduction
    • Lab Topology
    • Exercise 1 - Create, Monitor and Kill Processes
    • Review
  67. Manage Printers and Printing
  68. Exercises:
    • Introduction
    • Lab Topology
    • Exercise 1 - Manage Printers and Printing
    • Review
  69. Accessibility
  70. Exercises:
    • Introduction
    • Lab Topology
    • Exercise 1 - Configure Accessibility
    • Review
  71. Manage File Permissions and Ownership
  72. Exercises:
    • Introduction
    • Lab Topology
    • Exercise 1 - Manage File Permissions and Ownership
    • Review
  73. Perform Security Administration Tasks
  74. Exercises:
    • Introduction
    • Lab Topology
    • Exercise 1 - Perform Security Administration Tasks
    • Review
  75. Working with Access Control List
  76. Exercises:
    • Introduction
    • Lab Topology
    • Exercise 1 - Working with Access Control List
    • Review
  77. Configure SELinux
  78. Exercises:
    • Introduction
    • Lab Topology
    • Exercise 1 - Configure SELinux
    • Review
  79. Maintain the Integrity of Filesystems
  80. Exercises:
    • Introduction
    • Lab Topology
    • Exercise 1 - Maintain the Integrity of Filesystems
    • Review
  81. Work with Pluggable Authentication Modules (PAM)
  82. Exercises:
    • Introduction
    • Lab Topology
    • Exercise 1 - Work with Pluggable Authentication Modules (PAM)
    • Review
  83. Secure Communication using SSH
  84. Exercises:
    • Introduction
    • Lab Topology
    • Exercise 1 - Secure Communication Using SSH
    • Review
  85. Securing Data with Encryption
  86. Exercises:
    • Introduction
    • Lab Topology
    • Exercise 1 - Securing Data with Encryption
    • Review
  87. Work with TTY
  88. Exercises:
    • Introduction
    • Lab Topology
    • Exercise 1 - Work with TTYs
    • Review
  89. Set up SFTP to Chroot Jail only for Specific Group
  90. Exercises:
    • Introduction
    • Lab Topology
    • Exercise 1 - Set Up SFTP to Chroot Jail only for a Specific Group
    • Review
  91. Secure a Linux Terminal and Implement Logging Services
  92. Exercises:
    • Introduction
    • Lab Topology
    • Exercise 1 - Secure a Linux Terminal and Implement Logging Services
    • Review
  93. Boot the System
  94. Exercises:
    • Introduction
    • Lab Topology
    • Exercise 1 - Boot the System
    • Review
  95. Configure UFW and DenyHosts
  96. Exercises:
    • Introduction
    • Lab Topology
    • Exercise 1 - Install and Configure UFW
    • Exercise 2 - Install and Configure DenyHosts
    • Review
  97. Compress Data Using Various Tools and Utilities
  98. Exercises:
    • Introduction
    • Lab Topology
    • Exercise 1 - Compress Data Using Various Tools and Utilities
    • Review
  99. Process Text Streams using Filters
  100. Exercises:
    • Introduction
    • Lab Topology
    • Exercise 1 - Process Text Streams using Filters
    • Review
  101. Basic Network Troubleshooting
  102. Exercises:
    • Introduction
    • Lab Topology
    • Exercise 1 - Basic Network Troubleshooting
    • Review
  103. Use Streams Pipes and Redirects
  104. Exercises:
    • Introduction
    • Lab Topology
    • Exercise 1 - Use Streams, Pipes, and Redirects
    • Review
  105. Perform CPU Monitoring and Configuration
  106. Exercises:
    • Introduction
    • Lab Topology
    • Exercise 1 - Perform CPU Monitoring
    • Review
  107. Perform Memory Monitoring and Configuration
  108. Exercises:
    • Introduction
    • Lab Topology
    • Exercise 1 - Perform Memory Monitoring
    • Review
  109. Perform Process Monitoring
  110. Exercises:
    • Introduction
    • Lab Topology
    • Exercise 1 - Perform Process Monitoring
    • Review
  111. Modify Process Execution Priorities
  112. Exercises:
    • Introduction
    • Lab Topology
    • Exercise 1 - Modify Process Execution Priorities
    • Review
  113. Manage File and Directory Permissions
  114. Exercises:
    • Introduction
    • Lab Topology
    • Exercise 1 - Manage File and Directory Permissions
    • Review
  115. Access the Linux System
  116. Exercises:
    • Introduction
    • Lab Topology
    • Exercise 1 - Access the Linux System
    • Review
  117. Configure Inheritance and Group Memberships
  118. Exercises:
    • Introduction
    • Lab Topology
    • Exercise 1 - Configure Inheritance and Group Memberships
    • Review
  119. Patch the System
  120. Exercises:
    • Introduction
    • Lab Topology
    • Exercise 1 - Patch the System
    • Review
  121. Working with the Environment Variables
  122. Exercises:
    • Introduction
    • Lab Topology
    • Exercise 1 - Working with the Environment Variables
    • Review
  123. Shells, Scripting and Data Management
  124. Exercises:
    • Introduction
    • Lab Topology
    • Exercise 1 - Customize and Use the Shell Environment
    • Exercise 2 - SQL Data Management
    • Review
  125. Customize or Write Simple Scripts
  126. Exercises:
    • Introduction
    • Lab Topology
    • Exercise 1 - Customize or Write Simple Scripts
    • Review
  127. Configure Permissions on Files and Directories
  128. Exercises:
    • Introduction
    • Lab Topology
    • Exercise 1 - Configure Permissions on Files and Directories
    • Review
  129. Work with PKI
  130. Exercises:
    • Introduction
    • Lab Topology
    • Exercise 1 - Create a Self-signed Certificate
    • Review
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