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Complete with extensive chapter summaries and end-of-chapter review questions, "Linux+ 2005 In Depth" serves as a practical guide that maps completely to CompTIA's 2005 Linux+ certification objectives and is designed to prepare readers to successfully pass the exam. The topics introduced in this book-and covered in the certification exam-are geared toward systems administration; however, they are also well suited for those who plan to use or develop programs for Linux systems.
1. Introduction to Linux 2. Preparing for Linux Installation 3. Linux Installation and Usage 4. Exploring Linux Filesystems 5. Linux Filesystem Management 6. Linux Filesystem Administration 7. Advanced Installation 8. Working with the BASH Shell 9. System Initialization 10. The X Window System 11. Managing Linux Processes 12. Common Administrative Tasks 13. Compression, System Backup, and Software Installation 14. Troubleshooting and Performance 15. Linux Networking Appendices A: Certification B: The GNU Public License C: Finding Linux Resources on the Internet
Posted February 28, 2006
Generally a decent volume, but the authors might want to hire a pfrordeoar or publish it anonymously. Several incorrect answers to review questions. This is supposed to be a HELP book for Certification, when the answers are so blatantly incorrect it casts a suspect eye on the rest of the work. I wish I had an alternative to recommend but I've only just begun the course.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.