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The new 2005 Linux+ exam demands more experience and knowledge, focuses more strongly on installation and configuration, and now has a huge security component. You need a study guide focused on CompTIA’s revamped objectives, and longtime Linux expert Roderick W. Smith has written a very good one.
Linux+ Study Guide, Third Edition covers every exam objective, from installing multimedia options to configuring boot managers, from repairing packages to implementing DNS. Smith’s solid new chapter on security covers firewalls, TCP wrappers, xinetd, intrusion detection with Snort, break-in monitoring with Tripwire, auditing, limiting user logins, and more.
In addition to 20 review questions after every chapter, you get 150 questions in electronic flashcard format, two 65-question bonus exams, and the whole book on PDF -- so you can study anywhere your PC or notebook can go. Bill Camarda, from the April 2005 Read Only