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    In this course, you’ll learn how to manage, operate, configure and maintain systems and hardware within a Linux environment.

    You’ll build knowledge on software operations, managing users, groups and services, as well as understanding Linux boot process concepts and kernel modules. You’ll also learn how to:

    • Troubleshoot and diagnose Linux issues, including system properties, user issues, application and hardware issues
    • Apply security topics like as user/group permissions and ownership, access and authentication methods, Linux firewalls, and file backup, restoration and compression
    • Demonstrate automation and scripting skills like BASH scripts and version control using GIT


    This course is ideal if you’re aspiring to or are practicing any of the following roles:

    • Linux administrator
    • Network administrator
    • Web administrator
    • Technical support specialist
    • Systems administrator

    CompTIA Linux+ is the only job-focused Linux certification covering the latest foundational skills demanded by employers.


    There are no formal prerequisites for this course.

    However, CompTIA strongly recommend you have either CompTIA A+ or CompTIA Network+ certifications, or 9 to 12 months experience in configuring, monitoring and supporting servers running the Linux OS.


    Section 1: Hardware and System Configuration
    • Explain Linux boot process concepts
    • Given a scenario, install, configure, and monitor kernel modules
    • Given a scenario, configure and verify network connection parameters
    • Given a scenario, manage storage in a Linux environment
    • Compare and contrast cloud and virtualisation concepts and technologies
    • Given a scenario, configure localisation options
    Section 2: Systems Operation and Maintenance
    • Given a scenario, conduct software installations, configurations, updates, and removals
    • Given a scenario, manage users and groups
    • Given a scenario, create, modify, and redirect files
    • Given a scenario, manage services
    • Summarise and explain server roles
    • Given a scenario, automate and schedule jobs
    • Explain the use and operation of Linux devices
    • Compare and contrast Linux graphical user interfaces
    Section 3: Security
    • Given a scenario, apply or acquire the appropriate user and/or group permissions and ownership
    • Given a scenario, configure and implement appropriate access and authentication methods
    • Summarise security best practices in a Linux environment
    • Given a scenario, implement logging services
    • Given a scenario, implement and configure Linux firewalls
    • Given a scenario, backup, restore, and compress files
    Section 4: Linux Troubleshooting and Diagnostics
    • Given a scenario, analyse system properties and remediate accordingly
    • Given a scenario, analyse system processes in order to optimise performance
    • Given a scenario, analyse and troubleshoot user issues
    • Given a scenario, analyse and troubleshoot application and hardware issues
    Section 5: Automation and Scripting
    • Given a scenario, deploy and execute basic BASH scripts
    • Given a scenario, carry out version control using Git
    • Summarise orchestration processes and concepts