LPI Linux认证权威指南(影印版)
LPI Linux认证权威指南(影印版)
Jeffrey Dean
LPI(Linux Professional Institute)是提供独立的、厂商中立的认证的领导者,LPI认证能证明你已经掌握IT部门需要的必备技能。《LPI Linux认证权威指南》为LPI考试而作,书中包括了考试要求的主题和目标。除了为通过LPI一级的考试做准备之外,本书还提供了对Linux概念和功能的良好理解。
《LPI Linux认证权威指南》包含两个针对系统管理员的普通Linux LPIC一级考试(101和102)。本书分成两部分,分别对应一个LPIC一级考试,并且每个部分给出了一个考试总结、一个重点索引、实验题目、建议练习和测试练习。
第二部分针对102考试,包括:硬件和体系结构;Linux安装和包管理;Linux内核;文本编辑、处理和打印;shell、脚本编辑、编程和编译;X Window系统;网络基础;网络服务和网络安全。
Jeffrey Dean是位在费城的自由作家、编辑、咨询顾问。Jeffrey在IT管理、现场培训和Linux、Solaris、VMS、AS/400和Windows NT/2000的系统管理方面有丰富的专业经验。他拥有LPIC-1和Red Hat认证工程师(RHCE)证书。
  1. Preface
  2. Part 1: General Linux Exam
  3. Exam 101 Overview
  4. Exam 101 Study Guide
  5. Exam Preparation
  6. GNU and Unix Commands (Topic 1.3)
  7. Work Effectively on the Unix Command Line
  8. Process Text Streams Using Text-Processing Filters
  9. Perform Basic File Management
  10. Use Unix Streams, Pipes, and Redirects
  11. Create, Monitor, and Kill Processes
  12. Modify Process Execution Priorities
  13. Making Use of Regular Expressions
  14. Devices, Linux Filesystems, and the Filesystem
  15. Hierarchy Standard (Topic 2.4)
  16. Create Partitions and Filesystems
  17. Maintain the Integrity of Filesystems
  18. Control Filesystem Mounting and Unmounting
  19. Set and View Disk Quotas
  20. Use File Permissions to Control Access to Files
  21. Manage File Ownership
  22. Create and Change Hard and Symbolic Links
  23. Find System Files and Place Files in the Correct Location
  24. Boot, Initialization, Shutdown, and Runlevels
  25. (Topic 2.6)
  26. Boot the System
  27. Change Runlevels and Shutdown or Reboot the System
  28. Documentation (Topic 1.8)
  29. Use and Manage Local System Documentation
  30. Find Linux Documentation on the Internet
  31. Write System Documentation
  32. Provide User Support
  33. Administrative Tasks (Topic 2.11)
  34. Manage Users and Group Accounts
  35. Tune the User Environment
  36. Configure and Use System Log Files
  37. Automate System Administration Tasks
  38. Maintain an Effective Data Backup Strategy
  39. Exam 101 Review Questions and Exercises
  40. GNU and Unix Commands (Topic 1.3)
  41. Devices, Linux Filesystems, and the Filesystem
  42. Hierarchy Standard (Topic 2.4)
  43. Boot, Initialization, Shutdown, and Runlevels (Topic 2.6)
  44. Documentation (Topic 1.8)
  45. Administrative Tasks (Topic 2.11)
  46. Exam 101 Practice Test
  47. Exam 101 Highlighter's Index
  48. GNU and Unix Commands (Topic 1.3)
  49. Devices, Linux Filesystems, and the Filesystem
  50. Hierarchy Standard (Topic 2.4)
  51. Boot, Initialization, Shutdown, and Runlevels (Topic 2.6)
  52. Documentation (Topic 1.8)
  53. Administrative Tasks (Topic 2.11)
  54. Part 2: General Linux Exam
  55. Exam 102 Overview
  56. Exam 102 Study Guide
  57. Exam Preparation
  58. Hardware and Architecture (Topic 1.1)
  59. Configure Fundamental System Hardware
  60. Set Up SCSI and NIC Devices
  61. Configure Modems and Sound Cards
  62. Linux Installation and Package Management
  63. (Topic 2.2)
  64. Design a Hard Disk Layout
  65. Make and Install Programs from Source
  66. Manage Shared Libraries
  67. Use Debian Package Management
  68. Use Red Hat Package Manager (RPM)
  69. Kernel (Topic 1.5)
  70. Manage Kernel Modules at Runtime
  71. Reconfigure, Build, and Install a Custom Kernel and Modules
  72. Text-Editing, Processing, and Printing (Topic 1.7)
  73. Perform Basic File Editing Operations Using vi
  74. Manage Printers and Print Queues
  75. Print Files
  76. Install and Configure Local and Remote Printers
  77. Shells, Scripting, Programming, and Compiling
  78. (Topic 1.9)
  79. Customize and Use the Shell Environment
  80. Customize or Write Simple Scripts
  81. X (Topic 2.10)
  82. An Overview of X
  83. Install and Configure XFree86
  84. Set Up xdm
  85. Identify and Terminate Runaway X Applications
  86. Install and Customize a Window Manager Environment
  87. Networking Fundamentals (Topic 1.12)
  88. Fundamentals of TCP/IP
  89. TCP/IP Troubleshooting and Configuration
  90. Configure and Use PPP
  91. Networking Services (Topic 1.13)
  92. Configure and Manage inetd and Related Services
  93. Operate and Perform Basic Configuration of sendmail
  94. Operate and Perform Basic Configuration of Apache
  95. Properly Manage the NFS, SMB, and NMB Daemons
  96. Set Up and Configure Basic DNS Services
  97. Security (Topic 1.14)
  98. Perform Security Administration Tasks
  99. Set Up Host Security
  100. Set Up User-Level Security
  101. Exam 102 Review Questions and Exercises
  102. Hardware and Architecture (Topic 1.1)
  103. Linux Installation and Package Management (Topic 2.2)
  104. Kernel (Topic 1.5)
  105. Text Editing, Processing, and Printing (Topic 1.7)
  106. Shells, Scripting, Programming, and Compiling (Topic 1.9)
  107. X (Topic 2.10)
  108. Networking Fundamentals (Topic 1.12)
  109. Networking Services (Topic 1.13)
  110. Security (Topic 1.14)
  111. Exam 102 Practice Test
  112. Exam 102 Highlighter's Index
  113. Hardware and Architecture
  114. Linux Installation and Package Management
  115. Kernel
  116. Text-Editing, Processing, and Printing
  117. Shells, Scripting, Programming, and Compiling
  118. X
  119. Networking Fundamentals
  120. Networking Services
  121. Security
  122. Glossary
  123. Index
书名:LPI Linux认证权威指南(影印版)
作者:Jeffrey Dean
原版书出版商:O'Reilly Media
Jeffrey Dean
Jeffrey Dean is a freelance author, editor, and consultant in Philadelphia, Pennsyl-vania. Jeffrey has professional experience in IT management, training delivery, and system administration of Linux, Solaris, VMS, AS/400, and Windows NT/2000. Jeffrey holds an undergraduate degree in electrical engineering from the Univer-sity of Pittsburgh and a master's degree in engineering with emphasis in computer design from Penn State. He holds the Linux Professional Institute Level 1 (LPIC-1) and Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE) certifications.
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