CompTIA Linux+ Certification

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This VTC tutorial is intended for users with some Linux experience and provides the information required to pass the CompTIA Linux+ certification exam. The CompTIA Linux+ certification is an industry credential that validates the knowledge of technicians with six months experience installing, operating, and maintaining Linux operating systems. The certification is intended to be entry level in difficulty and never require upgrading. This tutorial, by long time VTC author, Arthur Griffith, provides the information in the areas covered by the exam: planning the implementation, installation, configuration, administration, system maintenance, troubleshooting, and identifying, installing, and maintaining system hardware.
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Course Hours: 6
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