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“Knowledge, like air, is vital to life. Like air, no one should be denied it.” (Alan Moore, V for Vendetta)

Ironically, Linux+, an open-source software, has not been so open-source in its training. Students have spent thousands to learn the operating system, but those days are over. Linux is a very well liked platform for those who use it, and an understanding of how to manage, implement and maintain it, can be very valuable to an IT career. In fact, if you are growing a Cyber Security career, this class is valuable as well, as you will be expected to have a fundamental working knowledge in many penetration testing tactics. Gain a fundamental knowledge and learn the skills that are required of junior Linux administrators by taking our FREE CompTIA Linux+ online training course.

About the Online CompTIA Linux+ Training Class

Linux+ is a flexible, open-source, low-cost platform favored for its ease of use in virtualization and cloud-based applications. More organizations are adopting Linux into their enterprise, and thus the need for Linux+ certified employees is growing. Our free, self-paced online Linux+ training prepares students with the knowledge to become a certified Linux+ expert, spanning a curriculum that covers Linux maintenance tasks, user assistance and installation and configuration.

If you are a technician with six months (or more) experience installing, operating and maintaining Linux operating systems, this course will help you to meet the certification requirements and prepare for the exam by providing you with a broad awareness of Linux operating systems. Individuals who hold this certification show employers that they demonstrate a critical knowledge of installation, operation, administration and troubleshooting devices.

Linux administrators, junior network administrators, systems administrators, Linux database administrators and web administrators can all benefit from this certification. A Linux certification can definitely provide several new opportunities for growing IT and Cyber Security professionals. The demand for skilled professionals who can help their organization transition to open-source platforms are steadily increasing. Linux training can help you to become one of these skilled professionals—so what’s stopping you? Start training at your own pace, today.

500px-Closed_captioning_symbol.svgCEU / CPE: 10
Total Clock Hours: 5 hrs, 16 mins
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If you enjoy this course, be sure to check out the free Network+ or Cisco CCNA class.

This course sponsored by: @asg5704

About the CompTIA Linux+ Certification Exam

In order to earn the official certification for CompTIA Linux+, you must take the two required exams. Test-takers must score 500/800 on each 60-question exam. Both exams are approximately 90 minutes each. The exam may be taken at any Pearson VUE testing center globally.

Certifications are valid for three years. Reestablishing your certification status requires certain guidelines be met. For more information on maintaining the CompTIA Linux+ certification, visit CompTIA’s website

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206 Comments
  1. Good Day to All,

    I am having problems with installing and running Linux on my Emachines Netbook. I have downloaded both VMware and VirtualBox on my netbook which only the VirtualBox software seems to work. I have also tried to run several distros on my VirtualBox but either the distro gets stuck on a particular screen or it quits it is installation process. I am not sure what I am doing wrong but can anyone help me…

    Thank you so much in advance.

    Cordially Yours,
    Ray…

    • Please message me the settings your using as well as a link to the description of the destro

      • Good Day,

        I am using Peppermint Linux 7 32-bit version. I am having problems with the distro looping between the keyboard settings and the initial user settings. I tried Lubuntu which bombed out as well as budgie linux. I am going to re-try Peppermint when I get home this evening.

        Ray…

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