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Linux Configuration Fundamentals

Course Code CCTC-202
Course Name Linux Configuration Fundamentals
Category Information Technology & Computers
Description Building on CCTC-201, this course covers the fundamentals of Linux configuration and maintenance. Students will learn the Linux system architecture, GNU and Unix commands, device basics, and the Filesystem Hierarchy Standard. Through prescriptive step-by-step labs, students will install the Linux operating system, configure basic networking, install and manage software packages, and perform maintenance tasks on the command line.

This instructor-led course is the second of three courses in the Centennial College curriculum for Linux Professional Institute certification. Courses in this series help prepare students for entry level positions as software developers or Linux administrators as well as Cybersecurity Operations. When combined with the CCNA Routing & Switching curriculum, the courses prepare students for network engineering positions. The courses leverage the advanced flexibility and capabilities of the Cisco Networking Academy learning environment to implement a "practice as you read" approach to learning. The courses include in-class activities, hands-on labs and a wide array of assessment types and tools.

This course aligns with exam objectives of the Linux Professional Institute (LPI) LPIC-1 Exam 101 certification exam and the CompTIA Linux+ Powered by LPI LX-103 certification exam. Upon successful completion of the course, the student is eligible to receive a congratulatory letter from LPI documenting that the student has completed the course and providing information on discounts for certification exams.

NOTE: In addition to the course fee, the course has a mandatory lab fee of US$29.95 (subject to change) payable to the lab sponsor at the beginning of the semester and before the student receives access to the course material.

PREREQUISITE : CCTC-201 Introduction to Linux Essentials
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