Online Linux+ Courses

Online Linux+ Courses in South Africa

 

 

2KO South Africa offers online CompTIA Linux+ courses in  South Africa. We also offer full time Linux+ courses in Cape Town for groups of four or more delegates. 2KO South Africa's Linux+ course is offered to our international and local students. 2KO Africa is a network of companies that offers a substantial series of computer courses across the entire African region, and is a leading provider of internationally recognised online IT training, online, IT training, to ensure the best CompTIA Linux+ certification in South Africa.

 

The CompTIA Linux+ courses in South Africa include expert instructor-led training modules with customized presentations, practice exam simulators and learning supplements for an all-inclusive training program that provides all the benefits of classroom training at your own pace. CompTIA's Linux+ is a is a vendor-neutral certification that validates the knowledge of individuals with a minimum of six to twelve months of practical Linux experience.  The CompTIA Linux+ XKO-002 course from 2KO South Africa confirms an IT professional's proficiency in the everyday management of Linux-based clients and basic management of server systems.  Students will learn the knowledge and tools necessary to manage Linux systems from the command line, as well as how to manage user administration, file permissions, software configurations, and Linux-based clients, server systems and security. 2KO South Africa's Linux+ training course follows the CompTIA objectives, ensuring you receive the training and knowledge needed to succeed.


CompTIA Linux+ XKO-002
 

Module 1 - Getting Started with Linux
Linux+ (XKO-002)

Module Overview

Linux and its History

Basic Commands

Documentation

Booting and Shutting Down

Module Review

 

Module 2: Linux File System

Module Overview

File System Types

Partitioning

Navigation

Managing and Maintaining the File System

Module Review

 

Module 3: Users and Groups

Module Overview

User Groups and Profiles

03: Managing User Accounts

Module Review

 

Module 4: Working with Files

Module Overview

VI Editor

Locating Files

Links

Backup and Restore

MySQL

Permissions

Special Permissions

Module Review

 

Module 5: Scripting

Module Overview

Shells

Customizing the Bash Shell

I/O and Control Statements

Module Review

 

Module 6: Printing

Module Overview

Module Overview

Configuring local Printers and Printer File Commands

Print Jobs and Queues and Remote Printing

Module Review

 

Module 7: Packages

Module Overview

Using RPM

Verifying Packages, Updating Packages and Repositories

YUM Commands and Install with YUM

Debian Package Manager

Source Files

Module Review

 

Module 8: Networking

Module Overview

Connecting to a Network

Configuring Routes

Configuring DHCP

Configuring DNS

Implementing Network File Sharing Services

Configuring NIS

Managing Remote Network Servers

Configuring Web Servers

Implementing Apache Access Control

Implementing Access Control in a Proxy Server

Configuring E-mail Services

Module Review

 

Module 9: Hardware

Module Overview

Common Hardware

Power Management

Removable Hardware

Mass Storage Devices

Logical Volumes

Disk Quotas

Module Review

 

Module 10: Linux Kernel

Module Overview

Exploring the Linux Kernel and Customizing Kernel Modules

Creating an initrd Image

Managing Device Drivers

Monitoring Hardware Devices, Processes and Resources

Module Review

 

Module 11: Processes

Module Overview

Jobs and Background Processes

Using Process Table

Delayed, Detached and Scheduled Jobs

System Time

Module Review

 

Module 12: System Services

Module Overview

Configuring System Services

Monitoring System Logs

Configuring SELinux

Module Review

 

Module 13: Securing Linux

Module Overview

Examining System Security

Securing User Accounts

Enabling Firewall Functionality and Implementing Security Auditing

Intrusion Detection

Module Review

Demonstration: Security Based Distributions

 

Module 14: Pre-Installation Considerations and Installing

Module Overview

Preparing For Installation

Identifying Phases of the Linux Boot Sequence

Configuring GRUB

Install Overview

Installing SUSE

Installing Fedora

Installing CentOS

Installing Debian

Configuring the GUI and Performing Post-Installation Tasks

Module Review

 

Module 15: Troubleshooting

Module Overview

Troubleshooting System-Based Issues and Hardware Issues

Troubleshooting Network Connection and Security Issues

Module Review

Course Review

Final Thoughts