Study Guide: 2009 Linux+ Objectives

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1.0 Installation and Configuration

1.4 Conducting routine mount and unmount of file system
mount - Linux Command Directory: mount - O'Reilly Media
umount - Linux Command Directory: umount - O'Reilly Media
Understanding Linux /etc/fstab

1.5 Explain the advantages of having separate partitions or volumes for any of the following directories
Partitions: Planning Your Linux Installation

1.6 Explain the purpose of the following directories

Understanding the Linux Directory Layout

1.7 Configure the boot process including the following

* GRUB
Grub From the Ground Up
GRUB bootloader - Full tutorial

1.8 Perform the following package management functions

* Install, remove and update programs
LinuxPlanet - Tutorials - Linux Package Manager ********** - Keeping Your Linux PC In Fine Tune
rpm - RPM Tutorial
deb - apt vs aptitude little tutorial - The UNIX and Linux Forums
dpkg command - Linux How to
dpkg **** sheet

*Source
Compiling and installing software from source in Linux
http://www.linuxtutorialblog.com/post/troubleshooting-configure-make-and-make-install-tutorial
GNU tar - Tutorial Introduction to tar
Linux bzip2 Command- unix Zip, Compress File Tutorial, cmd Example
Gzip - Linux Commands

* Resolve dependencies
* Add and remove repositories
How to Add Repositories in Linux (with pictures) - wikiHow

1.9 Configure profile and environment variables system-wide and at the user level

Environment Variables - Linux Commands
Adding a Directory to the Path

2.0 System Maintenance and Operations

2.1 Given a scenario, use the following fundamental Linux tools, techniques and resources.

* Directory navigation.
cd
ls Linux Command Directory: ls - O'Reilly Media
pushd Using pushd and popd in Linux Synapse ?
popd Using pushd and popd in Linux Synapse ?
pwd

* File commands
file Linux Command Directory: file - O'Reilly Media
test Linux Command Directory: test - O'Reilly Media
find Linux Command Directory: find - O'Reilly Media
locate Linux Command Directory: locate - O'Reilly Media
slocate Linux Command Directory: slocate - O'Reilly Media
which Linux Command Directory: which - O'Reilly Media
whereis Linux Command Directory: whereis - O'Reilly Media
ln Linux Command Directory: ln - O'Reilly Media
ls -F Linux Command Directory: ls - O'Reilly Media
mknod Linux Command Directory: mknod - O'Reilly Media
touch Linux Command Directory: touch - O'Reilly Media
mkdir Linux Command Directory: mkdir - O'Reilly Media
mv Linux Command Directory: mv - O'Reilly Media
cp Linux Command Directory: cp - O'Reilly Media
rm Linux Command Directory: file - O'Reilly Media

* File types
General overview of the Linux file system
Q & A: The difference between hard and soft links LG #105
Introduction to Named Pipes

* File Editing with VI
Mastering the VI editor
Vim Commands **** Sheet

* Process Management
ps Linux Command Directory: ps - O'Reilly Media
kill Linux Command Directory: fill - O'Reilly Media
top Linux Command Directory: top - O'Reilly Media
iostat iostat(1) - Linux man page
pstree pstree(1): tree of processes - Linux man page
nice Linux Command Directory: nice - O'Reilly Media
renice Linux Command Directory: renice - O'Reilly Media
signals signal - Linux Command - Unix Command
PID pid - Linux Command - Unix Command
PPID PPID - What is PPID

3.3 Implement, configure and maintain Web and FTP services
* Apache
Apache Tutorials
Apache Web Server Tutorial for Linux
* FTP services


3.10 Set up, install, configure and maintain a BIND DNS server and related services
Configuring BIND on RedHat (DNS under Linux) - Part 1 - Installing BIND on RedHat
Configuring BIND on RedHat (DNS under Linux) - Part 2 - Primary Name Server for a Zone
Configuring BIND on RedHat (DNS under Linux) - Part 3 - Secondary Name Server for a Zone
Traditional DNS Howto | HowtoForge - Linux Howtos and Tutorials

Just added what I feel are some important updates.

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