Passed Linux+ this morning!
Finally got around to taking the lx0-102 this morning and passed! Best part is it was at a new Pearson Vue testing center about 15 minutes from home. Definitely beats making the 45-50 min ride to the next closest one. Now if only they'd offer Prometric at this new place...
WIP : | CISSP  | CISA  | CAPM  | eCPPT  | CRISC  | TORFL (TRKI) B1 | Learning: | Russian | Farsi |
*****You can fail a test a bunch of times but what matters is that if you fail to give up or not*****
Did you cd ~ and celebrate?
*Bachelor's of Science: Information Technology - Security, Master's of Science: Information Technology - Management
Matthew 6:33 - "Seek the Kingdom of God above all else, and live righteously, and he will give you everything you need."
Certs/Business Licenses In Progress: AWS Solutions Architect, Series 6, Series 63
Studying on again, off again...
I've been using Linux on and off as a hobbyist for more than a decade so it really just came down to brushing up more than anything else. I used CBTNuggets and then did some labbing based on the LPIC-1 objectives using Arch (which is my daily driver on my laptop) and then CentOS/Ubuntu VMs.
I will say the 2nd test caught me off guard. The 101 was so heavily command focused and required knowing a bunch of commonly used flags and such that I expected more of the same on the 102 but it ended up focusing much more on config files.
As a side note, I did cd /pub last night haha. Troeg's brewery to be exact. If there are any craft beer lovers on here, I definitely recommend their beers if you've never tried them.
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WGU B.S. IT - Security Progress:
Transferred (58 CUs) | Required (17 CUs) | In Progress (8 CUs) | Completed (36 CUs)
BBC1, CVV1, GAC1, HHT1, AGC1, BVC1, INC1, INT1, WFV1, AXV1, CPV1, LAE1, LUT1, QBT1, IWC1, IWT1, QLT1, CLC1, DJV1, DHV1 | COV1, CQV1, CNV1, SBT1, RGT1 | DRV1, DSV1, TYC1, TYP1 | CJV1, CUV1, BOV1, TPV1, MGC1, RIT1, BNC1, KET1, CTV1