CompTIA LX0-101 : CompTIA Linux+ [Powered by LPI] 1 Exam
The CompTIA Linux+ Exam 1 (LX0-101) is one of two certification exams required for earning the CompTIA Linux+ credential, a vendor-neutral certification program that provides successful candidates with the skills and knowledge required for working as a junior level Linux administrator in any environment.
The LX0-101 Exam is offered in four languages and contains questions covering four primary subject areas: System Architecture (14%), Linux Installation and Package Management (18%), GNU and Unix Commands (43%), and Devices, Linux Filesystems, and Filesystem Hierarchy Standards (25%). A total of 135 minutes are allotted for exam completion.
Successful candidates must be able to demonstrate knowledge and abilities with Linux command lines, maintenance tasks, installation and configuration methods, and LAN, PC and modem internet connections.
The System Architecture-focused questions on the LX0-101 Exam additionally require candidates to work with hardware settings, configure systems through the use of external peripherals, set device hardware IDs, and utilize tools and utilities.
In the Installation and Package Management section of the LX0-101 Exam, test takers must be able to design the layout of a hard disk and perform installation of a boot manager, including the appropriate design and configuration of hardware architecture to support booting requirements.
The remaining sections of the LX0-101 Exam require the ability to work with command lines; filters for processing text streams; and process creation, monitoring and kill techniques; partition creation; filesystem establishment and maintenance; and the management of disk quotas.