CompTIA LX0-102 : CompTIA Linux+ [Powered by LPI] 2 Exam
The CompTIA Linux+ Exam 2 (LX0-102) is one of two exams required for earning the CompTIA Linux+ certification, a vendor-neutral credentialing program designed for junior level Linux administrators to demonstrate their knowledge and skills in the management of Linux systems in any environment.
The LX0-102 Exam is currently available in five languages formats and a total of 135 minutes are allotted for completion of the test. The LX0-102 Exam contains questions in six primary focus areas: Shells, Scripting and Data Management (17%), User Interfaces and Desktops (8%), Administrative Tasks (20%), Essential System Services (17%), Networking Fundamentals (23%), and Security (15%).
Successful candidate performance on the LX0-102 Exam requires mastery of Linux command line skills, perform user assistance and system maintenance tasks, and complete installation and configuration processes for workstations. In addition to these central concepts of Linux administration, the LX0-102 Exam tests the candidate's abilities with shell environments and customization techniques, script writing and SQL.
Configuration and installation of X11, display manager setup, accessibility settings, user and group account management methods, and the automation of scheduling and system administration tasks are also required for successful completion of the LX0-102 Exam.
The Essential System Services section of the LX0-102 Exam requires the test taker to demonstrate and understanding and ability to work within and configure and maintain system time, basic NTP, and related utilities and files, including system logging, MTA, and printers as well as internet protocols, IP addresses, and basic configuration of manual and automatic network interfaces. Security protocols and data encryption and host security setup skills are also required for success on the LX0-102 Exam.