Tag: objectives

  • Comptia Linux+ study guide – by objective

    1.7 – Manage software configurations Updating configuration files Configure kernel options Configure common system services Localization

  • Comptia Linux+ study guide – by objective

    1.6 – Build and install software Package management DNF YUM APT RPM dpkg ZYpp Sandboxed applications snapd Flatpak AppImage System updates Kernel updates Package updates

  • Comptia Linux+ study guide – by objective

    1.5 – Use the appropriate networking tools or configuration files Interface management iproute2 tools – suite of tools that replace legacy utilities like netstat, ifconfig, etc. Most functions are consolidated into the ip command. ip – network configuration tool that combines the functionality of many older standalone tools into one tool with lots of sub-commands.…

  • Comptia Linux+ study guide – by objective

    1.4 – Configure and use the appropriate processes and services System services systemctl – primary tool used to manage systemd services. Can start/stop services, enable/disable services that start on boot. Can also list the system status including any failed service units, provide detailed info about a specific service, or analyze boot times. stop – stop…

  • Comptia Linux+ study guide – by objective

    1.3 – Configure and manage storage using the appropriate tools Disk partitioning fdisk – partition tool with interactive mode. fdisk -l to list partitions on all disks, or fdisk devicename to start interactive mode. Press M for help in interactive mode. parted – cli partitioning tool. Also uses interactive mode. Commands are full words instead…

  • Comptia Linux+ study guide – by objective

    1.2 – Manage files and directories File editing sed – stream editor for text manipulation. Finds and changes patterns. Useful in scripts and pipes. substitute: sed s/[old pattern]/[new pattern]/[flags] -i = edit in place, -f = use a sed script, -e = pass multiple expressions flags: g (global), e (execute after replacing), I (ignore case)…

  • Comptia Linux+ study guide – by objective

    1.1 – Summarize Linux fundamentals Filesystem Hierarchy Standard (FHS) /boot – files required for booting the system (bootloader, kernels, efi, etc) /proc – virtual fs containing kernel and process info as files. real time data /sys – virtual fs containing device, driver, kernel info as files. real time data /var – contains files whose contents…