Linux Unhatched is the first course in NTI’s Linux Systems Engineering and Administration Career track (See Below). It exposes new learners to the basics of Linux software installation and configuration and introduces the Linux command line. From running the Internet to spacecraft, factories, cars, appliances, and the mobile phone in your pocket, Linux knowledge is a life-changing skill upgrade that will make you a wizard and boost your value as an IT professional. Aligned with the Linux exam objectives found on the CompTIA A+ Operating Systems Certification (see table below), learners develop basic Linux knowledge and whet their appetite to further build Linux expertise by continuing with the following NDG courses. Each course includes content and a live Linux environment. All you need is a web browser.
Ease into Linux knowledge, learning basic installation and configuration and gain the confidence you need.
Learn the fundamentals of the Linux OS, command line, and basic open-source concepts and configurations.
Develop foundational Linux system administration skills and prepare for the LPIC-1 or CompTIA Linux+ Certifications.
NDG Linux II
Linux is everywhere! It runs the Internet and is in products ranging from spacecraft, to factories, cars, appliances, and the mobile phone in your pocket. Linux knowledge is a life-changing skill upgrade that will make you a wizard and boost your value as an IT professional.
NDG Linux Unhatched aligns with the CompTIA A+ Exam #220 – 902: Domain 2.1 “Identify Common Features and Functionality of the MAC OS and Linux Operating Systems”; specifically, “Domain 2.1.4 Basic Linux Commands”:
This chapter will cover the following exam objectives:
Basics of using the Linux command line.
Navigation of home and system directories and listing files in various locations.
Create, move and delete files and directories under the home directory.
Search and extract data from files in the home directory.
Turning repetitive commands into simple scripts.
Where various types of information are stored on a Linux system.
Querying vital networking configuration and determining the basic requirements for a computer on a Local Area Network (LAN).
Various types of users on a Linux system.
Understanding and manipulating file permissions and ownership settings.
Tim Jerome is an international project management expert with over 15 years of experience at companies like Intel and Digital Network Services. A former president of the PMI Rio Grande Chapter, Tim is also a PMP instructor with over 10 years of experience in addition to his extensive project management consulting experience.