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CompTIA Linux+ Certification

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CompTIA Linux+ certification is a vendor-neutral credential, generic across distributions, that validates the knowledge of individuals with a minimum of six to twelve months of practical Linux experience. Professionals who want to certify their technical knowledge in installation, operation and troubleshooting for Linux operating systems should consider this certification. The skills and knowledge measured by this examination were developed with global input to assure accuracy, validity and reliability. Earning the CompTIA Linux+ designation means that the candidate can explain fundamental management of Linux systems from the command line, demonstrate knowledge of user administration, understand file permissions/software configurations and manage local storage devices and network protocols.


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