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LPI certification 102 prep, Part 4

LPI certification 102 prep, Part 4

By Jeremy Reed (Send Email)
Posted May 17, 2002


[ Thanks to Maria for this link. ] This tutorial concludes the LPI 102 exam prep series with this fourth installment, which shows how to implement basic Linux security including proper Network File System (NFS) configuration and use of the secure shell (ssh). By the end of this series of tutorials (eight in all: four related to the 101 exam and four related to the 102 exam), you'll have the knowledge you need to become a Linux Systems Administrator and will be

This tutorial concludes the LPI 102 exam prep series with this fourth installment, which shows how to implement basic Linux security including proper Network File System (NFS) configuration and use of the secure shell (ssh). By the end of this series of tutorials (eight in all: four related to the 101 exam and four related to the 102 exam), you'll have the knowledge you need to become a Linux Systems Administrator and will be ready to attain an LPIC Level 1 certification from the Linux Professional Institute if you so choose.

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