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Comptia A+ Essentials & Novell CLDA Linux Desktop Admin Certification Exams ExamFOCUS Study Notes & Review Questions 2012: Covers the CompTIA A+ Essentials exam and the Novell CLDA exam.
Candidates for CompTIA A+ need to pass the A+ Essentials exam and also the A+ Practical Application exam. The Essentials exam tests for technical understanding of computer technology, networking and security. It also tests for communication skills and professionalism required of entry-level IT professionals. Topics that have to be dealt with in the...
Candidates for CompTIA A+ need to pass the A+ Essentials exam and also the A+ Practical Application exam. The Essentials exam tests for technical understanding of computer technology, networking and security. It also tests for communication skills and professionalism required of entry-level IT professionals. Topics that have to be dealt with in the Essentials exam include: Hardware Troubleshooting, Repair & Maintenance Operating System and Software Networking Security Operational Procedure For Novell CLDA, exam 050-708 covers: Perform a SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10 Installation Configure the SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10 Installation Overview of the Linux Desktop Use the GNOME Desktop Environment Access the Command Line Interface From the Desktop Access and Use man Pages Use info Pages Access Release Notes and White Papers Use GUI-Based Help Find Help on the Web Understand YaST Basics Become Familiar with YaST Modules Understand the Role of SuSEconfig Manage the Network Configuration Information from YaST Test the Network Connection with Command Line Tools Use SuSEfirewall2 Use NetworkManager to Configure the Network Provide Remote Access Understand RPM Understand the File System Hierarchy Standard (FHS) Change Directories and List Directory Contents Create and View Files Work with Files and Directories Find Files on Linux Get to Know the Bash Shell Get to Know Common Command Line Tasks Understand Command Syntax and Special Characters Get t Know Linux Text Editors Manage User and Group Accounts Manage File Permissions and Ownership Perform Tasks as a Different User Gather Information on a SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10 System Use Information Logging Services Monitor Login Activity View and Manage Processes Schedule Jobs Describe the Linux Load Procedure Understand GRUB (GRUB Unified Bootloader) Manage Runlevels Understand How CUPS Works Configure Printers and Queues Understand Novell iPrint Integrate SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10 into an Open LDAP Environment Integrate SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10 into an Active Directory Environment Integrate SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10 into a Novell eDirectory Environment Understand the Novell Client for Linux Install and Configure Novell iFolder Configure X, Xgl, and Compriz Customize the GNOME User Interface Define Mandatory Settings with Gconf and Desktop Profile Editor Customize Applications Control the Mounting of CDROM, DVD, and USB Devices Understand Installation Options and Deployment Strategies Understand Autoinstallation Basics Understand the Configuration File for AutoYaST Understand the Installation Server (Setup and Use) The A+ exam focuses more on hardware and some Windows based features. The Novell CLDA focuses on the SUSE Linux Desktop distribution. We give you knowledge information relevant to the exam specifications. To be able to succeed in the real exams, you’ll need to apply your earned knowledge to the question scenarios. Many of the exam questions are written to be less straight forward. They tend to be framed within the context of short scenarios. The exams are not too difficult. However, coverage is very comprehensive a wide range of topics are presented in the official topic list. The exam does not ask you to answer hundreds of questions. In other words, only a small fraction of the official topics will be presented. To succeed in the exam, you need to read as many reference books as possible. There is no single book that can cover everything! This ExamFOCUS book focuses on the more difficult topics that will likely make a difference in exam results. The book is NOT intended to guide you through every single official topic. You should therefore use this book together with other reference books for the best possible preparation outcome. You need to have hands on experience configuring x86 based computer hardware and SUSE Linux. You should have your own system and test network to play with.
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