Open Source Training:
(gleicher Kurs auf deutsch
LPI level 1
The contents of this training will be defined by the knowledge gaps of the participants. Our LPI prep course is directed at Linux-experienced persons aiming to close their professional knowledge gaps without wasting time on having to listen to known subjects again. At the course's beginnig, you will fill in a test questionnaire. We will evaluate all participant's questionnaires and create a course program addressing the specific combination of subjects that proved to be challenging to the participants.
Therefore, our LPI prep courses are a combination of cost-effective group training and personal instruction. The training course is not completely arranged for you only, but you also do pay only a fraction of the cost of a personal tutor. The concept of this LPI training, based on knowledge gaps, adapts itself automatically to difficult topics. In view of an already Linux-skilled target group, we believe this approach to be far more effective than a rigidly fixed agenda:
- Knowledge gaps automatically constitute the course's agenda but according to experience, most participants have common gaps. Although these requirements are subject to constant change, our tutors are competent enough to adapt to them.
- Known subjects automatically will not be trained, leaving more time for difficult topics.
5 days, 1,667.00 € + 19% vat = 1,983.73 €
Full eight clock hours per day, complete set of literature, WiFi, complimentary notebook, full board,
drinks (selected wines are charged separately), pastries, homemade cakes, sauna,
Extended/reduced amenities on demand:
|Surcharge per guest night in two bed rooms (spacious and comfortable rooms)
||59.00 € + 7% vat = 63.13 €||per night|
|Surcharge per guest night in the Linuxhotel-flat share
||83.00 € + 7% vat = 88.81 €||per night|
|Surcharge per guest night in single rooms (depending on availabity, early reservation recommended)
||129.00 € + 7% vat = 138.03 €||per night|
|Reduction for half board instead of full board accomodation
||-29.41 € + 19% vat = -35.00 €||per day|
|Reduction w/o social program
||-8.40 € + 19% vat = -10.00 €||per evening|
Tax deductibility * Terms of cancellation
Please select your favourite reservation date
prerequisites for attending
You should be acquainted with the topics covered in our Linux admin basics training.
If you feel uncertain on this point, we look forward to assist you via email or phone.
Consecutively, a list of LPIC 1 topics and their weighting (Weighting - Topic):
- Topic 101 - System architecture
- 2 - Determine and configure hardware settings
- 3 - Boot the system
- 3 - Change runlevels and shutdown or reboot system
- Topic 102 - Linux installation and package management
- 2 - Design hard disk layout
- 2 - Install a boot manager
- 1 - Manage shared libraries
- 3 - Use Debian package management
- 3 - Use RPM and YUM package management
- Topic 103 - GNU and Unix commands
- 4 - Work on the command line
- 3 - Process text streams using filters
- 4 - Perform basic file management
- 4 - Use streams, pipes and redirects
- 4 - Create, monitor and kill processes
- 2 - Modify process execution priorities
- 2 - Search text files using regular expressions
- 3 - Perform basic file editing operations using vi
- Topic 104 - Devices, Linux filesystems, Filesystem hierarchy standard
- 2 - Create partitions and filesystems
- 2 - Maintain the integrity of filesystems
- 3 - Control mounting and unmounting of filesystems
- 1 - Manage disk quotas
- 3 - Manage file permissions and ownership
- 2 - Create and change hard and symbolic links
- 2 - Find system files and place files in the correct location
- Topic 105 - Shells, scripting and data management
- 4 - Customize and use the shell environment
- 4 - Customize or write simple scripts
- 2 - SQL data management
- Topic 106 - User interfaces and desktops
- 2 - Install and configure X11
- 2 - Setup a display manager
- 1 - Accessibility
- Topic 107 - Administrative tasks
- 5 - Manage user and group accounts and related system files
- 4 - Automate system administration tasks by scheduling jobs
- 3 - Localisation and internationalisation
- Topic 108 - Essential system services
- 3 - Maintain system time
- 2 - System logging
- 3 - Mail Transfer Agent (MTA) basics
- 2 - Manage printers and printing
- Topic 109 - Networking fundamentals
- 4 - Fundamentals of internet protocols
- 4 - Basic network configuration
- 4 - Basic network troubleshooting
- 2 - Configure client side DNS
- Topic 110 - Security
- 3 - Perform security administration tasks
- 3 - Setup host security
- 3 - Securing data with encryption
In order to achieve the LPIC 1 certification, you will have to pass two exams: 101 and 102. If you are interested in completing the exams LPIC-1 101 and/or LPIC-1 102 directly after the trainig course at the Linuxhotel, we kindly ask you for your registration not later than three weeks previous to the training course, as the Linux Professional Institute will require this preliminary lead time! One exam will cost 145 Euro plus VAT.
Please notify us upon registration whether you would like to take the exam in german or english language. A personal LPI-ID, which you can obtain
here will be a prerequisite.
With us, the exam will be administered on paper forms and not with a PC like in VUE und Prometric test centers. Therefore, the evaluation will take several days (and, in some cases even weeks).
At some events, the LPI is offering exams at reduced prices. You will find an overview of the upcoming schedules here.
Early arrival is possible on the eve of the first seminar day until 10 p.m. The fireplace room and the garden already invite to to a cosy round of shop talk.
The daily schedule runs from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. (including two coffeebreaks and lunch break), consisting of approximately 60% of instructions and 40% of exercises. Needless to say that every participant works with his "own" dedicated notebook computer, often in step with the tutor.
After that, it's time for dinner and various offerings like shop talks, excursions et cetera. We aim at creating an ambience for a relaxed exchange among experts. If you'd like more to have a bit of privacy, nothing's compulsory here.