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ict@innovation: Supporting African IT enterprises to get Open Source skills and certification on Level 1 of the Linux Professional Institute (LPI) Certification.

ict@innovation offers a free advanced training guide on Linux System Administration - LPI Level 1. The training guide has been collaboratively developed by a group of experts from Africa and Europe.

Who is the training material for?

The training guide has been specifically created for aspiring system administrators working in industry either in small and medium size enterprises or in large enterprise environments, both in the public and private sector.

How can I use it?

The material is suited for self learning or preparation for one of the ict@innovation LPI training workshops. All ict@innovation training material is published under Creative Commons Share Alike license and available for free download. This means: You are free to Share (to copy, distribute and transmit the work), to remix (to adapt the work) and to make commercial use of the training material, as long as you attribute the work in the manner specified by ict@innovation and share alike (if you alter, transform, or build upon this work, you may distribute the resulting work only under the same or similar license to this one).

You can also find the material and it's modules under www.wiki.it-inwent.org . You are free to discuss on the material as well as extend, improve and adapt it. On this way the community will have up2date stuff which of course can be distributed during your trainings.


1. ict@innovation: Training Guide on Linux System Administration, LPI Level 1

 Editable Version: Training Guide on Linux system Administration, LPI Level 1

2. Presentation slides for LPIC-1 in PDF

3. Lab examples: Click here to download

4. Other sources for open licensed training material

The following are examples of LPI training resources are mainly free to download and use. Please refer to their particular licensing requirements:

  1. http://www.nongnu.org/lpi-manuals/

  2. http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/views/linux/libraryview.jsp?topic_by=Certifications&sort_order=asc&lcl_sort_order=asc&search_by=&search_flag=&type_by=Tutorials&show_abstract=true&start_no=1&sort_by=Title&end_no=100&show_all=false

  3. http://ledge.co.za/

  4. http://www.linuxholdings.co.za/content/view/24/98/

  5. http://www.happy-monkey.net/LPI/html/ - online preparation guide

  6. http://www.gentoo.org/doc/en/articles/lpi-101-fundamentals-p1.xml#doc_chap1

    and the following urls with testing engines for practice.

  7. http://www.penguintutor.com/index.php

    http://www.ph-home.de/linux-test/lpi-1/index.php

    http://gnosis.cx/publish/programming/exam101.html

    http://gnosis.cx/publish/programming/exam102.html

    http://www.linux-praxis.de/lpisim/lpi.html

    http://stefano.amekoudi.org/Docs/lpi/lpic-1/

Comments

Hi, I do train introduction to Ubuntu 10.04, Open Office and basics in Systems Administration. We use Ubuntu 10.04 through out in our lab. How can I get the training materials for the above subjects? I will be grate for your help. Yours Steven Kateeba S7 Project P.O.Box 35658 Kampala Uganda East Africa

Steven, Am sure you have seen the materials since COSS.ug moved to S7, if not, check with me. I will be happy to share them with you.

Dear Steven, We will be uploading the training very so. Please keep checking on this page. It is open licensed so you can download, print, copy or print and even sell after printing the books. Sorry for the late reply. Evans

Why train as a Linux System Admin?
It is well know that GNU/Linux administration has become so important that it is hard to imagine any organization surviving without an experienced and well trained admin. The employability of a Linux admin is as high as 85% in the IT industry. For Sub-Saharan Africa, we are beginning to rely on empirical data to inform our understanding that 43.18% (N=88) of FOSS users use a GNU/Linux distribution as a server and 34.09% use a GNU/Linux distro (e.g. Ubuntu, Debian, Fedora, etc.) for network management and system administration. The rest of the statics paints an interesting picture when FOSSDeva survey participants were asked "Which of the following describes how you use a Linux distribution?":

As a desktop environment =    84.09%  
As a server = 43.18%
For developing web-based applications =36.36%  
As a (web) hosting platform = 32.95%  
For learning purpose (how Linux works) = 51.14%  
For training (teaching) purpose = 42.05%  
For graphics and gaming= 18.18%  
Manage windows-based applications = 19.32%  
For Network management and System Administration = 34.09%  
Other = 7.95%  

For more information, please visit the FOSSDeva survey at: http://servnet.ias.unu.edu/limesurvey/index.php?sid=86668&lang=en

Hi,
if you' are interested, here's another Online LPI 101 and 102 exams simulator

http://www.lici.it/en/5-lpi-101-practice-test

Hi,I'm Prophi a student for Linux+ FOSS i'm doing level 1 and i'm about to take my Exam soon.So my problem is the study material i have i feel like is not right for me,couse same of the information i cant fined,so the study is now so hard for me.I was hoping if you can tel or sand what will b in the Exam.

I will b grate for you help.

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