Join Mike Meyers for an in-depth discussion in this video Miscellaneous Linux commands, part of CompTIA A+ (220-902) Cert Prep: 4 Virtualization Printers and Troubleshooting.
- The CompTIA A+ covers a whole bunch of Linux commands…and we've covered them all in a number of different…episodes, but like any job, there's a few leftover.…So I'm going to call this miscellaneous Linux commands,…which is a better way of saying the last few commands…that don't really have a home.…So, we're going to go through a number of commands…that are unrelated, but they are very cool…and they're on the A+.…So let's get started with one of the coolest,…the famous Grep command.…In the world of Linux, you are constantly dealing with…text files in one way or another.…
Most of the configuration of a Linux system is actually…done through configuration files.…Now if you have some experience with more modern Linux's…a lot of those graphical front ends that are being used…are actually doing nothing more than editing text files…for you.…Equally, within the world of Linux, log files are king.…You get log files for all kinds of stuff.…They are generally almost always text files and you find…yourself having to go through them.…
Here CompTIA expert Mike Meyers prepares you to answer questions about slightly more advanced topics: "super tech" skills like managing files via the command-line interface, creating virtual machines, connecting to the Internet, installing printers, and troubleshooting startup and application issues. Each lesson prepares you for a related topic on the 90-question A+ exam.
Details about the certification and the exam blueprints can be found at https://certification.comptia.org/certifications/a.
- Working with the Windows and Linux command lines
- Manipulating files, folders, and permissions via the command line
- Using the Recovery Console and Windows Recovery Environment
- Troubleshooting software
- Examining virtual services: IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS
- Troubleshooting Internet connections
- Installing local and network printers
Skill Level Beginner
1. Working with the Command-Line Interface
2. Troubleshooting Operating Systems
4. The Internet
5. Printers and Multifunction Devices
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