ExamForce is pleased to announce the release of its LPI Linux Essentials CramMaster to their library of test preparation products.
As Linux adoption continues to rise world-wide more businesses recognize the need for professionals who can support the future of the Internet, the LPI Linux Essentials provides a credential that addresses the workforce development needs of employers, aspiring IT professionals, and students.
The goal of Linux Essentials is to expose students to the Linux operating system and the concept of Open Source software. As such, it is an ideal entry-level Linux program, whereas the LPIC-1/Linux+ are more targeted at information technology professionals in the field and have a reputation of being quite difficult.
The Linux Essentials credential is a recommended (not required) pre-requisite for training in the LPIC professional program and Linux+ certification. This is however a required credential for LPI Linux Essentials PDC.
The LPI Linux Essentials CramMaster contains over 200 questions to test ones skills and knowledge in preparation for the exam. ExamForce's triple testing methodology is included with every practice exam complete with assessment reports, adaptive drills, and exam quality simulations.
CramMaster covers the following five official LPI objectives:
• The Power of the Command Line
• The Linux Operating System
• Security and File Permissions
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