CompTIA LX0-103: Linux+
Kaplan
Practice Test

Time
3 hours
Difficulty
Intermediate

The Kaplan practice exam CompTIA LXO-103 Linux+ practice test challenges the student to demonstrate an understanding of Linux system administration concepts. This includes four domains: System Architecture, Linux Installation and Package Management, GNU and Unix Commands, and Devices, Linux Filesystems, and Filesystem Hierarchy Standards. NOTE: Thi...

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Overview

This practice test is appropriate for beginning students. This practice test allows you to evaluate your ability to apply Linux administration in a variety of situations. You will be able to create custom quizzes, test your knowledge with flashcards, and create a study schedule. Working on the practice test is a great way of improving your knowledge of fundamental Linux administration concepts. The practice test is part of the Network Engineer career path and will cover a large number of objectives related to NICCS Work Roles. A few of the specific knowledge areas tested include system administration concepts for operating systems (important for Cyber Defense Forensics Analysts, Cyber Operators, Exploitation Analysts, Technical Support Specialist, and Vulnerability Assessment Analyst work roles) and concepts for operation systems (Exploitation Analyst work role).

Quick Info

  • Skill level: Beginner
  • Work Roles: Cyber Defense Forensics Analysts, Cyber Operators, Exploitation Analysts, Technical Support Specialist, Vulnerability Assessment Analyst