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1.- El Kernel de Linux
     1.1 Componentes del Kernel
     1.2 Compilando el Kernel
     1.3 Patching del Kernel
     1.4 Personalización del kernel

2.- Inicialización del Sistema [Fet]
     2.1 Personalización del inicio del sistema y de los procesos de arranque [Fet]
     2.2 Recuperación del sistema

3.- Sistema de ficheros
     3.1 Funcionamiento del sistema de ficheros Linux [Fet]
     3.2 Mantenimiento del sistema de Ficheros [Fet]
     3.3 Creando y configurando las opciones del sistema de ficheros [Fet]

4.- Hardware
     4.1 Configuración de RAID ----> Mostrat LVM2 en el seu lloc
     4.2 Agregar nuevo hardware   ----> Mostrat amb LVM2
     4.3 Configuración de software y del kernel.
     4.4 Configuración de dispositivos PCMCIA --> No practicable

5.- Ficheros y servicios compartidos
     5.1 Configuración de un servidor Samba
     5.2 Configuración de un servidor NFS    [Fet]

6.- Mantenimiento del sistema
     6.1 Registro del sistema
     6.2 Paquetes de software   [cal fer una sessió intensiva de dpkg i build]
     6.3 Operaciones de Backup    [Fet]

7.- Requisitos y automatización del sistema
     7.1 Automatizando tareas mediante scripts         [Fet]

8.- Resolución de problemas
     8.1 Creación de discos de recuperación
     8.2 Identificación de fases de arranque
     8.3 Solución de problemas del LILO
     8.4 Solución de problemas generales
     8.5 Solución de problemas del sistema de recursos
     8.6 Solución de problemas de configuración del entorno


MOD2. LPI 202-Linux General Parte 2

1.- Configuración de Red  [Fet]
     1.1 Configuración básica de redes             [Fet]
     1.2 Configuración avanzada y resolucion de problemas de red [Fet]

2.- Mail & News
     2.1 Configuración de las lista de correo
     2.2 Uso de Sendmail
     2.3 Controlando el trafico de correo
     2.4 Servicio de news

3.- DNS         [Fet]
     3.1 Configuración básica de BIND 8  [Fet]
     3.2 Creación y mantenimiento de zonas DNS  [Fet]
     3.3 Seguridad en un servidor DNS   [Fet]

4.- Servicios Web       [Fet]
     4.1 Configuración de un servidor web  [Fet]
     4.2 Mantenimiento de un servidor web  [Fet]
     4.3 Configuracion de un servidor proxy  [Fet]

5.- Administración de Clientes de Red 
     5.1 Configuración DHCP
     5.2 Configuración NIS
     5.3 Configuración LDAP
     5.4 Configuración PAM

6.- Seguridad del Sistema
     6.1 Configuración de un router
     6.2 Servidores FTP seguros
     6.3 Secure shell (OpenSSH)
     6.4 TCP_wrappers
     6.5 Tareas de seguridad

7.- Solucion de problemas de red
     7.1 Solucion de problemas de red



Objectives: Exam 201

Topic 201: Linux Kernel

201.1 Kernel Components

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Candidates should be able to utilise kernel components that are necessary to specific hardware, hardware drivers, system resources and requirements. This objective includes implementing different types of kernel images, identifying stable and development kernels and patches, as well as using kernel modules.

Key Knowledge Areas

The following is a partial list of the used files, terms and utilities:

201.2 Compiling a kernel

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2

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Candidates should be able to properly configure a kernel to include or disable specific features of the Linux kernel as necessary. This objective includes compiling and recompiling the Linux kernel as needed, updating and noting changes in a new kernel, creating an initrd image and installing new kernels.

Key Knowledge Areas

The following is a partial list of the used files, terms and utilities:

201.3 Patching a kernel

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1

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Candidates should be able to properly patch a kernel to add support for new hardware. This objective also includes being able to properly remove kernel patches from already patched kernels.

Key Knowledge Areas

The following is a partial list of the used files, terms and utilities:

201.4 Customise, build and install a custom kernel and kernel modules

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2

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Candidates should be able to customise, build and install a 2.6 kernel for specific system requirements, by patching, compiling and editing configuration files as required. This objective includes being able to assess requirements for a kernel compile as well as build and configure kernel modules.

Key Knowledge Areas

The following is a partial list of the used files, terms and utilities:

201.5 Manage/Query kernel and kernel modules at runtime

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3

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Candidates should be able to manage and/or query a 2.6.x kernel and its loadable modules.

Key Knowledge Areas

The following is a partial list of the used files, terms and utilities:

Topic 202: System Startup

202.1 Customising system startup and boot processes

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4

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Candidates should be able to query and modify the behaviour of system services at various run levels. A thorough understanding of the init structure and boot process is required. This objective includes interacting with runlevels.

Key Knowledge Areas

The following is a partial list of the used files, terms and utilities:

202.2 System recovery

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4

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Candidates should be able to properly manipulate a Linux system during both the boot process and during recovery mode. This objective includes using both the init utility and init-related kernel options.

Key Knowledge Areas

The following is a partial list of the used files, terms and utilities:

Topic 203: Filesystem and Devices

203.1 Operating the Linux filesystem

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4

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Candidates should be able to properly configure and navigate the standard Linux filesystem. This objective includes configuring and mounting various filesystem types.

Key Knowledge Areas

The following is a partial list of the used files, terms and utilities:

203.2 Maintaining a Linux filesystem

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3

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Candidates should be able to properly maintain a Linux filesystem using system utilities. This objective includes manipulating standard filesystems.

Key Knowledge Areas

The following is a partial list of the used files, terms and utilities:

203.3 Creating and configuring filesystem options

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2

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Candidates should be able to configure automount filesystems using AutoFS?. This objective includes configuring automount for network and device filesystems. Also included is creating filesystems for devices such as CD-ROMs.

Key Knowledge Areas

The following is a partial list of the used files, terms and utilities:

203.4 udev Device Management

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1

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Candidates should understand device detection and management using udev. This objective includes troubleshooting udev rules.

Key Knowledge Areas

The following is a partial list of the used files, terms and utilities:

Topic 204: Advanced Storage Device Administration

204.1 Configuring RAID

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2

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Candidates should be able to configure and implement software RAID. This objective includes using and configuring RAID 0, 1 and 5.

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The following is a partial list of the used files, terms and utilities:

204.2 Adjusting Storage Device Access

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1

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Candidates should be able to configure kernel options to support various drives. This objective includes software tools to view & modify hard disk settings.

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The following is a partial list of the used files, terms and utilities:

204.3 Logical Volume Manager

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3

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Candidates should be able to create and remove logical volumes, volume groups, and physical volumes. This objective includes snapshots and resizing logical volumes.

Key Knowledge Areas

The following is a partial list of the used files, terms and utilities:

Topic 205: Networking Configuration

205.1 Basic networking configuration

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3

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Candidates should be able to configure a network device to be able to connect to a local, wired or wireless, and a wide-area network. This objective includes being able to communicate between various subnets within a single network.

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The following is a partial list of the used files, terms and utilities:

205.2 Advanced Network Configuration and Troubleshooting

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4

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Candidates should be able to configure a network device to implement various network authentication schemes. This objective includes configuring a multi-homed network device, configuring a VPN client and resolving communication problems.

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The following is a partial list of the used files, terms and utilities:

205.3 Troubleshooting network issues

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5

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Candidates should be able to identify and correct common network setup issues, to include knowledge of locations for basic configuration files and commands.

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The following is a partial list of the used files, terms and utilities:

205.4 Notify users on system-related issues

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| Description | Candidates should be able to notify the users about current issues related to the system.

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The following is a partial list of the used files, terms and utilities:

Topic 206:System Maintenance

206.1 Make and install programs from source

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4

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Candidates should be able to build and install an executable program from source. This objective includes being able to unpack a file of sources.

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The following is a partial list of the used files, terms and utilities:

206.2 Backup operations

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3

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Candidates should be able to use system tools to back up important system data.

Key Knowledge Areas

The following is a partial list of the used files, terms and utilities:

Topic 207: Domain Name Server

207.1 Basic DNS server configuration

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2

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Candidates should be able to configure BIND to function as a caching-only DNS server. This objective includes the ability to convert older BIND configuration files to newer format, managing a running server and configuring logging.

Key Knowledge Areas

The following is a partial list of the used files, terms and utilities:

207.2 Create and maintain DNS zones

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2

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Candidates should be able to create a zone file for a forward or reverse zone or root level server. This objective includes setting appropriate values for records, adding hosts in zones and adding zones to the DNS. A candidate should also be able to delegate zones to another DNS server.

Key Knowledge Areas

The following is a partial list of the used files, terms and utilities:

207.3 Securing a DNS server

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2

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Candidates should be able to configure a DNS server to run as a non-root user and run in a chroot jail. This objective includes secure exchange of data between DNS servers.

Key Knowledge Areas

The following is a partial list of the used files, terms and utilities:

 

Objectives: Exam 202

Topic 208 Web Services

208.1 Implementing a web server

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3

Description

Candidates should be able to install and configure a web server. This objective includes monitoring the server's load and performance, restricting client user access, configuring support for scripting languages as modules and setting up client user authentication. Also included is configuring server options to restrict usage of resources.

Key Knowledge Areas

The following is a partial list of the used files, terms and utilities:

208.2 Maintaining a web server

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2

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Candidates should be able to configure a web server to use virtual hosts, Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) and customise file access.

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The following is a partial list of the used files, terms and utilities:

208.3 Implementing a proxy server

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1

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Candidates should be able to install and configure a proxy server, including access policies, authentication and resource usage.

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The following is a partial list of the used files, terms and utilities:

Topic 209: File Sharing

209.1 SAMBA Server Configuration

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4

| Description | Candidates should be able to set up a SAMBA server for various clients. This objective includes setting up Samba for login clients and setting up the workgroup in which a server participates and defining shared directories and printers. Also covered is a configuring a Linux client to use a Samba server. Troubleshooting installations is also tested.

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209.2 NFS Server Configuration

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4

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Candidates should be able to export filesystems using NFS. This objective includes access restrictions, mounting an NFS filesystem on a client and securing NFS.

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The following is a partial list of the used files, terms and utilities:

Topic 210 Network Client Management

210.1 DHCP configuration

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2

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Candidates should be able to configure a DHCP server. This objective includes setting default and per client options, adding static hosts and BOOTP hosts. Also included is configuring a DHCP relay agent and maintaining the DHCP server.

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The following is a partial list of the used files, terms and utilities:

210.2 PAM authentication

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3

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The candidate should be able to configure PAM to support authentication using various available methods.

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210.3 LDAP client usage

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2

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Candidates should be able to perform queries and updates to an LDAP server. Also included is importing and adding items, as well as adding and managing users.

Key Knowledge Areas

The following is a partial list of the used files, terms and utilities:

Topic 211: E-Mail Services

211.1 Using e-mail servers

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3

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Candidates should be able to manage an e-mail server, including the configuration of e-mail aliases, e-mail quotas and virtual e-mail domains. This objective includes configuring internal e-mail relays and monitoring e-mail servers.

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The following is a partial list of the used files, terms and utilities:

211.2 Managing Local E-Mail Delivery

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2

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Candidates should be able to implement client e-mail management software to filter, sort and monitor incoming user e-mail.

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211.3 Managing Remote E-Mail Delivery

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2

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Candidates should be able to install and configure POP and IMAP daemons.

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The following is a partial list of the used files, terms and utilities:

Topic 212: System Security

212.1 Configuring a router

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3

Description

Candidates should be able to configure a system to perform network address translation (NAT, IP masquerading) and state its significance in protecting a network. This objective includes configuring port redirection, managing filter rules and averting attacks.

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The following is a partial list of the used files, terms and utilities:

212.2 Securing FTP servers

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2

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Candidates should be able to configure an FTP server for anonymous downloads and uploads. This objective includes precautions to be taken if anonymous uploads are permitted and configuring user access.

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The following is a partial list of the used files, terms and utilities:

212.3 Secure shell (SSH)

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4

Description

Candidates should be able to configure and secure an SSH daemon. This objective includes managing keys and configuring SSH for users. Candidates should also be able to forward an application protocol over SSH and manage the SSH login.

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The following is a partial list of the used files, terms and utilities:

212.4 TCP Wrapper

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1

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Candidates should be able to configure TCP Wrapper to allow connections to specified servers only from certain hosts or subnets.

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212.5 Security tasks

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3

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Candidates should be able to receive security alerts from various sources, install, configure and run intrusion detection systems and apply security patches and bugfixes.

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The following is a partial list of the used files, terms and utilities:

Topic 213: Troubleshooting

213.1 Identifying boot stages and troubleshooting bootloaders

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4

Description

Candidates should be able to determine the cause of errors in loading and usage of bootloaders. GRUB and LILO are the bootloaders of interest.

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The following is a partial list of the used files, terms and utilities:

213.2 General troubleshooting

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5

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Candidates should be able to identify and correct common boot and run time issues.

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213.3 Troubleshooting system resources

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5

Description

Candidates should be able to identify, diagnose and repair local system issues when using software from the command line.

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213.4 Troubleshooting environment configurations

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5

Description

Candidates should be able to identify common local system and user environment configuration issues and common repair techniques.

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The following is a partial list of the used files, terms and utilities: