Linux Professional Institute (LPI) Exam Preparation (Ian Shields, et al)

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Linux Professional Institute (LPI) Exam Preparation (Ian Shields, et al)

This is a collection of articles and tutorials for self-study that will help you understand the basics of Linux and get ready for system administrator certification.

The LPIC-1 Exam, LPIC-2 Exam, and LPIC-3 Exam are all covered.

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