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The LPI 010-160, also known as Linux Essentials Certificate, is a vendor-neutral certification designed to validate the foundational knowledge of Linux operating systems and open-source software. This certification is ideal for individuals who are new to Linux or want to enhance their knowledge in this area.
The Linux Essentials certificate is an entry-level certification that serves as a prerequisite for higher-level certifications offered by the Linux Professional Institute (LPI). It is a great starting point for students, professionals, and anyone interested in pursuing a career in Linux administration or open-source software development.
The LPI 010-160 Linux Essentials exam is a computer-based exam that consists of 40 multiple-choice questions. The exam is designed to be completed within 60 minutes, and candidates must achieve a score of 500 out of 800 to pass.
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Who this course is for:
- Who are looking to start a career in Linux administration or open-source software development
- Who are already working in IT but want to enhance their knowledge of Linux and open-source software.
- Who are interested in pursuing higher-level certifications offered by the Linux Professional Institute (LPI), such as the LPIC-1 and LPIC-2