Linux Filesystems and Devices

By Matthew Pearson

Get ready for the LPIC-2 201-450 exam by learning Linux filesystems, their utilities, and how to use them in conjunction with devices.

2 hours
  • 23 Lessons
  • 5 Hands-On Labs

About the course

Welcome to this course of Linux Filesystems and Devices! This course is designed to cover the various Linux filesystems, their utilities, and how to use them in conjunction with devices. The first section covers how to gain information about filesystems, mounting filesystems, and creating swap space on a Linux host. Afterward, the course moves into the various types of filesystems, what they provide, and the tools used to interact with them. This course’s final portion covers the automatic mounting of filesystems, the filesystems used for CD-ROMs, and other removable media and data encryption using LUKS.

This is a stand-alone course and a learning path to prepare you for the LPIC-2 201-450 exam.

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