CompTIA Linux+ LX0-103/104 or XK0-004? free training?



  • Hey there,

    I want to prepare for CompTIA Linux+ and when I visited the site, I found two course, is one of them is just updated content? I'm trying to choose the right one....

    https://certification.comptia.org/certifications/linux#examdetails

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    Now I'm focusing on Linux (especially on Ubuntu) since I had to manage few servers on Cloud. I worked on Linux (CentOS) long ago, but posses no certification, so I thought to brush up the skills by training, better to prepare in according to certification, so I can be ready to work , get certificate and display on CV as well.

    On other hand, I'm looking for free or cheaper training, in which whole course content matches the updated/latest Linux+ exam, so I can take the certification. I had a look on Cybrary.it but it doesn't seems to be covering all topics from certification syllabus.

    Appreciate your suggestions!





  • I'm out of date here, but it looks like the one on the right is the current version and the one on the left is the last generation. You definitely want the more recent one.



  • You can find some courses here in this link. [Redacted, because not an established account.]
    It will be helpful for you in CompTIA



  • @openit said in CompTIA Linux+ LX0-103/104 or XK0-004? free training?:

    On other hand, I'm looking for free or cheaper training, in which whole course content matches the updated/latest Linux+ exam, so I can take the certification. I had a look on Cybrary.it but it doesn't seems to be covering all topics from certification syllabus.

    I find Cybrary to be a complete waste of time. Their courses are outdated and quite frankly suck! Don't even bother. I recommend Udemy where courses are around $10-20. They are rated by many people and you can get a good idea about the course through reviews before buying.

    We are IT professionals here, and dont have time to try to save $10 and waste hours of time looking at useless material like cybrary or incomplete and incorrect data that can be on youtube and other untested sources.

    Subscription based training is also bad IMO since there is no incentive to make each course be the best in it's category. No competition on a platform like Udemy.


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