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I am in big confusion. i,e whether to join in the RHCE certification course or into the LPI.
can any one suggest me which one is the best one for my future career. i am B.tech graduate(CSE-2008 passout).. a fresher
Distribution: Caldera, CTOS, Debian, FreeBSD, Mac OS X, Mandrake, Minix, OpenBSD, Slackware, SuSE
The best one may depend on what the prospective employer wants. For the most part, certs usually get you to the interview phase, but most employers rely on the job applicant's experience. RHCE is more Red Hat centric as opposed to the LPI which is supposed to be distro neutral. An alternative cert you may not have concidered is CompTIA Linux+.